Announcements

FISHING VESSEL SEARCHED FOR RATS

SEWARD – Apparently for the first time since statehood, an Alaska State Trooper has boarded a fishing vessel in Seward specifically to search for illegal rats. Acting on a tip alleging a rat infestation, the trooper last week searched a large fishing vessel that recently arrived from Dutch Harbor. While […]

Christmas Eve Services at Local Methodist Churches

Christmas Eve Services at Local Methodist Churches

The community is invited to worship on Christmas Eve, December 24, at one of two services sponsored by our area United Methodist Churches. Both services will be filled with Christmas music. In Seward, the service begins at 6 pm at the church (321 Fourth Avenue) and will feature the music […]

AVTEC Spring Online Courses

Take classes from your home or office! All courses are instructor-led and meet online 1 or 2x per week. For more information and to register:  www.avtec.edu/ApplyNow.htm or call 224-3322 Introduction and Intermediate Moodle INTRO TO MOODLE v1.9, 1-credit, Jan 22 – Feb 12; both courses meet online TH 4:30-6:00pm. INTERMEDIATE […]

Let’s Talk About It: Love and Forgiveness

Let’s Talk About It: Love and Forgiveness

The Seward Community Library is excited to announce an upcoming discussion series:  Love and Forgiveness in the Presence of the Enemy – with Doug Capra, brought to the community through a generous grant and support from the American Library Association in partnership with The Fetzer Institute. Beginning January 29th, a […]

Week #8 has been most productive with a good deal of time and effort being focused on long and short term direction for the Borough. The 2009-10 Budget, reductions in Borough employees, economic opportunities and increasing involvement of Borough residents in public policy decision-making have been the highlights of this […]

DOT&PF imposes speed reductions on Seward Highway bridges

Recent inspections have detected weakened structural supports for three bridges in the Trail Lakes area along the Seward Highway, prompting speed reductions for vehicles crossing the affected bridges, according to Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) officials. This action is in response to heavy commercial vehicles and loads […]

DOT&PF imposes speed reductions on Seward Highway bridges

Recent inspections have detected weakened structural supports for three bridges in the Trail Lakes area along the Seward Highway, prompting speed reductions for vehicles crossing the affected bridges, according to Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) officials. This action is in response to heavy commercial vehicles and loads […]

Site Outage

Hello Readers, This morning we had a small malfunction that caused an error message to show on the site instead of the regular content. We are getting ready to move the Seward City News to new servers.This will allow the site to work faster and for great capabilities in the […]

Seward High School Weekly Bulletin

10/10/2008 Thought of the week     A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.  Second Amendment (bill of rights) SEAHAWK WRESTLING Fri/Sat. Dec. 12&13     @ State Wrestling Tournament     TBA SEAHAWK BASKETBALL Sat. Dec. […]

Rowing Club says thank you Seward

The Kenai Crewsers Rowing Club had a fantastic Christmas Auction – Fundraiser this year.   We would like to thank all of you who supported us by bidding on the wonderful, valuable, tasty, functional, creative, and beautiful items we had available for bidding.  Our club’s operating expenses are completely funded through […]

Outfitter and Guide Special Use Notice

Notification to prospective Outfitter and Guide Special Use applicants for commercial use of the Chugach National Forest To prioritize proposals for outfitter and guide uses on the Chugach National Forest and to provide efficient and fair service to all applicants: All proposals for new outfitter and guide services and requests […]

SCN 2008 Google Analytics Report

Below is the 2008 Google Analytics site traffic for your SewardCityNews.com.  In 2008 69,000 visits to the site were made and 123,000 pages were viewed.  The SCN now has 2465 articles, 556 registered contributors and countless more who participate through comment additions.  Thank you to readers and contributors for your […]

Christmas Wish Tree at Library

Christmas Wish Tree at Library

The Children’s Christmas Wish Tree at the Seward Community Library is now in place.  The Wish Tree is decorated with cards describing highly rated books for children and young adults that would be great additions to the library.  Individuals and organizations are invited to select a card or cards from […]

Snow Removal PSA

In order to efficiently remove snow from the city roadways, the public works department will post “Street Closed” signs at least 12 hours prior to closure. Streets will be closed at 4am. After that time, vehicles still parked on the posted streets will be issued a citation and impounded at […]