The Seldovia Village Tribe was awarded a $40,000 dollar grant from the National Park Service for cultural preservation. The grant is part of a national tribal preservation program to fund American Indian, Native Hawaiian and Alaska Native organizations.
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The Cooper Landing public library is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Over the last three decades, it's become a social hub of the small community.
An Alaskan group is touring the state trapping volunteers in full body casts to illustrate the burdens of mental illness. The project’s lead artist hopes to shine a new light on these debilitating conditions and help prevent suicides.
The Alaska LNG Project continues purchasing private and public land in the Nikiski area, as the project continues its pre-engineering and design phase. LNG is liquefied natural gas.
A chef from Homer will be representing Alaska at the 2014 Great American Seafood Cook-Off Saturday. 19 chefs from around the country are heading to New Orleans, Louisiana to compete in front of a panel of celebrity judges.
Alice’s Champagne Palace is a Homer icon. It’s been featured in songs by artists like Ellis Paul and has been a fixture in town lore. It’s been closed for a while but is re-opening soon under new management.
The Homer City Council is taking on the issue of electronic cigarettes. It’s an issue that municipal and state governments across the country are wrestling with. Even the feds aren’t quite sure how to regulate it.
The business of refining oil in Alaska got a little cheaper on July 29. Governor Sean Parnell signed House Bill 287 into law, which provides millions of dollars in tax credits for in-state refineries, including the Tesoro refinery in Nikiski.