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Reynolds departs after 18 years at the clinic
Signs of hope include more in-person workshops, writers residencies.
Upcoming events include Bunnell Arts by Air, McNeil Canyon Elementary School virtual gallery and Homer Council on the Arts wellness exhibit.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management moved forward a proposed oil and gas lease sale in lower Cook Inlet last Friday when it announced the… Continue reading
Literary travel book had roots in newspaper series about rural Alaska.
I have written before about the virtues of big, rowdy dogs in developing an exercise plan. In my more than 40 years in Alaska, I… Continue reading
Policy analyst: DMV costs more to operate than it brings in
About 50 show up on Saturday to protest Jan. 6 riot and Trump’s involvement
State opens up vaccine opportunity early for Alaskans 65 and older
Johnson’s dot paintings start with central dot and expand out onto canvas.
State opens up vaccine opportunity early for Alaskans 65 and older.
In Christianity, the season of Advent heralds the coming of Christ at Christmas, but it also is a time to reflect upon the darkness of… Continue reading
In the spirit of the 1925 Nome Serum Run, Capt. Curtis Jackson helps deliver medical team, vaccine to remote Alaska village.
Cases dropped from 92 to 74 in 14-day average reports.
Located in the heart of Northern Enterprises Boatyard, Homer Marine is go-to place for boat repairs, building.
‘Petite Nutcracker’ dance will be filmed instead of performed live
Dunleavy joined lawsuit challenging election results in four states before it was rejected
Homer artist wants to spotlight marine animals that aren’t well known or well understood.
Homer Baycrest KOA wins President’s Award and KOA Founder’s Award for second year running.
Best Franchise Award was announced at virtual annual meeting.