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Voters approved the bag ban with 748 yes votes to 406 no votes.
Athletic programming has come to and end for a few different reasons.
The meeting opened with invocation from the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
For the two years I’ve lived in Homer, I’ve managed just two trips across Kachemak Bay that haven’t been work related. If I keep up… Continue reading
The 16th annual Homer Documentary Film Festival begins Thursday.
Several people commented that the current model for health care is not working for many teachers.
Ugashik “ Uggy” and Charley Fritz were found neglected by their mothers.
Caribou Lake Fire continues to grow slowly
Swan Lake Fire team will take over fire administration
The Kenai Central football team has once again established itself as one of the teams to beat on the Kenai Peninsula, though the Kards are… Continue reading
Our peninsula fair is a great peninsula fair.
Festival organizers and volunteers brought activist and advocacy workers to the stage as well.
McKenzie Cook, a wrestler at Homer High School, took first place in her weight class last week at the 2019 U.S. Marine Corps Junior and… Continue reading
A Maryland man is dead and his child is in critical condition
Dunleavy eliminated $2.7 million in state funding for public broadcasting.
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.