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This week’s “Left Hanging” is a bit of a mystery.  Host Ms.G has given us this teaser:  “Is it a “life lesson” or just a really good mystery? You be the judge. Regardless enjoy!”.  Curiousity peaked?  Be sure to tune in Tuesday night at 7pm.

Have A Bear Story?

Do you have a bear story? Whether it got in your garbage or up close and personal, bear stories are usually dramatic, sometimes poignant, and can often times make great radio. In that regard, KTOO is collecting stories about our wild neighbors for an upcoming radio program. If you have a bear story you’d like…

Peace Talk

The next Focus On Community, August 15th, will be hosted by Juneau’s Veterans For Peace. Their program, titled “Peace Talk”, will examine the results of the VFP national convention, convening in Portland August 6-7, 2011. The most controversial issue at the convention is a proposed resolution calling for the impeachment of President Obama for his…

New Websites

On Aug. 6th we launched a family of new websites. Find local news at www.ktoo.org, and if you spot a problem or have a question, use our contact form to let us know. KRNN’s new site is at www.krnn.org features the music you’ll hear and the people you’ll meet on Juneau’s homemade radio station. And…

New Show

The first episode will broadcast in early September. i·den·ti·ty: the state of having unique identifying characteristics held by no other person or thing “A State can be discussed in terms of the many roles it plays in national, regional, and local government and in terms of its history, geography, and demographics. Each State has a unique…

Left Hanging – July 26, 2011

This edition of Left Hanging  is centered around “She-roes”. Host Ms G based the show around this quote by Dr. Maya Angelou, “How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our she-roes!”.  The episode features short stories and poems that promote the awesome roles of the women in our lives; Grandmothers, Mothers, Aunts, Sistahs, etc.

New Websites

On Aug. 6th we launched a family of new websites.  Find local news at www.ktoo.org, and if you spot a problem or have a question, use our contact form to let us know.  KRNN’s new site is at www.krnn.org features the music you’ll hear and the people you’ll meet on Juneau’s homemade radio station.  And…

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