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The first part of a two-part collection of humorous tales gleaned from old newspapers on the central Kenai Peninsula.
Keep spooky creatures at bay with garlic-infused shells and pepper sauce.
When I stopped in at one of our local stores, I didn’t cringe when I saw all the holiday decorations on display.
Get creative with what’s in your pantry
Her long career had come to an end at last.
The S.S. Dora touched lives on and became part of the history of the Kenai Peninsula and Southcentral Alaska.
The Dora traveled from the West Coast to Southeast Alaska, to Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet, to Bristol Bay and the Aleutian Islands, and occasionally all the way to Nome.
Dog whispers we are not. Suckers for unconditional love, you bet.
If I’m honest, this time of year is the hardest for me mentally and emotionally.
“The Office” star Kate Flannery cast in feature film produced in Homer.
Art center open call offers space for new artists.
My recipe is for old-fashioned doughnuts, and since I make these maybe twice a year, I don’t skimp on the sugar and fat.
You rallied and kept us alive. Today, we’re writing to say thank you.
The days are shorter. We are losing nearly six minutes a day. It’s getting colder.
When I was very young, my mother would make me tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches on days when I was feeling down.
Nikiski Senior Center gets addition to dining room.
The exhibit caps a yearslong effort to identify a locally sustainable way to reduce or capture carbon emissions
Chuseok, a traditional Korean harvest festival, dates to antiquity and pays homage to Korea’s ancient farming roots.
I have sometimes wondered if I did, in fact, squander my youth.
Homer Documentary Film Festival returns with COVID-19 precautions and a solid line up of films.