Story last updated at 3:09 p.m. Thursday, December 12, 2002

10 years ago in the Homer News
The Kenai Peninsula Borough school board voted 6-1 to remove a controversial reference book on sex, "Changing Bodies, Changing Lives," from the district's libraries.

Stacey Smith, a 13-year-old Homer girl, joins the boys wrestling team. She hasn't been allowed to compete in tournament matches, but she beat a boy in an exhibition match at the Homer Invitational.

A California couple buys the John Cabot Co. fish processing plant in Seldovia. They plan on reopening the plant providing 30-40 jobs for the area.

-- from the issue of Dec. 10, 1992


  • 3482 Landings St.
  • (907) 235-7767
  •  Fax: (907) 235-6571
  • View the Staff Directory
  • or Send feedback