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Shell clears big hurdle for drilling in Arctic

ANCHORAGE — Royal Dutch Shell’s Arctic drilling program has cleared a major bureaucratic hurdle to begin drilling for oil and gas off Alaska’s northwestern coast… Continue reading

 

Delaney Pearl Scalzi

Delaney Pearl Scalzi was born at 9:43 a.m. May 30, 2014, at South Peninsula Hospital to Jill and Lucas Scalzi. She weighed 9 pounds, 2… Continue reading

 

Homer artist wins museum research grant in Seattle

Homer artist Peter Lind has been awarded a research grant to study Alaska Native art work at the Bill Holm Center for the Study of… Continue reading

 

Homer News reporters Michael Armstrong, left, and McKibben Jackinsky, right, cut the cake at the 50th anniversary party for the Homer News last Thursday at VBS / Specialty Stoves. Former reporter Hal Spence is the background. For more photos, see the Spotted page at homernews.com.-Photo by Meldonna Cody

Homer’s Best Bets

A quick glance at the weather forecast for a Pacific Northwest city calls for a chance of rain, and temperatures in the high 40s and… Continue reading

Homer News reporters Michael Armstrong, left, and McKibben Jackinsky, right, cut the cake at the 50th anniversary party for the Homer News last Thursday at VBS / Specialty Stoves. Former reporter Hal Spence is the background. For more photos, see the Spotted page at homernews.com.-Photo by Meldonna Cody

HEA lineman recovering from electrical accident

A Homer Electric Association lineman was medevaced to Seattle Jan. 8 following an electrical accident. Jacob Adams, 33, of Anchor Point, was at the burn… Continue reading

Andrew Vait performs Jan. 11

Homer-raised and now Seattle-based singer-songwriter Andrew Vait performs with a gallery concert at 7 p.m. Jan. 11 at the Homer Council on the Arts. With… Continue reading

Andrew Vait performs Jan. 11

Homer-raised and now Seattle-based singer-songwriter Andrew Vait performs with a gallery concert at 7 p.m. Jan. 11 at the Homer Council on the Arts. With… Continue reading

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