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One new case of COVID-19 was announced Wednesday, bringing the state’s total number of confirmed cases to 412. The new case is in the Bethel… Continue reading
Connections home-school students celebrate graduation together, at a distance
Council approves ordinance clarifying powers to close city-owned spaces; search for city manager continues
The search for a new permanent city manager for Homer continues, with telephonic interviews scheduled for six candidates in early June. During the last Homer… Continue reading
Homer Flex School has announced the most recent winners of the Flex Phoenix Award. The award is given to the student who best represents the… Continue reading
Precautions and COVID-19 screening are in place
When Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced the third and fourth phases of his administration’s plan to reopen Alaska’s economy in the wake of the ongoing global… Continue reading
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Memorial Day observances in Homer took on a more somber tone. Though Anchorage and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson canceled… Continue reading
Restrictions placed on the economy and social movements due to the novel coronavirus pandemic has changed and interrupted a lot of things, but it couldn’t… Continue reading
For the first time in its relatively short history, Salmonfest will not proceed with three days of fish, love and music this year. Organizers announced… Continue reading
One resident and two workers employed by a seafood processor in the borough tested positive.
No new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Alaska on Sunday, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced in its May 24 update.… Continue reading
Rural Alaska gained two more positive cases of COVID-19, according to today’s announcement by Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. One case was reported… Continue reading
At the start of the Memorial Day weekend and the first day of Alaska’s Phases three and four of the plan to reopen the state,… Continue reading
With Alaska’s businesses and most other public entities set to reopen at full capacity on Friday, Gov. Mike Dunleavy and his administration are launching a… Continue reading
Balloons everywhere, the creaking of gymnasium bleachers or auditorium seats, and the unmistakable first notes of Pomp and Circumstance — the usual trappings of a… Continue reading
Testing procedures, flow of information and testing, and lack of hazard pay are all worries.
He still thinks its unconstitutional.
A cuisine staple in the Cosmic Hamlet by the Sea is changing hands next month — Cosmic Kitchen has been sold, its owners announced last… Continue reading
This has been quite the year so far, eh? Normally this would be when I would be telling everyone about how the long winter is… Continue reading