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Editor’s note: This article has been corrected to clarify the matter of a Regulatory Commission of Alaska ruling on the natural gas distribution line and… Continue reading
More than two months after Anesha “Duffy” Murnane went missing, Homer Police with the help of the FBI and Alaska State Troopers keep searching for… Continue reading
In a disappointing but not surprising move, the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council closed the Gulf of Alaska to Pacific cod fishing for the 2020… Continue reading
Update: This story has been updated to include a response from Chumley’s Inc. General Manager Cliff Wittmer. As dock workers with Chumley’s Inc. of Kenai… Continue reading
Parties in the case against the city of Homer filed by a former council member over the Oct. 1 election have moved to dismiss it… Continue reading
Snow may be scarce on the ground, but holiday cheer still abounds at the annual Garden of Lights at Bear Creek Winery in Kachemak City.… Continue reading
As local entities weigh in on a proposal to repeal the current ban on personal watercraft in critical habitat areas in Kachemak Bay, the Department… Continue reading
A Sept. 11 foundation formed to honor a fallen New York firefighter has paid off the mortgage of Chief Warrant Officer Michael Kozloski, the U.S.… Continue reading
Volunteers last weekend canvassed the Anchor Point and Ninilchik areas for a missing Homer woman, part of a continual effort to find Anesha “Duffy” Murnane,… Continue reading
Birders were all over Homer on Dec. 14 for the annual Christmas Bird Count. Due to the mellow weather and all the open water, more… Continue reading
Homer High School Today — Candlelight, Carols and Desserts at 7 p.m. in the Mariner Theater. Friday to Monday, Dec. 23 — Share the Spirit… Continue reading
15 years after they started their brewery, the Kassiks are set to retire to be closer to family.
The U.S. Coast Guard has experienced various very high frequency (VHF) outages in Southeast and Southcentral Alaska throughout the summer and into the winter, the… Continue reading
Dunleavy’s budget takes state savings to the limit.
Katie Koester, the city’s Homer-born-and-raised city manager, resigned on Monday to take a job in Alaska’s capital city. Koester announced her resignation in a letter… Continue reading
As nearly every commercial salmon fisherman in Upper Cook Inlet can tell you, the 2019 season fell far short in every department. The commercial harvest… Continue reading
An ordinance awarding a $150,000 to the nonprofit passed at the Nov. 6 assembly meeting 6-3.
The Aurora is the latest heading for layup.
There were A LOT of cookies.
Homer High School Today — Cross-country skiing Parent Meeting at 5 p.m. Friday — Swimming Awards Banquet at 6:30 p.m. in the Best Western Bidarka… Continue reading