67 acres of wetland habitat was conserved around the Sterling Highway Milepost 45-60 project

Daily Update for June 29, 2022

Preservation efforts advance along Cooper Landing highway project

67 acres of wetland habitat was conserved around the Sterling Highway Milepost 45-60 project   Read More →


Point of View: Making voting accessible

The recent Special Primary Election was the first time Alaska conducted an all mail-in ballot election. This was primarily due to time constraints. We now see this has been an opportunity to listen to and try to understa  Read More →

Letters to the Editor

Investigator is a hero Matt Haney, I want to thank you for your ongoing, never ending support for two and a half years. You have fed us body and soul nonstop. We have faltered many times and you have held us up. The   Read More →

Point of View: When politics get dirty

Alaska politics, like politics around the country, does indeed have its dark side. So, let me step out front and dispel the already debunked false narratives about a rumor being circulated by one of my opposing gubernato  Read More →


Out of the Office: Road trippin’

You know how you’ve done something so long and so often it becomes routine, and yet it still can amaze you? Traveling to Anchorage and back can be like that. Last month on a trip up to Anchorage for our friend   Read More →

Reeling ‘Em In: Kings acting ‘a bit schizoid’

It’s hard to tell what’s worse: thieving seals or *%$@#0# snaggers   Read More →

Homer Farmers Market: Market survived ‘time warp’ of COVID-19

An unusual time warp happened during the last few years of COVID-19. People from all walks of life refer to it: how time seemed to have been suspended, how we haven’t seen certain friends or family for months or ye  Read More →

Town Crier

The Blood Bank of Alaska’s blood drive continues on Thursday, June 23, in the Conference Rooms at the Best Western Bidarka Inn (575 Sterling Highway, Homer) from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Although all blood types are ne  Read More →

Robert Paul Manson

Robert Paul Manson March 23, 1954-June 10, 2022 Longtime Soldotna resident Mr. Robert Paul Manson, 68, died Friday, June 10, 2022, at his home in Soldotna. No services are planned for the public at this time.  Read More →

Pet of the week: Two Bit

Two Bit is quite the character. This young, 1-year-old male cat is a short hair Turkish van. Two Bit is a world traveler (originally from Tajikistan), and it shows. He’s curious about everything around him. He love  Read More →


Dr. Kenneth Spike Hahn

  •  Obituaries 
Dr. Kenneth Spike Hahn Feb. 13, 1956-Feb. 6, 2022 On Feb. 6, 2022, Dr. Kenneth Spike Hahn unexpectedly passed from this world, following a beautiful day of skiing at McNeil Canyon. Please join his family in a  Read More →

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