Homer says ‘Yes’ on Ballot Measure 1, but statewide vote favors ‘No’ position 

While early reports from the Alaska Division of Elections showed “yes” votes on Ballot Measure 1 in the lead, within three hours after polls closed on Tuesday and with more than half the precincts ... Read More

16-year-old angler reels in 335-pound halibut 08/20/14

When Jackson Hobbs, 16, begins school in his hometown of Franklin, Idaho, later this month, he’ll have quite a story to share about his summer vacation.

Begich to face Sullivan 08/20/14

A strong showing in Homer by Republican Party U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller surprised almost everybody — everybody except a spirited group of supporters on the lower Kenai Peninsula...

Business

EPA hears from public on proposal to veto Pebble

ANCHORAGE — Two minutes at a time, the Environmental Protection Agency heard directly from Alaskans how they feel about the agency’s proposal to block Pebble mine development. At an Aug. 12 public hearing in Anchorage, 133 attendees testified before EPA Region 10 Administrator Dennis McLerran ...

Read More

Arts

Injured bear inspires book for guide’s sons

“He was a rather large bear,” said Daniel Bunker. “Still, actually, fairly feared by the other bears.”  Bunker, who works for Alaska Hallo Bay Bear Camp, noticed this particular bear last ...

Read More

Schools

Let the school year begin

Kindergarteners filled four classrooms at Paul Banks Elementary School for Tuesday’s beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.  “Very exciting stuff,” said Principal Eric Pederson. “Awesome,” ...

Read More

Sports

Mariners suffer 41-16 attack by Eielson Ravens

Mariner Connor Seay, 24, stays just beyond the Eielson Ravens’ reach in his 84-y

In non-conference action, the Mariners’ first football game of the season on a brand new turf field resulted in a 41-16 loss to the Eielson Ravens. “It was kind of a rough day and didn’t go ...

Read More

Outdoors

Adventurer completes Pacific ocean crossing

She tried three times in three years, but after 3,700 miles, at 8 p.m. last Thursday, British adventurer Sarah Outen paddled her kayak, Krissy, up to the Homer Spit and finished a Pacific Ocean ...

Read More

Opinion

Condo owners not only group treated unfairly in gas line assessments

Kenai Superior Court Judge Charles Huguelet ruled favorably on behalf of business condo owner Ken Castner; the rest of us Homer property owners need to pay attention to the repercussions. The ...

Read More

Spotted at the Homer News

Get Spotted® Homer Alaska

title http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/319323/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/319083/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/318768/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/318673/
title http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/318368/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/317873/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/317838/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/317823/
title http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/317818/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/317813/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/317758/ http://spotted.homernews.com/galleries/317273/


Loading...

CONTACT US

ADVERTISING

SUBSCRIBER SERVICES

SOCIAL NETWORKING

MORRIS ALASKA NEWS