Seward Business Network - Fall Kick-Off Meeting

Are you a local business owner or manager, or are you interested in becoming more involved in the Seward area business community? Join the Seward Business Network this Thursday, September 20th at 8 am at the Breeze Inn for ou…

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Leonard A. Benjamin

Dillon, Montana- Leonard A. Benjamin (80) died of natural causes on September 11 th , 2018; at his home
outside Dillon. His ceremony will be a private memorial at his beloved family cabin in the mountains
above Lima, Montan…

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Sandhill Cranes!

This evening around 7:30 I heard the joyous bugling of Sandhill Cranes. Looking up, high in the blue sky, I saw an enormous bow of Cranes undulating across the sky. They had flown over the Harding Icefield and Mount Marathon,…

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Icebreaker Healy visits Seward

The USCGC Healy sailed into port on September 2. The 420′ ship is the Coast Guard’s largest vessel, and also the largest  and most technologically advanced United States icebreaker. <https://www.pacificarea.uscg.mil/Our-Or…

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Why We Live Here (part 1)

The Inishmaan, home port Moose Pass, graced Resurrection Bay on a recent windy afternoon, sails billowing in the breeze.

The unusual name means “middle island” in Irish Gallic, from the Aran Islands in Galway Bay.

Carol…

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Recent News & Information

Nightly Lodging Work Session 6 pm September 18

Community Development Planner Jackie Wilde gave a very illuminating presentation on Seward’s booming short term rental businesses to the City Council on August 27, 2018. http://history.cityofseward.net/weblink/0/doc/23059/Page1.aspx Data received by Harmari, a lodging audit company, showed 197 short term rental businesses in Seward city limits, but only 111 are currently licensed. […]

Sunny, summery, Seward evenings

Sunny, summery, Seward evenings

As mountain shadows crept up Mt Alice and the Resurrection Peninsula last week, a cruise ship departed down the bay full of visitors. A pair of kayaks paddled in the shadow, stroking home to Seward. Then, just as dusk descended, a fat-tired plane skimmed along the shoreline, heading back to […]

Seward Business Network – Fall Kick-Off Meeting

Seward Business Network – Fall Kick-Off Meeting

Are you a local business owner or manager, or are you interested in becoming more involved in the Seward area business community? Join the Seward Business Network this Thursday, September 20th at 8 am at the Breeze Inn for our Fall Kick-off Meeting! All are welcome! Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/events/265835304256369/. The […]

Leonard A. Benjamin

Leonard A. Benjamin

Dillon, Montana- Leonard A. Benjamin (80) died of natural causes on September 11 th , 2018; at his home outside Dillon. His ceremony will be a private memorial at his beloved family cabin in the mountains above Lima, Montana. He is survived by Joye Benjamin, Dillon, Montana; children; daughter, Bonny […]

Resurrection Roadhouse Now Hiring Executive Chef

RESURRECTION ROADHOUSE NOW HIRING EXECUTIVE CHEF *This 10-month position is eligible for health insurance, 401k, vacation, holiday and sick time* PURSUE THE ADVENTURE IN ALASKA! Live & work in the Land of the Midnight Sun! Location: Seward, AK / Seward Windsong Lodge Experience: Experience required Start Date: January 2, 2019 […]

Sandhill Cranes!

Sandhill Cranes!

This evening around 7:30 I heard the joyous bugling of Sandhill Cranes. Looking up, high in the blue sky, I saw an enormous bow of Cranes undulating across the sky. They had flown over the Harding Icefield and Mount Marathon, and kept a steady course heading east over Mt Alice […]

Icebreaker Healy visits Seward

Icebreaker Healy visits Seward

The USCGC Healy sailed into port on September 2. The 420′ ship is the Coast Guard’s largest vessel, and also the largest  and most technologically advanced United States icebreaker. <https://www.pacificarea.uscg.mil/Our-Organization/Cutters/cgcHealy/> She sailed majestically down the bay on September 7, 2018 after a week in Seward. Bon voyage! Carol Griswold  

Why We Live Here (part 1)

Why We Live Here (part 1)

The Inishmaan, home port Moose Pass, graced Resurrection Bay on a recent windy afternoon, sails billowing in the breeze. The unusual name means “middle island” in Irish Gallic, from the Aran Islands in Galway Bay. Carol Griswold

Public Health Nurse coming

Public Health Nurse coming

A  Public Health Nurse is in Seward twice a month, the next time is September 18-20 Call now to make an appointment 907-335-3400 or 1800-770-4871. Fees are on Sliding Fee Scale, No one is turned away due to inability to pay or insurance status. Services Available * Well Child Exams for […]

Seward Homeless Connection Meeting

Seward Homeless Connection Meeting

All are welcome to a Homeless Connection Meeting for concerned citizens seeking compassionate understanding, and solutions for those experiencing housing instability in Seward.  Sponsored by the Seward Prevention Coalition. ►Define mission and mission statement ►Update on Laundry/Shower initiative ►Explore and review sample surveys ►Next steps… SEPT.11.2018 6.00 pm / 8.00 […]

SBCFSA Special Meeting Notice

The Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area board will hold a special meeting Thursday, September 13th  beginning at 6:00 pm at the KPB Seward Annex office in Sea View Plaza at 302 Railway Ave, Suite 122. Public is welcomed. The special meeting topics are Japanese Creek & Dieckgraeff Road Short-Term Mitigation. […]

BOOK SIGNING WITH BETTY ARNETT

BOOK SIGNING WITH BETTY ARNETT

Anchorage storyteller and author, Betty Arnett, will be in Seward for book signings and a meet-and-greet. The Seward Community Library Association, aka Friends of the Seward Library, is sponsoring Betty’s visit. Arriving in Seward, Alaska, from Tennessee, Betty started her volunteer service at the Jesse Lee Home for children as […]