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Back-to-school help appreciated Thank you to all those wonderful people who helped 106 children, clients of the Homer Community Food Pantry, start their school year… Continue reading

 

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Thanksgiving basket deadlines Hello again, just wanted everyone to know that the Thanksgiving basket applications are now available. There will be someone at the Food… Continue reading

 

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Make history Scotland, England, Norway, Japan, Quebec, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Maine, New York, Massachusetts, California, Oregon, Washington — all used to have wild salmon runs.… Continue reading

 

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Seaton is a problem solver Those of us who live on the Southern Kenai Peninsula are fortunate to have Paul Seaton as our State House… Continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

Letters to the Editor

Welcome back Welcome to the 2018 - 2019 school year. Our district is very excited to have all of our students, staff and parents back… Continue reading

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

Homer News Letters to the Editor

We’ll be back Thirty years ago our family left Homer and headed to California, after an incredibly lucky break when Tom, who was editor of… Continue reading

Homer News Letters to the Editor

Thanks for Elks Scholarship I would like to thank the Homer Elks Club for its generous contribution to my education. I am very grateful to… Continue reading

Homer, Alaska: Letters to the editor

I ask everyone in our community to “be yourself” and work hard to accept others for who they are. The diverse viewpointsexpressed in Homer are what make us strong. We can be diverse. Respectful. Equal. And, yes, inclusive.

Homer, Alaska: Letters to the editor

Why I marched with Pride I attended high school in Houston, Texas in the late 1970s. I remember sitting in class more than once listening… Continue reading

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Mayor Zak did right thing by standing up to prejudice I notice that several of the critics of our mayor’s Pride Month proclamation claim that their… Continue reading

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Litmus tests Three council members didn’t attend the June 11 council meeting, presumably because they didn’t want to cause a controversy; they “forced a meeting… Continue reading