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Daniel Hasche posing with a thumbs up. Hasche is a candidate for the 2023 Homer city council election
Courtesy of Daniel Hasche
Four people are running to fill two seats on Homer’s city council. Daniel Hasche is a first time candidate in this year’s election. Jamie Diep talked to Hasche about his reasons for running and plans for if he’s elected.
  • A brightly colored rock greenling recently caught by a Homer fisherman
    Joe Chmeleck
    A fisherman in Homer recently reeled in a fish that has caught the attention of researchers and scientists from around the world. The brightly colored rock greenling, which has drawn comparisons to Dr. Seuss’s “One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish” is not as rare as it seems.
  • Riley Board
    A petition with more than 4,000 signatures is calling on DOT to stop its use of salt brine on Kenai Peninsula roads. They say the brine is corrosive to vehicles and dangerous, but DOT officials say they're not considering removing the substance from roads entirely.
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Jamie Diep talks to Daniel Hasche, a first time candidate in this year’s city council election. Since this summer, a cohort of Kenai Peninsula drivers and auto workers have been vocal with their concerns about salt brine, a liquid deicing treatment the Department of Transportation uses on roads. Two people were arrested over the weekend in Fairbanks related to a fake jewelry scam.