Liz Diament

Candidate Comments – Liz Diament

My name is Liz Diament and I am running for State House. The upcoming legislative session will make a difference in the future of the… Continue reading

Liz Diament
Paul Seaton

Candidate Comments – Paul Seaton

I have been actively involved in Kenai Peninsula communities for 37 years.  As your Representative I work hard for an Alaska that values fiscal responsibility,… Continue reading

Paul Seaton

Reasons to vote for Obama, Biden in Tuesday’s presidential election

I am a pious Scots-Irish Presbyterian Christian. I submit three propositions and one essay. The propositions: 1. Definition — Democracy: a nation which derives its… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

‘Flow State’ comes to Homer

On Thursday, Nov. 8, the latest Warren Miller film will be playing at the Homer Theater. Miller’s 63rd feature film, “Flow State,” “brings audiences to… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

Walking the talk

The Buccaneer public meeting at McNeil Canyon Elementary School illustrated wide gaps in perception between the Australian company and local residents. The meeting started with… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

GMOs aren’t good for you

Mary Miner wrote a letter advocating banning GMOs from Homer’s school lunches, and I agree.  GMO means genetically modified organisms, combinations of plant-animal-virus corporately designed… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

Water works: Difference of opinion on Homer’s water-sewer rate structure

As a member of the city of Homer Water and Sewer Task Force, I want to make it clear that the following is just my… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012
  • By Ken Castner

Students debate plastic bag ban

This quarter the second through sixth graders researched the plastic bag ban issue (Ordinance 12-36) and then held a class debate. We read past community… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

Thanks for successful benefit

The Anchor Point Volunteer Fire Department and the Anchor Point Baptist Church would like to extend the largest, most  heartfelt thank you to all who… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

Enough of ‘Blame Bush’

As I write, there are only a handful of days until this country votes to end the second terrorist attack on our country. On Tuesday,… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

Presidents and the Supreme Court

Most Libertarians, Democrats, Tea Party activists and some Republicans agree that the rich should not be able to buy elections. For the first time, nonprofits,… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

What are we doing to combat evil?

Did you know that the executive branch may conduct unwarranted search and seizure, disappear to undisclosed indefinite detention, torture or rendition American citizens anywhere in the world, including… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

Chance to meet Vic Fischer Friday

We are fortunate to be able to meet Victor Fischer, one of Alaska’s Founding Fathers, at the college this Friday evening, Nov. 2. Vic Fischer… Continue reading

Medicare open enrollment for drug plans happening now

To All Medicare Beneficiaries,Don’t forget — Medicare Open Enrollment for Part D (the drug plans) is Oct. 15 through Dec 7. Now is the time… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

Chances to prove power of protocol

It may seem like the campaigns leading to Tuesday’s General Election have been interminable. But, now, here we are only a few days away from… Continue reading

  • Nov 1, 2012

Group challenges Buccaneer; public comments sought

Conservation and Native groups joined together Monday to submit a Request for Adjudicatory Hearing relating to the state’s approval of Buccaneer Energy’s Oil Discharge Prevention… Continue reading

Buccaneer reaches out to community

Everything from angry reminders of past disasters to pleas for responsible development were expressed by area residents at two community outreach meetings held by Buccaneer… Continue reading

What will gas cost?

On Monday, more than 60 local residents attended the last of three neighborhood meetings the city of Homer held to discuss plans for distributing natural… Continue reading

Friends join forces to create new business

Having known each other for at least a decade and after operating businesses practically next door to each other, Lynne Sergeant and Cindy Smith are… Continue reading

  • Oct 26, 2012
  • By By McKibben Jackinsky
  • Business

New council member sworn in

Homer City Clerk Jo Johnson, left, swears in new Homer City Council member James Dolma during a special meeting of the council on Monday. Dolma… Continue reading