From a member of the legislative staff – to Governor Wally Hickel’s Chief of Staff – to Governor Frank Murkowski’s Fish and Hunting Commissioner, McKie Campbell has worn many political hats over the years.
But this Friday afternoon in Juneau, Campbell will be wearing his most recent – an outdoor adventure novelist, with a bit of romance for good measure. Campbell’s latest book, North Coast, is set in Juneau. Read the first chapter: North Coast
Also today :
- Mary McEwan, the August Featured Artist at the Juneau Artists Gallery.
- The Golden North Salmon Derby celebrates its 75th anniversary.
- The birds of the week from the Juneau Audubon Society.
Listen to the entire show:
Part 1 & 2. Mckie campbell talks about writing adventure novels based on Juneau and weighs in on national politics, Senator Lisa Murkowski and the energy future of Alaska.
Part 3. Mary McEwan sees art as a process of exploration.
Part 4. Golden North Salmon Derby turns 75e birthday. Ron Somerville and Shawn Hooton, members of the Territorial Sportsmen, talk about the history of this event and how, since its inception, has provided $ 1.9 million in scholarships.
Part 5. Brenda Wright from Juneau Audubon Society highlights three birds in its weekly birdwatching: rock pigeons, European starlings and fox sparrows.
Join Rhonda McBride for the Friday afternoon of Juneau, which airs at 3:00 p.m. on KTOO Juneau 104.3, online at ktoo.org, and repeated at 4:00 p.m. on KRNN 102.7.