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Demarqus Green, 23, is lead out of the Homer Courtroom by a corrections officer after being convicted of second-degree murder in the shooting of Demain Sagerser on July 7, 2012, at Sagerser's Stariski Creek home.

Green found guilty of second-degree murder 

After three days of deliberation, a Homer jury on Thursday afternoon found Demarqus Green, 23, of Anchorage, guilty of second-degree murder in the death of Demian Sagerser, then 40. Green had ... Read More

Murder trial goes to jury to deliberate 05/20/15

Demarqus Green killed Demian Sagerser.

On the night of July 7, 2012, Green, 23, pulled a 9 mm Smith and Wesson semiautomatic pistol on Demian Sag- erser, then 40, at Sagerser’s Stariski...

Police to teens: Be wise with smart tech 05/20/15

“Public and permanent.”

That’s the catch phrase Homer Police Sgt. Ryan Browning kept repeating in a talk on digital con- sciousness he did last month at Homer High School health and...

Business

Seward develops marine infrastructure

The City of Seward hopes to break ground on its new harbor and breakwater in October, provided it can get a contractor in time. The in-water infrastructure will be the backbone of the Seward Marine Industrial Center that will someday take advantage of several hundred acres of city-owned uplands, ...

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Arts

Arts in Brief

Saulitis reads from new poetry book Homer poet Eva Saulitis reads from her new poetry collection, “Prayer in Wind,” at 7:30 p.m. today at Bunnell Street Arts Center. The book jacket describes her work as “prayer poems, forged out of a solitary confrontation with death, take a reader not out of, ...

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Schools

Homer High seniors graduate with style - and resiliency

They wore XtraTuf boots, high heel shoes, sneakers and slippers. They decorated their mortarboards with stuffed animals, religious symbols and greetings. One senior wrote, “Four years for a piece ...

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Sports

Softball team raises money for cancer, whips Kodiak

The Mariners softball team partnered with Kodiak to participate in The StrikeOut Cancer Games last week. The event not only raised cancer awareness among the players, but also meant some good ...

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Outdoors

Let the fishing begin

The rumors are true, folks. The staff of Reeling ’Em has signed on for another summer of profound and incisive reporting about fish enabled topics.  It may get braggadocios because this year ...

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Opinion

Alaskans will suffer with this budget cut

What does the $1.5 million taken from our budget mean to Alaska’s Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Prevention Work? When Gov. Bill Walker called the Alaska Legislature back into session, the ...

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