NOTN 5-23 AM

    News of the North

    Monday, May 23rd, 2022 - 17 minutes

    Reports include:

    Rachel Alford from Fairbanks, Alaska, the volunteer Admin lead for Alaska and Western Washington with Rubicon spoke with News of the North about classes they are hosting in Juneau this week and what Rubicon stands for.

    A study on a Second Crossing to Douglas is underway, and the project planner said they are at a point where they are conducting public outreach.

    The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are advising consumers to double-check their jars of Jif peanut butter.

    Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition Science Director Rebecca Bellmore gave a presentation to the Ketchikan City Council last week on the organization’s ongoing fecal bacteria monitoring project at Ketchikan’s beaches.

    It was the Last Chance Mining Museum's opening weekend and they are looking for volunteers.

    Tlingit and Haida held a community picnic for graduates of all ages on Saturday.

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