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Driven by Open Ocean, Arctic Continues to Warm

by Ned Rozell-

NEW ORLEANS — At this gathering of thousands scientists at a horseshoe bend of the lower Mississippi River, a few talked about a place far away they have been watching for years.

“The Arctic shows no si…

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Last Council of the Year Determines 2018 Direction: Animal Shelter, 5 Ton Crane, Electric Line Upgrades

by Kelley Lane for Seward City News-

Monday’s City Council meeting and the work session that preceded it focused on developing legislative priority lists for the State of Alaska and the City of Seward. The state priority…

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Moose Pass Robotics Team Wins Two Awards in Kenai

The Moose Pass FIRST Lego® League Robotics team, the Moosebots, won two awards at the recent Kenai Peninsula Qualifier.  The team won the Robot Award and the Judges Award “Against All Odds.” The competition was held o…

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Fish Factor: Pollock Food Truck, Salmon Habitat, Suits Against Bumblebee and Trump

by Laine Welch-

Trident Boosts Pollock

Alaska pollock is the nation’s largest food fishery, usually producing more than three billion pounds each year. The flaky whitefish dominates in fish sticks, fast food sandwiches an…

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A bright spot on a gray day

A bright spot on a gray day

I  could almost not believe my eyes on this dark and stormy day! The wind was cranking, the waves white-capping and crashing, the rain slashing, and the sky a dismal grayness that merged into the bay. Yet there it was, a bright pink kite sailing in the wind like summertime. […]

Angel Tree Wrapping Party tomorrow (Dec. 16)

Angel Tree Wrapping Party tomorrow (Dec. 16)

Seward Angel Tree Wrapping Party Saturday, December 16 12-2 pm @ Seward Fire Department Join the volunteers of Seward Fire Department tomorrow! You bring the holiday cheer, we’ll bring the wrapping materials, cookies, coffee, and hot chocolate. This is the day we wrap up all the gifts that the generous […]

Northern sea ice off the coast of Alaska. Photo by Ned Rozell.

Driven by Open Ocean, Arctic Continues to Warm

by Ned Rozell- NEW ORLEANS — At this gathering of thousands scientists at a horseshoe bend of the lower Mississippi River, a few talked about a place far away they have been watching for years. “The Arctic shows no sign of returning to the reliably frozen state it was a […]

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey and workshop. Photo by David Guilfoyle

Collaboratively Unearthing the Past

by Katherine Schake- At a unique curve in the Kenai River, known today as a late-season silver salmon ‘hole’ by locals and named for its color, Turquoise Bend has been discovered as an 800-year-old semi-permanent winter village site of the Denai’na. To the Kenaitze Indian Tribe, this site is not […]

Stippled Skulls from Seward High

Stippled Skulls from Seward High

  Seward High Students experimented with stippling – shading with dots  -to create different types of skulls and skeletons!  More art projects here at our blog! Marisa Phasomsap Lincoln Farris   Hailey Freiberg Bekah Christenson Katelyn Lemme Kiersten Cooke Jared Dean Tegan Retzer Fatima Roca Suarez   Callie Tomlinson Reanna […]

Moose Pass Robotics Team: L to R Casey Bryden, Alejandro Sanchez, Francisco Sanchez, Jack Lindquist and Coach Wendy Bryden with trophies

Moose Pass Robotics Team Wins Two Awards in Kenai

The Moose Pass FIRST Lego® League Robotics team, the Moosebots, won two awards at the recent Kenai Peninsula Qualifier.  The team won the Robot Award and the Judges Award “Against All Odds.” The competition was held on Saturday, December 9th at the Aurora Borealis Charter School in Kenai. The team won […]