The Great White Moose

The Great White Moose

On Friday last week SCN received the following hilarious email from the Seward Nordic Ski Club; “It has been reported that a rare white moose has been spotted again up Snow River. In our attempts to get a photo of this rare moose we are inviting you to join one […]

Chamber News

Friday we were provided with an update on the Alaska Region Research Vessel, a replacement for the R/V Alpha Helix which was retired in 2006. The plans call for a vessel over 200′ in length, with a 20-person crew. Owned by the National Science Foundation, the vessel is to be […]

Glacierview Fire Report

At 1:51 p.m. on February 8, 2009 the Seward Dispatch Center was notified of an automatic fire alarm activation at GlacierView Apartments, 200 Lowell Canyon Road. The Dispatch Center also received numerous 911 phone calls reporting smoke in the building. Firefighters found substantial smoke conditions and a small fire in […]

Representative Seaton's February 9, 2009 Newsletter

February 9, 2009 Newsletter 26th Legislative Session From the desk of Rep. Paul Seaton V. 70 Contact Information – (907) 465-2689 Toll Free: (800) 665-2689 Fax: (907) 465-3472 Website: Email: Greetings from Juneau, California, and Mexico, this 21st day of the 26th Legislative Session. Tina and I have […]

As we face the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln on February 12th, it seems appropriate that we should discuss the ways to heal the disunion by the economic Civil War that is presently dividing Americans and Alaskans. We must proclaim our emancipation from foreign oil, big government […]

Borough Mayors Report

Mayor’s Narrative Report Week #16 February 2-8, 2009 Dave Carey, Borough Mayor Week #16 has been very full with many meetings including an Assembly Meeting. For this weeks narrative, I would like to change the format and only address three meeting with residents of the Borough. Item #1, on Wednesday, […]

Muffins for Moms and Donuts for Dads

On Wednesday, February 11th, Seward Elementary will be hosting an early morning family reading time from 7:35 to 8:00 in our library.  Come get a snack and read a book with your child before school.  Help us add to our ‘Family Reading Caterpillar’!

Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin

Community Schools News: Women’s Self Defense Learn simple yet effective techniques to defend yourself when necessary. Minors are welcome with a legal guardian (14 yrs and older). Please wear lose comfortable clothing and bring your indoor shoes. Class will be held in the wrestling room. You may join at anytime […]

The Tale Flipper

The Tale Flipper

Excerpts from The Tale Flipper, the student run newspaper from Seward Middle School Mrs. Mow By Kara Mrs. Mow was hired two weeks ago as our full time lunch lady. She enjoys the job and said, “Most kids are very nice. There are a few that come through the line […]

Band and Choir on the Move

The Seward Community Band is back in full swing! After a few weeks of practice, we are beginning to work on our music for the upcoming concert in May. As a reminder, we meet at 7 PM on Tuesday evenings in the High School Music Room. Music this session is […]

3d Topographic data now available.

3d Topographic data now available.

High resolution topographic data (lidar) from 2006 is now available, for free, to all of us here in our community. You can look at your community from a new perspective! Come check it out at the KPB offices located in Seaview plaza! Thanks SBCFSA!

Representative Paul Seaton's February 1, 2009 Newsletter

February 1, 2009 26th Legislative Session From the desk of Rep. Paul Seaton V. 69 Contact Information – (907) 465-2689 Toll Free: (800) 665-2689 Fax: (907) 465-3472 Website: Email: Greetings from Juneau on this 14th day of the 26th Legislature. The past week has been very hectic as […]

Want to Make Beer?  Learn How this Thursday

Want to Make Beer? Learn How this Thursday

If you missed the last “Art of Homebrew” class, don’t worry.  There are still two more sessions and everyone is encouraged to attend. This Thursday, the 5th, at 7pm, Eric Johansen will be taking the reins and leading us on a wild adventure from seed to sip.  If you’ve ever […]


Notice is hereby given that the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly is seeking applications from qualified residents of the borough who are interested in appointment to a newly created task force for the purpose of examination of current flood plain issues and the development of options for the Seward-Bear Creek Flood […]

Community Hymn Sing Reminder

Tonight is the night… Wednesday evening at 6:30, the monthly community hymn sing will take place at the Methodist Church, 321 Fourth Avenue. All are welcome! Call 224-5624 for more information!

Sporadic Bird Report: Winter Wren!

Sporadic Bird Report: Winter Wren!

February 3, 2009 Seward, Alaska Sporadic Bird Report Sunrise 9:06 am, sunset 5:17 pm, length of day 8 hours, 11 minutes; tomorrow will be 5 minutes and 7 seconds longer. Weather: January’s bitter north wind blew into February with temperatures in the single digits and wind chill in the negative […]

Clothing Alterations and Zippers in Seward

It seems that there isn’t anyone locally who does alterations on clothes or who can replace a zipper in a coat here locally. Could it be that there is no one in Seward with sewing know-how and some time on their hands to earn some extra cash by replacing a […]

Borough Mayor's Report

Mayor’s Narrative Report #15 Week of Jan 26th, 2009 Dave Carey, Borough Mayor Item #1, this week began with a meeting concerning a possible trip to Akita, Japan this summer. A member of CES would like to go as part of the Firefighters Exchange which has happened before. CES has […]