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Public health officials have advised a gentle method to persuade people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Answer their questions. Listen. Etc. To heck with that.… Continue reading
Stapel served 36 years in the U.S. Postal Service, including 33 in Anchor Point.
Letters home span the entire length of World War II from a Navy corpsman’s perspective.
Hueper claims police harrassed her in drunk driving stop.
Diamond Ridge hike offers wildflowers, views of Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet.
Southern Kenai Peninsula had 39 positive cases in the past 45 days, with 22 in the past two days.
Peony farm, art classes led Martin back to an interest in art.
Latest information now includes vaccination rate for “other south” region of Kenai Peninsula.
Stengel speared big halibut while free diving in Kachemak Bay.
‘Stand and stare’ a good motto for becoming a power camper.
Homer Council on the Arts, Pier One Theatre and Bunnell Street Arts Center offer live music and theater this month.
A six-person jury determined Anesha “Duffy” Murnane, then 38, died of a homicide.
State plans back-to-school vaccination push.
Ribbon cutting is today for new Spit Visitor Information Center.
Alaska, peninsula remain in low alert level.
Even with new adjustment, Homer area has almost a 61% single-dose vaccination rate.
Fourth of July weekend opens with First Friday exhibits.
New brewery site is on Smoky Bay Way.
Combined Juneteenth, Pride march held, while a second Pride march is this Sunday.
More benches donated by Rotary will go in this summer