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Go Green in your Pocketbook: Around the Home

Go Green in your Pocketbook: Around the Home

By Jen Ransom With just a few simple steps, you can make your home more environmentally friendly – and put a few bucks in your family’s piggy bank. Home Electronics Electronics take energy – including the kind that you have to put into your work day to pay for electricity […]

TRAILS Sends Mountains of Thanks

TRAILS Sends Mountains of Thanks

The Independent Living Center’s TRAILS (Total Recreation And Independent Living Services) Program would like to extend a warm thank you all who made our Spring Fling pot-luck so successful: Jan Keeley at Safeway and Lynn Hohl, for your generous donation of lasagna ingredients, Mike & Raylene O’Connor of Resurrect Art […]

Ash Advisory

WESTERN KENAI PENINSULA- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…KENAI…SOLDOTNA…HOMER… COOPER LANDING 448 AM AKDT FRI MAR 27 2009 …ASHFALL ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON AKDT TODAY… THE ASHFALL ADVISORY IS NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON AKDT TODAY. MOUNT REDOUBT ERUPTED TO 38000 FT AT 1148 PM THURSDAY. MINOR ASHFALL OF A […]

A Page from History – Earthquake, 1964

From Fame to Chaos Seward Post News The following was transcribed from a special edition of the “Seward Post News”, published in April 1964.  The editor, H. Everett Hoy, wrote a firsthand account of his experience of the Good Friday Earthquake and resulting aftermath. For weeks Seward, Alaska has been […]

Senator Gary Stevens Capitol Report

Capitol Report by Senator Gary Stevens Hello from the Capitol, where less than a month remains before the 2009 session adjourns on April 19th. While various bills and resolutions continue through the legislative process, we’re also focusing much of our attention on next year’s operating and capital budgets, as well […]

2009 Seahawk Basketball vs Alumni

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 Concessions will be open! Split the Pot and Half-time Hoop Shoots will be happening! Join the fun and mayhem! And […]

Governor Appoints New Attorney General

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE No. 09-67 Wayne Anthony Ross Named Attorney General March 26, 2009, Anchorage, Alaska – Governor Sarah Palin today announced the appointment of Wayne Anthony Ross as Attorney General. Ross, currently in private practice, will fill the vacancy created last month by the resignation of Attorney General Talis […]

NO ASHFALL IS EXPECTED IN ANCHORAGE

LOW LEVEL ASH CLOUDS FROM THIS MORNING’S ERUPTIONS OF MOUNT REDOUBT ARE TRACKING SOUTHEASTWARD TOWARD THE SOUTHWESTERN KENAI PENINSULA…WHERE ASHFALL ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT THROUGH 4 PM THIS AFTERNOON. HIGH LEVEL ASH CLOUDS UP ABOVE 30000 FEET ARE HEADED FOR ANCHORAGE AND WILL AFFECT AVIATION. HOWEVER…ASH AT THESE LEVELS TYPICALLY […]

AIR QUALITY ADVISORY

Southcentral AK #2009-02 LOCATION(S) IMPACTED: Western Kenai Peninsula including the cities of Clam Gulch, Ninilchik, Homer. TIME/DATE OF UPDATE: Thursday, March 26, 11:00 AM. VALID TIME: Valid until Friday, March 27, 11:00 AM. TIME/DATE OF THE NEXT REPORT: If necessary Friday, March 27, 11:00 AM or unless conditions change significantly […]

Traffic Changes and Highway Closures

Seward, AK – March 26, 2009 – The Seward Chamber of Commerce was just notified by the Alaska Department of Transportation that they will be installing temporary bridges over Ptarmigan and Falls Creeks in April. They will likely start the first week in April. During the daytime, flaggers will be […]

City Calendar

City Calendar

Seward City Council Special Meeting Agenda Friday, March 27, 2009 at 5:30 pm (or as soon thereafter the 5:00 work session on economic stimulus ends) 1. Call to order 2. Pledge of allegiance 3. Roll call 4. Citizens’ comments on any subject except those items scheduled for public hearing. 5. […]

BLIZZARD WARNING

WESTERN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…WHITTIER…SEWARD…GIRDWOOD… MOOSE PASS 224 PM AKDT WED MAR 25 2009 …BLIZZARD WARNING NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT AKDT TONIGHT FOR PORTAGE VALLEY AND TURNAGAIN PASS… EAST WINDS GUSTING BETWEEN 50 TO 70 MPH COMBINED WITH MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW WILL CONTINUE TO REDUCE […]

Rep. Seaton's March 23, 2009 Newsletter

Greetings from Juneau this 63rd day of the 26th Legislative Session. Education stimulus has been the big topic the last part of this week. I have attached the following link to provide interested constituents of our best estimates of the various categories of potential funding and amounts. Go to http://housemajority.org/seaton/index.php […]

AVTEC Guest Chef Dinner

AVTEC Guest Chef Dinner

Saturday, April 18, 2009 at the AVTEC Student Service Center Lounge, Seward The Alaska Vocational Technical Center’s Alaska Culinary Academy cordially invites you to an elegant evening of fine dining at our 9th Annual Guest Chef Dinner. The proceeds from the dinner provide scholarships to help fund culinary students training […]

Wellness Meeting

Wellness Meeting

Just a reminder there is a “Wellness For All” group that will meet on Wednesday, March 25, 2009 from 11am-2pm in the council chambers. This group is comprised of health and wellness individuals from the community. The topics of discussion and research are: Health and Wellness Awareness; Smoking Cessation; Obesity […]

Alaska. State gem: Jade. Runner-up, Jewel. State bird: The Willow Ptarmigan. The ‘P’ is silent. The ‘X’ and the ‘Q’ are both silent and invisible. State fish: King salmon. When King Crab found out, he waged an epic war on King Salmon’s kingdom, which ended abruptly when someone reminded King […]