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You know how you’ve done something so long and so often it becomes routine, and yet it still can amaze you? Traveling to Anchorage and… Continue reading
COTL line up includes The English Bay Band, a group that played in 1980
The Seldovia Solstice Festival starts at 11 a.m. today, June 16, with a music jam on the Seldovia Bay Ferry
Event also included dedication of Loved Lost Memorial Bench
Occupants, pets escape without injury fire on Bunnell Avenue
Case prompts police to offer self-defense class for women
Zerbinos markets work through social media with novel products like stickers.
Fire marshal said ‘commercial’ activity in old chapel did not have valid plan review
Burns brings lifetime of wilderness experience to survival series
Every new Alaskan has a bucket list of things they want to check while living here (hopefully, a long time). One subset would be “modes… Continue reading
Take precautions to keep attractants away from bears and give moose and calves space
Ogden, Utah, man knew Murnane when he lived in Homer in 2019
Awards include sweep of COVID-19 reporting category
Erickson’s resolution would have supported ‘No Patient Left Behind Act’
20th Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference returns in new location in downtown Homer.
Fire in semi-tractor trailer destroys mail bound for some Southern Kenai Peninsula towns.
Celebrate Earth Day every day by growing close to nature.
Former Republican running as an undeclared candidate touts civic experience
For the second year in a row, a Marley boy wins the Homer Winter King Salmon Tournament.
Featuring art by youth in kindergarten through high school