Story last updated at 2:19 p.m. Thursday, December 5, 2002

10 years ago in the Homer News
  • The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly weighs a proposal to limit the number of consecutive terms that may be served by the borough mayor and members of the assembly and school board.

  • Kachemak Bay State Park supporters express cautious optimism that money from an out-of-court settlement with Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. will be used for a park buyback that will save 24,000 acres of virgin spruce from being harvested.

  • Homer police investigate a rash of short-term car thefts, where vehicles are stolen from one part of town and are later recovered elsewhere in town. They attribute the increase in thefts to people being less willing to walk in winter conditions.

    --from the issue of December 3, 1992

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