Employee of the Year for 2009 Dorothy Locke, Medical Records Manager, has been selected as Spring Creek Correctional Centers Employee of the Year for 2009. Dorothy started with SCCC in June of 1988 shortly after the prison opened. She earned her degree in Health Information Management (HIM) from the University […]
Seward may have its land value increased within the last month by Kenai Peninsula Borough Assessing Department. My 3000 (30×100) Square foot property is now worth $56,000.00. This is roughly 25% increase from last years land value. I was curious and asked my neighbor. He too confirmed the reality. […]
Hotel Seward is proud to have Jessica Bishop an AVTEC Graduate and a life long Sewardite, join our Hotel Seward Family as Chef of Gene’s Place, our new Victorian Lounge and Restaurant! We are excited about her fresh new ideas and all the possibilties the future will bring. She entends […]
The Seward Community Foundations eleven member Board of Directors has initiated development of their mission and is progressing towards granting funds in early 2009. The mission of the Seward Community Foundation is to promote philanthropy through the support and growth of a permanent endowment to assist local needs and enhance […]
The Seward Mariners Memorial committee would like to express our gratitude to Deborah Altermatt and the Seward Rotary nominating committee for selecting our project as the benefactor of the Rotarys annual benefit fundraiser. The more than $2,000 raised at the Nov. 14 wine tasting held at the Holiday Inn Express […]
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 […]
[This is the speech I wanted to give at the City Council meeting tonight, but its six minutes long, and I am only allowed two minutes, so the version I am actually giving is much shorter] Mr. Mayor, Councilmembers. I am Theresa Butts of Quality Marine of Alaska I am […]
Providence Seward Medical and Care Center’s clinic will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. The Emergency Room will be open as usual, 24 hours a day. The clinic will reopen at 8 am November 28th. If you have questions, please call 224-2836. Happy Thanksgiving from the staff of Providence Seward Medical & Care […]
‘Tis the season to be jazzy! Enjoy your holiday season feeling good about yourself this year and join Seward Jazzercise. Exercise can help you stay in control during this time of excess and your body will thank you. In one class you learn a few steps and some new music, in the […]
Its raining, the Summer Market is open and we’ve got great, just picked, Organic Produce. This week we have: Organic: Shelled sweet peas, Red-leaf Head Lettuce, 3 varieties of Beets, Purple and Orange carrots, Snow Peas, Broccoli, Green Beans, Cabbage, Spaghetti Squash, Cauliflower, Sweet Pumpkin, and some of organic herbs. […]
We have Produce and its SO good. Here’s what’s on the garden menu this week: Certified Organic: Red leaf butter head lettuce, sweet carrots, purple carrots, 4 kinds of beets, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, snow peas, shelled peas. Hot house tomatoes and cucumbers from Bell’s Nursery. If you can’t make it […]
Big Brothers Big Sisters is seeking committed volunteers to become Big Brothers or Big Sisters to a “Little” in the community. We have several great kids waiting for a positive role model in their lives. All it takes is the willingness to build a friendship and the commitment of one […]
The Alaska SeaLife Center will close early on Friday, August 15 in preparation for a special event. Visitors can enter the Center until 5 p.m. Please contact Dawn Kimberlin, public relations manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 224-6311 if you have any questions. Thanks for your support, Seward!
This is a .pdf copy of the letter sent out with the latest utility bills addressing the possibility of net metering in Seward. cityofseward-netmeteringletter.pdf
It’s finally happened. Gas is now officially too expensive to use.
I was looking at the city web site this morning and saw a section committed to customer service, how to do business and another section where you can email the city about maintenance and repair. I’m not sure if these were there before somewhere on the website, but they are now prominently displayed […]
Want to get between the covers of a good book? Cover to Cover Bookstore is opening June 14 (Saturday), and is located at 300 Washington Street. Come in a peruse our great selection of books of all types, cards, bookmarks and more! Summer hours are 9:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m.
Researchers at the Alaska SeaLife Center are collecting the otoliths (ear bones) of chinook (king) and coho (silver) salmon for a study on the ocean survivorship of these salmon species. The Alaska SeaLife Center, in conjunction with a private research company, has been working on a program to help speed […]
GCI has just come out with new speeds and rates that are both fast and reasonable. Only for business customers though. 1 Mbps- $49.99 2 Mbps- $59.99 3 Mbps- $99.99 4 Mbps- $149.99 regionalxtreme042108doc-1.pdf
This past budget cycle was a very high-profile one for our community, and some of the issues remain unresolved. May 8th, at 7 PM, the City Council is holding a worksession on the sales tax cap (along with the 1st quarter financials). It is your opportunity to be heard and […]