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Homer man’s death announced as part of reporting backlog.
HCOA show invites people to submit own images of ancestors at central altar.
Tillion died Wedneday, Oct. 13, at Halibut Cove home.
Garay, a Homer raised nurse, came home to ride out COVID-19, wound up doing pandemic nursing.
Draft proposals carve out Fritz Creek, Fox River and put in Kodiak-Prince William Sound district.
Flu, COVID-19 booster clinic will be held Friday.
Homer senior honored at Alaska State Fair and then by First Lady.
Destination is unknown for jack-up rig.
No new southern Kenai Peninsula deaths reported.
Erickson, Aderhold win council; third race too close to call. Daugharty, Tupper win borough races.
Some galleries or venues won’t be holding First Friday receptions, while others, like Grace Ridge Brewing, are in the process of moving into their new… Continue reading
The latest reported deaths came in a large batch of 44 deaths reported on Sept. 24 and a group of 22 on Sept. 27.
South Peninsula Hospital has adequate reserves for medical oxygen despite increased demand.
Signal upgrades will be done once poles arrive.
In its exhibits, the Pratt Museum & Park has used artistic expression to explore scientific concepts like plankton, the tides or — in a current… Continue reading
On my mother’s side I come from a long line of New Englanders, the kind of people for whom fall leaf peeping can be something… Continue reading
Homer Documentary Film Festival returns with COVID-19 precautions and a solid line up of films.
Despite hospital crisis in Anchorage, Homer’s hospital not impacted, spokesperson tells Homer City Council.
The tragedy of Sept. 11 brought us together as a nation — and can bring us together again.
Alaska World Arts Festival starts Friday The Alaska World Arts Festival returns in a mixed live and virtual format starting Friday, Sept. 10 and running… Continue reading