20 years ago in the Homer News
Nonprofits got support in the draft Homer $11.3 million city budget. Proposed grants ranged from $1,500 to the Snomads, $25,000 to the Homer Chamber of Commerce and $108,300 to the Pratt Museum. Other nonprofits requesting grants were the Kachemak Ski Club, the Kachemak Nordic Ski Club, the Homer Council on the Arts, Bunnell Street Gallery, Homer Food Pantry and Homer Head Start.
— From the issue of Dec. 10, 1998
30 years ago in the Homer News
The city of Homer’s curfew law most likely is unconstitutional, city attorney Lee Sharp said. The ordinance failed to except some forms of consitutionally protected conduct. The law prohibited children under the age of 18 from being on the streets between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. on week nights and 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. on weekends. Sharp reviewed the law in response to a request by council member Don Ronda. Homer Police Chief Mike Daugherty said police enforce the law more in the winter and less in the summer, when young people might be going to work early for fishing.
— From the issue of Dec. 8, 1988
50 years ago in the Homer News
The Dec. 12, 1968, issue is missing from the Homer News archives.
— From the issue of Dec. 12, 1968