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After hearing hundreds of testimonies, lawmakers say keeping basic service a top priority.
Money left on the table.
‘These presentations will outline our vision for Alaska’
The Southeast Alaska Seiner’s Association was successful in their bid to buy back 36 permits after a February vote to use funds remaining from a… Continue reading
‘We’re finding ourselves a little short on time and resources to try and move forward.’
Homer High School Friday — “Once Upon a Review” Musical Performance at 7 p.m. in the Mariner Theater Saturday — “Once Upon a Review” Musical… Continue reading
An Anchor Point man died this week when his truck crashed near Moose Pass. Alaska State Troopers report that Marc Roderick, 46, died on Wednesday.… Continue reading
Paul Banks Elementary students celebrate read-a-thon
Editor’s note: This article has been updated to correct a direct quote from a Facebook video posted by Rep. Sarah Vance and to correct the… Continue reading
In a visit to the Alaska Food Festival and Conference last Friday in Homer, U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan highlighted several food and environment-related matters being… Continue reading
Many did not get a chance to speak.
“Frankenfish” may soon be coming to a store near you. The Food and Drug Administration on Friday announced it was removing the 2016 import alert… Continue reading
After months of anticipation, the brand new SVT Health and Wellness Anchor Point Clinic is finally open for business on the corner of Sterling Highway… Continue reading
But don’t expect an influx in smoking cafes.
Borough asks state to modify oil and gas property tax bills
Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, visits the lower Kenai Peninsula for two Town Hall meetings at these times and locations: • Noon to 2 p.m., Friday,… Continue reading
The South Peninsula Haven House board of directors announced last week its 2019 Women of Distinction honorees. They will be recognized at the Women of… Continue reading
With new maps showing changed tsunami inundation zones and two evacuations held last year after earthquakes struck Southcentral Alaska, the upcoming Tsunami Awareness Week takes… Continue reading
The residential treatment center could still happen if organization raises funds on its own
There are some days when food is the only thing on one’s mind. For those involved in Alaska’s food system and agriculture, last weekend in… Continue reading