Health

Mrs. Zabala's Blue Ribbon Recyclers

Mrs. Zabala's Blue Ribbon Recyclers

Mrs. Zabala’s 3rd grade class took first place in a plastics recycling challenge sponsored by Alaska SeaLife Center AmeriCorps members. The competition, held among nine classrooms of Seward Elementary Students, kicked off at the end March. Five AmeriCorps members taught students the basics of recycling plastic and other recyclable materials, […]

Mrs. Zabala’s Blue Ribbon Recyclers

Mrs. Zabala’s Blue Ribbon Recyclers

Mrs. Zabala’s 3rd grade class took first place in a plastics recycling challenge sponsored by Alaska SeaLife Center AmeriCorps members. The competition, held among nine classrooms of Seward Elementary Students, kicked off at the end March. Five AmeriCorps members taught students the basics of recycling plastic and other recyclable materials, […]

Learn About The Local Rowing Club

Ever wonder what sweep rowing or a crew boat looks like up close? Can you describe the difference between sweep rowing and sculling? Do you think you would like to give a new sport a chance? This is your lucky opportunity! The Kenai Crewsers Rowing Club is gearing up for […]

Soaring Food Prices Make Matters Worse

Headlines and newscasts announced worldwide food shortages and skyrocketing prices.  But when I heard that rice was being rationed right here in Alaska, I could hardly believe it. Since 2002 the numbers of Americans turning to food banks and charities for help has been steadily increasing.  And the supplies of […]

Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin

Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin: Sports & Recreation News: Letter of Thanks Seward Parks and Recreation hosted the Annual Super Saturday Clean-Up Saturday, May 3rd. Due to the outstanding efforts of the community and the support of Alaska Sea Life Center, our sponsors and Alaska Waste, Super Saturday turned out […]

Test Your Smoke and CO Alarms

Test Your Smoke and CO Alarms

A reminder from your local fire department. With warmer weather and longer days, nature is undergoing a fresh start and so are homeowners who are ready to clean up the debris that has been accumulating in the basements, storage sheds, garages, and yards over the winter. While a good “spring […]

There’s no doubt that life jackets save lives. In the United States an average of nine people a day die as a result of drowning – deaths that could have been prevented. But a life jacket that does not fit properly can put a person at risk of drowning. Proper […]

Thank You SEWARD for Caring

Dear City of Seward, Words cannot express my feelings right now following your tremendous outpouring of love and support. As usual, our wonderful community came out in a showing of love that was completely unexpected by me. This event was largely kept quiet from me, and I was not expecting […]

Seward Little League Getting Ready

Seward Little League Getting Ready

Seward Little League still has the following positions to fill before we get into the 2008 season: Treasurer Secretary Coaching Coordinator Umpire Manager Uniform Coordinator Sponsor Coordinator Snack Shack Coordinator If you have the time and are interested in making this season one of the best for our kids please […]

HOW TO BUST SEWARD SAFEWAY

Besides Three Bears, Safeway grocery store is the only big chain supermarket in town.  It’s the 21st century hunting ground for most of us living in Seward and surrounding areas. We sure have it easy as long as the Seward Highway is open. The food comes all packaged, cleaned and […]

Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin

Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin

Sports & Recreation News:   TelAlaska Team Wins Adult Basketball League Championship   At first it looked as though the TelAlaska team, managed and coached by Travis Stubblefield, was going to take their champion status without much effort this past Tuesday night (March 18). Eight and a half minutes into […]

Treacherous Road Conditions

The Alaska State Troopers are reporting that stretches of the Seward and Sterling highways are extremely treacherous and calling 511 does not reflect the true road conditions. In many areas, there are stretches of standing water over ice – in these conditions, sanding is not effective and numerous accidents have […]

Swimmers to Homer for March Madness Meet

Swimmers to Homer for March Madness Meet

It’s swim meet time on the Peninsula and the Seward Tsunami Swim Club (STSC) is on their way to Homer this weekend to compete in the March Madness swim meet hosted by Homers’ Kachemack Swim Club. The meet will take place in the Kate Khuns Aquatic Center, Homer. The meet […]

SPRD Bulletin

SPRD Bulletin

  Sports & Recreation News: Girls Basketball Camp coming this summer! Girls don’t miss out! Save the dates! T’Neisha Turner along with her colleagues Robin Smith and Cotelia Bond-Young will be offering a basketball camp for girls ages 9 to 18 this summer. This one week camp will run July […]

A Major Thank You From P.A.R.K.S.

P.A.R.K.S., a committee of the Seward PTSA and sponsored by the Seward Elks, would like to thank all of the companies and individuals who have donated money and materials to the project to date: BLACK BEAR LEVEL $10,000-$24,999 – Providence Health System – MOOSE LEVEL $5000-$9999 – City of Seward, […]

DEC presents timeline on Seward Ship Drydock

DEC presents timeline on Seward Ship Drydock

Seward Ship’s Drydock Inc. Fact Sheet (original here) About Seward Ship’s Drydock Inc.: The Seward Ship’s Drydock opened in 1973 to provide vessel services close to the fishing grounds. Increased demand led to the construction of the current home for Seward Ship’s Chandlery in the Leirer Industrial Park. In 1979 […]

Providence Seward Medical promotes healthy lungs

In order to promote healthy lifestyles, Providence Seward Medical and Care Center has become a non-smoking facility as of January 1, 2008 This affects the entire Providence Seward campus, including the hospital, long term care center and parking areas. The Providence Medical staff wishes you a Happy and Healthy New […]

Seward gets a new warning system

Seward gets a new warning system

By Russell Stigall For Seward City News KENAI PENINSULA – Warnings are a hoot. Actually they’re one long, steady hoot followed by a man’s voice giving the facts and actions one should follow to avoid danger. By way of Kenai Peninsula Borough resolution and funding, Chicago-based Federal Signal has installed […]