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At its last regular meeting of 2019, the Homer City Council passed one of its most important actions for the next year — and for… Continue reading
An Anchor Point man suffered serious injuries when a van struck him near Mile 163 Sterling Highway last Friday night. Logan Lucas, 25, was medevaced… Continue reading
Homer’s second all-way traffic signal, and first-ever four-way stoplight, became operational on Tuesday. Contractors powered up the signal at the intersection of Main Street and… Continue reading
Update: This story has been updated to note that a canvass also will be done on Saturday in the Anchor Point area. The search continues… Continue reading
Homer will soon have its very first superior court judge at work at the local courthouse, now that assistant district attorney Bride Seifert of Kotzebue… Continue reading
The holiday spirit is back in town thanks to the annual Holiday Tree Lighting put on by the Homer Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center… Continue reading
Sophomore Kira Milne is the recipient of the Flex Phoenix Award for this month. This award is given out once a month to the student… Continue reading
After about a year of searching for options, a religion-based addiction treatment organization out of the Mat-Su Valley has found a homer near Homer. Set… Continue reading
Several weather-related events have caused damage across the entire peninsula.
An old fight over public access, recreational use and the protection of critical habitats is playing out again anew in Kachemak Bay. The Alaska Department… Continue reading
The International Pacific Halibut Commission held its interim meeting last week in Seattle and once again is predicting a downward trend for the resource, something… Continue reading
For 30 years, Homer has brought the passion and wonder of “The Nutcracker” ballet to the small community stage for peninsula residents to enjoy. This… Continue reading
Almost two years after it first applied for a standard cultivation permit, Alaska Loven It — the first operation to apply for a license to… Continue reading
The search continues for missing Homer woman Anesha “Duffy” Murnane, 38. Murnane has been missing since Oct. 17 after she was last seen in a… Continue reading
The governor hopes to move past the rancor.
State agrees to refund fines.
It’s the first case of vaping related injury in Alaska.
Five people have been charged in the Aug. 25 death of Preston Atwood.
After making a respectable run to unseat Alaska’s sole U.S. Representative, Don Young, in 2018, Anchorage’s Alyse Galvin is back at it for the 2020… Continue reading
Teachers and staff at Fireweed Academy in Homer are known for using the arts as a core tool in their curriculums. In no way is… Continue reading