December 5, 2021

Plaudits for Homer’s police

February 14, 2019

Homer School Resource Officer Quentin Giles recognized the need for a child-safety program in the school district last year and got to work. Giles contacted the National Child Safety Council to get an idea of […]

Classroom fabricates career plan

February 8, 2019

Homer High School junior Taylor Netti used a computer to guide a plasma cutter Tuesday, watching through tinted glasses as the laser cut the words “Homer Blue Pride” into a piece of sheet metal. It’s […]

Press rolls in Homer

January 11, 2019

The top story is on the ski club, an entertainment reporter writes that last year’s favorite song was Happier by Marshmello, and favorite movie was Black Panther, and cafeteria workers would appreciate more pleases and […]

Volunteers go extra mile for rescue dogs

December 9, 2018

Paulette Chandler doesn’t mess around when she’s moving a rescue dog from Knoxville, Tennessee, to Homer. The Tennessee woman works with a network of about 20 people — all volunteers — who will drive a […]

Filling a hole in Homer village

November 29, 2018

What was once a hole on Homer’s Main Street in September is now a three-story structure, but weather has slowed the overall construction of the new building. Not by much, though, as construction will continue […]

Giving kids a boost

November 28, 2018

At Homer School District, families may start getting a postcard sent home highlighting their child’s achievements. Elementary school students will start seeing their accomplishments tracked in a chart that’s posted on the classroom wall. These […]

Mayor: No taxes for Homer dome

June 20, 2018

HOMER — The Homer Village Board got an earful Tuesday as residents questioned the initial secrecy of a plan to build a $30 million sports complex in the village, which the mayor said would be […]

Homer unveils huge sports complex plan

June 14, 2018

HOMER — An indoor sports complex large enough to fit four full-size baseball fields and a hockey arena, as well as a 2-mile walking trail and the county’s only dog park could be coming to […]

New wrinkle doesn’t faze Trojans much

April 5, 2018

The Homer Central boys’ lacrosse team had a new wrinkle thrown at it Wednesday when the Trojans hosted Bishop Ludden-Onondaga on George Butts Field on a windy, chilly night. The Gaelic Knights went to a […]

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