Community News – Jan. 6, 2016

Learn to ‘think like a fish’ Learn to identify salmon, where they live in the Kachemak Bay region, what they need to survive, and how they’re important to and caught by people at this fun, free, hands-on discovery lab for all ages. Sponsored by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game Sport Fish Division, the lab […]

Ridin’ the Storm Out


News briefs and announcements – Dec. 30, 2015

Bacterial infection to blame for otter deaths Biologists with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have confirmed that test results on dead otters in Kachemak Bay is due to streptococcus syndrome in most cases, about 82 percent. The bacterial infection, according to USFWS, has killed about 300 otters around Kachemak Bay since summer. Board to […]

Community News – Dec. 30, 2015

Youth programs feature circus arts • Big Top Gallery Circus Skills: taught by Mary Langham, this class meets Thursdays, (plus two bonus Mondays), beginning Jan. 11 and running through March 11. The class is appropriate for those ages 8 and up, and is offered from 3:30-5 p.m. at Homer Council on the Arts. Students will […]

News Briefs and Announcements – Dec. 23, 2015

SPH/Downey open functional medicine clinic South Peninsula Hospital and Dr. Rob Downey announce the opening of a Functional Medicine Clinic in January. Downey has nine years of training and clinical experience in functional medicine, and is working toward certification from the Institute for Functional Medicine. Downey is a board-certified family practice physician, graduating from the […]

Community News – Dec. 23, 2015

Fairbanks teen missing Alexis Kun is 16 years old and missing from the Fairbanks area. She may have traveled out of the area, and  might be in company with a 33-year-old. If you know where Alexis is please call the Fairbanks Police Department immediately at (907)450-6500. She was last seen in the College Road area. […]

Community News – Dec. 16, 2015

Fish on ice Join local ice anglers to learn all about a fun and interesting sport at the seventh-annual Ice Fishing Discovery Lab and Clinic on Friday, Dec. 18. Held from 2-5 p.m. at Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center, this is a free, fun, hands-on indoor lab for all ages. Learn what kinds of […]

Make it rein – Reindeer raise money for charity

By Jenny Neyman Redoubt Reporter For kids visiting Santa, there’s some imagination required. There’s the big guy in the red suit, of course, usually some candy canes and maybe a decorated tree, faux fireplace or prop sleigh adds to the effect. But the bulk of Santa’s magical world – the North Pole, the elves, the […]

Published Events Dec. 16 – Dec. 22

WedDec16 Karaoke with Dax • 10 p.m. The Alibi, 453 East Pioneer Ave. Open Mic with Mikey’s Chair • 8 p.m. Down East Saloon, 3 Mile East End Road, 235-6002. Fried Chicken Dinner Night • Beluga Bar and Grill. 204 Ocean Dr. Loop. 235-5995. Bingo • 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Every […]

Gypsie players

This Henri Ghéon classic play will be performed at the Methodist Church, 6 p.m. Dec. 21. “On the darkest solstice night strolling gypsies seek the light.” This classic play has been performed in thousands of European and American churches, including the Crypt of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Back row from left: Joan Evans as […]

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