Month: February 2010

Southeast stakeholders respond to Murkowski speech

Senator Lisa Murkowski delivered a wide-ranging speech on the major issues facing the state, in her annual address to the legislature in Juneau last week.
Although the bulk of her remarks covered Alaska’s role in the United States’ evolving energy strategy, she did touch on tourism, fishing, and the timber industry. KCAWs Robert woolsey sought out reaction from stakeholders:

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Sealaska survey: Opinions mixed on lands selection

Sealaska says a survey it conducted shows more than half of Southeast Alaskans support a lands-selection bill it’s trying to push through Congress.

The poll shows support increasing when residents learn more about the legislation. But opponents say they’ve found out enough to know it’s a bad idea. CoastAlaska’s Ed Schoenfeld reports. Click on this story's title to view the survey results.

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McMillen: Moving "classical" music forward

"Is some bad music being written?" asks pianist Blair McMillen with a laugh, "Well, not everything is a home run." McMillen plays a selection of traditional and contemporary classical music for solo piano Saturday (2-20-10) 7 PM in the Sitka Performing Arts Center. He joins Alaska Arts Southeast director Roger Schmidt and KCAWs Robert Woolsey for the Morning Edition interview.

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Parents offer budget concerns to school board

The Sitka School District is getting ready to set its 2011 budget, and it’s facing a financial shortfall. As board members consider possible cuts to programs, parents are fighting to continue a program they feel is threatened.

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