By Kris Norosz, Julie Decker and Doug Ward – With our massive land endowment and bragging rights as the largest state in the nation, it’s easy to lose sight of an important fact – Alaska is a maritime state. We have more miles of coastline than all other U.S. coastal […]
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Job Opening: Secretary to the Board of Directors for Lowell Point Community Council – 20 hours per month as Independent Contractor. – Compensation DOE. Requirements: – Excellent Communication Skills – Knowledge of Accounting and Financial Management – Proficient with MS Ofiice Email resume/ qualifications to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15, […]
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.5, 53 miles NW of Homer, Alaska, occurred at 6:16 AM this morning: Source: Alaska Earthquake Center. A tsunami warning has not been issued at this time: Pacific Tsunami Warning Center
Kenai Brown Bear Committee Press Release – Spring is the time to remind Alaskans of bear awareness Working Together to Keep Our Communities Safe and Our Bears Wild Kenai Peninsula~ April through early May is typically when bears begin emerging from dens on the Kenai Peninsula and are out […]
The Academy Café is open Tuesdays through Fridays, May 15 through Friday, June 13. Reservations need to be made online and are open now. Diners will experience Mediterranean dishes created and presented by AVTEC culinary students. To make reservations visit www.avtec.edu and under hot topics click on the link to Academy Café reservations. […]
The Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area 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. The agenda will include Permits and Plat Reviews among other topics to include the FEMA Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act. Meeting […]
On Tuesday afternoon the Kenai Fjords Tours vessel Coastal Explorer departed from the Seward Small Boat Harbor to head into Resurrection Bay in hopes of seeing the ever elusive gray whales on their migration route from Mexico to the Chukchi Sea. Driven by Captain Chris Overbeck, the Coastal Explorer found more […]
What is important to you as community members of this community? How do we maintain history and character of our community while still promoting our independent ways? On the evening of Tuesday, April 22, the Seward Historic Preservation Commission (SHPC) along with Nuka Research & Planning Group out of Seldovia, […]
Cub Scout Tustumena District Pinewood Derby Finals Saturday 12-3 at the Seward Elementary School Come watch the best Pinewood Derby race cars on the Kenai Peninsula race to the finish line!
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. […]
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!
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!
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 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. […]
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 […]