Every Halloween, the crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Hickory transforms the working ship into a ship of nightmares. And, it’s for a good cause. The only admission the crew charges is canned food for the local food pantry.
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A structure fire yesterday morning destroyed a house in the Diamond Ridge area of Homer. Kachemak Emergency Services responded to the call just after 9 a.m. and were assisted by the Homer and Anchor Point Volunteer Fire Departments and Alaska State Troopers.
Over the weekend, dozens of models and artists joined forces to bring art to clothing. The Bunnell Street Arts Center and the Homer Fiber Arts Collective put together this year’s Wearable Arts show which happened Saturday at Land’s End.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is moving forward with a proposed lease sale in Cook Inlet. BOEM announced last week it plans to undertake the next step in the process, which is to prepare an environmental impact statement in support of the sale.
Conservation groups and businesses from around the state sent a letter to Governor Sean Parnell Monday, October 27th. In it, they ask him to reevaluate his administration’s approach to managing Alaska’s special habitat areas.
On the 20th of October the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District’s Board of Education met for the first time since this year’s municipal elections. Shortly after, KPBS Superintendent Dr. Steve Atwater spoke with KBBI about the board’s current business and issues facing the district.
Nikiski residents are frustrated by a rash of property crimes and the response from law enforcement. One state agency claims there's a larger trend of disenchantment among property crime victims across the state.
The 2014 Rotary Health Fair is coming to Homer. The fair is a chance for residents to get discounted and free medical progress reports.