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Pioneer Potluck: About homestead living

Broccoli with cheese sauce, moosemeat meat loaf, baked vegetables

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The only thing green I had eaten in five days was mint chip ice cream.

Minister’s Message: Lots of light!

When Jesus declared, “I am the light of the world,” it was spiritual light he was emphasizing.

Anglers fish at the Nick Dudiak Fishing Lagoon on Saturday, June 15, 2019, at the Homer Spit in Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News)
Reeling ‘Em In: Bobber snaggers have skills of bread mold

A look at the southern peninsula’s fishing conditions

Pioneer Potluck: A tribute to our dad, John. M. McClure Sr.

Halibut enchiladas, halibut honey mustard fingers, angel food pineapple dessert

Peninsula Clarion publisher Jeff Hayden (left) congratulates Greg Harrington on 15 years of work at the newspaper. (Photo by Joey Klecka/Peninsula Clarion)
Ad salesman Greg Harrington celebrates 15 years at the Clarion

When he’s not working within the community, Greg is enjoying Alaska with his wife and stepdaughter.

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Unhinged Alaska: The conundrum

My fishing buds religiously turn on the guy who gets a bite and misses it or, dare I say, loses it.

Reeling ‘Em In: Blackmouths getting bigger at Fishin’ Hole

Things are much better this season compared to the last go around

Minister’s Message: Cleansing our lives

Is our life honoring to God’s holiness, or are we sullying God’s holiness?

Pioneer Potluck: Measuring distance in Alaska and hosting summer potlatches

Smoke salmon cream cheese dip, salmon pot pie, salmon salad, broccoli bacon salad

Homer News Editor Michael Armstrong, left, is presented with an award from Publisher Jeff Hayden. (Photo provided by the Homer News)
Homer News editor celebrates 20 years

Michael joined the Homer News team in 1999