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Editor’s note: This article has been updated to reflect that the Set Free Alaska addiction treatment center will be located in the Kenai Peninsula Borough… Continue reading
The borough lost a lawsuit against plaintiffs represented by the ACLU of Alaska
A new charter business in town is making a name for itself in more ways than one by being having the first boat of its… Continue reading
For the second year, Homer will have its own Pride Month celebration marked by a walk through town this Saturday, June 22. Last year, local… Continue reading
They’re reinterpreting a law from last year.
I learn something new every time I go to the Farmers Market. This time it was at Christina’s booth. She had clusters of cilantro but… Continue reading
The funding is aimed at fostering efficiency and economic growth
Alaska legislators face mounting pressure to decide the annual dividend paid to residents from Alaska’s oil-wealth fund, with Gov. Mike Dunleavy threatening additional special sessions… Continue reading
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities will hold an open house on current and future projects for Homer next week. Held from 4… Continue reading
Alaska Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Corri Feige has granted a request for reconsideration of a 1-year, temporary closure of a section line easement in… Continue reading
Eight months into her job as University of Alaska Anchorage Chancellor, Cathy Sandeen has survived not just her first winter in Alaska, but crises that… Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to reflect that resident Frank Griswold gave the City of Homer notice of intent to appeal an Advisory… Continue reading
A meeting discussing a controversial gravel pit lasted to nearly midnight Monday, after dozens of Anchor Point residents gave public testimony on the proposed project.… Continue reading
Another special session could be coming.
The governor can still veto funding.
Every time I go to the Farmers Market I am excited to find what’s new. Last week was the first time this season that peas… Continue reading
This year’s 18th annual Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference brings together writers and readers of all ages from the Lower 49 states, Alaska and the lower… Continue reading
The Swan Lake Fire is about 70% active and spreading