Homer High School

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Kenai Peninsula Borough SChool District Dec. 21: Inservice, no school. Dec. 24-Jan. 6: Winter break; no school. Jan. 14: School board meeting, Soldotna, 7 p.m. … Continue reading

Faire, ballet usher in holidays

The holiday season was heralded in again with another season of the Nutcracker Faire. Thank you to the Homer folks and visitors between here and… Continue reading

HEA fairs again great success

Homer Electric Association would like to thank everyone who helped make our recent Energy and Conservation Fairs a great success. The fairs at the Kenai… Continue reading

Michelle V. David

Michelle V. David

Homer resident, Ms. Michelle Vera David, 45, died Monday, November 19, 2012, at her home in her sleep after a 16 year battle with multiple… Continue reading

Michelle V. David

Voz students say thanks

  The students of Voznesenka School would like to thank Bridget Kuhns and the Homer High School for letting us use the pool for our… Continue reading

Parents, professionals weigh in on teen drinking

Is teens' use of alcohol in Homer a new problem? Not according to 20-year-old headlines in the Homer News. In October 1992, three students were… Continue reading

Statistics: Homer High students good kids

Editor's Note: How rigorously do Homer High School officials enforce rules against drinking by students and student athletes? Are those rules enforced fairly? How does… Continue reading

Mariner James Nagle swims in the preliminary rounds at last week’s Regions III Swim and Dive Championships. Nagle qualified to compete in the State championships in the 200M IM and 100 butterfly.-Photo by Shawn E. Biessel, Homer News

Three HHS divers, one swimmer head to State

School buses lined Homer High School’s parking lot last week, trucking 274 athletes in and out for the Region III Swim and Dive Championships. The… Continue reading

Mariner James Nagle swims in the preliminary rounds at last week’s Regions III Swim and Dive Championships. Nagle qualified to compete in the State championships in the 200M IM and 100 butterfly.-Photo by Shawn E. Biessel, Homer News

Big splash starts today

The pool at the Kate Kuhns Aquatic Center will be making a lot of splashes this weekend for the Region III Swim and Dive Championships.… Continue reading

Riders deliver amazing show

On Sept. 27, more than 450 students in grades 3-6 filled Homer High School’s Mariner Theatre for a rollicking one-hour assembly with the great cowboy… Continue reading

Students’ perspective: Don’t judge all Homer teens by the actions of a few

I t concerns us to see that our entire school has been associated with recent events. We fully understand the anger that has grown within… Continue reading

Random thoughts on Homer High students, Oct. 2 election, gas line

Lesson learned: The teens who spoke at Thursday night’s meeting at the Mariner Theatre reminded adults of something important: The majority of students at Homer… Continue reading

Joseph Resetarits attends a bail hearing Monday at the Homer Courthouse. The hearing was continued to Tuesday. -Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

Resetarits brothers released on bail

The two brothers charged with sexual assault of a drunk boy at a Sept. 8 East End Road teen drinking party were released from jail… Continue reading

Joseph Resetarits attends a bail hearing Monday at the Homer Courthouse. The hearing was continued to Tuesday. -Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News

New track requires new rules of conduct

It's been a long time coming, with the past year's extra effort including not only the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, but also support from… Continue reading

Many thanks to theater

When I first considered moving to Homer to teach at Homer High School, I was drawn by the vibrant community that appreciated the arts. Particularly,… Continue reading

Don Ronda

Don Ronda

Longtime Homer resident and former Homer City Council member Don Ronda, 81, died Sept. 14, 2012, in Homer. A celebration of life was held Sept.… Continue reading

Don Ronda
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