Thursday May 16
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Road work begins as snow finally recedes
Josh Holly, of Specialty Excavators, shows Konstantin Reutov, a 16-year-old Kachemak-Selo student, around an excavator on April 30 during the Alaska Construction Career Day at the Soldotna Sports Center in Soldotna.
Police report - May 8
Fire Kachemak Emergency Services responded to one medical emergency call during the week of April 29 - May 5th.
Can birding save the world? Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival keynote...
By Naomi Klouda Homer Tribune The laundry list of complaints people tend to worry about would all go away if only they would take up birding.
Graduates lining up for commencement at KBC
From GEDs to master's degrees, 32 students will be honored at the May 8 commencement ceremony of Kachemak Bay Campus, Kenai Peninsula College, University of Alaska Anchorage.
Police report - May 1
Fire Kachemak Emergency Services responded to four medical emergency calls and one fire call during the week of April 22-28. Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to seven emergency medical service calls and two fire calls for the week of April 22-28. Anchor Point Fire and EMS responded to 5 medical calls and two fire calls the week of April ... (more)
Art for toddlers goes day care
While Mom gets to her doctor's appointment, she drops off her daughter for a one-hour art lesson.
FYI News briefs & announcements - April 24
Homer Electric Association will provide public tours of its new Nikiski Combined Cycle Conversion Project from 1-4:30 p.m. on May 1. Tours will be 30 minutes long and provide the public an opportunity to get an up close look at the new power generation facility.
Community News - April 24
On Thursday, Sierra Hargett completed a project on major land forms. A Homer Flex student, she opted to make a cake of Alaska that showed many of its mapping features.