Crime

Seward Highway Fugitive Captured

Seward Highway Fugitive Captured

Alaska State Troopers Press Release – On 3/2/15 the US Marshals Fugitive Task Force was asked by Soldotna Troopers, to look for and arrest 32 year old Andre Tanner, who was wanted on an outstanding warrant stemming from a pursuit that occurred on 2/28/15 from Soldotna to mile 52 of […]

Improving the odds against school shooters

Improving the odds against school shooters

By Heidi Zemach for SCN – Local law enforcement officers and principals from Seward, Moose Pass, and every other school in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District will soon begin training their staffs in the ALICE Method, a training method that provides several more creative, more proactive strategies for escaping, […]

Citizen’s Police Academy to be held in January

Seward Police Department Press Release – The Seward Police Department will be hosting a Citizen’s Police Academy beginning in January 2015.  The classes will be held one evening per week for approximately 10 weeks. This will be a highly informative and interesting learning experience.  The Citizen Police Academy will offer […]

Opinion: When Dogs Attack

Opinion: When Dogs Attack

By Tim Morrow – It looks like the comments were disabled on the post entitled “Dog Attack Victim Tries to Increase Public Safety.” I believe I understand the decision to disable comments, because emotions run high when it comes to people and their dogs. As a veteran bicyclist and a dog […]

Dog Attack Victim Tries to Increase Public Safety

Dog Attack Victim Tries to Increase Public Safety

By Doreen Lorenz Click link for FOX Alaska News story on Kirsten:  Dog Attack Victim tries to increase Public Safety ANCHORAGE, Ak– Earlier this month a dog attacked a Kenai Peninusla resident. Here in Anchorage we have animal control with rules and regulations and same goes for the city of […]

Peking receives community gift

Peking receives community gift

On September 3, local business owners John and Mimi Park of Peking Restaurant were attacked at their establishment, leaving them badly bruised and beaten. The crime appeared to be a random act that shocked Seward residents. See the full story here . Shortly afterward, local Sewardite Josh Estes rose to the occasion to start […]

Savage assaults on business couple stuns community

Savage assaults on business couple stuns community

By Heidi Zemach for SCN – Mimi and John Park, who run Peking Restaurant on Fourth Avenue were brutally assaulted by a strange young man who walked into their restaurant Monday September 1st . Battered and bruised, they opened the restaurant the very next day. Shocked customers and friends brought […]

Troopers investigating taxi hit and run

Troopers investigating taxi hit and run

Heidi Zemach for SCN –   Alaska State Troopers are investigating the hit and run accident that occurred early last Friday at the intersection of Nash Road and Salmon Creek Road in Seward. Taxi driver Jack Walganski, 54, also known as “Mad Jack” and “Quacker Jack” was driving his white 2000 […]

Work of public art vandalized

Work of public art vandalized

Heidi Zemach for the Seward City News – The “Communal Tree” sculpture, recently-installed in the Museum Library garden has been vandalized. It’s still a beautiful work of art, but at some time this past weekend, someone smashed two of the fused glass flower rosettes that hung off from the end […]

Spring Creek Inmate Death

Spring Creek Inmate Death

Heidi Zemach for SCN- A 29-year old inmate at Spring Creek Correctional Center has died. Eilhu Gillespie was transported to Providence Seward Medical & Care Center in Seward Sunday June 29th early in the morning, where he was pronounced deceased at 2:32 a.m. Soldotna dispatch was first notified of an […]

Lost Camera

Lost camera and bag outside sealife center. Small red and black fabric bag with Cannon PowerShot (reddish pink color camera). Really want SD card with all my AK pictures. They can contact Seward PD or call 414-581-2097. Reward offer.

Best Seller Sure to Excite Community

Best Seller Sure to Excite Community

By Alexis DeLeon for SCN – The Seward Library Association or Friends of the Library hosted a Q & A with Klinkhart the author of the Alaskan best seller “Finding Bethany.” “I had received a call from Glen originally. He said he was touring with his book and really wanted […]

Finding Bethany, author Glen Klinkhart book signing June 6

Finding Bethany, author Glen Klinkhart book signing June 6

Adults and teens are invited to complete their June 6 First Friday art walk at the Seward Community Library Museum, where author and former Anchorage Police Department Detective Glen Klinkhart will lead a short discussion about his new true crime memoir, “Finding Bethany.” A book signing will follow. Friends of […]

Glen Klinkhart booking signing with Q&A, June 6

Glen Klinkhart booking signing with Q&A, June 6

Adults and teens are invited to complete their June 6 First Friday art walk at the Seward Community Library Museum, where author and former Anchorage Police Department Detective Glen Klinkhart will lead a short discussion about his new true crime memoir, “Finding Bethany.” A book signing will follow. Friends of […]

A Statement from Jim & Rhonda Hubbard

Press Release – By 8pm Tuesday evening, April 15th, after a year long ordeal the jury deliberated the facts of our case and rightfully deemed us innocent on all counts of felony and misdemeanor charges “heaped”, (as quoted from lead investigator Hinton), upon us by the State. The bias by a few […]

Prisoner Sentenced for Assault on Correctional Officer

April 3, 2014  Press Release, Alaska District Attorney’s Office On April 2, 2014, 27 year old James Coven was sentenced for assaulting a correctional officer while imprisoned at the Anchorage Jail Complex.  Coven’s assault caused multiple fractures to the officer’s jaw, a fractured nose, multiple broken teeth, and a concussion. […]