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A record number of sockeye salmon passed through the sonar on the Kasilof River on Wednesday; summer tourists have been the primary drivers of Homer's local economy and lodging options for decades, but many local homes are only available for short-term leases, which essentially makes it impossible for people looking for longer-term affordable housing to find it; and there are many ways to learn about the history and culture of Homer, especially in the summer. One way is the Homer Harbor tour which has been going on since the mid-1990s.

The production of the local evening newscast is made possible by the generous support of Duncan House Diner and Bay Realty.

In 2019, Hope moved to Unalaska/Dutch Harbor to work for Alaska's Energy Desk and KUCB — the westernmost public radio newsroom in the country. She has lived, worked and filed stories from California, New York, Bolivia, Peru, Cuba and Alaska.