Findlay Farenorth Kilcher was born November 24 at 5:50 a.m. He was seven pounds, 5.9 ounces. His parents are Eivin and Eve Kilcher. His paternal grandparents are Otto Kilcher and Sharon McKemie-Bauer. His maternal grandparents are Craig and Dena Matkin.
Fire Kachemak Emergency Services responded to three fire calls and one emergency medical call during the week of Nov. 18-24. Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 EMS calls and no fire calls for the week of Nov. 18-23. Anchor Point Fire & EMS responded to four medical calls and two fire calls the week […]
The following records are cases and records filed in court. Individuals are innocent until proven guilty, and copies of the records are publicly available. Felony Johnathan Robert Hise, 23, four counts of second degree forgery; four counts of fraudulent use of an access device; second degree theft. Dylan C. Adkins, 24, first degree vehicle theft; […]
Dorothy “Dotty” Webster Dorothy Webster of Homer died at South Peninsula Hospital on Nov 20, 2013 with her niece, Susannah Webster at her side. Dotty was born Aug. 19, 1936 in Conway, N.H., and grew up in Medfield, Mass. and East Conway, N.H. with her two sisters, Jean and Patricia and her brother David. She graduated […]
At approximately 11:30 a.m. the entire Kenai Peninsula lost power. Homer Electric Association had two units trip at Nikiski which in turn caused Bradley and Cooper Lake units to trip off-line. Chugach customers in Girdwood and south are included in this outage.
Homer Electric Association is beginning to restore power to the Kenai Peninsula following a Peninsulawide outage earlier today. Restoration to all members is expected to be completed by mid-afternoon.
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A Homer man who was acquitted in 2008 for shooting and killing a man in Old Town Homer has been charged with two counts of third-degree assault for allegedly hitting a neighbor with brass knuckles and stabbing him with a switchblade.
Staff report Homer Tribune Second-degree theft and tampering with physical evidence charges for Patrick Joseph Delumeau, 20, have been dismissed in relation to a Tech Connect burglary on Oct. 21 and $4,500 in electronic equipment stolen. Delumeau, of Anchor Point, is currently on parole/probation relating to a previous second-degree theft conviction. Delumeau told police, after […]
Homer’s most recent dance with home rule status isn’t its first. As signatures are gathered around town in favor of creating a charter commission, a few longtime residents noted recently that Homer has been here before.
New restrooms at two Pioneer Avenue locations mark just a few of the capital projects the City of Homer is wrapping up this month. These and several other projects were funded by Alaska’s cruise ship passenger tax, allocated to individual communities through the capital budget and the Alaska Department of Transportation.
Dave Brann’s sense of adventure and love of the natural world began during his youth, growing up in Maine. Today, at 67, he shows no signs of slowing down.
During his junior year at Farmington State Teachers College in Maine, Brann hitchhiked from Montreal to Fairbanks, and from Fairbanks to Homer and Seward. To make money, he worked fighting forest fires in British Columbia and digging ditches in Fairbanks.