So Close

February 13, 2012 | Leave a Comment

By Carson Duggar and Isabelle DeArmoun The Homer Mariner Hockey season ended this past weekend after coming one goal away from doing something no other Homer team has ever done, make it to state. Ranked 6th after the regular season they went into the North Star Conference Region Tournament with one goal in mind, win […]

De-Bone Appétit

February 13, 2012 | Leave a Comment

By Lauren Cashman and Cayenna Anderson Do you aspire to become chef? Or maybe just want to expand your knowledge of cooking? Mrs. Casseri will offer an F.O.L. and after school clinic from February 20th to 24th with French chef Michel Villon. Villon, a French chef residing in Anchorage, has worked in multiple restaurants and […]

Surviving the Storm

February 10, 2012 | 1 Comment

by Gabriel Selbig and Ryan Navrot It hit our small fishing community on the first of February. Relentless through our much sought after four-day weekend. It cancelled events, closed businesses, and immobilized vehicles of all sorts. Indeed, the mad snowstorm of 2012 did not greet Homer welcomingly. Last week’s storm left Kodiak’s Safeway with a […]

A New Approach

February 1, 2012 | Leave a Comment

By Carson Duggar  Students in Mr. Campbell’s AP senior language class got introduced to new tactic of learning. The class embarked on a new task of performing plays. This was a large change from writing essays and reading novels as they had been previously doing in the first semester. Campbell broke his students into five […]

She’s Got Hands

February 1, 2012 | Leave a Comment

By Gabriel Selbig With long legs for running, giant hands for snatching rebounds, and a tall stature just for good measure, Tayla Cabana appears a perfect fit for the sport of basketball. Cabana is in the midst of her sophomore year at Homer High, and she has worked her way up to a starting forward […]

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