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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 […]


That’s right. You do not want to miss the chance to partake in tasting some of the fabulous homemade desserts that are offered at the annual St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s Dessert Extravaganza, this Sunday, October 13, 2013 between 1-4 p.m. Where: Community Room of the Library/Museum Bldg., corner of 6th & Adams.  We are blessed […]


On March 19, 2013 K259BK was granted a license by the Federal Communications Commission to serve the public interest as a public trustee until February 1, 2014.  Our license will expire on February 1, 2014.  We have filed an application for license renewal with the FCC.  A copy of the […]

Kenai River closed to king salmon fishing

Kenai River closed to king salmon fishing

Alaska Department of Fish and Game Press Release – July 26, 2013 Effective 12:01 a.m., Sunday, July 28, 2013 the Kenai River will close to king salmon fishing in an effort to conserve late-run king salmon escapement. Anglers are advised this closure prohibits all sport fishing for king salmon, including […]

A Rare Sighting

A Rare Sighting

Tuesday, July 9th was an exciting day for some tour boat operators and passengers when a rare sighting occurred.  A wolverine was spotted dining on a harbor seal in southwest Resurrection Bay at Porcupine Cove. Captain Sherry Cruse aboard the Mariah of Kenai Fjords Tours, was the first to spot […]

Employment Opportunity at AVTEC

AVTEC Placement Specialist This position is responsible in assisting every AVTEC student to become employed in a training related field upon successful completion of their vocational program. This is a seasonal position that works fulltime mid-August thru June and some part time days over the summer. Work shift includes some […]

SPRD Press Release

SPRD Bulletin…  Rec Committee invites you Seward Recreation Committee meets the first and third Wednesday of each month from 6 pm to 7:30 pm at the Seward Community Library Museum. The public is always welcome. For more information contact Karin Sturdy, email:, phone: 224-4053.  Community Coupon books are now available! Outlets are City Hall […]

GYRE: An Expedition and Exhibition

GYRE: An Expedition and Exhibition

By Heidi Zemach for SCN Some 16 ocean gyre expedition team members will gather in Seward later this week for a week-long research expedition aboard the R/V Norseman, beginning June 6th, to explore the impact of marine debris on various ecosystems. Together, the crew will explore, interpret, and collect the […]

Children invited to share art that promotes rail safety

Operation Lifesaver and Alaska Railroad kids art contest deadline July 5 ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Alaska Railroad (ARRC) and Operation Lifesaver Alaska (OL-AK) chapter are jointly sponsoring a children’s art contest aimed at building awareness of important rail safety tips. Children from pre-school to senior high are invited to create […]