On this week’s Su Valley Voice, host Phillip Manning spoke with Laura Wright and Michael Connolly from the Walter Harper Talkeetna Ranger Station about the National Park Service’s centennial and local events to celebrate it. In the second half of the show, paleobotanist Cassie Knight joins the program to talk about recent dinosaur and ancient plant discoveries in Denali National Park and Preserve dating back 70 million years.
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This week on Su Valley Voice, host Phillip Manning spoke with David Eastman, one of the Republican candidates for the Alaska House of Representatives. They discussed various issues facing the state. Eastman and three other candidates are running in the Republican primary, which will be held on Tuesday, August 16th.
On Wednesday, KTNA’s Phillip Manning spoke with Representative Wes Keller, who represents District 10 in the Alaska House. Keller is running for re-election this year.
On Wednesday’s Su-Valley Voice, host Phillip Manning spoke with Mollie Boyer, Executive Director of the Valley Community for Recycling Solutions and Dawn Adams, coordinator for Denali National Park and Preserve’s Zero-Landfill Project. They discussed recycling in the Valley and the park.
This week on Su-Valley Voice, host Phillip Manning spoke with Norm McDonald, Fire Management Officer with the Alaska Division of Forestry, about the upcoming fire season, fire response, and fire prevention and preparedness.
This week on Su-Valley Voice, KTNA’s Phillip Manning spoke with Cici Schoenberger and Kirsten Strolle of the Sunshine Community Health Center about domestic violence awareness, prevention, and intervention.
To contact Sunshine Clinic Staff regarding an intimate partner or sexual violence concern, call 733-2273. Alaska Family Services also maintains a 24 hour line at 866-746-4080.
Attached is the complete recording of Su Valley Voice for September 30th with Mat-Su Borough mayoral candidates Larry DeVilbiss, Vern Halter, and Rosemary Vavrin.
Attached is the complete recording of Su Valley Voice with Mat-Su Borough Assembly Member and mayoral candidate Vern Halter.