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Homer writer Nancy Lord has won the Alaska Center for the Book 2014 Literary Award.
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If you take a walk through Jo Going's art exhibit Reliquary at the Pratt Museum, prepare for a paradigm shift.
Not that the Betster actually saw it, but observant citizens reported that last weekend tents covered every square foot of beach above the high-tide line on the Spit.
Plastic can take up to 1,000 years to "biodegrade" in a landfill . Aluminum cans: 200-500 years.
Mako Haggerty, who represents the southern peninsula on the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, dresses for the occasion in the Homer parade.
Throw a monkeyfist-knotted rope in the Homer Harbor, and odds are you'll hit a Tolman skiff.
The Alaska Marine Conservation Council has the perfect solution. The AMCC is partnering with Naknek Family Fisheries through its Catch of the Season Community Supported Fishery program and offering 10- and 25-pound boxes of Bristol Bay sockeye salmon.
Just for the Halibut. I'm sure, if you have been around a halibut community, you have heard this phrase before.
For the last 32 years, environmental and biological science teacher Sheryl Sotelo has been inspiring youth to discover the world around them.
Photo provided Halibut Cove Live, hosted at Quiet Place Lodge, features a host of culinary delights and world-class musicians playing live jazz and bluegrass on a floating stage.
With First Friday in July falling on Independence Day, some Homer galleries have chosen to hold art openings on Saturday so as not to conflict with the Pioneer Avenue parade, making it a First Weekend full of art.
One of the things I like best about Homer is that friends can disagree and remain friends.
The 5 p.m. July 15 deadline to become a one-year commission candidate for drafting a charter making Homer a home-rule city on the Oct. 7 ballot is less than two weeks away.
With three Republican Party candidates fighting to oppose him in the general election, Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, visited Homer and Seldovia last weekend as part of a grassroots campaign laying the groundwork for the November election.
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 06:24 am
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