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From Uzintun to lands north of Niqnalchint, Indigenous place names honor First Peoples
Phillips honored for role as mentor, leader and volunteer
Brother Asaiah Bates statue had to move after previous location changed ownership
Gatherings, protests and demonstrations have been held in Alaska from Anchorage to Haines to Bethel.
The first tastes of spring for me are rhubarb, fresh-caught fish from Kachemak Bay and chives.
Though the annual Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival was canceled along with so many other events in light of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the festival organizers… Continue reading
Run by faith-based Mat-Su organization, services have been long time coming
Lee John Henry is accused of the 2013 killing of Mark Matthews.
2019 winner will be the last in a long history.
Some people asked pointed questions and someone blew an air horn.
Fire officials delivered some positive news about two lower Kenai Peninsula wildfires.
Caribou Lake Fire continues to grow slowly
Swan Lake Fire team will take over fire administration
Both fires threaten homes and cabins in areas north and east of Homer.
Country musician Zac Brown was one of a handful of people seeking to remove the easement.
EMTs and firefighters arrived at about 4:20 p.m. to find the Subaru engulfed in flames.
If you look way back in Homer’s history, back to last century, back before statehood, back all the way to November 1948, you’d see the… Continue reading
While federal fisheries are expected to open on time despite the ongoing partial shutdown of the government, there will be effects on fisheries in Alaska.… Continue reading
Heading into his 19th year as a state senator, Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, has some advice for Homer’s newest legislator, Rep.-elect Sarah Vance. She’s the… Continue reading
The Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District is hosting the upcoming Industry Outlook Forum next month. The Jan. 9 forum is an all-day event that will… Continue reading