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By my own necessity, I have become resourceful, adaptable and a creative problem-solver.
Well, it’s over. Sure, some Spit businesses will hang in there through September, if not longer. Fishermen will continue to head out for good eatin’… Continue reading
This sweet darling is 12 years old and needs a new home. Pumpkin is in good health and likes other cats. He qualifies for the… Continue reading
In some parts of the country, workers celebrate Monday as Labor Day. Here at Latitude 59 degrees and some change, where many of us work… Continue reading
Information about fire, police and troopers is taken from public records consisting of logbooks and press releases. Homer Volunteer Fire Department Aug. 23-30 Firefighters and… Continue reading
I had the joyous opportunity to go berry picking this weekend with some new friends who just moved to town. It is always invigorating to… Continue reading
Two large group shows opening this Friday offer chances to see the breadth and depth of Alaska art. At the Homer Council on the Arts,… Continue reading
Pride and Prejudice opens Pier One Theatre’s production of Pride and Prejudice opens this weekend. Adapted from the Jane Austen novel by Kate Hamill, it… Continue reading
Foundation’s largest donation was to the Homer Public Library.
September got here in a hurry. There is much to do, and I made a stab at some of it this past week. The perennial… Continue reading
Information about fire, police and troopers is taken from public records consisting of logbooks and press releases. Homer Volunteer Fire Department Aug. 17-23 Firefighters and… Continue reading
The acidity and sweetness of the berries make them an excellent companion for creamy cheeses and fatty meats.
I tend to walk around the Homer Farmers Market in a daze like a child surrounded by shiny objects. It just so happens that I… Continue reading
Fourth book by Homer author Dorothy S. Cline considers hard truth about nature.