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Borough School Funding Thank You

Borough School Funding Thank You

The Seward PTSA would like to thank our assembly representative Kenn Carpenter for voting to approve Mayor Mike Navarre’s budget request for school funding during approval of the borough budget last night! With the local contribution portion of the district budget finalized, hopefully the district will be able to move […]

Ever seen a 32-foot-tall puffin?

Ever seen a 32-foot-tall puffin?

Seward’s newest murals, by master artist Liza McElroy, will be unveiled at Harbor 360 Hotel, 1412 4th Avenue, on Saturday, May 20. On hand for the excitement will be Seward-born author Jackie Pels, with her book Framed by Sea & Sky: Community art in Seward, mural capital of Alaska. Come […]

Seward-Bear Creek Flood Service Area Board vacancies

Seward-Bear Creek Flood Service Area Board vacancies

Notice is hereby given that vacancies exist on the Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area Board. Applications are being sought from those qualified voters who are interested in appointment to their respective service area board. Any qualified voter who has resided within the service area for 180 days may apply for […]

You Can Stop This!

YOU CAN HELP STOP THIS! The state school board is proposing to close the high school pool for the months of June and July, due to budget constraints. This is unconscionable. The pool is is an absolute necessity for those of us who are older, and who have lifelong diseases […]

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 […]