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Crackerjack Sportfishing of Seward recently provided the necessary expertise for locating and guiding the Alaska SeaLife Center’s success in securing king salmon. The salmon are now housed in the Alaska SeaLife Center’s new exhibit: Alaska Salmon: The Cycle of Life. Fortunately, the center was able to rely on the knowledge […]

Information on the Long-Term Care Facility Site

By: City Manager Phillip Oates Why is the City of Seward considering a different site for the Long Term Care Facility? A number of factors made it prudent to reconsider the original decision. At the site adjacent to Japp Creek, results of the October 2006 flood generated new requirements that […]

The northwest corner of 3rd and Jefferson has been a hot topic over the years for the Chamber, our members, and the community at large. Again, we are caught between fiscal realities and historic preservation. Our mission, “to promote and support a diversified economy,” reflects our commitment to Seward’s business […]

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 […]

Community Needs Assessment Survey Results

The City of Seward, through staff efforts and program resources of the AmeriCorps VISTA program, created and distributed a Community Needs Assessment Survey in the fall of 2006. The survey was distributed to every box holder at the Seward Post Office, the end result of which was a total of […]

TAMS CLASSES

Techniques of Alcohol Management Spring Classes Schedule Sunday March 4, Sunday April 1, Sunday May 6 & Sunday May 20 at The Pit Bar at 11a.m. Identification is required for all TAM classes. You must be 21 years of age to attend.Please arrive by 10:45 a.m. to register. If you […]

Conference Center Not Feasible

February 6, 2007 Chris Beck Agnew Beck chris@agnewbeck.com Re: the City of Seward Conference Center in the Mary Lowell Center Feasibility Assessment I attended the first public meetings concerning the feasibility of a Seward Conference Center on November 16 and 20, 2006 titled “Seward Conference Center Feasibility Assessment”. I have […]

Thanks and Recognition

Thanks and Recognition

Late in September of 2006, Sgt. Keenan Williams and his wife Lori, along with six other soldiers and their families, traveled to our community for a weekend of fun and relaxation before being deployed to Iraq. Their trip was made possible by the graciousness and generosity of several Seward organizations […]

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 […]

Thank You Letter from Community Schools

Seward Community Schools would like to thank the following organizations, businesses and individuals for the support they have provided towards our events and programs in the 2006 year. Pink Cheeks Triathlon & Luau – DJ Club, Teen Council, Curt Jacobson, Josie Ronne, Galen Brewi, Seward Elks Lodge Members, Safeway and […]

Flood Damage Applicant Briefing

On Monday December 18th at 12:00 PM, the Kenai Peninsula area damage applicants will attend an Applicant Briefing in Soldotna at the Assembly Chambers. Known applicants at this time that should be in attendance include: Kenai Peninsula Borough City of Seward Alaska Railroad DOT&PF Central Region Homer Electric Seward Sea […]

It's Time to Re-invest Back In Our Own Community

Overall and looking at the bigger picture, the City of Seward is in excellent financial shape, but the city’s population is in decline and the cost of doing business in Seward has dramatically gone up in the last two years. In the 2004-2005 Seward Annual Financial Report, the following information […]

It’s Time to Re-invest Back In Our Own Community

Overall and looking at the bigger picture, the City of Seward is in excellent financial shape, but the city’s population is in decline and the cost of doing business in Seward has dramatically gone up in the last two years. In the 2004-2005 Seward Annual Financial Report, the following information […]