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Cook Inletkeeper, the Homer-based water conservation nonprofit, recently met to discuss home energy efficiency retrofits as part of its “local solutions” series. Research for a new hydroelectric project in Bristol Bay is underway. A Soldotna woman was arrested earlier this week for shooting through a neighbor’s window while trying to break up a dog fight outside her house, according to Alaska State Troopers.

The production of the local evening newscast is made possible by the generous support of  Bay Realty, listing and selling homes, lots, acreage, multi-family, commercial properties and property management in the southern Kenai Peninsula since 1974.

Josh is a graduate of the University of Nebraska with a degree in communications and broadcasting, and a Certified Audio Engineer through the Society of Broadcast Engineers. At 13, he got his first taste for public radio when he interned at KBBI, an experience that shaped his career. Josh returns to Homer after twelve years with Classical 90.7 KVNO, in Omaha, Nebraska, where he was senior audio engineer and production coordinator. Previously he was station manager/general manager of KUHB-FM, St. Paul, Alaska, in the Pribilof Islands.