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A Facebook video posted last week of dead or dying pink salmon in Tutka Bay shows what turns out to have been the result of… Continue reading
Some people know the story of how Salmonfest came to be; a lot don’t. Back in 2011, it debuted as Salmonstock. The main purpose for… Continue reading
KBBI Public Radio, AM 890, has hired Homer native Joshua “Josh” Krohn as its new General Manager, KBBI Board President Genie Hambrick announced in an… Continue reading
His office announced a brush with cancer today.
While many locals were up at Salmonfest, there were tons of people walking around the Homer Farmers Market this past Saturday who were only interested… Continue reading
ANCHORAGE — Alaska has extended a no-bid contract awarded to a relative of a major financial supporter of the governor, officials said. The one-year contract… Continue reading
Cook Inletkeeper volunteers work to eliminate waste at Salmonfest
Standing tall among the thousands of visitors at last weekend’s Salmonfest was a 29-foot long wooden vessel with a 9-foot beam, a 25-foot mast, and… Continue reading
Homer High School Registration dates: Thursday, Aug. 12 — new student registration from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. School start/end times: 9 a.m. to 3:45… Continue reading
Current Homer City Council members Shelly Erickson and Tom Stroozas have filed to run for two seats that are coming open this election cycle, along… Continue reading
Parents, staff and young students gathered last Thursday in front of the Homer Head Start to advocate for the school and urge people to support… Continue reading
Student representatives are offered a vote, however it is only an advisory vote.
A movement to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy started on Thursday with rallies around the state, including one held at WKFL Park in Homer. Co-sponsored by… Continue reading
House and Senate pass legislation on to Dunleavy’s desk.
Striker ready to trade picket line for regular work.
UA regents move to bring universities under one roof.
After contract negotiations hit a standstill, peninsula educators and staff voted May 22 to strike.
FAIRBANKS — A newlywed woman from Belarus who was swept away by a river in Alaska was trying to reach an abandoned bus made famous… Continue reading
Last Saturday at the Homer Farmers Market it was warm even though it was raining. You can dodge underneath the different tent covers to stay… Continue reading
ANCHORAGE — Alaska’s Head Start early childhood education program is preparing to close pre-K classrooms and cut jobs after budget vetoes, officials said. The program… Continue reading