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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

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Pebble presentation was frustrating As a Cook Inlet fisherman, I found Wednesday’s Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) presentation by Mark Hamilton at a Kenai Peninsula Economic… Continue reading

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Share the Spirit needs feedback We need your feedback. Each year we learn a thing or two and try to apply that to the coming… Continue reading

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Thanks, Kachemak Bay Marines Once again the Kachemak Bay Marines have sponsored the free Christmas Eve skate at the Kevin Bell Arena. A couple hundred… Continue reading

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Thanks for Dirty Water Bill I would like to thank The Divine Sen. M, the smooth talking Sen. D. S. and congressman forever and a… Continue reading

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Thank you to the Homer Foundation Thank you to the Educators Professional Development Fund Committee and Homer Foundation for awarding a grant to help me… Continue reading

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Thank you, Homer We are so grateful to the Homer Chamber of Commerce, the Homer community and doctors who came out to our open house… Continue reading

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Don’t strip mine the seas This letter was inspired by the Nov. 15 “Fish Factor” by Laine Welch and the article next to that column… Continue reading

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Share the Spirt update Dear community members; If you are in need of assistance providing for your household this holiday season, please visit a local… Continue reading

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Rep. Paul Seaton: Thanks for the honor of serving you for 16 years Thank you to the voters of District 31 for the honor of… Continue reading

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Thanks to Homer Foundation Thank you to the Homer Foundation and to the Board of Directors of The Educator Professional Development Fund for honoring my… Continue reading

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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