Story last updated at 1:55 p.m. Thursday, July 18, 2002

20 years ago in the Homer News
A local task force pushing the new Homer High School charges that the borough is dragging its feet on land selection to delay construction a year, and the parties offering to sell the land say they are in the dark about the deal.

Homer District Court Judge James Hornaday announces he will seek re-election to the bench in the fall, despite an earlier announcement that he would retire because of the controversy that arose over his adoption of a stiff, 15-day sentencing policy for first-offense drunk drivers.

--from the issue of July 22, 1982

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