Opinion

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. […]

Senior Citizen Survey Results for District 6 Candidates

Thank you District 6 candidates Kenn Carpenter and Brandii Holmdahl for participating in this Senior Citizen Survey. In addition to the economic issues facing our state and boroughs, there are several issues of particular importance to our KPB Senior population. Seniors on the peninsula number approximately 10,000 and provide a […]

Thank you from the Kenai Watershed Forum

Thank you from the Kenai Watershed Forum

Volunteers really do make a difference!   This summer season 180+ volunteers, everyday people like you and me, got together to make a difference on Kenai Peninsula rivers through the Stream Watch program.  This year marks the 21st season for the volunteer driven program with people from across the state […]

The draft beer selection at the Seward Ale House

Wish You Were Beer

By Alexis De Leon for SCN – Seward is known for a lot of things. In fact, for being so small it carries a big name. Seward boasts: a port that doesn’t freeze-over in the winter, fjords that can be seen by relatively quick day trip, and a Fourth of […]

Opinion: No Grocery Tax Increase

Assemblyman Dale Bagley’s Grocery Tax Increase Ordinance was voted down on Tuesday, April 21st at the borough assembly meeting in Seward. We want to say THANK YOU to everyone who sent an email to the assembly, called their assembly member, wrote a letter to the newspaper, or attended one of […]