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The man who died when a skiff overturned on Kachemak Bay last Wednesday has been identified as an Chugiak resident. Homer Police confirmed that 23-year-old… Continue reading
Smart Start plan for KPBSD will be sent to Department of Education by the end of this month
Correction: This story and photo captions have been corrected to note that a classic car procession was not part of Matthew Mitchell’s unofficial Fourth of… Continue reading
Members of the Kenai Peninsula Borough assembly voted to override a mayoral veto at their Tuesday meeting. The veto would have negated an ordinance the… Continue reading
The central Kenai Peninsula saw growth in the number of new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, while the southern peninsula has stopped experiencing spikes in cases… Continue reading
Borough residents can apply for these grants July 13 through July 24.
In a time of uncertainty, it certainly is nice to know where the stability is. This spring, when farmers markets around the country were getting… Continue reading
Cotton candy, carnival rides and racing pigs will have to wait for another summer, according to the board of directors for the Kenai Peninsula Fair.… Continue reading
An increase last month in positive COVID-19 cases on the lower Kenai Peninsula prompted South Peninsula Hospital to revise and remodel its pandemic response plan.… Continue reading
With many large or indoor events canceled this year due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, Homer has still found a way to celebrate one… Continue reading
The Homer City Council voted last week to offer the job of city manager to their last candidate standing: Rob Dumouchel, a government employee from… Continue reading
Residents may now obtain permits for burn barrels as well as for small and large-scale brush fires.
One person is dead and another two were rescued Wednesday from the waters of Kachemak Bay by commercial fishermen and a surfer when their boat… Continue reading
Another Alaskan has died of COVID-19, Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced in a press conference on Tuesday. That makes the 17th COVID-19-related death since the start… Continue reading
The cases include 28 residents and two nonresidents.
Alaska has had 1,338 cases of the disease since the state began tracking the pandemic in March.
As Alaska saw one of its highest single-day increases in new positive cases of COVID-19, and as the state heads into the Fourth of July… Continue reading
Sign, sign, everywhere a sign.
Deceased was listed as Juneau resident, her niece says she never lived here.
July is upon us with all the regular harvest surprises. The Wednesday Markets have now been added to the weekly Saturday Markets down on Ocean… Continue reading