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Petrosius Breaks SHS High Jump Record

Petrosius Breaks SHS High Jump Record

The following article was written by Seward High School students Tanis Lorring and Megan Koster.  To see a video clip of the high jump and read more student news, please visit http://shstoday.org/ At the SHS home track meet on April 25, sophomore Coral Petrosius broke a thirty-year school record for the […]

Summit Lake Lodge Mother’s Day Special

Summit Lake Lodge Mother’s Day Special

Make Summit Lake your Mother’s Day destination this Sunday May 14 for a Prime Rib Dinner. The prime rib is slow roasted to perfection on a bed of rock salt, served with garlic mashed potatoes, fresh veggies and a garden salad. $24 Summit Lake Lodge will begin serving at noon. Summit Lake […]

Donna Talamantes and Kristi Elkins are part of the finance team at the Alaska SeaLife Center. (Alaska SeaLife Center)

Jump into new opportunities this spring!

Springtime is a great time of year to start the next chapter of your life, including looking for that next great job! The Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) is now accepting applications for several full time and seasonal positions including Accounting Manager and Accounting Technician I/II/III-Accounts Payable. “I love working for […]

New Community Garden Set to Break Ground this Summer!

New Community Garden Set to Break Ground this Summer!

In November 2016 Seward Wellness For All hosted Seward’s 1st Annual Seward Strong Planning Day.  The objective of the planning day was to identify two wellness initiatives for our community to focus on in the coming year.  Over 30 community members from diverse backgrounds attended the event, together brainstorming dozens […]

Four Valleys Community School Summer Intensives are one of KMTA's new grants.

National Heritage Area Grants Build Bridges

From a new steel beam bridge across California Creek in Girdwood to a storytelling project between elders and youth in Seward, Kenai Mountains Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area awarded grants to connect people to places and their stories at the April 12 KMTA Board meeting. National Heritage Area grants are […]

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

By Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News – The Port City Players devoted numerous hours rehearsing for their current production of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Tryouts took place in mid January and rehearsals began in February 3-4 nights per week. Director Linnea Hollingsworth stated rehearsals went well, she […]

Alaska LNG Community Meeting

Alaska LNG Community Meeting

Please join the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation for an update on the corporation and Alaska LNG project. Light refreshments will be provided. When: Tuesday April 25th, 2017, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm (presentation starts at 6:30 pm) Where: Seward Community Library and Museum, 239 6th Ave. Seward, AK For more […]

AVTEC Maritime Featured on KTVA

AVTEC Maritime Featured on KTVA

AVTEC Maritime Department Head and local boat captain Terry Federer appeared on KTVA’s Workforce Wednesday segment this week. He was invited to discuss career opportunities in the Maritime industry and how to get started on a Maritime career. The segment can be watched at this link: http://www.ktva.com/daybreak/workforce-wednesday/