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Tuesday Evening 04/23/2024

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A cruise ship will make an impromptu stop in Homer tomorrow morning to give its passengers a moment of respite after almost two weeks at sea. Springtime in Homer is marked by the return of sandhill cranes and various shorebirds. This year, a local dance school is bringing even more birds to the city with a production of “Swan Lake.” A Sterling man was indicted by a federal grand jury last month for a scam involving Covid-19 relief business loans. A new University of Alaska research project will look at the way human-caused climate change will affect fishing, farming and harvesting in the Gulf of Alaska.

Support for the production of the evening news comes from Bay Realty. Bay Realty celebrating 50 years of listing and selling homes, lots, acreage, multi-family, commercial properties and property management in the southern Kenai Peninsula. Learn more and view current listings at or by calling 907-235-6183. Bay Realty, since 1974.

Jamie Diep is a reporter/host for KBBI from Portland, Oregon. They joined KBBI right after getting a degree in music and Anthropology from the University of Oregon. They’ve built a strong passion for public radio through their work with OPB in Portland and the Here I Stand Project in Taipei, Taiwan.Jamie covers everything related to Homer and the Kenai Peninsula, and they’re particularly interested in education and environmental reporting. You can reach them at to send story ideas.