Homer Animal Friends is a Homer organization made up of local individuals committed to improving the lives of animals in Homer. From their simple beginnings nearly 30 years ago, HAF has evolved into a 100 percent volunteer, grassroots organization, governed by a board of directors.
When a Homer resident called police to report that his iPhone had been stolen from his vehicle on Bonanza Avenue, he also had something else to tell them – where they could find it.
Troopers responded at about 11:30 p.m. on Nov. 6 to reports of shots being fired at a residence located on Lois Huber Avenue in Anchor Point.
A Homer couple has been indicted on promoting contraband in the first degree; second degree misconduct involving a controlled substance and conspiracy – second degree misconduct involving a controlled substance. All class C felonies.
A preliminary hearing was held at Homer Court last week in the case of Joshua Paul Johnston who is being held at Wildwood Correctional Facility in Kenai in connection with the Tech Connect and Salvation Army burglaries.
McCarron receives merit scholarship Homer graduate and hockey/soccer standout Connor McCarron received the Freshman Tuition Merit Scholarship for the Fall 2013 semester at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo. McCarron is majoring in environmental studies. Library celebrates AK Native Heritage Month In November, Friends of the Homer Public Library will host the 100-Year Celebration of […]
Staff report Homer Tribune Homer police were called to St. John’s Catholic Church on Nov. 5 to reports of breaking glass. When police arrived a man identified as Alen Tucker Blatchford, 67, was observed in front of Pick N Pay on Ohlson Lane. Blatchford admitted breaking the glassware. Officers report that he was hard to […]
Olive True Sackett was born Nov. 6 at 9:35 a.m. to parents Garner Sackett and Jolie Lueth of Homer. Olive weighed seven pounds, 13 ounces. Grand parents are Steve and Lynda Christen of LaCrosse, Wisc., Glenn Sackett of Cooper Landing and Dannette Sackett of Medford, Ore.
Fire Homer Volunteer Fire Department responded to nine EMS calls and one fire call for the week of Nov. 4–10. Kachemak Emergency Services responded to 3 medical emergency calls during the week of Nov. 4 – Nov. 11. Troopers On Nov. 6, at about 1130 hours Alaska State and Wildlife Troopers responded to a reported […]
The following records are cases and records filed in court. Individuals are innocent until proven guilty, and copies of the records are publicly available. Misdemeanor Alen Tucker Blatchford, 67, two counts of second-degree criminal trespass; violated conditional release. William Christopher Nipp, 23, driving under the influence. Vladimir Polushkin, 38, commercial fishing in closed period. Andre […]