Silverton Mountain Guides Carve Out a Niche In Seward

by Allison Sayer for Seward City News-

Silverton Mountain Guides is in its third year of heli-skiing operations in Seward, bringing skiers from near and far to ski runs with world-class views of Day Harbor and Resurrection…

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CALLING ALL HS STUDENTS!

Interested in fast tracking yourself into a career in the Maritime Industry?
What are you waiting for? Click below for more info!
INTRO TO NAUTICAL SKILLS
YOUNG MARINER TRAINING PROGRAM

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Fish Factor: Getting More Value from Fish, Kodiak Crab Pre-Orders, Habitat Issues

by Laine Welch-

Marketers Rebrand Fish Parts to Increase Sales

State seafood marketers are rebranding fish parts as ‘specialty’ products and mapping a path for millions more dollars in sales.

Alaska’s fisheries produce m…

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Image of Porcupine Herd Travels Cross Country

by Ned Rozell-

There are no photographs of bison spilling by the thousands across the Great Plains. By the time cameras came along, most of the bison were gone. John Wright of Fairbanks believes he has an Alaska version …

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City Council Draws a Crowd: New Lots, Lowell Point Road and Citizen Comments

by Kelley Lane for Seward City News-

Monday night’s Council meeting was well attended by citizens, but barely achieved the necessary quorum of Council Members to proceed, with Council Members Towsley, Slater and Horn, an…

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Movies Friday 1/19 – A Cat In Paris / Marshall

Movies Friday 1/19 – A Cat In Paris / Marshall

Now that we’re back in the swing of things … keep your eyes out around town for FREE TICKETS to movies (that will include a popcorn and bottle of water too). Stay tuned for more information about this great collaboration made possible by a Seward Community Foundation Minigrant – but […]

Diversion Tunnel work continues

Diversion Tunnel work continues

Measure Twice, Cut Once (M2C1) recently installed an impressive staircase by the Diversion Tunnel Waterfall. Work on the Diversion Tunnel has now shifted to the lower end, so the staircase will provide safer access for the workers’ numerous trips to and from the tunnel. To reduce the flow through the […]

Community Choir Rehearsals Begin Thursday!!

If you want to sing, the Seward Community Choir will begin Spring rehearsals this Thursday, the 18th, at the United Methodist Church from 6 to 7:30 PM.  We’re looking forward to a concert in late April, and rehearse each Thursday.  New singers are always welcomed and if you have questions, […]

Cropped image of the Porcupine caribou herd captured in July 2017 by Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Nate Pamperin. Pamerin and others at the agency used the images to count a record number of caribou in 2017, about 218,000. Images courtesy of Nate Pamperin, Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

Image of Porcupine Herd Travels Cross Country

by Ned Rozell- There are no photographs of bison spilling by the thousands across the Great Plains. By the time cameras came along, most of the bison were gone. John Wright of Fairbanks believes he has an Alaska version of what that photo might have been. His image, 12 slide […]

Free Self Defense Class January 30

Free Self Defense Class January 30

Hi Ladies! Please join us for a fun and empowering FREE Self Defense Class on Tuesday, January 30th from 7-9 p.m. at Seward High School (Mat room).  Women and girls, ages 10+ are welcome. Ages 10-18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.  Also, if any men are interested in […]