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Homer Flex School recently released its recipient of the Flex Phoenix Award for January — David Young. Each month, the school staff pick a student… Continue reading
Two state workers are expected to leave their positions at the center within the next month.
Bike lanes to be added to both sides of street
The Homer City Council this week took further action to limit the way personal watercraft can be used in part of Kachemak Bay. During a… Continue reading
Mat-Su Valley is at highest alert level for state
Vaccine effort is part of state’s ‘Sleeve’s Up for Summer’ campaign
The proposed trail would run from Seward to Fairbanks.
Get out your binoculars: The whales are frolicking in the Kenai River
Gary Turner is the current KPC director, and will be stepping down in June.
South Peninsula Hospital now offers walk-in vaccinations at Bartlett Street clinic
For the first time in a year, Mariners on the Move celebrated in live event — with mitigation.
‘Quite a bit of that is going to go to college tuition,’ dad says of son’s $87,000 earnings
Dillingham sets new rules exempting visiting seafood workers from quarantine if vaccinated.
The COVID-19 positive test rate continues to rise on the southern Kenai Peninsula, with three new cases reported among school students or staff over the… Continue reading
Homer man, 53, beat and strangled woman over two hours, police allege.
The alleged offenses occurred between 2012 and 2018.
The former DOA head is challenging Sen. Lisa Murkowski for her Senate seat.
Dunleavy said 1.3 million tourists were expected to come to Alaska via cruise ship before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down operations.