Story last updated at 3:15 p.m. Thursday, May 16, 2002

20 years ago in the Homer News
  • The city of Seward is looking for ways to secede from the Kenai Peninsula Borough. The dissatisfaction is rooted in geography, a different outlook and what East Peninsula residents see as a history of neglect.

  • Two llamas have arrived at the farm of Kim and Gordon Terpening and more are awaiting approval to be imported. The South American animals are expected to be used as pack animals for hikers in the Kachemak Bay region.

    <> from the issue of May 13, 1982

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