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Last year in Homer, a warm, dry spring gave way to a very damp, gray summer. For Paul Castellani of Will Grow Farm, handling whatever the weather brings is business as usual. He and his wife Jen have been growing vegetables at their property near Anchor Point for two decades.
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The new chicken ordinance, which will come before the Kenai City Council again next month, revives a twice-defeated debate about keeping hens on small private parcels within city limits.
A bus station in Ninilchik has the potential to become a small Native reservation — but the state of Alaska is pushing back. A lawsuit playing out in Juneau could impact the Ninilchik tribe’s bid for sovereignty and protection of its bus services.
While statewide trends show increased precipitation over the past 50 years, a recent report offers insights into the distinct changes Homer and Seldovia may face; the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education has upheld the district’s decision to fire Matt Fischer, a Soldotna physical education teacher who was let go in December following a years-long insurance dispute; and it's First Friday in Homer!
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