Seward PTSA is budgeted to send two adult members and a high school student member to Juneau to participate in the Alaska PTA Legislative Fly-in February 21 & 22. Usually, we fly to Juneau on the 20th with our return flight on the 22nd. We pack our two days with […]
Late in September of 2006, Sgt. Keenan Williams and his wife Lori, along with six other soldiers and their families, traveled to our community for a weekend of fun and relaxation before being deployed to Iraq. Their trip was made possible by the graciousness and generosity of several Seward organizations […]
Tsunami information provided by the West Coast, Alaska Tsunami Watch Center The Tsunami Warning and Watch are canceled for British Columbia and Alaska. A tsunami has been observed at the following sites: Hanasaki Japan 0.1m/0.3ft Kushiro Japan 0.1 m/0.3ft Ofunato Japan 0.06m/0.2 ft Kamaishi Japan 0.07m/0.2ft Miyako Japan 0.08m/ 0.26ft […]
Visit the West Coast, Alaska Tsunami Warning Center message page for locations of warnings, watches 2007/01/13 04:23:36 (UTC) Preliminary Magnitude: 8.2 Latitude: 46.7 Longitude: 154.4 Location: east of the Kuril Islands, Russia Visit the NOAA tsunami warning page for more information. Tsunami Watch and Warning Determination – Provided by the […]
An 8.4 earthquake – initial estimate – originated off the coast of Russia around 7 p.m. Jan 12. More information to come.
Sierra Club recognizes Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance, Russ Maddox as grass roots success story.
Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance was recognized in recent Sierra Club publications as an example of a grass roots success story in the fight against coal-powered electricity. Marc Marlow proposed Seward Cogen in early 2006 to Sewards city council as the way to bring coal-powered electricity to the gateway of the Kenai […]
Current weather at Old Mill Subdivision – Dec. 17, 2:05 p.m. 33.5F 90 percent humidity Zero wind Zero precipitation Sunrise at 9:58 a.m. Sunset at 3:49 p.m. Length of day: 5 hours 51 minutes Record high: 45F Record low: -6F Tonight 23F Snow accumulation up to five inches Winds out […]
On Monday December 18th at 12:00 PM, the Kenai Peninsula area damage applicants will attend an Applicant Briefing in Soldotna at the Assembly Chambers. Known applicants at this time that should be in attendance include: Kenai Peninsula Borough City of Seward Alaska Railroad DOT&PF Central Region Homer Electric Seward Sea […]
Seward Sea Kayaking Exposition News November 14, 2006 Meeting Notes *Bringing Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Level Kayakers Together . Present: Paul Carter, Chairman (Edgewater Hotel & Charter Option) Rick Brown, Vice Chairman (Adventures Latitude 60 North) Capt. Sherrie Miller, (Millers Landing) Allen Drake (Flotilla Commander, Seward USCG Auxiliary) Susan Swiderski (Orca […]
The unofficial results from the November 7, 2006 state general election for the Seward City Precinct are as follows: US Representative: Diane Benson 355 Don Young 309 Governor/Lt Governor: Knowles/Berkowitz 314 Palin/Parnell 272 Halcro/Von Gemmigen 90
Sent in by Dave Otness Major change is in the air and the pendulum swing cant come soon enough, as the verbal civil war in which were engaged has gotten increasingly shrill and strident. What a wonderful time to confound both the Republican and Democratic Parties by supporting both. Sarah […]
Resident of Old Exit Glacier Road in Seward, Alaska talks about the Columbus Day Flood.
Visitors to Seward from Texas collect their luggage from a cabin on Old Exit Glacier Road. The Texans were in Alaska for only 14 hours when they had to be rescued in the bucket of a Metco front-end loader.
From Oct. 14, 2006 (Juneau) – Governor Frank H. Murkowski today declared a state disaster for a vast area of the South central portion of the state in the wake of a strong storm that caused severe flood damage starting October 8. Read more Here>.
10/12/2006 JOHN J. WILLIAMS BOROUGH MAYOR Waste will be accepted for disposal at the Seward Transfer Facility at different staging areas depending on the type of debris, and should be segregated accordingly. ? Construction/demolition debris building materials ? Logs/stumps should be cut in no longer than six-foot lengths if […]
Phoenix Drive washed away by the Columbus Day flood. Seward, Alaska.
Interview with Mark Lindstrom of Stone Creek Drive. Lindstrom talks about two loud booms coming from the valley of Bear Lake Glacier the day before the Columbus Day flood. Ice found in the flood waters makes Lindstrom concerned about the possibility of an ice dam high up in the valley. […]