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Derek Zanetti a.k.a. The Homeless Gospel Choir

Two Weekend Shows at Resurrect Art

On Friday, July 28, Derek Zanetti, also known as The Homeless Gospel Choir, performs at 7pm.  Derek is a protest singer, author and artist based out of Pittsburgh, PA. His new album, Normal, is being promoted by A F Records and highlighted by NPR Music. “Through his on-stage humor and vulnerability, […]

Justine Pechusal, president of the Seward Arts Council receives a check from Dot Bardarson, chairman of the Community Advisory Board of Holland America.  

Seward Arts Council Receives Holland America Grant

Holland America’s grant program awards grants to non-profit organizations that benefit residents of Seward and Moose Pass. The Seward Arts Council received a grant to help fund a new light board for Port City Players. The more modern equipment will benefit audiences at Seward’s thespian productions.

July 18, 2017 Seward Road Improvement Project Update

July 18, 2017 Seward Road Improvement Project Update

July 18, 2017 Seward Road Improvement Project Update: Note:  Dates are approximate. For the week of July 17, 2017, paving crews will be working on the streets east of Third Avenue including Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue, including side streets.  Crews are grinding and compacting in preparation for paving later in […]

AVTEC Gym Open, But No Hot Water

AVTEC Gym Open, But No Hot Water

A maintenance issue has caused the loss of hot water in the Sports & Rec Gym (or the AVTEC Student Services Center.) We will open regular hours: 9:30 am to 9 pm, but there will be no hot water. We are advised cold water is available. There will be no charge for […]

Alaska Supreme Court to Rule on PFD Lawsuit

Alaska Supreme Court to Rule on PFD Lawsuit

by the University of Cincinnati– The PFD or Permanent Fund Dividend pays Alaska residents money every year from a permanent fund that distributes money from oil royalties. Three current and former politicians are suing the state in an effort to force companies to pay what they think is owed to […]

Community Project: Schoolyard Habitat

Community Project: Schoolyard Habitat

by Jenn Haugh & Kirstie Lorelei Willean- Transformation of the Seward Elementary grounds from its original landscaping, when the school first opened in 1990, to an outdoor learning environment was completed in 2016.  Perhaps you were one of the multitudes of dedicated volunteers who shared in the community Schoolyard Habitat Project. […]

I went with the wrestling team to Barrow

A Letter of Gratitude from Nele Hohenstein

4478.04 miles air distance between my two homes. I wanted to go on exchange since I was 14 years old and it came true because of Rotary International. I lived in Seward for the last 11 months. I really enjoyed my time here. I had awesome and memorable experiences. I really want to […]