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Homer area residents come together to celebrate life of volunteer Gary Thomas
Expeditions in Alaska will explore a glacier and the intertidal zone.
After much public testimony and discussion, the Homer City Council at its last meeting passed a second resolution concerning the Alaska Department of Fish and… Continue reading
An annual event held around the state to help those experiencing homelessness or near homelessness is making its debut on the lower Kenai Peninsula next… Continue reading
Homer High School Today — Kenai Peninsula Native Youth Leadership Meeting at 3 p.m. Basketball v. Cook Inlet Academy. Girls C Team at 4 p.m.,… Continue reading
Students from Fireweed Academy and Paul Bank Elementary School were treated to a visit from a cello and bass duo last week ahead of a… Continue reading
The Women’s March on Homer continues to draw large numbers of men, women and children to participate in its fourth year. Gathering on a chilly… Continue reading
They have to start early here.
First day drama.
Kodiak seiners were stunned by decisions from the Alaska Board of Fisheries in their meeting last week to restrict the west side of Shelikof Strait… Continue reading
Run by faith-based Mat-Su organization, services have been long time coming
It’s a temporary win for the campaign.
A Homer resident and former editor and publisher of the Homer News is dead after an explosion at a home outside of Homer on Tuesday… Continue reading
Local graduates Homer High School graduate Aziza Shemet Pitcher has been named to DePauw University’s Fall 2019 Dean’s List. The Dean’s List recognizes students who… Continue reading
In comparison to previous Homer town hall meetings last September and March where she drew heated questions, a meeting Saturday with Rep. Sarah Vance, R-Homer,… Continue reading
Following a long tradition of celebrating the outdoors and creativity, a select number of short films from the Telluride Mountainfilm festival are once again headed… Continue reading
As the search continues for missing Homer woman Anesha “Duffy” Murnane, 38, her family and friends have asked people to put up blue lights to… Continue reading
As of Saturday night, 101,266 had filed.
Industries gather at forum to discuss growth and opportunities