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This spring, I decided to get serious about gardening. By gardening, I mean finding the most hearty, resilient plants I could and sticking them in… Continue reading
The dark sky and pouring rain at Service High School made a fitting backdrop for a championship soccer game riddled with drama and high stakes… Continue reading
After making it further than they ever have before, the Soldotna girls soccer team finished second at the Division II state soccer championships in a… Continue reading
‘I liked how it was small and you got one-on-one contact with the teachers’
The racist messages were carved into the glass windows on a white Ford Bronco.
“Please know that this is not a done deal”
Dozens of people filed into the stands in the Alice Witte Gymnasium to give their comments
When Wasabi’s Bistro just outside of Homer was vandalized with a racist message sometime between last Wednesday night and Thursday morning, some in the Homer… Continue reading
Editor’s note: There are descriptions of racism in this article that may be disturbing to some. Wasabi’s Bistro just outside of Homer was vandalized with… Continue reading
Pebble representatives touted the redesigned project
Several local Homer businesses and food advocates were highlighted throughout the conference.
The residential treatment center could still happen if organization raises funds on its own
An Anchor Point man died this week when his truck crashed near Moose Pass. Alaska State Troopers report that Marc Roderick, 46, died on Wednesday.… Continue reading
After lengthy debate, the Homer City Council seems to have settled on an agreement for how to help fund construction of a residential treatment center… Continue reading
Last week, the members of my team and I came in absolute dead last at trivia night. I normally wouldn’t share this with so broad… Continue reading
Alaska Department of Environmental Control food safety program received complaint
Several high school girls basketball programs in the Southcentral Conference are protesting games that were scheduled against a private school in Anchorage, saying the disparity… Continue reading
The city of Homer is taking a step back after initial steps to help fund a nonprofit that wants to set up a residential treatment… Continue reading
District educators and classified staff have been without a renewed contract since July 1.
A crew member of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Hickory died in an industrial accident on the Homer Spit on Thursday. The man was fatally… Continue reading