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Biology students at Homer High School recently proved meaningful research can be completed whether the participants are gathered in one room or not.
In the spirit of the 1925 Nome Serum Run, Capt. Curtis Jackson helps deliver medical team, vaccine to remote Alaska village.
Juneau played reluctant host to the country’s first adverse reaction on Tuesday.
South Peninsula Hospital started offering vaccines to residents and front-line staff on Thursday
Proposal to phase out Tutka Bay Lagoon Hatchery draws ire
Fish and Game repeals ban that kept them out of critical habitat areas
Board members have been appointed and transfer of assets is next
The Alaska SeaLife Center recently overcame major financial setbacks spurred by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Fishermen, processors, elected officials warn of devastation to the fishery.
Fishermen, processors take issue with option to close waters to commercial fishing
“They are coming.”
City manager authorized to negotiate Homer Spit lease with Salmon Sisters
Bob Letson led several expansions, improvements in nearly 10 years in Homer
Still more to come.
‘Every eligible vote is going to counted,’ elections spokesperson says
Mask now so businesses stay open later, they say.
Absentee ballots can be mailed or dropped off at Homer City Hall
Homer High School remains open to in-person learners
Ballot measure to create service area for Ninilchik, Anchor Point passes
The victim, Keith Huss, 57, was found in Turnagain Pass