Category: Food

Democracy in Alaska

Democracy in Alaska

For Seward City News by Russ Maddox The spate of indictments against current and former lawmakers is no doubt saddening to most Alaskans. But anyone who follows politics enough to be reading the editorial page in this paper knows that favors and payoffs in our political system are the norm, […]

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 […]

Food pantry opens in Seward

Seward families have a new local resource to help them through tough times. A food pantry, operated by Seward Ministerial Association, opened its doors Dec. 20. Located in a brown building just in front of the Air Force Rec Camp, the pantry does not have a sign up yet, but […]