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Homer High School Thursday — AP Chemistry and Psychology Exams, KBC at 8 a.m. and noon Thursday — Girls Soccer v. Kenai, Turf, JV at… Continue reading
Alaska State Troopers do not have any more information in a second case of racist graffiti to happen in an East End Road neighborhood over… Continue reading
At the Alaska Press Club awards banquet held Saturday, April 27 in Anchorage, the Homer News took home several awards at this year’s Alaska Press… Continue reading
The board would need to get public comment on proposed changes to the rules.
Fifteen years ago, Bill and Dorothy Fry were piecing together a back-up plan for their lives. The result of that forward thinking and hard work,… Continue reading
“This is a commitment to support the full base amount through this entire budget process.”
The ordinance permits the activity through a conditional use permit process.
Ninilchik fire is 12th to occur in region since the start of fire season
City of Homer officials last week signed bond documents to complete financing for the new Homer Police Station. It comes in at $900,000 less than… Continue reading
Editor’s note: The story has been changed to clarify that the Homer Advisory Planning Commission voted to approve a conditional use permit for Set Free… Continue reading
A Homer citizen activist has prevailed in an Alaska Supreme Court case asserting he has standing to appeal a 2014 Homer Advisory Planning Commission decision.… Continue reading
What do butterflies, video games and a parody of “Ice, Ice, Baby” by Vanilla Ice have in common? They were all part of the presentations… Continue reading
Togiak sac roe herring may be wrapping up as the fish are getting smaller and some buyers may start balking. The quota is 29,930 tons,… Continue reading
State eyes bids for long-term operation.
Gov. Dunleavy is facing resistance to pieces of his agenda.
A couple votes in particular were heated.
Road projects slated for Sterling Highway, K-Beach and Kenai Spur
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources has issued a preliminary decision to vacate a section line that goes through the Dorothy Drive neighborhood below East… Continue reading
The newborn was floating alone in Kachemak Bay
The Alaska Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a Fairbanks man who sexually assaulted a Homer woman in August 2011, but sent back… Continue reading