Thank You

While the last few months have been rough, we are blessed to be surrounded by huge amounts of love, support and friendship. There are too many people to list but you all know who you are, so Thank YOU!!  To everyone who has; (take a deep breath, its a long […]

Rep. Seaton's March 9, 2009

Greetings from Juneau this 49th day of the 26th Legislative Session. We are having a continued streak of sunny weather this weekend although it is 23 degrees and the wind is blowing about 20mph today.  It has been a good catch-up time for us in the office.  Some people have […]

Beginning Birding Course deadline Friday

The Friday, March 13 deadline is quickly approaching to sign up for the 1 credit Beginning Birding Class offered by the Kenai Peninsula College Resurrection Bay Extension. “Beginning Birding” will provide an introduction to birding with an emphasis on developing identification skills. Other topics will include a review of birding […]

Hunter Education Courses Offered in April

Two Classes Available: (Pre Registration is required and class space is limited) WHEN: April 3rd & 4TH. General Admission WHERE: AVTEC Industrial Power Class Room TIME: 3rd – 7  to 10 pm and 4th – 9 am to 4 pm COST: $10 (Self Study Packet) CONTACT: Trooper Cloward 224-3935 SIGN UP: At […]

Seward Parks Bulletin

Sports & Recreation News: Racquetball Instruction Want to learn the game of racquetball? Learn how with Jeff Talley at the S&R racquetball court. The cost is a $4 public use fee or use your punch card or Annual Pass. Call 224-4054 to schedule an appointment or stop by the gym […]

Seward Independent Living Center Reopens

Seward Independent Living Center Reopens

The Seward Independent Living Center (ILC) is up and running. One of three Independent Living Centers located on the peninsula, Seward ILC promotes choice, independence and quality of life for persons and families experiencing disability. ILC provides a variety of services including information and referral, adaptive equipment rental (community closet), […]


The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association will be conducting a US Coast Guard required drill conductor class in Seward Tuesday April 7, 2009. It will be held in the Radar Room at AVTEC on Second Avenue. It is free for commercial fishers, but space is limited. To register or more […]

Local Junior musher

Local Junior musher

Local Junior musher, Travis Beals, finished 2nd in his rookie year on the Junior Iditarod Sled dog race. He finished less than an hour behind Cain Carter, who was running in his fourth Junior Iditarod race. Cain is the stepson of Iditarod and Yukon Quest champion, Lance Mackey. Twenty one […]

Police Log

Police Log

02-27-09 1803 911 MISDIAL Received 911 misdial from Seal Level Seafoods. Caller AST advised he called the wrong number and was looking for Vonnie. 2321 TRESPASS ADVISEMENT A male subject was trespassed from all the bars for the evening due to his level of intoxication. A cab was called to […]

Net Metering Bill

Rep. Paul Seaton has introduced HB66 to the State House. HB66 will create a statewide interconnection standard and make net metering available for specific kinds of generation to pre-determine kW limits. HB66 represents good renewable generation support and is typical of most other states — it is a strong, moderate […]

Advertisement: Come Ride the 2009 Arctic Cats! Saturday March 7th, 10-4 Seward Racing Lions Rally Track, Nash Rd Call for Directions ~ 224-3536 M1000 and M8 SnoPros and Kids 120 machines will be on site We are also the new Western Power Sports dealer in Seward. 10% Discount for Parts […]

City Calendar

City Calendar

Seward City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Monday, March 9, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. 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. Approval Of Agenda And Consent Agenda 6. Special Orders, Presentations And Reports […]

***KPB Flood Plain Task Force Meeting***

MARCH 4, 2009 MEETING Notice is hereby given that the Kenai Peninsula Borough “Flood Plain Task Force” will hold a meeting on Wednesday, March 4, 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 […]

Ahoy There!

Ahoy There! is the theme of this week’s story hour at Seward Community Library. Small mariners are invited to bring a favorite toy boat or model to story hour for display during the program. Story hour is a mix of wonderful picture books, games, songs, fingerplays, puppets and music. Story […]

Rowing for Life Program deadline extended

Want to get more active? Curious about rowing? Not sure you are in shape to do it? In Rowing for Life, you will build strength, endurance and confidence through a program of gradual introduction to fitness and rowing. Starting off indoors on the “erg” (indoor rowing machine), you will learn […]

Seward Middle School Volleyball

Seward Middle School Volleyball

Excitement was found all over Seward this past week-end, but the most exciting was held at Seward Middle School who hosted the 2009 Kenai Peninsula Borough Volleyball tournament.  The tournament is the culmination of the middle school volleyball season with the top four middle schools arriving in Seward to take […]

Rep. Seaton's March 2, 2009 Newsletter

March 2, 2009 Newsletter Greetings from Juneau this 42nd day of the 26th Legislative Session.  The hectic pace continued this last week.   Now that we have finished with finance subcommittees for the operating budget it may be more manageable.  The beautiful sunny weather has served to lighten everyone’s spirits.  Next […]