Arts

Flower Mural is up at last

The colorful flower mural is on display in Kawabe Park. Although it would have been nicer to have it up for our summer visitor, it will look especially gorgeous in the winter months. The master artist was Gail Niebrugge. Yesterday Jennifer Headtke and Dot Bardarson attached the lettering that lists […]

We are always encouraged to dream big and reach for the stars when plotting for the future. Practicality and sound economics invariably bring us back to the real world. What is accomplished after that “come to your senses” moment is usually the most fruitful, productive period of any process. The […]

Seward High Library Help

The Seward High School Library is looking for volunteers to help bar code student textbooks and novels sets. Any amount of time would be appreciated. Thanks, Ginger Blackmon Principal Seward High School

Simpsons effect Alaska?

I was a fan of the Simpsons when they began years ago… back in the day when Bart was the main caricature. The Simpsons targeted the trouble maker boy within. The first few seasons they were hated by parents everywhere, banning t-shirts in schools and punishing those who use the […]

Seward Photographs 1948-1950

Seward Photographs 1948-1950

When Millie Sorenson came to Seward, Alaska she was a young mother overwhelmed by the beauty of the Great Land. An avid photographer, she took hundreds of photographs of the local landscapes, cityscapes, building projects, and people. On the backs of her photographs Millie wrote the tale of a new […]

Democracy in Alaska

Democracy in Alaska

For Seward City News by Russ Maddox The spate of indictments against current and former lawmakers is no doubt saddening to most Alaskans. But anyone who follows politics enough to be reading the editorial page in this paper knows that favors and payoffs in our political system are the norm, […]

2007 Goliath Shirt Art Contest

2007 Goliath Shirt Art Contest

The Resurrection Roadhouse is looking for this years art for the Goliath shirts. Specifications are: Alaska theme No more than 4 colors Must say “Goliath 2007” somewhere in it Can be either in digital or print format Deadline is Monday April 23rd, 2007 Drop off submissions at the Resurrection Roadhouse […]

Beginning Sewing Class

Seward Community Schools is offering a Beginning Sewing Class with Instructor Kirstie Willean in Feb and Mar. Class start date is Feb 27 at 3pm in the Home Economics Room at the Seward Middle School.  The fee is $ 60 for 4 weeks of positive sewing instruction! Learn how to […]

Coral Bag Class at Community Schools

Pass the word on…..a creative opportunity for anyone with sewing experience and a sewing machine! Cedar will be teaching a class how to sew their own stylish Coral Bags at Community Schools! $ 25 per person, includes snaps and pattern instructions. Students will need to provide their own fabric, machine […]

Dr. Michael P. Moriarty Receives Awards

For the second year in a row, Consumers’ Research Council of America will include Dr. Moriarty in its 2007 Guide to America’s Top Dentists. Consumers’ Research is an independent research company based in Washington, D.C. that does not accept fees, sponsorships, donations, or advertising from dentists to insure an unbiased […]

Puffin Public Radio Dead Air

Hello Seward! Saturday afternoon we had a signal loss from KSKA. For the past couple of months we have been experiencing these losses which are a result of failed equipment somewhere on KSKA’s end. When this happened on Saturday we switched to KTOO in Juneau to provide the community with […]

SEWARD SEA KAYAKING EXPO NEWS: NOV 16, 2006 MEETING HIGHLIGHTS

Seward Sea Kayaking Exposition News November 14, 2006 Meeting Notes *Bringing Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Level Kayakers Together…. Present: Paul Carter, Chairman (Edgewater Hotel & Charter Option) Rick Brown, Vice Chairman (Adventures Latitude 60 North) Capt. Sherrie Miller, (Miller’s Landing) Allen Drake (Flotilla Commander, Seward USCG Auxiliary) Susan Swiderski (Orca […]

Women of the World: Global Voices United

Women of the World: Global Voices United

Women of the World: Global Voices United Tuesday, October 11th 7:00 PM Mariner Theatre, Homer, AK $10 Youth, $15 HCOA members, $25 General Women of the World is an international quartet of powerful women performing original and traditional a cappella music with a contemporary twist. The vocalists hail from Japan, […]