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The Homer City Council delved into issues of land conservation at its most recent meeting The City of Homer will pay off water and sewer… Continue reading
A criminal charge against a former legislative aide for Rep. Sarah Vance (R-Homer) has been dismissed. Homer resident Adam Hykes served as Vance’s aide starting… Continue reading
Online appointments for the Moderna vaccine filled up in 8 minutes
About 50 show up on Saturday to protest Jan. 6 riot and Trump’s involvement
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported 296 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, eight of which are among nonresidents. The state reported… Continue reading
Hospital’s new CT machine features murals to make patient experience more comfortable.
Cases on Kenai Peninsula continue downward trend
Whoever said the world ends with a whimper and not a bang never met Aaron Weisser. (It was T.S. Eliot, by the way) Weisser, a… Continue reading
In a year stifled and disrupted by a global pandemic, a lot of things change or get canceled. There are some events that can’t be… Continue reading
To paraphrase Charles Dickens, it was the worst of times, it was the worst of times. Those who endured what many called “the flaming Dumpster… Continue reading
Positivity rate statewide continues to drop
Despit COVID-19 restrictions, birders show up for annual December tradition to count birds in Homer.
Only one representative out of twelve legislators voted against the mask policy.
In the spirit of the 1925 Nome Serum Run, Capt. Curtis Jackson helps deliver medical team, vaccine to remote Alaska village.
Cases dropped from 92 to 74 in 14-day average reports.
Located in the heart of Northern Enterprises Boatyard, Homer Marine is go-to place for boat repairs, building.
With Kenai Peninsula Borough School District students learning remotely until January, teachers have had to get creative. Biology students at Homer High School recently proved… Continue reading