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Homer man charged with murder three years ago to face trial Tuesday

A Homer man charged with murder three years ago will have his… Continue reading

Former council member files election contest suit in superior court

A former Homer City Council member has filed a lawsuit in Alaska… Continue reading

Reward offered in search for missing Homer woman

Three weeks after she went missing on Oct. 17, Homer Police remain… Continue reading

Fair Share Campaign opens Homer office to collect signatures

A week after the Homer office of Alaska’s Fair Share campaign opened,… Continue reading

Dr. Alan Boraas leads a tour of Kalifornsky Village, a former Native settlement, in April 2014. Boraas was a professor of anthropology at Kenai Peninsula College, an honorary member of the Kenaitze Indian Tribe and the driving force behind the creation, maintenance and expansion of the Tsalteshi Ski Trails. (Photo courtesy of Jenny Neyman)
KPC professor Boraas dies at 72

Community celebrates the legacy of educator who was the driving force behind the Tsalteshi trails.

Man, dogs survive bear attack on Diamond Ridge

A local man is recovering after surviving a bear attack Monday afternoon… Continue reading

Meet the man behind one of Homer’s newest drive through coffee shacks

Ethan Smith wants to serve up good vibes along with a good buzz at The Coffeesmith

Homer Truffle Co. hosts Dia de los Muertos celebration

Homer’s traditional end-of-October celebrations in the form of trick or treating and… Continue reading

Homer Flex Phoenix award winner announced

This month’s Homer Flex Phoenix award has gone to sophomore Clavdia Kulikov,… Continue reading

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