Author: Kelley Lane

Big Bay Beginnings Nearly Ready to Open Its Doors

Big Bay Beginnings Nearly Ready to Open Its Doors

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – The long awaited Big Bay Beginnings Child Development Center located at 520 Fourth Avenue (previously Resurrection Christian Church) was approved for occupancy by the City of Seward this past Wednesday (February 8th) and has its State of Alaska inspection scheduled for mid […]

Desert Hiking in Winter: The San Diego Trans County Trail

Desert Hiking in Winter: The San Diego Trans County Trail

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – In Seward, there are many ways that residents deal with the darkness and cold of winter. This winter, significant snowfall has returned recreational opportunities in the form of snowshoeing, skiing and snowmobiling to our community’s repertoire of winter activities. Other people change […]

Seward’s Top Stories from 2016

Seward’s Top Stories from 2016

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – It’s time to say goodbye to a fabulous 2016. Seward City News is grateful for your readership and interaction on the site and around town. We feel fortunate to be a resource for Sewardites and those visiting our lovely community. On our […]

Winter has Begun: Solstice Photos Around Seward

Winter has Begun: Solstice Photos Around Seward

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – This week in Seward has been a relatively quiet one, as many of us celebrate the winter holidays, including Winter Solstice and Christmas. It’s been a fortunate time to be in Seward, with the fantastic weather that we’ve been having, including fresh […]

Our New Podiatrist: Dr. Harry Cotler

Our New Podiatrist: Dr. Harry Cotler

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – Dr. Harry Cotler, of Soldotna, will be serving our Seward Community on a recurring basis with his podiatry clinic operated out of Providence Hospital every 4-6 weeks. He plans to be back in Seward the last week in January, likely Wednesday, January […]

The Road to Home: How the Cookery Came to Be

The Road to Home: How the Cookery Came to Be

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News –  I sat down with Kevin and Stacey Lane in their well decorated and spaced restaurant on Fifth Avenue yesterday afternoon. Their signature Hot Lunch Program had finished and they were in the midst of prepping for the next day and Friday night […]

The Grazing Moose

Seward’s Small Business Saturday

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – Saturday, November 26th is Small Business Saturday in Seward and around the United States. The program was started in 2010 by American Express and they continue to promote the day as an opportunity to support our local economies. It’s estimated that 95 […]

Chockablock Full November City Council

Chockablock Full November City Council

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – Monday night’s City Council meeting was nearly 4 hours long and covered a wide range of topics, from Firefighter awards to a boat storage lease at SMIC. City Council had previously chosen to have just one meeting in the month of November, […]

Our Own Coast Guard

Our Own Coast Guard

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – Saturday morning we awoke to even more snow in our yard and on the roads than Friday night’s winter wonderland. The Coast Guard’s open house was scheduled from 11am-2pm, off of Port Avenue, but being new to Alaska, I didn’t want to […]