Opinion

Fat-Shaming Is Not Okay

Fat-Shaming Is Not Okay

We have survived the first of the Presidential debates. With all of the pre- and post-game analysis on social media or via news outlets, one quote has been conspicuously absent from the dialogue. Throughout the entire hour of jibs and jabs, a single quote stood out to me as a giant […]

Letter to the Editor: Support the Road Paving Bond

Submitted by Margaret Anderson – September 16, 2016 Dear Editor: On Tuesday, OCTOBER 4 TH Seward Voters will be asked to approve a 3 Million Dollar Bond Issue for paving roads in Seward during the 2017 Construction Season. Federal and State funding is available for 75% of the initial project which has […]

Play outdoors with Pokemon Go

Play outdoors with Pokemon Go

By Russell Stigall for Seward City News – It’s a huge thing. A new game from Nintendo called Pokémon Go. The game has increased its developer’s stock value by up to $10 billion. Seward has missed out on many high-tech fads; Uber, high-speed fiber optic internet. Pokémon is an interesting […]

Town Hall Meeting District 29

Town Hall Meeting District 29

Town Hall Meeting Poster Seward 03-26-2016 Town Hall Meeting District 29 Saturday, March 26, 2016 3 pm – 5 pm Seward City Hall Council Chambers 410 Adams Street Please join in the discussion with: Representative Mike Chenault Questions: Representative Mike Chenault Kenai office 283-7223

Huge landslide blocks Lowell Point Road

Huge landslide blocks Lowell Point Road

After torrential rains, the supersaturated soil on the steep mountainside along Lowell Point Road gave way this afternoon at a new spot around 2 pm. The huge slide, about mile 1.5, included a massive spruce tree, snapped in half, mud, and rocks. Public Works does not plan to start clearing […]

Please Vote Today

By Cheryl Seese – I am voting for Jean Bardarson as Seward City Mayor. She has served our community very well for many years on the City Council. As Mayor, this last year, she has continued to serve us well. She listens and reads everything that comes before the council. […]

Opinion: VOTE TUESDAY 10/6/15

By Cheryl Seese – I am voting for Jean Bardarson as Seward City Mayor. She has served our community very well for many years on the City Council. As Mayor, this last year, she has continued to serve us well. She listens and reads everything that comes before the council. […]