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Face masks cripple kids psychologically We are crippling our kids on a psychological level by covering up half their faces while they are at school.… Continue reading
In the movie, “Out of Africa,” a phrase stays with me. Meryl Streep, the main actress, bends down to greet a small African boy, a… Continue reading
Providence Alaska forced to implement crisis standards of care.
We need a real PFD you can bank on with revenue to pay for it, not endless fights and false promises.
Leadership means taking strong positions in Alaskans’ best interests, even in tough times. Alaska certainly is in tough times today. Doing nothing about the fiscal… Continue reading
The tragedy of Sept. 11 brought us together as a nation — and can bring us together again.
Thank you, Captain’s Coffee Dear Editor, My wife and I would like to express our appreciation to Captain’s Coffee for the respect they have shown… Continue reading
We are at month 18 of this worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, and South Peninsula Hospital is just now seeing the levels of patient surge that we… Continue reading
Thanks to all for transit van Dear Homer Community and Youth Supporters Everywhere, The R.E.C. Room wishes to express immense thanks to our community, the… Continue reading
SPH employee vaccination rate not OK I was shocked to learn from hospital spokesperson Derotha Ferraro on a recent COVID briefing that only 68% of South… Continue reading
Grateful for 4h support The 4H Alls would like to thank the local businesses who supported our two Junior Market Livestock (JML) members, Maddy Miotke… Continue reading
There’s excitement in the air at our house and across Alaska. School is coming back. Backpacks, pencils, first-day outfits, plus the joy of meeting new… Continue reading
This month the Homer Foundation has turned 30 years old. For those of us who remember the 1960s, yeah, well, we’ve learned the truth. You… Continue reading
Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! Our district is very excited to have all of our students, staff, and parents back in school after a… Continue reading
Bare faces that can spew coronavirus are OK; bare midriffs are not.
Scholarship help appreciated I would like to publicly thank the family of Damon Dorr and the Homer Emblem Club for awarding me the Damon Dorr… Continue reading
Dearest Granddaughter and Grandson-in-law: I don’t know if you are aware that I lost my beloved brother-in-law, Dwight, on Jan. 30 this year to COVID-19.… Continue reading
Thanks to city for Loved & Lost bench approval Thank you to Homer City Council, the Parks, Art, Recreation and Culture Advisory Commission, and the… Continue reading
Scholarship help appreciated I want to publicly thank the Robinson family for awarding me with the Thelma and Ilse Memorial Nursing Scholarship, which was given… Continue reading
Follow expert advice on how to return to in-school teaching safely and responsibly.