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Homer Farmers Market: Alaska farming has grown in past 5 years

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Residents filled the Kenai Peninsula Borough Betty J. Glick Assembly Chambers for a public hearing regarding a controversial gravel pit in Anchor Point at the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, Monday, June 10, 2019, in Soldotna, Alaska. (Photo by Victoria Petersen/Peninsula Clarion)
Planning commission postpones vote on Beachcomber gravel pit application

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Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference keynote speaker Diane Ackerman. (Photo provided; Sue Michlovitz)
Writers’ conference gives birth to new careers, friendships — and maybe a real baby

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The Tustumena Lake Fire as seen from the air during the early stages of initial attack on June 6, 2019, near Clam Gulch, Alaska. (Photo by Tim Whitesell/Alaska Division of Forestry)
Swan Lake Fire grows to 2,400 acres

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SPH’s 100th baby turns 60, hospital’s family-focus hasn’t changed

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Addiction treatment center will be in Kachemak City

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Homer News Editor Michael Armstrong, left, is presented with an award from Publisher Jeff Hayden on May 10, 2019 at the Homer News office in Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Malia Anderson)
Homer News editor celebrates 20 years

Armstrong joined Homer News team when the newspaper was owned by Washington Post managing editor

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