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Unlock city bathrooms You would think the city might unlock the bathrooms that were specifically built to accommodate cruise ship visitors when the cruise ship… Continue reading

 

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Blast off with Summer@HPL Summer@HPL has launched. The national theme this year is Universe of Stories, and the Homer Public Library has planned over 50… Continue reading

 

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Grateful to foundation for scholarship I feel blessed to have grown up in Homer, surrounded by such a loving and supportive community. I cannot wait… Continue reading

 

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YAC awards grants The Homer Foundation Youth Advisory Committee is pleased to announce the following recipients of our annual YAC grants that support fun and… Continue reading

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Legislators should follow mandate of Dunleavy supporters To all Legislators: Approximately 145,000 Alaskans voted for Gov. Mike Dunleavy because we believed in his message: Balance… Continue reading

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McNeil students write Editor’s note: The following letters are from McNeil Canyon Elementary Students in grades 2 and 3. Littering is not only bad for… Continue reading

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Pets have it better than some children As I move every further into my 80s, one of many changes in American standards that stands out… Continue reading

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On the state budget To balance the state budget is absolutely necessary. To do so without supplementing the state revenue in any way, however, is… Continue reading

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Think you are a conservative? Maybe you vote, maybe not. Maybe you voted for President Trump, Governor Dunleavy and Mayor Pierce, but, what are you… Continue reading

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Protect the PFD We must protect the Permanent Fund dividend for generations to come. Alaskans’ PFDs should be paid in full using the law that… Continue reading

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Pebble Mine claims are a fairy tale Listening to Pebble Mine representatives say the fish won’t be impacted, the water won’t be impacted by this… Continue reading

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Medical care appreciated Once again, my thanks to Dr. Tortora, nursing staff, and everyone at South Peninsula Hospital for keeping me alive. Their care for… Continue reading

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Artist helped students learn life skills Recently the students of West Homer Elementary were fortunate to host Homer artist and retired teacher Debbie Piper for… Continue reading

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Don’t re-appropriate station funding The city council is considering an ordinance to move money dedicated to the Police Station fund to a new proposal to… Continue reading

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Girl Scouts appreciate Indian dinner fundraiser support Girl Scout Troop 1935 would like to thank everyone who came out and supported us at our Indian… Continue reading

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Water Trail thankful for foundation award The Friends of Kachemak Bay State Park / Water Trail Committee were pleased to be the recipient of a… Continue reading

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Homestead Kid’s stories offer a glimpse of our past On December 13, 2018, Kachemak Heritage Land Trust (KHLT) held “Homestead Kids: Tales from the North… Continue reading

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Israel is not America’s friend We move to boycott an apartheid state and our Congress moves to make such opposition a felony. We are belly… Continue reading

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Smoke and broken mirrors in state mining safety updates Alaska Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Corri Feige paints a rosy picture, giving high grades to… Continue reading

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HCOA grateful for city, foundation support Homer Council on the Arts is grateful for the generosity of both the City and the Homer Foundation for allocating… Continue reading