A flock of rock sandpipers scatters after a big wave hit the beach at Mariner Park on the Homer Spit last Saturday. Rock sandpipers return to Kachemak Bay in the fall and can be seen in big groups ... Read More
Some Homer voters celebrated a milestone this week: voting in their first U.S. Presidential election.
At the other age of the spectrum, pioneer Alaskans looked back at a lifetime of voting for presidents — or at least after Alaska became a state.
Despite a number of proposals and public comments in favor, the Board of Fisheries made few changes to the Lower Cook Inlet’s winter saltwater king salmon fishery.
During its final Lower Cook Inlet cycle meeting Saturday in Homer, the board took up a variety of proposals related to the fishery, ...
We as Alaskans are faced with another potential problem. We are not just faced with a man, or woman, or political machine. We are faced with a mine. A mine that has the real possibility of destroying not only an environment and habitat for the natural world, but also a culture.
We have faced ...
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