Photo by Michael Armstrong, Homer News
Harbormaster Bryan Hawkins stands by one of the windows overlooking the harbor in the new Harbormaster’s Office building.

Harbormaster’s Office soon open for business  updated 1:17pm

F or the employees of the Homer Harbor, the job comes with one of the best perks around: a glorious view of the harbor, Kachemak Bay and the glaciers and peaks of the Kenai Mountains.  At the ... Read More

Warm winter effects mixed 04/01/15

Warm thaws are common during coastal winters, but the season was unusual not only for record warmth but also for its persistence and being the second very warm winter in a row. 

The...

Chief on cannabis commission causes concern 04/01/15

A Homer City Council member has questioned the propriety of having the police chief sit as a member on a proposed nine-seat Cannabis Advisory Commission. 

At the council’s March 23...

Business

HEA announces rate increase

Due to the increase in the energy rate and the Cost of Power Adjustment, Homer Electric Association monthly residential service bills will reflect an average increase of nearly $13 starting May 1 — including the first rise in energy rates since 2013. The estimate is based on the average HEA ...

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Arts

More art with April’s First Friday

Now that spring has arrived, it’s not just crocuses popping up around town. New venues also appear this month for First Friday shows, including a twist on the usual opening. At the Homer Elks ...

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Schools

Nikolaevsk’s philosophy: developing global citizens

In 2008, Sata Frolov, a 1991 graduate of Nikolaevsk School, traveled from Oregon for the 40th anniversary of the predominantly Russian Old Believer village east of Anchor Point.  “Always show ...

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Sports

Seldovia wins State

You can call them the Seldovia Sea Otters boys basketball team and you’d be correct. Better yet, and equally correct, they also can be called the 1A State basketball champions. In a final ...

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Outdoors

Bad weather keeping halibut boats tied to dock

Ten days into the 2015 halibut season, prices are beginning to fall slightly, but production is nearly nonexistent, at least in the central Gulf of Alaska, Area 3A. Stormy weather and big tides ...

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