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The Homer-Kachemak Bay Rotary held a Sept. 11 memorial ceremony at the flag poles in front of McDonald’s on Saturday. With about a dozen people… Continue reading
Despite hospital crisis in Anchorage, Homer’s hospital not impacted, spokesperson tells Homer City Council.
After years of discussions and planning, the Homer City Council is quickly moving forward with plans to explore future uses of the Homer Education Recreation… Continue reading
Robert Purcell shares memories of the aftermath of 9/11 20 years later.
Although COVID infection produces antibodies that can help fight the virus, it’s risky to take that chance.
Workers are strained.
School district risk level update and upcoming events
‘Move at the speed of trust.’
Local expert says no
No injuries have been reported.
The median rent payment on the Kenai Peninsula Borough was about $1,009 in 2020 and about $1,023 in 2021
Incentive campaign to grant $49,000 cash and scholarship prizes to weekly winners
A new set of eyes can examine old plans, the new commander said.
The man was on the Eagle River, returning from an overnight cabin stay.
More than 200 students have tested positive for COVID-19 since Aug. 23.
Increase in COVID-19 cases prompts Homer schools to require universal masking until at least Sept. 21.
Many shops on the Spit close down after Labor Day.
The Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area is one of only 55 NHAs in the United States.
“Gofishak” allows users to filter fishing locations by category, species and access.
The population of the Kenai Peninsula Borough grew by about 6.1% over the last 10 years, or from about 55,400 to about 58,800 people, according… Continue reading