Session goes on, but end in sight

Legislators have their boxes packed, computers have been shipped to local offices and some aides have boarded the ferry and left Juneau, but as of… Continue reading


House Bill 77, budget likely to be hot topics

With the second year of the 28th Alaska Legislature having started last week, Homer’s legislators are looking at a session missing some of the controversy… Continue reading


Deposit refused

Protesters at a rally last Thursday at Bishop’s Beach burn a $5.5 billion mock check made out to oil companies. About 75 people spoke against… Continue reading


News in Brief

Seaton meetings canceled Rep. Paul Seaton, R-Homer, has canceled town hall meetings scheduled this weekend in Ninilchik and Homer so he can attend memorial services… Continue reading

Busy legislative session reaches halfway point

Begun Jan. 15, this year's legislative session is halfway toward its April 14 adjournment. Representing areas of the Kenai Peninsula that include the southern and… Continue reading

Seaton’s gift appreciated

The Independent Living Center would like to thank Rep. Paul Seaton for his donation of a motorized lift recliner to our Community Closet. We also… Continue reading

Paul Seaton

Seaton re-elected to sixth term in House

BY MICHAEL ARMSTRONGSTAFF WRITERComing off a tough Republican Party primary challenge in August, Rep. Paul Seaton easily won election to a sixth term, beating Democratic… Continue reading

Paul Seaton