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The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management moved forward a proposed oil and gas lease sale in lower Cook Inlet last Friday when it announced the… Continue reading
Signs of hope include more in-person workshops, writers residencies.
From Ginny to Fletcher and all the dogs in between, furry companions provide friendship, healing.
Literary travel book had roots in newspaper series about rural Alaska.
In Christianity, the season of Advent heralds the coming of Christ at Christmas, but it also is a time to reflect upon the darkness of… Continue reading
In the spirit of the 1925 Nome Serum Run, Capt. Curtis Jackson helps deliver medical team, vaccine to remote Alaska village.
Homer artist wants to spotlight marine animals that aren’t well known or well understood.
The show went up on Nov. 6 and continues through Dec. 17.
Homer has 44 new positive cases reported in one day
We hope election of Biden and Harris means the end of bitter, divisive politics, and the rebirth of civility in government and social existence.
David Brame’s new graphic novel will be published in January
Pettibone finds magic in fireweed, other common plants
‘Every eligible vote is going to counted,’ elections spokesperson says
Volunteers in annual Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies program clean up, monitor beaches
‘Shifting Tides’ traveling quilt show explores theme of Pacific Ocean connection
Increase in COVID-19 cases pushes Southern Kenai Peninsula into high-risk category
Update: As of 2:45 pm. OEM has issued an all-clear notice for Homer and the Kenai Peninsula.
Absentee ballots can be mailed or dropped off at Homer City Hall
‘Behind the Mask - Our Stories’ invites people to share experiences
The victim, Keith Huss, 57, was found in Turnagain Pass