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Editor’s note: The hearing date for this case was changed after this story was published, and the article has been updated to reflect that change.… Continue reading
Department of Law has until Monday to appeal.
Ever wondered what exactly goes on inside the local police station, or how things work at the water treatment plant? Now is your opportunity to… Continue reading
Homer may have its toes in Kachemak Bay, but last week Homer Deputy Harbormaster Matt Clarke, the Homer Marine Trades Association and many of Homer’s… Continue reading
The most recent recipients of the Mariners on the Move award have been announced. Each Homer High faculty member selects one outstanding student per year… Continue reading
Homer High School Today and Friday — Thanksgiving break, no school. Monday, Dec. 2 — Basketball cheer tryouts at 4 p.m. Big Booster Club meeting… Continue reading
There are four applicants for the District 6 vacancy — which covers the eastern peninsula.
Update: Information has been added regarding a canvass from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Homer Harbor. About 50 people held signs and candles… Continue reading
Will elders age in place?
Sales tax revenues help support government services in both Kenai and Soldotna.
South Peninsula Hospital has hired Dr. Jeffrey Larsen, board certified general surgeon, to be on its active medical staff, the hospital announced in a press… Continue reading
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources has completed repairs to two lower Kenai Peninsula beaches damaged by erosion, according to a press release from October.… Continue reading
The Alaska Judicial Council has nominated three people to be the first Superior Court Judge in Homer. The council met Nov. 4-8 in the communities… Continue reading
A Kenai Superior Court Judge last week denied a motion by the defense in a murder case to have evidence excluded from the upcoming trial.… Continue reading
Homer High School Thursday, Nov. 21 — Mariner on the Move Awards Ceremony at 3 p.m. in the library. Homer Flex School Wednesday, Nov. 27… Continue reading
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