Announcements

Cluck Clucky Chicken

Wondering what to do with the children during spring break? Bring them to story hour at the Seward Community Library this Friday, March 20th. Story hour is a mix of musics, puppets, flannel board stories, game and of course wonderful picture books. The doors of the library open to story […]

Did you know?

Did you know that the Kenai Peninsula has some real pike populations> I dont know the numbers but how long have they been on the KPB?

Fluoride?

Is everyone (anyone?) aware that there is a local movement to ADD flouride to Seward’s drinking water? I think reasonable women and men need to stop letting this just slip through the political process. Read up. IMHO it’s a nasty story. At the very least, a more complicated one than […]

St. Patrick's Day Parade

At 5:30 p.m. today there will be a wee St. Patrick’s Day Parade! It will start at the small boat harbor, moving south down 4th Avenue and end at Railway Avenue (Sea Life Center). Please come and enjoy the Spirit of the Irish. If you would like to decorate your […]

Police Log

Police Log

3-11-09 0800 LE/CASE # ISSUED For a sitation involving the report of Seal hunting. 1054 THEFT RP reported some checks that were cashed in Seward.  D2 spoke with the subject. 3-13-09 0139 Anonymous caller stated they needed an officer at the Yukon Bar. Officer responded and made contact with two […]

Cassin's Finch sings!

March 17, 2009 Happy St. Patty’s Day! Seward, Alaska Sporadic Bird Report Sunrise 8:07 am, sunset 8:06 pm, length of day 11 hours, 59 minutes; tomorrow will be 5 minutes and 31 seconds longer. Just about at Spring Equinox!! Weather: Calm this morning after days of fierce winds blasting from […]

Mayor Carey Visits

Mayor Carey (KPB Mayor) is meeting with the public this Saturday (21 March) from 10:00 to 12:00 in the morning at the Bear Creek Fire Station. One topic of the meeting is waters in the Kenai Peninsula Borough – rivers, streams and salt water. However, he will also discuss any […]

KPB Flood Plain Task Force Meeting

Notice is hereby given that the Kenai Peninsula Borough “Flood Plain Task Force” will hold a meeting on Wednesday, March 18, 2009, to examine current flood plain issues and the development of options for the Seward-Bear Creek Flood Service Area. The task force meeting will begin at 6:00 PM in […]

Representative Seaton's March 16, 2009 Newsletter

Greetings from Juneau this 56th day of the 26th Legislative Session. This week we passed the operating budget with little contention. However, the three quarter vote needed to tap the Constitutional Budget Reserve (CBR) failed. This meant that the billion dollar transfer to the Education Fund, the 60 million transfer […]

#21 Week of March 9th, 2009 Dave Carey, Borough Mayor Monday, March 9th CORE Team Meeting, set goals and tasks for week. Strategic Meeting on Ladd Landing with Bruce Richards. Meeting with School District. Assembly Packet meeting with Staff. Pioneers of Alaska Meeting, sworn-in as President.

Don't Forget The Alumni Game Tonight!

2009 Seahawks vs Seward High Alumni Women’s Game @ 6pm Urbach Expo Game Men’s Game @ 7:30 Split the Pot ~ Half-time Hoop Shoots ~ Concessions Gate Fee: Adults – $5 and Student – $2 All Proceeds to Benefit the Seward High School Athletic Program.

March Madness has come to Seward, Alaska!

2009 Seahawks vs Seahawk Alumni Basketball Game Saturday, March 28th Women’s Game @ 6pm Urbach Expo Game ACOA vs KFT @ the completion of the Women’s game Men’s Game @ 7:30pm Admission: Students $2 & Adults $5 Looking for interested past players & cheerleaders. Any alumni wishing to participate can […]

Excerpts from the Tail Flipper

Excerpts from the Tail Flipper

That’s Epic By Miles Knotek That’s Epic” is a new series about very cool and epic sports that you may never have heard of. If you have an idea that’s epic, put an idea in the “Dear Lili” box and it might appear in the next paper. This week’s That’s […]

Kids Love to Ski in Seward!

Seward is known to have great snow for skiing and this year Seward Nordic Ski Club (SNSC) has taken advantage. Tom Gillespie, Duane Chase and Herb Wottlin are grooming up a storm this year. Trails such as Mile Twelve (The Divide) trails, Bear Lake and even the high school track […]