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Provision’s purpose is to prevent future violence, suicides.
Local Homer business Alaska Salt Company has settled into its new home on the Homer Spit, and celebrated on Friday with a grand opening ceremony.… Continue reading
The 12% bed tax would affect temporary lodging across the borough
The district rejected one proposal from two employee associations and is analyzing another
Homer High School Today through Saturday — Conference Soccer Tournament on the turf field starting at 1 p.m. daily Today — AP Government Exam at… Continue reading
Join avian enthusiasts and novices alike in celebrating the 27th annual Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival, running May 9-12 this weekend. The festival, sponsored by the… Continue reading
The rising cost of health care has been a key sticking point in the negotiations.
Homer Electric Association members elected three directors at the cooperative’s 69th Annual Meeting of the Members in Kenai on May 2, HEA announced in a… Continue reading
Members of the Homer Masonic Lodge turned out last Saturday, May 4, 2019, to honor World War II veteran Clem Tillion after his return on… Continue reading
KBBI Public Radio General Manager Terry Rensel has resigned effective May 24, KBBI Board of Directors President Genie Hambrick said in a press release on… Continue reading
At its May 2-3 annual board meeting in Valdez, the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council elected officers who will serve from May 2019… Continue reading
The Borough Assembly passed an ordinance April 16 increasing the FY 2019 funds by $2,423,955.
Sen. Pete Micciche (R-Soldotna) is having another go at getting a bill through the legislature that would reduce the number of commercial east side setnetters… Continue reading
The Homer Animal Friends, a local volunteer group dedicated to promoting the welfare of animals in the community, is moving its storefront from Main Street… Continue reading
Under sunny skies and in a crisp westerly breeze, supporters of the Storyknife Writers Retreat last Saturday attended groundbreaking ceremonies for a main house and… Continue reading
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Alaska District is extending the public comment period an additional 30 days for the Pebble Limited Partnership draft environmental… Continue reading
While someone did scratch racist graffiti in a late 1990s Ford Bronco now owned by a Homer couple, that vandalism turned out to have happened… Continue reading
Thirteen teachers across the state were awarded the teachers of excellence award.