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The assembly will appropriate more than $82 million to the borough’s general fund.
Troopers say death was not suspicious
The Homer City Council is pursuing a second interview with an interim director of the development services in Eureka, California as the search for a… Continue reading
Six staff members at South Peninsula Hospital have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past three weeks, according to hospital Public Information Officer Derotha Ferraro.… Continue reading
A resident at an assisted living home in Homer who tested positive for COVID-19 last week has now had an additional two tests which have… Continue reading
On a blue bird day with American flags waving in the breeze, Rep. Sarah Vance (R-Homer) kicked off her re-election campaign on Sunday at Karen… Continue reading
No new Homer cases in Sunday report
Total number of COVID-19 cases in Homer up to 29
No residents have tested positive yet
Cuts, mergers and reductions.
It seemed like summer took forever to get here, but it has been lovely. I’m here to remind you that it will go fast. Summer… Continue reading
These funds were allocated by the governor and approved by the Legislature as part of the CARES Act.
Early-run king salmon emergency orders on Kenai, Kasilof Rivers to last through June 30
As locally held protests in support of the national (and international) Black Lives Matter movement come to an end, conversation about racial injustice and the… Continue reading
Homer still leads peninsula in number of cases per city
State changes case recording for Kenai Peninsula, Zink peninsula spread is not widespread
Volunteers, supporters celebrate anniversary of Alaska’s first state park
As the search for a new Homer city manager continues, members of the Homer City Council got to hear from three finalists this week in… Continue reading
6 passengers, remaining crew will all be tested and asked to quarantine
DHSS updates the way cases are recorded for the Kenai Peninsula