Author: SCN Editor
By Ned Rozell- “Jeremy offers us only his incessant snoring to remind us that he is a man and not a god.” So wrote Seth Adams on an Instagram post showing Jeremy Vandermeer striding across a wind-whipped ridge near the frozen headwaters of the Ambler River. Adams is a writer […]
75 Vounteers are still needed for the Pink Cheeks Triathalon to be a success! If you can help with traffic control, the registration table or help count laps, please contact Josie.
A Public Hearing regarding camping regulations will occur on May 14th, 2018 in the Seward City Hall Council Chambers at 7pm.
by Ned Rozell- Millions of Alaska birds nest on rocky emerald islands seen by few people other than ship captains. One of the funkiest of these creatures is the crested auklet, which looks like a bassist in a punk band and smells like a tangerine. These hand-size birds have intrigued […]
Join FNBA Security Officer Don Krohn and Corporal Patrick Messmer in an educational forum on fraud and shoplifting prevention. Meetings take place at the Seward Community Library on April 26th from 11am – 2pm.
by Brinna Langford- I’ve dedicated my life to teaching in Alaska. Here’s why I’m leaving. I recently read an opinion piece published in the Anchorage Daily News titled, “Alaska, I’m Breaking Up With You.” and while the tone set by the author does not mirror what I see every day […]
The Bear Bell run is a one-mile race just for kids ages 3-12. The course follows the Waterfront Bike Path. Check-in is at the Branson Pavilion at 10:00 am; race starts at 11 am. Register at Seward Parks and Recreation (519 4th Ave) or go to our website at www.cityofseward.us. […]
Race starts at 10am. Register here. For more info call Austin Ledford at 224-4054 or Melanie Hauze
Join us to help beautify the city cemetery! Help us scrape headstones, remove rocks and sticks, pull weeds, rake cones, and haul waste. Contact Latesha Layne for more information at 224-4055.
We need your help to clean up the town! Join the annual community litter and trash clean-up day! Pick up bags at Parks and Rec from 10 am to 4 pm. Prizes will be awarded for those who collect the most trash! There will be a hot dog dinner and […]
WANTED – kids to ALWAYS wear helmets! Terry’s Tires Bike Safety Rodeo featuring Shoreside Petroleum’s “Helmet Junction” happens on Saturday, May 12 at 10am to High Noon at City Hall. Bring your bike down for Bike Inspections, Bike Education, Shoreside’s Helmet Junction, Barrel Racing, Obstacle Course, Pump It Up! Prizes will […]
TelAlaska and Seward Parks and Recreation are proud to present the 16th Annual TelAlaska Volleyball Tournament! Get your adult (18 or older) B, C or D league team together for a great day of competitive volleyball. Tourney format will be based upon the number of entries. $150 early bird fee […]
Seward Parking department will be closing, cleaning and sweeping City owned, Harbor-area parking lots, beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, April 24 through the rest of this week. Please note the parking closures and move or remove vehicles and park in appropriate locations. Please remove boats, trailers and vehicles from the driving lanes. […]
Help raise money for the Seward Bike Park with a community fun bike ride on April 22nd. Bring a bike and a friend and enjoy the last day of Exit Glacier Road being closed and snow free! Check in at 1:30, donations accepted.
You are invited to attend the annual Spring Permitting & Agency Information Day April 24th , 10am-2pm at Seward Library Community Room Agency representatives will be available to assist with your permit application, summer project and provide information on: ♦ Planning ♦ Permitting ♦ Flood Risk Prevention ♦ Updated Building […]
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by Ned Rozell- KANUTI HOT SPRINGS — After a few hours of skiing through deep snow, Forest Wagner and I smelled a tuna sandwich. We knew we were closing in on warm pools of water. From the frozen Kanuti River, we moved along an open stream up toward Kanuti Hot […]