Health

Seward Senior Center Happenings

Seward Senior Center 336 3rd Ave 224-5604   Senior Center Happenings Lunch Everyday At Noon We have WiFi!   Monday 3/16 8:00                 AARP Tax Aide – Call 224-5604 for an appointment. 10:30-11:30     Core Balance Class 1:00                 Wii Bowling ~ Oldies, But Goodies 1:00                 Post Office Run   Tuesday 3/17  Happy […]

Do you know your neighbor?

I grew up in a small town in Illinois, population of about 1400 people. I knew everyone on my block and neighboring blocks, and for that matter most every block! I come from a large family- Aunts, Uncles, cousins, second cousins, third cousins, cousins once removed (don’t ask) and we […]

Earthquake

09:09 AM AKST Saturday January 24th, 2009 Magnitude- 5.73 in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska Latitude:     59.4255 Longitude:     -152.7154 Depth:     62 miles (100 km) 124 miles (198 km) WSW of Seward http://www.aeic.alaska.edu/recent/sub/index.html

Ship Yard Violation Notice

Notice of violation for failure to use reasonable precautions to prevent fugitive particulate matter emissions and air pollution. The Department of Environmental Conservation to Seward Ship’s Drydock, Inc. seward.pdf

Coal Dust Past and Present

The coal export facility was built in Seward by Veco Construction back in the eighties. It was one of Veco’s largest projects to date and brought many jobs to town. I remember waiting and hoping to be selected from the casual laborers who gathered each morning to fill in for […]

The Problem of Loose Dogs

As a community, we need to figure out a solution to our growing problem of loose dogs. There is no law for loose animals outside of the city limits and something needs to be done. Loose dogs are injured on roadways, sometimes nearly causing vehicle collisions when others try to […]

Making A Difference….

We all live in a turbulent world these days. As adults, we are bombarded on all sides with every-day family and work stress, as well as larger-scale issues such as the economy, war and political polarization. The real world can be a downright scary place. However, as I look all […]

Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin

Lip Sync Contest Jump off Weekend!!! Annual Polar Bear Jump Lip Sync Contest Sponsored by GCI, TYC, & Seward Resort January 17 @ 7pm $10 entry fee per individual/group Held at the Seward Resort Youth and Family Events: Polar Bear Kids Carnival Sat, Jan 17th from 2 to 4pm at […]

Call to Action

Call to Action

The Alaska Division of Fire and Life Safety joins United State Fire Administrator Greg Cade in asking all residents in the nation to make sure that all homes have working smoke alarms. Eighteen Alaska residents lost their lives due to fire in 2008. The majority of these senseless deaths occurred […]

Seward Community Foundation

Seward Community Foundation

The Seward Community Foundation’s eleven member Board of Directors has initiated development of their mission and is progressing towards granting funds in early 2009. The mission of the Seward Community Foundation is to promote philanthropy through the support and growth of a permanent endowment to assist local needs and enhance […]

Food Drive Gets Results

Food Drive Gets Results

We raised 7600lbs!!!!!!  The boys and Girls club helped us separate the food for the banks. I would like to THANK EVERYONE  for the help  Way to GO SEWARD!!! Jackie C. Wilde Breeze Inn Hotel

Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin

Community Schools News: Japanese Language Instruction with Kathy McDevitt Learn the basics of Japanese in eight weeks! Every Tuesday Jan 6 to Feb 24. Classes will be held for Elementary kids 4 to 5 pm at the elementary, cost is $42. Middle through Adult class will be held at the […]

FISHING VESSEL SEARCHED FOR RATS

SEWARD – Apparently for the first time since statehood, an Alaska State Trooper has boarded a fishing vessel in Seward specifically to search for illegal rats. Acting on a tip alleging a rat infestation, the trooper last week searched a large fishing vessel that recently arrived from Dutch Harbor. While […]

DOT&PF imposes speed reductions on Seward Highway bridges

Recent inspections have detected weakened structural supports for three bridges in the Trail Lakes area along the Seward Highway, prompting speed reductions for vehicles crossing the affected bridges, according to Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) officials. This action is in response to heavy commercial vehicles and loads […]

DOT&PF imposes speed reductions on Seward Highway bridges

Recent inspections have detected weakened structural supports for three bridges in the Trail Lakes area along the Seward Highway, prompting speed reductions for vehicles crossing the affected bridges, according to Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) officials. This action is in response to heavy commercial vehicles and loads […]

Seward Animal Shelter Update

Seward Animal Shelter Update

We have two featured Pets of the Week because we are really hoping they find a home together. “Norman” and “Albert” are 9-month old neutered male cats. Albert is short haired and Norman has barely medium hair. They are both beautiful, playful and love each other. They will be tons […]