Story last updated at 1:29 p.m. Thursday, May 9, 2002

20 years ago in the Homer News
  • The rental crunch is getting worse. This year it started in December and there is no cure in sight. But the sign remains the same: "No vacancy." Homer is experiencing a zero percent vacancy rate.
  • Distribution of Gideon Bibles to Homer school children has raised complaints with a school principal and the administration. It has resulted in a lawsuit being filed against the district. At the time the Gideon Society handed out copies of the New Testament at Paul Banks Elementary on April 21 only one parent objected. Since then a half dozen complaints have surfaced. <> from the issue of May 6, 1982

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