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On a recent visit to Homer, Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, spoke to a group of about 15 area residents on Nov. 9 at Captain’s Coffee.… Continue reading
Wildwood Correctional Center in Kenai was over maximum capacity for more than 200 days.
Homer Police and family and friends of Anesha “Duffy” Murnane have not let up the search for the 38-year-old woman who went missing in downtown… Continue reading
With the 2020 general election a year away, the race for House District 31 Representative has already started. On Thursday, Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly President… Continue reading
Homer trick-or-treaters got to experience Halloween just like kids Outside when balmy temperatures allowed them to hit the streets in their costumes and not bundled… Continue reading
Bay Welding Services of Homer received the Alaska Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Bill Bivin Small Business of the Year award, the Homer Chamber of Commerce… Continue reading
While artificial intelligence is raising alarms in many sectors of the international community, it is helping the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with one of… Continue reading
Option is still on the table.
The state has suffered recent blows in lawsuits.
In his proposed FY 2020 budget, Pierce zeroed out $100,000 for the tourism marketing council.
The beginning of a jury trial for a Homer man accused of murder hinges on an argument over what evidence can be admitted into that… Continue reading
Homer High School Today — End of the Road Shootout hockey games at the Kevin Bell Ice Arena. Soldotna vs East Anchorage High at 5… Continue reading
Martha Fleming was elected in October in an uncontested race to represent the eastern peninsula.
Veterans Day ceremonies in Homer began with a parade in downtown Homer, continued with a ceremony at the Veterans Memorial at the Alaska Islands and… Continue reading
Friends, family and police have kept up the search for Anesha “Duffy” Murnane, the Homer women who went missing from downtown Homer on Oct. 17.… Continue reading
Editor’s note: The story has been changed to correct the first name of public defender Joy Hobart. A Homer man charged with murder three years… Continue reading
A former Homer City Council member has filed a lawsuit in Alaska Superior Court contesting the results of the last city election. Tom Stroozas filed… Continue reading
Ethan Smith wants to serve up good vibes along with a good buzz at The Coffeesmith
Three weeks after she went missing on Oct. 17, Homer Police remain actively searching for Anesha “Duffy” Murnane. Murnane’s family has started a Facebook page,… Continue reading
The Mariners on the Move for the most recent quarter at Homer High School have been announced. Each Homer High faculty member selects one outstanding… Continue reading