Letters

Don’t be fooled One of the most important things citizens can do is make an informed vote. That’s not always an easy task. Sometimes issues… Continue reading

Domestic violence is not always visible

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of domestic violence? If you are like most, you probably think of black… Continue reading

Letters

Let’s work together I salute politicians serving in any office in our country these days. It is a difficult, challenging time for politicians. More than… Continue reading

Letters

Dunne: An an honor to serve It has been an honor to serve the residents of the Kenai Peninsula Borough for the past three years.… Continue reading

Letters

Dunne is best choice for assembly The election for the Kenai Peninsula Borough District 9-South Peninsula Assembly seat will be Tuesday, Oct. 2. I am… Continue reading

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Seaton wrong person for Juneau After reading the letters this past week, I am conflicted on which to respond to: the nonsensical hyperbole of Bob… Continue reading

Will Runnoe

Understanding Prop 2 and 3

On Oct. 2 there are two Kenai Peninsula Borough propositions on the ballot that could potentially have a significant financial impact on South Peninsula Hospital… Continue reading

Will Runnoe
Charlie Franz

Please read the “Stand for Salmon” proposed statute before you vote

I read with interest Hal Spence’s opinion piece in the Aug. 30 Homer News. I appreciate Hal’s effort to ensure our wonderful salmon are protected.… Continue reading

Charlie Franz
An Anna’s hummingbird. (Photo by Aaron Lang)

Hummers in Homer

The following is the latest in a monthly series of articles about birds and birding, celebrating The Year of the Bird, 2018, with authors from… Continue reading

An Anna’s hummingbird. (Photo by Aaron Lang)
Aves Thompson (Photo provided)

Trucking says No on 1

If you eat anything, build anything, or purchase anything in Alaska, chances are it came on a truck. In fact, 94 percent of all Alaska… Continue reading

Aves Thompson (Photo provided)

A Seniors perspective on Senator Peter Micciche As a Senior and Senior Citizen advocate, I pay attention to political races in areas other than my… Continue reading

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Scholarship helped with sports camp A few months ago I was honored with the Alice Witte Memorial Scholarship Fund at the Homer foundation for a… Continue reading

Point of View: There can be hope for recovery from addiction — lots of hope

As of Aug. 2, 2018, Megan has been in recovery for five years. We have had our daughter back for 1,821 days. According to our… Continue reading

Don’t be lured by the propaganda

Stand for Alaska - Vote No on Prop. 1, the corporate group spending massively to oppose efforts to protect Alaska’s fish resources, is flooding mailboxes… Continue reading

Letters

What do we tell our kids? When is enough enough? The President lies to us every day. He mocks the disabled. He degrades women. He… Continue reading

Karen Shemet, left, and Sue Reynolds, right, of the Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) program. (Photo provided)

Pay it Forward: Program helps parents raise teens

Parenting is the toughest job you’ll ever love. Because teenagers are sharp, creative and ambitious, they add a whole new level of challenge to the… Continue reading

  • Aug 22, 2018
  • By Sue Rennolds and Karen Shemet For the Homer News
  • Point of View
Karen Shemet, left, and Sue Reynolds, right, of the Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) program. (Photo provided)

Letters to the editor

Trail access should be protected I own a cabin in Homer and I hike the section line that would be affected by the the Dorothy… Continue reading

Letters to the editor

Trawler fleets to blame for king salmon losses In reference to a July 26 letter in the Anchorage Daily News, “Kings need our help,” Mr. Fjelstad… Continue reading

Special bird tape on windows can help reduce collisions of birds flying into the glass. (Photo provided)

What just hit my window?

The following is the latest in a monthly series of articles about birds and birding, celebrating The Year of the Bird, 2018, with authors from… Continue reading

Special bird tape on windows can help reduce collisions of birds flying into the glass. (Photo provided)

Public trails should be protected in Dorothy Drive area

Thanks to the Homer News for reporting on the proposal to vacate a portion of public right of way in the Gruening Vista subdivision off… Continue reading