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Brother Asaiah Bates statue had to move after previous location changed ownership
For veteran members of the Homer High School hockey team, Saturday’s ASAA First National Cup Hockey State Championship game might have caused a case of… Continue reading
This includes the 5 positions already slated for the new Western Emergency Services
Public comments accepted through March 4
The resolution would allow the assembly to use available Fiscal Year 2021 funds to add a total of 15 positions.
The boards usually meet once a month from September through May.
Close contacts have been quarantined; school schedule not interrupted
In their weekend of hockey in a shortened season, the Homer Mariners split two games, winning against the Kenai Kardinals before falling to the Soldotna… Continue reading
Borough’s legal department says more time is needed for proper transfer
When I first saw my turn in the rotating schedule for writing this column would fall on New Year’s Eve, my mind jumped to a… Continue reading
Peninsula Clarion columnist Victoria Petersen and Homer News reporter Megan Pacer team up to make the traditional hand pie.
State Parks extends deadline for bids to provide boat launch service at Deep Creek, Anchor River
Biology students at Homer High School recently proved meaningful research can be completed whether the participants are gathered in one room or not.
South Peninsula Hospital started offering vaccines to residents and front-line staff on Thursday
Proposal to phase out Tutka Bay Lagoon Hatchery draws ire
Fish and Game repeals ban that kept them out of critical habitat areas
Board members have been appointed and transfer of assets is next
The Alaska SeaLife Center recently overcame major financial setbacks spurred by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Fishermen, processors, elected officials warn of devastation to the fishery.
Fishermen, processors take issue with option to close waters to commercial fishing