If the May 1 print edition of the of the Homer News had scratch ’n’ sniff ink, an eau de Homer this spring would have a recipe like this:
■ Start with a generous dose of wet dog;
■ Add a sprinkle of sewage sludge;
■ Toss in a dead sea otter;
■ Throw in that yucky black stuff at the botto...
CHUGIAK (AP) - When your new office is located in one of the world's most extreme natural environments, it's nice to have a little help moving in.
The National Park Service recently enlisted the help of the U.S.
The Kenai City Council voted in its Wednesday night meeting to allow city residents who own vacant parcels adjacent to their homes to build accessory structures on the land.
The council passed also several resolutions in its 45-minute meeting.
House Speaker Mike Chenault said he could justify Senate Bill 21 - a North Slope oil tax overhaul recently approved by state lawmakers - by referencing just one slide he saw while working in Juneau this legislative session.