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How To: Seward’s Public Use Cabins

How To: Seward’s Public Use Cabins

by Kelley Lane for Seward City News- One of the many things that I love about Seward is our abundance of public use cabins. These are cabins that are publicly owned and provide a warm and dry place to stay while out exploring our public lands. They are rentable through […]

Update from SPD and Troopers on Oct 1 Shooting

Update from SPD and Troopers on Oct 1 Shooting

Hello everyone- AST, OSPA and Seward PD are providing a little clarification regarding what transpired on the October 1, 2017 officer involved shooting in Seward. It is still an active and ongoing investigation. Once the investigation by AST is complete, the report will be forwarded to OSPA for review. AK17070447 Location: […]

Elder Mills and Sister Mills at the Seward Community Library and Museum. Photo: Michelle Strubeck.

Helping Hands in the Community

by Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News- If you have ever done volunteer work, you may have noticed a difference in the way you feel afterwards. There is a boost in your mood, you feel a sense of accomplishment, you have a higher self confidence and feel more capable. Volunteer […]

Voting booths are ready for Seward & Lowell Point voters.

Municipal Election Final Results

  Final Election Results for October 3, 2017 Municipal Election   The City of Seward Canvass Board met today and certified the final results of the election.  They are as follows: Mayor (one seat) Dave Squires 428 Tim McDonald 83 Write ins 12   City Council (three seats) Sue McClure […]

The Intangible, a fishing boat based out of Petersburg, AK, undergoes repairs at the Seward Vigor site on Tuesday, October 3rd. Photo: Kelley Lane.

Vigor at SMIC: “Here for the Long Haul”

by Kelley Lane for Seward City News- Vigor, a marine services operation located at Seward’s Marine Industrial Center (SMIC), is “here to stay,” according to Adam Beck. Beck is in charge of Alaska Operations for Vigor, and is based out of Portland, Oregon. He plans to spend a few days […]

Seward Municipal Election Unofficial Results

Seward Municipal Election Unofficial Results

From the Seward City Clerk: The following are the unofficial results from tonight’s Seward Municipal Election.  For unofficial results for the Kenai Peninsula Borough Election, please visit http://www.kpb.us/assembly-clerk/elections/election-results Mayoral Race (one seat) David Squires, 362  votes Tim McDonald, 72 votes Write Ins, 9 votes Seward City Council (three seats) Suzanne Towsley, 214 votes Sue McClure, 291 votes […]

Oct 3 2017 City of Seward Ballot Information

Oct 3 2017 City of Seward Ballot Information

***REMINDER that in order to be eligible to vote for the October 3, 2017 Municipal Election, you must be registered to vote in the Seward Precinct.  The last day to register to vote or change voter registration is September 3, 2017 ((with the State of Alaska), or September 1, 2017 […]

KPB State Senator Micciche. Photo courtesy of Senator Micciche.

Seward’s Senator Micciche Pays A Visit

by Kelley Lane for Seward City News- Last Friday, Senator Peter Micciche paid a surprise visit to the Seward Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, which is held bi-monthly at the Breeze Inn. Micciche has served as the Kenai Peninsula’s state senator since 2013 and the Senate majority leader since January of […]