Author: Michelle Strubeck

Elder Mills and Sister Mills at the Seward Community Library and Museum. Photo: Michelle Strubeck.

Helping Hands in the Community

by Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News- If you have ever done volunteer work, you may have noticed a difference in the way you feel afterwards. There is a boost in your mood, you feel a sense of accomplishment, you have a higher self confidence and feel more capable. Volunteer […]

Shelby Roy proudly showing off her trophies. Photo: Michelle Strubeck.

Catching Up with Shelby Roy

by Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News- Catch her if you can! The last time I met with Shelby Roy, Seward’s drag racing sensation, she was having a dream season. Shelby added another trophy to her collection on the July 16th Junior Dragster event. She was the runner up on […]

Governor Bill Walker at the Seward Airport. Photo by Michelle Strubeck

An Interview with Alaska Governor Bill Walker

by Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News- On August 25th, Governor Bill Walker, our second Alaskan born governor, arrived in Seward to spend some personal time here with his wife Donna in celebration of their fortieth wedding anniversary. The Walkers also took part in the Lost Lake Run benefiting those with cystic […]

"Disembodied" Graphite on paper by Christopher Judd. Photo: Michelle Strubeck

A Fabulous First Friday in Seward

By Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News- First Friday was another success as local businesses opened their doors to showcase the talents of many area artists. Each venue offered something unique and creative making the rest of us wish we had that special talent. No matter what your taste in […]

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

By Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News – The Port City Players devoted numerous hours rehearsing for their current production of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Tryouts took place in mid January and rehearsals began in February 3-4 nights per week. Director Linnea Hollingsworth stated rehearsals went well, she […]

Barbara Gerlach, founder of Recovering Hope. Photo: Michelle Strubeck

Recovering Hope Offers Help to Those in Need

By Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News – We all have habits such as biting our nails, labeling ourselves as ‘shopaholics’, overeating, or smoking just to name a few. However, the lines between habits, compulsory behavior and addiction can sometimes be blurred. A habit is a repeated action or behavior that may not […]