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JBER soldier charged in ‘sexting’ case with Homer girl

Homer Police have charged a Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson soldier in a “sexting” case last summer involving a Homer teenager under the age of 16.… Continue reading

Public praises Wrede’s work

It was saved until the end of Monday’s regular city council meeting, but the lineup at the microphone, the accolades given, the servings of cake… Continue reading

Bunnell Street Arts Center presents concert Sunday

Armin Abdihodžic, guitar, and Zachary Milliman, tenor, perform in concert at 3 p.m. Sunday at Bunnell Street Arts Center.  Abdihodžic is praised as one of… Continue reading

Apache Alaska Corp. unveils north road extension proposal

Once the pavement ends past Mile 39 of the Kenai Spur Highway at Captain Cook State Park, an all-terrain vehicle trail continues along the Tyonek… Continue reading

Changes on horizon for school district’s health-care program

As structural changes to health care insurance delivery continue to roll out under the Affordable Health Care Act implementation, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District… Continue reading

Morris Publishing Group names new publisher

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Rona Johnson has been named publisher of Morris Publishing Group Alaska, encompassing the Alaska Journal of Commerce, Alaska Equipment Trader and the… Continue reading

Morris Publishing Group names new publisher

AUGUSTA, Ga. – Rona Johnson has been named publisher of Morris Publishing Group Alaska, encompassing the Alaska Journal of Commerce, Alaska Equipment Trader and the… Continue reading

Entrepreneurs prepare for marijuana trade

ANCHORAGE (AP) — Attorneys and entrepreneurs are lining up for what they hope will be a business boom stemming from Alaskans voting to legalize recreational… Continue reading

Area grad earns patent for fish waste disposal system

Fishing has always been a favorite pastime of Alaskans, and now, thanks to a former Kenai Peninsula resident, it can be done more safely. Alexandra… Continue reading

AIDEA OKs loan for Wasilla theme park

ANCHORAGE (AP) — A state agency has agreed to provide a commercial loan for a company that wants to build a $6 million theme park… Continue reading

Boyan, Walsh win Merit Awards in All Alaska Juried XXXV show

Bead artist Kate Boyan and film artist Michael Walsh, both of Homer, have won $500 Merit Awards in the All Alaska Juried XXXV show at… Continue reading

Ballot counts change numbers, but not results

Veterans Day may have been a holiday for some, but not for state Elections workers, who continued to count early and absentee ballots cast in… Continue reading

Vada Moore

Vada Lucille Moore of Anchor Point, 76, died Oct. 23, 2014, at South Peninsula Hospital in Homer. A celebration of Vada’s life is at 2 p.m.… Continue reading

Anchorage seeks $340M for failed port project

The Municipality of Anchorage is looking to recoup up to $340 million in the two lawsuits it has against contributors to the failed Port of… Continue reading

CIRCAC to meet Dec. 5

Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council will hold its regular board of directors meeting at the Hotel Captain Cook, 939 W. Fifth Ave., in Anchorage … Continue reading

Seaton, Stevens races not too close to call

With Election Day nearing an end, and less than 15 percent of the precincts yet to report, some races are still too close to comfortably… Continue reading

Mariners’ mat team wrestles ‘King of the Mountain’

The Homer Mariner wrestlers competed for the first time this weekend at Seward’s King of the Mountain. The first four rounds were round-robin team competition.… Continue reading

Co-ed hockey mixes it up on ice

The second annual Homer Coed Adult Hockey Jamboree was held Oct. 24-26, at the Kevin Bell Arena, with 44 players from Juneau, Fairbanks, Anchorage, Kenai,… Continue reading

Board of Fisheries once again spurns Central Kenai Peninsula

By the time the Alaska Board of Fisheries holds its next meeting on Upper Cook Inlet fisheries, it will have been nearly 20 years since… Continue reading

Anchorage prosecutor reviewing 2012 sexual assault of teen boy

A prosecutor with the Anchorage office of the Alaska Department of Law, Criminal Division, has taken over review of a September 2012 sexual assault of… Continue reading

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