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Thanks to all for transit van Dear Homer Community and Youth Supporters Everywhere, The R.E.C. Room wishes to express immense thanks to our community, the… Continue reading
SPH employee vaccination rate not OK I was shocked to learn from hospital spokesperson Derotha Ferraro on a recent COVID briefing that only 68% of South… Continue reading
Grateful for 4h support The 4H Alls would like to thank the local businesses who supported our two Junior Market Livestock (JML) members, Maddy Miotke… Continue reading
There’s excitement in the air at our house and across Alaska. School is coming back. Backpacks, pencils, first-day outfits, plus the joy of meeting new… Continue reading
This month the Homer Foundation has turned 30 years old. For those of us who remember the 1960s, yeah, well, we’ve learned the truth. You… Continue reading
Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! Our district is very excited to have all of our students, staff, and parents back in school after a… Continue reading
Bare faces that can spew coronavirus are OK; bare midriffs are not.
Scholarship help appreciated I would like to publicly thank the family of Damon Dorr and the Homer Emblem Club for awarding me the Damon Dorr… Continue reading
Dearest Granddaughter and Grandson-in-law: I don’t know if you are aware that I lost my beloved brother-in-law, Dwight, on Jan. 30 this year to COVID-19.… Continue reading
Thanks to city for Loved & Lost bench approval Thank you to Homer City Council, the Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture Advisory Commission, and the… Continue reading
Scholarship help appreciated I want to publicly thank the Robinson family for awarding me with the Thelma and Ilse Memorial Nursing Scholarship, which was given… Continue reading
Follow expert advice on how to return to in-school teaching safely and responsibly.
It is critical that Alaska businesses are able to staff up to meet the demand.
Each legislator’s satisfaction should be in doing what’s right for Alaska.
Public health officials have advised a gentle method to persuade people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Answer their questions. Listen. Etc. To heck with that.… Continue reading
The other day I was discussing politics with an old friend who told me I perceived the technicolor world in black-and-white terms. This was a… Continue reading
An open letter to all Alaskans and state legislators I write this letter, both as an Alaskan and as Executive Director of Seniors of Alaska.… Continue reading
“I was left with little choice but to veto both the PFD and legislative per diem.”
My young son has recently discovered parks. If there is a slide, we are on it. A swing? Get out of the way, toddler coming… Continue reading