Local Literature with Doug Capra Come to the Seward Community Library & Museum and check out a copy of Robert Lund’s The Alaskan! On Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 3-5pm in the Community Room. Come discuss a book that was written in Seward and hear a short program by local […]
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Home School Lunch Bunch at the Seward Community Library & Museum Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 12:30-1:30 All ages are welcome! Bring a sack lunch, a book to discuss, and come ready to learn about Women’s History Month!
Sunday, March 25th, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm Cooper Landing Community Hall Kenai Peninsula Bee Keeper Sarah Souder of Sarah’s Alaska Honey (www.alaskahoney.com) will be offering a Bee Keeping Class thru Cooper Landing Community Schools. This class is $20 per person, or $30 per couple. It runs 3-4 hours and […]
The Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area board will hold a regular board meeting at 6:00 pm, on Monday, April 2nd at the KPB Seward Annex office in Sea View Plaza at 302 Railway Ave, Suite 122. Public is welcomed. The meeting agenda and packet can be found on the website at www.kpb.us/service-areas/sbcfsa/sbcfsa-meetings. For more information, contact the […]
Join us at the Seward Community Library & Museum on Friday, March 23rd and Saturday, March 24th between noon and 5:00 PM at the museum reading table. Make your own paper bag raven puppet! Admission to the museum is free, and all supplies are provided. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org […]
The Seward State Parks Citizens Advisory Board has noticed an increasing interest in accessibility for all state park users. To help meet the needs of all outdoor enthusiasts, the Board seeks public input on a year-round accessible public use cabin near the lower parking lot at Lowell Point State Recreation […]
Please join us for our monthly meeting this Tuesday, March 20 at 6:30pm at the elementary school library.
Pursuant to Seward City Code 2.10.030 (2), this is to serve as the written notice calling a Special City Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. for the purpose of: Presentation On Sewer Tariff Historical Rate Problem, Water Tariff Classification Issue, And Plan To Retroactively Revise Feb 2018 Electric […]
Editor’s Note: This article on Opportunity Zones has been edited slightly for content before publication. by Curtis W. Thayer- While we’ve heard quite a bit about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, it’s possible that you didn’t hear about one section that may prove to be one of the […]
Dear Seward Citizen, As a customer of Shoreside Petroleum/Petro Marine purchasing both heating fuel for your home and gasoline for your car, I want to personally thank you for your business. The Tug “One Cure” and Barge “Zidell Marine #277” are both state of the art vessels and incorporate the […]
This month’s “Fourth Thursdays: Our History” program at the Seward Community Library Museum on Thursday, March 22 will feature Lee Poleske, historian and former director of the Seward Museum. For his 7 pm program, Poleske will look into the various ways people utilized the Iditarod Trail during the summer months. […]
by Laine Welch- Get Ugly “It’s what’s on the inside that counts” is the message Alaska crab marketers are pushing to encourage their customers to put appearances aside. “We’re telling them to Get Ugly,” said Tyson Fick, executive director of the trade group, Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers, speaking of the new […]
The Zidell Marine 277 double-hulled tanker barge parked in the bay the last few days is less than a year old but already has an interesting story. It was launched on June 16, 2017, the 277th and last barge built by Zidell Marine in Portland, Oregon. The massive barge is […]
A message from the Alaska State Troopers- Have a Shamrockin’ Good Time! (ANCHORAGE, Alaska) – We don’t have to tell you St. Patrick’s Day is Saturday. We know a whole bunch of Alaskans are ready for the festivities to kick off and we hope you have a great time! However, the Alaska […]
Scholarship opportunity is currently available for Seward-area students, ages 16 to 21, who have been schooled in or near Seward for at least two years and have their own current library card. Applicants for this scholarship must do more than fill out a form. He or she must also demonstrate […]
“Don’s Dog” is an essay by Michael Hankins. Mr. Hankins grew up in Alaska and graduated from East High School in Anchorage in 1972. He wrote this essay out of a desire to share his experiences with the current Seward community, and for his children and grandchildren to learn about his early […]
Community Book Club is this Saturday! March 17 @ 11am in the Meeting Room. Come discuss The Eternal Wonder by Pearl S. Buck and pick up April’s book, The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood. Bring a dish to share.
by Ned Rozell- Marked by metal cones and a clear-cut swath 20 feet wide, Alaska’s border with Canada is one of the great feats of wilderness surveying. The boundary between Alaska and Canada is 1,538 miles long. The line is obvious in some places, such as the Yukon River valley, […]
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