• Dunleavy: Special session this year increasingly less likely

    Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy speaks at a news conference at his Anchorage office on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019. (Photo by Nat Herz/Alaska Public Media)
    It appears increasingly less likely a special session of the Alaska Legislature will be held yet this year to address the check paid to residents from the state’s oil-wealth fund, Gov. Mike Dunleavy said.
    In August, Dunleavy accepted the dividend passed by lawmakers, which amounted to $1,606, but said he viewed it as partial payment and anticipate
  • Tazlina brought back into service to provide more Southeast Alaska ferry sailings

    The MV Tazlina ties up in Haines during its maiden voyage on May 7, 2019. (Photo by Jacob Resneck/CoastAlaska)
    The Alaska Marine Highway System restored ferry service Friday to some of the communities that had service slashed earlier this month. The ferry Tazlina will be brought back online to make up for previously canceled sailings.
    Earlier this month, AMHS pulled two ferries, the Aurora and the LeConte, out of service. Both ships need extensive repairs. This severely reduced winter ferry trip
  • Indigenous rights activist Emil Notti speaks on Tuesday

    On Monday’s show, indigenous rights activist Emil Notti will preview his Tuesday talk titled “The Alaska Federation of Natives and the Inclusion of Sealaska in the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971.” We’ll check in with Trail Mix about recent projects, and preview their annual dinner and auction. And the State Museum will highlight their public market.That’s Juneau Afternoon on Monday at 3 p.m. on KTOO 104.3 FM or KTOO.org, and repeated at 4 p.m. on KRNN 1
  • Tangeman resigns, saying revenue commissioner should be ‘100% aligned’ with Dunleavy

    Revenue Commissioner Bruce Tangeman answers questions from the press about the governor’s 10-year budget plan in March. Tangeman submitted his resignation on Friday. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)
    Bruce Tangeman will resign as commissioner of the Alaska Department of Revenue. 
    In an opinion article published on the Anchorage Daily News website on Friday, Tangeman wrote that he wanted Gov. Mike Dunleavy “to have someone who is 100% aligned with his vision.”
    He also wrote th
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  • NTSB: Pilot inexperience and unfavorable winds factors in fatal PenAir crash in Unalaska

    A preliminary National Transportation Safety Board investigation into a fatal PenAir crash in Dutch Harbor on Oct. 17, 2019, includes this photo of damage to the left side of the plane. One propeller blade was found inside the plane, and another was found hanging from cabin insulation. (Photo courtesy National Transportation Safety Board)
    The PenAir flight that crashed at the Dutch Harbor airport last month, killing a passenger, landed amid unfavorable, shifting winds, according to an initial fe
  • Saddled with problems, new F-35 fighter jets can’t get enough spare parts

    A USMC F-35B at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson as part of Northern Edge exercises in 2019 (Photo: Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)
    A new government report is flagging more problems with the new generation of fighter jets scheduled to come to Alaska in the next few years. Plagued by cost overruns, technical problems and a lack of accountability, it’s the latest review to find fault with both the product and process behind the F-35 program.
    It’s already the Dep
  • Could tiny nuclear reactors power Alaska villages?

    Assistant Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette visited the Cook Inlet Tribal Council’s workshop in Anchorage in August 2019. (Photo by Liz Ruskin/Alaska Public Media)
    President Trump’s nominee to be the next U.S Secretary of Energy said he would continue the quest to develop mini nuclear reactors that could one day power communities in rural Alaska.
    “We want to get to a place where we can develop small micro-reactors, one to five megawatts,” said Dan Brouillette during his co
  • Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta to get new domestic violence shelter in Hooper Bay

    This slough is the access point to the ocean for many people of Hooper Bay. (Creative Commons photo by Travis)
    The community of Hooper Bay has never had a domestic violence shelter before, but that is expected to change in January 2020, when shelter staff said they hope to be operating a new 24/7 shelter to serve women and their children.
    Emma Smith, the victims’ services coordinator for the Hooper Bay Victims Services Project, grew up in Hooper Bay. She said the shelter will also ser
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  • Where does Juneau’s cruise ship head tax money go?

    Kirby Day, port operations manager for the Holland America Group, points out changes to the waterfront at the Franklin Dock in downtown Juneau on July 17, 2019. Also pictured: Former Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho. (Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KTOO)
    This story was adapted from an episode of KTOO’s podcast “Cruise Town,” which is out now. You can listen and subscribe to the podcast here.https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ktoo/2019/11/13CTMONEY-npr1.mp3
    In downtown Juneau’s
  • Newscast – Nov. 14, 2019

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    In this newscast:A judge sets arguments in a case challenging the state’s rejection of the Recall Dunleavy effort for January,
    a new FBI report shows Alaska bucking the national decline trend in violent crime and sexual assault statistics,
    20 years of city finance documents help show how Juneau has spent $170 million cruise ship head taxes,
    the Alaska Department of Transportation considers options after a private s
  • How would lifting the Roadless Rule change Tongass logging? Not much, both sides say

    Kake Tribal Council President Joel Jackson, second from left, prepares to testify to the U.S. House Subcommittee on Public Lands. Photo: Liz Ruskin
    The Trump Administration has proposed to exempt the Tongass National Forest from the Roadless Rule. That rule is despised by supporters of the Tongass logging industry. But at a U.S. House hearing Wednesday, people for and against the rule agreed that removing the roadless restrictions won’t make much difference for an industry that’s alr
  • Unalaska considers legal action against airlines involved in last month’s fatal plane crash

    The runway at Unalaska’s airport, photographed from Mount Ballyhoo in 2017. PenAir’s evening flight on Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019, went off the east end of the runway, to the left side of the photograph. (Photo by Berett Wilber/KUCB)
    The City of Unalaska may consider legal action against the airlines involved in last month’s fatal plane crash.
    City councilor Shari Coleman proposed the idea at a meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12. She said the community is suffering from financial “
  • Ernestine Saankalaxt’ Hayes presents “Juneau Indian Village: Pilings, Pavement, and Politics”

    Andy Kline hosts on Friday, November 15, 2019.
    On Friday’s show, Ernestine Hayes will preview her lecture at the Walter Soboleff Building titled “Juneau Indian Village: Pilings, Pavement, and Politics.” We’ll meet 16-year-old graphic novelist Claire Scott and talk about her new book “A Most Peculiar Alarm Clock.” And we’ll hear about an upcoming communication workshop where participants rehearse challenging situations.That’s Juneau Afternoon on Fri
  • Dillingham woman is a semifinalist to name celestial bodies after rivers in Bristol Bay

    This is a hypothetical visualization of the transiting exoplanet HD 17156 b. (Graphic courtesy Tyrogthekreeper at English Wikipedia)
    In the constellation Cassiopeia there’s an unnamed star orbited by a colossal gas giant the size of Jupiter. It’s called star HD 17156. At 255 light-years away, it’s something astronomers call an exoplanet: a planet that’s outside our solar system.
    Now, the International Astronomical Union is holding a competition to give the two a name 
  • Dillingham woman is a semi-finalist to name celestial bodies after rivers in Bristol Bay

    This is a hypothetical visualization of the transiting exoplanet HD 17156 b. (Graphic courtesy Tyrogthekreeper at English Wikipedia)
    In the constellation Cassiopeia there’s an unnamed star orbited by a colossal gas giant the size of Jupiter. It’s called star HD 17156. At 255 light-years away, it’s something astronomers call an exoplanet: a planet that’s outside our solar system.
    Now, the International Astronomical Union is holding a competition to give the two a name 
  • Sitka Tribe, National Park Service in talks over who will lead interpretation at historical park

    Sitka Tribe of Alaska, or STA, began co-managing interpretation at the Sitka National Historical Park last year. The national park is part of the ancestral lands of the Kiks.ádi and the site of the fort that impeded Russian forces for four days during the Battle of Sitka in 1804. (KCAW File Photo)
    There’s uncertainty over whether Sitka’s tribe will lead interpretation at Sitka National Historical Park next year. The National Park Service and Sitka Tribe of Alask
  • Governor recall effort on hold as judge sides with state of Alaska on timeline

    Assistant Attorney General Margaret Paton-Walsh argues in Superior Court on Thursday, as Judge Eric Aarseth (right) and attorneys for Stand Tall with Mike look on. (Casey Grove/Alaska Public Media photo)
    Superior Court proceedings over the state’s denial of an application to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy will follow a timeline proposed by state attorneys and not the recall’s supporters, who had proposed an expedited schedule.
    That’s after Superior Court Judge Eric Aarseth ruled in
  • Rains erase last of ‘severe drought’ in Southeast as conditions improve statewide

    This U.S. Drought Monitor map shows much of Southeast in “moderate drought.” For the first time since September of 2018, none of the state is in “severe drought.” (Courtesy U.S. Drought Monitor)
    Rains throughout October and November mean Southeast Alaska is finally out of  “severe drought” status for the first time since September of 2018, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
    However, places like Ketchikan, Wrangell and as far north as Juneau are s
  • With pixels and stagecraft, ‘Arctic Experience’ aims to inspire the next generation to fight Big Oil

    The Arctic Experience is designed to inspire the next generation to continue the environmentalist fight to block oil development in the Arctic Refuge. (Photo by Liz Ruskin / Alaska Public Media)
    A multimedia exhibit about the Arctic popped up in a trendy warehouse district of Washington, D.C. recently. It aims to wow, not just with beautiful video, but also scented fog and ethereal music. It’s designed to compel young people to care about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
    Outside a form
  • Dunleavy administration wants to join court case in defense of Hilcorp’s search for Cook Inlet oil

    Hilcorp’s Anna Platform in Upper Cook Inlet. (Photo courtesy Kirk Johnson/LightHawk)
    Alaska Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration is joining a legal battle against environmental organizations, in support of a company that’s searching for oil in Cook Inlet.
    In September, Cook Inletkeeper and the Center for Biological Diversity challenged federal regulators’ decision to allow oil company Hilcorp to incidentally harass whales and other marine mammals as it
  • Akhiok’s new power system opens the door to renewable energy, and reduces costs

    Akhiok Mayor Dan McCoy (left) talks with former Kodiak Island Borough Mayor Dan Rohrer inside the existing powerhouse in August, 2018. (Photo courtesy of Tyler Kornelis)
    The Kodiak village of Akhiok’s power grid supports 73 people: about 25 homes, a school, a clinic and the tribal and city offices. Like many remote villages in Alaska, it runs on a diesel generator and an aging power grid buried underground.
    “It’s failing,” said Akhiok mayor Dan McCoy. “The infrastru
  • Visiting photographer demonstrates palladium and platinum printing process

    Scott Burton hosts on Thursday, November 14, 2019.
    On Thursday’s show, we’ll meet photographer David Michael Kennedy and highlight his workshops on the palladium and platinum printing process at the State Museum.
    David Michael Kennedy’s “Road and Fence in Snow”
    palladium print, 2019. (Photo courtesy of the Alaska State Museum)
    Visiting and local organists will preview weekend concerts and workshops. Marine biologist Dr. Heidi Pearson will outline her Evening at Egan
  • Murdoch-funded group gives major boost to initiative to overhaul Alaska’s elections

    A voter leaves the booth as election workers at Northern Light United Church assist other voters during municipal elections on Oct. 1, 2019, in Juneau. (Photo by Rashah McChesney/KTOO)
    An organization funded by media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s daughter-in-law has donated more than $500,000 to a campaign to overhaul Alaska’s elections and make it easier to elect independent candidates.
    Unite America, a Colorado-based group that’s trying to reduce polarization and partisan gridlock,
  • State regulators reject new limits on organized events at breweries and distilleries

    Haines Brewing co-owner Paul Wheeler speaks to customers in the brewery’s tasting room. (Photo by Emily Files/KHNS)
    Brewers and distillers can continue to host parties, classes and events such as First Friday in their tasting rooms.
    On Tuesday, Alaska’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board rejected a regulation change that would have prohibited the use of breweries and distilleries as venues for organized events.https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ktoo/2019/11/12EventsBanPKG.mp3
    The Alcoh
  • In Anaktuvuk Pass, a gardener brings new life to ancient foods with Arctic agriculture

    Nasuġraq Rainy Hopson stands in her high tunnel in Anaktuvuk Pass, August, 2019. (Joey Mendolia/Alaska Public Media)
    In her small backyard in Anaktuvuk Pass, Nasuġraq Rainey Hopson opens the hatch to a wooden box.
    Inside, a flurry of teenage chicks look up in surprise. “They’re like little dinosaurs,” Hopson said with a smile.
    Hopson eats the eggs and meat and uses the chicken poop as fertilizer for her garden. She said growing food locally just makes sense in a place
  • Elected officials, economic groups push to deploy Tazlina amid ferry service reductions

    Alaska Marine Highway ferry LeConte docked in Skagway in 2009. (Public domain photo by JWebber)
    Several communities in Southeast Alaska lost ferry service this winter when the Alaska Marine Highway System docked the M/V Leconte for expensive repairs.
    Some elected officials and advocacy groups in Southeast are pushing the state to deploy the M/V Tazlina to make up for the reduced sailings.https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ktoo/2019/11/11LeconteReplacement.mp3
    The Leconte and the Aurora were sche
  • Dunleavy statement on school funding draws attention from education advocates

    Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy speaks at a press conference outside Wasilla Middle School in Wasilla on June 14. Dunleavy said Friday that he views education as the cornerstone to any society, leaving some education advocates hopeful that he’ll have a different approach to schools in the next budget. (Photo by Wesley Early/Alaska Public Media)
    Statements Gov. Mike Dunleavy made on Friday have some education advocates hopeful his next budget will reflect a different approach to public school fun
  • Watch: US House hearings on Trump impeachment inquiry

    
    The U.S. House of Representatives held open hearings Wednesday in its impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
    To catch up on the latest NPR coverage of the House impeachment inquiry, visit npr.org.
  • Watch live: US House hearings on Trump impeachment inquiry

    
    Catch up on the latest impeachment inquiry coverage from NPR.
    The U.S. House of Representatives is holding open hearings in its impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Live coverage is scheduled to begin at 6 a.m. Alaska Standard Time.
    Here are some other ways to watch or listen to impeachment coverage:
    Listen
    Stream NPR coverage or tune into KTOO-FM. (Where to tune)
    Watch
    Stream on 360north.org or tune into 360 North. (Where to watch)
  • Cruise Town, Ep. 2: The Whale and the Head Tax

    Herman Savikko of Douglas takes a photo of his sister Michele Savikko Bilyeu and her husband Larry Bilyeu of Salem, Oregon, at Overstreet Park in Juneau on July 3, 2018. (Photo by Jeremy Hsieh/KTOO)
    Tahku is a life-size statue of a humpback whale breaching from a reflecting pool, complete with water works. It’s a fairly new addition to Juneau’s waterfront, but it’s already iconic.
    The statue is about a mile walk from the closest cruise ship dock — which is about a mile to
  • Newscast – Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019

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    In this newscast:An organization funded by the Murdoch family has donated more than $500,000 to the campaign to overhaul Alaska’s election laws,
    some Alaskans call for more financial transparency from Hilcorp as it seeks to buy BP’s North Slope assets,
    education advocates are hopeful Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s will change his approach in his next budget,
    UAS Chancellor Rick Caulfield announces his retirement,
  • Thursday is Walter Soboleff Day

    Sheli DeLaney hosts on Wednesday, November 13, 2019.
    In preparation for Walter Soboleff Day on Thursday, Walter Soboleff Jr. and Sasha Soboleff will tell us about their father.
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    We’ll meet actors from Thunder Mountain High School’s staging of “Choose Your Own Oz.”
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    The Juneau String Ensemble will preview this weekend’s fall concert.
  • Thursday is Dr. Walter Soboleff Day

    Sheli DeLaney hosts on Wednesday, November 13, 2019.
    In preparation for Dr. Walter Soboleff Day on Thursday, Walter Soboleff Jr. and Sasha Soboleff will tell us about their father.
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    EXTRA: Here is Walter Soboleff Jr. with the correct pronunciation of Soboleff:
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    We’ll meet actors from Thunder Mountain High School’s staging of “Choose Your Own Oz.”
  • Preparing for Walter Soboleff Day

    Sheli DeLaney hosts on Wednesday, November 13, 2019.In preparation for Walter Soboleff Day on Thursday, Walter Soboleff Jr. and Sasha Soboleff will tell us about their father. We’ll meet actors from Thunder Mountain High School’s staging of “Choose Your Own Oz.” The Juneau String Ensemble will preview this weekend’s fall concert. And we’ll hear about how to get equipped for the winter season with folks from the Ski Swap.
    That’s Juneau Afternoon on Wednes
  • Anchorage Republicans advance 3 nominees for open Alaska House seat

    Anchorage Republicans have sent the names of three finalists for an open state House seat to Gov. Mike Dunleavy for consideration.
    Jamie Donley, Melvin Gillis and Forrest McDonald are vying for the seat vacated by Republican Josh Revak. He was confirmed to the Senate seat that was held by Republican Chris Birch, who died in August.
    State law calls for legislative vacancies to be filled by someone from the same party as the person who previously held the seat.
    Traditionally, parties nominate cand
  • Palin says she learned of divorce plans from husband’s attorney

    Todd Palin and Sarah Palin at the 2010 Time 100 Gala. (Creative Commons photo by David Shankbone)
    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told a Christian broadcaster she learned her husband was seeking a divorce in an email from his attorney.
    The revelation came in an interview released Tuesday with James Dobson, founder of the Family Talk Christian ministry. He said the interview had been conducted previously.
    Palin said she received an email June 19 from the attorney, almost three months bef
  • Story, Hannan announce reelection bids for Alaska House

    Alaska state Reps. Sara Hannan, left, and Andi Story, both Democrats from Juneau, appear at a Native Issues Forum hosted by the Central Council of the Tlingit Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska in Juneau on Jan. 23, 2019. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)
    Juneau Reps. Andi Story and Sara Hannan say they plan to seek reelection to the Alaska House of Representatives next year.
    Both Democrats won their seats a year ago and are part of the bipartisan House Majority Coalition.
    Story was elected to represent
  • Story announces reelection bid for Alaska House seat

    Rep. Andi Story, D-Juneau, speaks at a rally on the Capitol steps, Feb. 13, 2019. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)
    Juneau Democrat Andi Story announced in a statement Monday she will seek reelection to the Alaska House of Representatives next year.
    Story was elected to represent House District 34 a year ago, replacing Democrat Justin Parish.
    Her district includes the Mendenhall Valley, Auke Bay and Out the Road. Story is a member of the bipartisan House Majority Coalition and co-chairs the House E
  • Newscast – Monday, Nov. 11, 2019

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    In this newscast:A Superior Court judge sides against the Dunleavy administration in an education funding lawsuit,
    Attorney General Kevin Clarkson’s high-profile cases raise eyebrows,
    the Coast Guard says its problems with VHF radio communication has no end in sight, and
    rocker Johnny Solinger decides he wants to auction off a star-studded guitar to help Alaska veterans.
  • Q&A: Rocker Johnny Solinger to auction off star-studded guitar for Alaska veterans

    Johnny Solinger poses with a guitar signed by Ted Nugent at the Pacific Yard House in Conroe, Texas. The guitar on the wall is one of eight he owns that he and other rock stars signed that he intends to auction off for charity, including one to help Alaska veterans. (Photo courtesy Johnny Solinger)https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ktoo/2019/11/11SOLINGER-NPR1.mp3
    Huna Totem Corp. brought a Las Vegas rock and roll show to Juneau last month, and Alaska left quite an impression on one of the
  • To reduce staff turnover, Wrangell hospital takes homegrown hiring approach

    Wrangell Medical Center. (Photo by KSTK)
    Wrangell’s hospital is funding professional training for local community members. The idea is to reduce staff turnover in the Southeast Alaska hospital by empowering — and ultimately hiring — people with roots in the community.
    For about a month now, Isabella Crowley has been working as a nursing assistant in Wrangell’s long-term and acute care units.
    “It’s a very rewarding job. I don’t look at it as a way to earn
  • Yup’ik Elders help revive the nearly-extinct tradition of crafting baby parkas

    An atasuaq, a traditional Yup’ik baby parka. (Photo by Krysti Shallenberger/KYUK)https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ktoo/2019/11/191028_bird_parka_final.mp3
    Sewing atasuaq, traditional baby parkas, was almost a lost skill.
    That is, until a Yup’ik Elder helped revive it. And the result? An atasuaq, sewed with bird skin, from the coastal village of Toksook Bay.
    The parka is roughly 2 feet long, just big enough to fit a 9-pound baby. The bird skin facing the outside feels like toughened
  • In Tlingit land-rights loss, a Native American rights attorney lays out injustice and hope for the future

    Walter Echo-Hawk talks to a man after giving a speech on the 1955 Tee-Hit-Ton Tlingit loss of a Supreme Court case on Nov. 7, 2019, in Juneau. (Photo by Rashah McChesney/Alaska’s Energy Desk)
    Walter Echo-Hawk is, essentially, a walking law library. It makes sense, given that he’s been practicing law since 1973.
    He rattles off cases from memory — from the WWII-era Korematsu case that was used to uphold internment of Americans of Japanese descent, to the Dred Scott decision from
  • Solutions sought to ease conflicts over Southeast Alaska’s rising sea otter populations

    About 100 people from all over the state and Canada attended a Southeast Sea Otter Stakeholder Meeting hosted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service held on Wednesday in Juneau, Alaska.
    The idea is to discuss impacts from a population of sea otters that has reached at least 25,000 strong in the region. (Photos by Rashah McChesney/KTOO)
    Efforts to ease conflicts over Southeast Alaska’s growing sea otter population are underway. Federal and state officials recently met with scientists, fisher
  • Newscast – Friday, Nov. 8, 2019

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    In this newscast:Political ads try to push U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski to vote against a judicial nominee who may be connected to the phone call at the heart of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump,
    Juneau’s seasonal cold weather shelter reopens this weekend,
    University of Alaska Southeast Chancellor Rick Caulfield announces his retirement next year,
    the Port of Alaska receives $25 million in federal gr
  • Juneau cold weather emergency shelter opens this weekend in new location

    The St. Vincent de Paul Society’s Juneau facility. (Photo courtesy of Jesse Perry)
    With winter approaching, Juneau’s seasonal cold weather emergency shelter reopens this weekend.
    The city demolished the downtown building where the shelter operated during the last two winters. The St. Vincent de Paul Society helped run the shelter in the past and has now taken over operation. The new shelter is in the charity’s Community Center near the Nugget Mall.
    General Manager Brad Perkins
  • Tuesday’s storytelling event is themed “Begin Again”

    Scott Burton hosts on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
    On Tuesday’s show, Mudrooms will preview Tuesday night’s storytelling event themed “Begin Again.” The J.D.H.S. Yaada.at Kalé hockey team will highlight upcoming games. And the high school swim and dive teams will highlight their annual Christmas tree sale fundraiser.That’s Juneau Afternoon on Tuesday at 3 p.m. on KTOO 104.3 FM or KTOO.org, and repeated at 4 p.m. on KRNN 102.7 FM or KRNN.org.
  • Remembering attorney, legislator, and political activist William Paul, Sr.

    Scott Burton hosts on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
    On Tuesday’s show, Dennis Demmert will preview his Wednesday talk at the Walter Soboleff Building about attorney, legislator, and political activist William Paul Sr.
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    Mudrooms will preview Tuesday night’s storytelling event themed “Begin Again.”https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ktoo/2019/11/jpm11-12-19_02.mp3
    The J.D.H.S. Yaada.at Kalé hockey team wil
  • Tlingit language special

    Tune in to Juneau Afternoon on Monday for a Tlingit language special.
    That’s Juneau Afternoon on Monday at 3 p.m. on KTOO 104.3 FM or KTOO.org, and repeated at 4 p.m. on KRNN 102.7 FM or KRNN.org.
    In honor of Veteran’s Day, please tune in Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. on KTOO 104.3 for the one hour special “Soldiers for Peace,” from APM Reports. Soldiers for Peace takes a deep look at why a significant number of Vietnam veterans felt compelled to oppose the war rather than
  • We looked at everyone we interviewed for 6 months and this is what we found

    KTOO strives to be inclusive and diverse in our coverage. Part of our newsroom’s mission is to “consciously seek out the voices, perspectives and stories not found in other news outlets.” In order to ensure that we’re doing our best to reflect the variety of lived experiences we know exist in our community, we are asking everyone we interview for a news story or on Juneau Afternoon their gender, their race or ethnicity and their date of birth. Answering these questions is

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