Crazy Snowfall Picture Contest Feb. 2017 Entries

Below is a preliminary slideshow list of entries for our Crazy Snowfall Contest so far. Keep in mind that submissions will be accepted until midnight on February 28, and we will pick a winner on March 1. Feel free to leave co…

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Why Seward Has a Waterfront Campground & How It Works

The first time we came to Seward, we camped in a small backpacking tent at the Seward Waterfront Park and Campground. It was October 2015, chilly and the rain fell continuously throughout the night. The next day, we found…

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20 Years of the Tsunami Bowl, Will Seward Keep Hosting?

This past weekend, Seward hosted the Alaska Tsunami National Ocean Sciences Bowl for its 20th year, an academic competition that brought in 120 high school students and 80 judges and volunteers from around the State of Al…

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SCN Crazy Snowfall Picture Contest

It looks like good old fashioned winter in Seward, Alaska has returned after a three-year hiatus. This past week has leaned toward the extreme side of snowfall in a short period of time.  The snow piles at the home office of …

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Going Big - Green and Gold Style

The following article was written by Seward High School junior Kendyl Morris.  For more cheerleading pictures, as well as other articles, visit the student news source.  http://shstoday.org/

With all the intense basket…

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Recent News & Information

NASP Archery

NASP Archery

Because of it being senior night at home basketball game on Thursday, we will have NASP Archery at the Middle School on Tuesday (February 28th) this week. Middle school students shoot from 6:00-7:30. High school students shoot from 7:30 – 9:00. All equipment is provided.  Students can bring their own bows […]

Healthy Food, Happy Bodies

Healthy Food, Happy Bodies

The 2015‐2020 US Dietary Guidelines provide Americans with needed direction for healthy food choices and a healthy eating pattern. For most Americans, eating more fruits and vegetables, and less salt and saturated fats can reduce the risk of obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, and Type 2 diabetes. Almost half […]

How to Move More and Stress Less

How to Move More and Stress Less

Submitted by Dan Chabert of Runnerclick.com – Last week as I was waiting for the light to change during my morning run, I exchanged glances with the crossing guard who took one look at me and joked, “you don’t need to run, you’re skinny enough!” I smiled and responded, “it’s for […]

NASP Youth Archery

NASP Youth Archery

The National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) has been in the Elementary and Middle Schools for 4 years. With grant money, we recently purchased equipment to start it in the high school as well. We are going to be doing an evening program for Middle School (6th – 8th grade) and […]

Social Security Opportunity at Library

Wednesday, February 22nd, 12:00pm-2:00pm upstairs at the Seward Community Library. FEBRUARY TOPIC:  SOCIAL SECURITY & MEDICARE–WHEN & HOW TO FILE This is an interactive O.W.L. (Online Web Learning) program intended to inform and provide discussion with the local community in Social Security matters.  Presentations will be offered monthly on the […]

The Nightingale, Community Book Read, March 4th

The Nightingale, Community Book Read, March 4th

Do you have your book in hand yet? Read the book already? We are getting ready for the Community Book Read event with author Kristin Hannah calling in to discuss her best seller, The Nightingale. Limited books are available at the library front desk, or on the library catalog. “Named […]

February 23 History Program Looks at Iditarod Trail

Feb. 23 history program looks at dog mushing Say the words “Iditarod Trail” and everyone’s thoughts turn to dog mushing. And who better than local historian and Iditarod Trail enthusiast Lee Poleske to present a program about both the trail and a legendary dog mushing race? Lee will start off […]

SCN Crazy Snowfall Picture Contest

SCN Crazy Snowfall Picture Contest

It looks like good old fashioned winter in Seward, Alaska has returned after a three-year hiatus. This past week has leaned toward the extreme side of snowfall in a short period of time.  The snow piles at the home office of Seward City News are up to the second story windows […]

Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support in Seward – March 25-26, 2017

Providence Seward Medical Center Trauma Program in conjunction with the Alaska State Trauma Program is offering a two day Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support Class Saturday and Sunday March 25-26 from 8-5 both days.    This class is the gold standard in trauma education for EMS and is geared toward Emergency Medical Responders […]