Author: SCN Admin

Walk/Bike/Roll to School May 7th

A Message from the Seward PTSA –  Spring has sprung and bike are coming out in full force.  Now that the sidewalks are clear of snow it is time to get out the bike helmets and tennis shoes and get out and enjoy this beautiful weather we have been having. […]

City Hall is now OPEN

Notice from the City Clerk – 1:00 p.m., 4/24/2014:  City Hall has reopened.  Local and Anchorage crews repaired some plumbing/sewer issues.  Thanks everyone for your patience, we are back up and running!  

City Hall closed until 1PM today

Press Release from the City Clerk –  Update on the maintenance issues at Seward City Hall:Barring any unforeseen events, repairs to the maintenance issues at City Hall are anticipated to be completed by 1:00 pm Thursday.  We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience!

SBCFSA Regular Board Meeting May 5th

The Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area board will hold a regular meeting Monday, May 5th at 7:00 pm, at the KPB Annex office in SeaView Plaza, 302 Railway Ave, Suite 122.  Meeting agendas are available at the SBCFSA Office at 302 Railway Ave, Suite 123 between 9AM and 3PM Monday thru Thursday or on the […]

Dannah Johnston Receives Peter McNeal Scholarship

Dannah Johnston Receives Peter McNeal Scholarship

Press Release –  Seward, AK: Dannah Johnston, a Sr. Deckhand and valued employee of Kenai Fjords Tours, was awarded the Alaska Vocational and Technical Education Center’s 2013/2014 Peter McNeal Scholarship. This memorial scholarship, funded by Brice Marine, is in honor of Peter McNeal, a valued crewman of the Tug SamB. […]

CATC Top Honors Best Places to Work in Alaska 2014

CATC Top Honors Best Places to Work in Alaska 2014

PRESS RELEASE: Anchorage, Alaska – CIRI Alaska Tourism Corporation (CATC) ranked first in the 2014 Best Places To Work in Alaska program, conducted by the Alaska Journal of Commerce.  The surveys were taken by Best Companies Group last fall. CIRI Alaska Tourism Corp. took the top honor, and its parent […]

A Statement from Jim & Rhonda Hubbard

Press Release – By 8pm Tuesday evening, April 15th, after a year long ordeal the jury deliberated the facts of our case and rightfully deemed us innocent on all counts of felony and misdemeanor charges “heaped”, (as quoted from lead investigator Hinton), upon us by the State. The bias by a few […]

Lost Lake Run registration opens April 1

Lost Lake Run registration opens April 1

Lost Lake Run, Registration Opens at 6 AM, April 1, 2014 Tomorrow morning at 6 am Alaska Time the Lost Lake Run will be open for registration. Please take a moment to read the following announcements as the registration process has changed this year. New Website, Different Registration Form  With much thanks to Ms. […]

Seward International Friendship Association Alaska

The Seward International Friendship Association [SIFA] will hold a meeting on Thursday April 3, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. at the K.M. Rae Building 125 Third Avenue. We will work on fundraising and activity plans for the Student Exchange program for 2014. Ryan Johnson has been selected as the first exchange student for […]

Valarie Kingsland Wins Library Award

Newsletter of the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development March 28, 2014 Valarie Kingsland of Seward Wins Library Award Valarie Kingsland of Seward, the Alaska Library Association’s Alaska Native Issues Roundtable Chair, has received the Ken Haycock award by the San Jose State University School of Library and Information Science. Her […]

Schools and Community Mourn Freshman

By Heidi Zemach for Seward City News – Seward students and larger community are mourning the loss of a Seward High School freshman who died Tuesday. Members of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Schools’ crisis team, SeaView Community Services, Seward Minister’s Association, and district counselors met with students at Seward High […]

PTA Meeting Tuesday Dec. 3 6:30pm at the High School

In addition to the committee reports and principal reports we will be discussing: -Arts Opportunity-Bringing an acrobatic group from Mombassa Kenya to put on 3 performances in Feb. 2015 -Putting on Family Snow Events-Bylaw changes -Updating PTA annual calendar -Upcoming Legislative Conference Update of Halloween Carnival-Membership Drive -Wreath and Garland […]

Live Music December 7th & 9th

Kurva Choir opening with Blackwater Railroad Saturday Dec 7th @ 7p.m. $10 at the door, Resurrect Art “This experimental chamber orchestra approaches music with an ethos of minimalist, intimate, sonic simplicity. Listening for spaces between notes, they establish an egalitarian improvisational love of the whole sound rather than mere individuals. At the […]

SPRD Bulletin October 11

TYC Happenings 224-5472; TYC’s School’s Out Day Camps & Vacation Break Camps: Join us for days filled with arts & crafts, baking, outdoor adventures, cooperative games & team building, movies & popcorn, music & dancing, science experiments and more! Camps run 7:45am-5:30pm daily. Campers need to bring a lunch, morning and afternoon […]