Scott Burton hosts on Monday, January 14, 2018.
Folks from the Learning Disabilities Association of Alaska will teach us about Landmark College — a school for people who learn differently.
The Juneau branch of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and advocacy coordinator Teri Tibbett will preview a forum titled, “The Legislative Process & Advocating for Change.”
And the Alaska Committee will invite us to meet the new legislature.
That’s Juneau Afternoon on Monday: 3 p.m. on KTOO 104.3 FM, and repeated at 4 p.m. on KRNN 102.7 FM. Tune in to KTOO on Monday at 7 p.m. for Mind Over Matter with Dr. Elaine Schroeder.
- Roughly 70 Alaskans testified against Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s proposed budget cuts Friday night in Juneau. No one testified in favor of the range of budget cuts the governor proposed.
Governor’s team contrasts 10-year plan and alternatives, but House speaker says message is ill-timedThe plan looks at what the state would spend over the next 10 years if the Legislature adopts all of Dunleavy’s spending proposals -- and if lawmakers and Alaskans amend the state constitution to limit spending.
- "We’re certainly pleased with the settlement," the head of the cruise industry association said. "It’s really an opportunity for all of us in the cruise industry and the community of Juneau to move forward."
- Although the famous blue caverns from several years ago have disappeared, word of a new cave spread over social media this winter and brought crowds to the glacier. But while hiking to the cave is a remarkable experience, it also comes with some risk.