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The CEO of Central Peninsula Hospital gave a report on the first half of the hospital’s FY 2019
Kachemak Bay Masonic Club, in cooperation with Homer Elks #2127, held its 4th Annual Masonic Awareness Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser on Jan. 26 to benefit Hospice… Continue reading
The Alaska Board of Fisheries kicks off its meeting dealing with state-wide finfish proposals on March 9 in Anchorage, covering about 20 proposals and expected… Continue reading
Alaska pollock required in school lunches
Clarkson says it’s not his job to support the law, it’s to enforce it.
Policy protects borough employees to report matters of public concern without fear of retribution
Assembly approved appropriations of $70,400 to pay toward the balance of ACLU-Alaska’s legal fees
Alaska Department of Environmental Control food safety program received complaint
By Megan Pacer Homer News… Continue reading
After lengthy debate, the Homer City Council seems to have settled on an agreement for how to help fund construction of a residential treatment center… Continue reading
Students from Homer High School had a successful weekend of competition last weekend at the Drama, Debate and Forensics State Championship in Anchorage. The Homer… Continue reading
Homer High School Today — Track and Field Parent Meeting, at 6:15 p.m. in the library March 4 — Big Booster Club Meeting at 6… Continue reading
‘Everything’s on the table’
Committees can start working on legislation
Looking back on the week in the Alaska Legislature.
This quarter’s Mariners on the Move award winners have been announced. Each Homer High School faculty member is tasked with selecting one outstanding student per… Continue reading
To celebrate an upcoming project, three local entities hosted a free ice skating party last week on the temperamental Beluga Lake. The weather and the… Continue reading
Update: The spelling and name of Sen. Natasha von Imhof, R-Anchorage, has been corrected. A proposed state budget from Gov. Mike Dunleavy brought both concern… Continue reading
Family thread runs through endeavor.
Perhaps the strangest commercial fishery in Alaska, combining the state’s love of fishing and snowmachines, is set to open next week, but no one is… Continue reading