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Our Town: Homer Stories

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As part of the Homer Big Read 2017, KBBI and Friends of the Homer Library collected stories about “our town,” Homer and the surrounding area. These stories give a brief glimpse into what life is like in Homer, what makes us unique, or defines our experience living here.

You can find our more about the project, and hear all the stories, here

NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

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Scott Waterman joined KBBI in May 2019 as Interim General Manager. For the past 26 years, and until his retirement last year, he served as energy programs manager for the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation. Previously he worked in radio in Alaska. He spent six years at KABN Radio in Big Lake, then managed KIYU Galena, served as program director at KRBD in Ketchikan, and was news editor for APRN in Anchorage. Additionally, he hosted the Ninth Alley blues program on KNBA Anchorage for ten years and consulted in fundraising for KBRW in Utgiagvik (formerly Barrow) and KTNA in Talkeetna. He also assisted KTNA in their initial organization and start up.
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