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Baby Beluga leaving Seward soon

Baby Beluga leaving Seward soon

Tyonek, the rescued Cook Inlet baby beluga will soon leave Seward for his forever home at SeaWorld San Antonio, Texas. There, another baby beluga male born about the same time in September 2017 at the facility awaits his new buddy along with other belugas. The date for his transfer has […]

TwinkleFest Kickoff Party – Tonight

TwinkleFest Kickoff Party – Tonight

Do you spend the summer anxiously awaiting November? Are you stringing Christmas lights the day after Halloween? Is your collection of ugly Christmas sweaters rivaled by no other? Join us tonight as we celebrate TwinkleFest 2018, a new holiday event, with a kickoff party! We’ll discuss ideas, plans, and delegate […]

Tsunami (Swimmers) Headed for Juneau!

Tsunami (Swimmers) Headed for Juneau!

Swimmers from North Pole to Ketchikan are converging on Juneau’s Dimond Park Aquatic Center this weekend, for the 2018 Alaska Swimming Age Group Championships. This is a gathering of top 14 and under swimmers from around the state. Athletes must meet time standards to compete at this event, and are […]

NOSB Art Show at Sea Life Center

NOSB Art Show at Sea Life Center

ocTAEpus by Kathleen Banks from Kodiak High School What is NOSB?  The National Oceans Science Bowl is an academic competition and program that addresses a national gap in environmental and earth sciences in public education by introducing high school students to and engaging them in ocean science, preparing them for […]

Exit Glacier Road parking enforced by gate

Heads-up!  Troopers are citing vehicles parked in the “No Parking” zones near the locked gate at the intersection of Old Exit Glacier Road and Herman Leirer Road aka Exit Glacier Road. Drivers are advised to park in the pullout a short distance away to avoid being ticketed. For current conditions […]

Found Chuckit and ball

I found a Chuckit with ball at the intersection of the highway and Airport Road shortly after 2 pm today. If it’s yours, please contact Seward Police for lost and found to pick it up. I’ll try to drop it off soon. Carol Griswold

Power Outage Friday February 9th

POWER OUTAGE The Seward Electric Department has scheduled a power outage to conduct emergency repairs, Friday, February 9th, from 9:00am am to 11:00am. The affected areas will be everything North of Sealion Drive to Grouse Lake including, but not limited to, Forest Acres, Subdivisions and residences accessed from Nash Rd, […]

Wind-created snowballs!

Wind-created snowballs!

A  strong but playful north wind enjoyed the fresh snowfall last night, rolling up hundreds of snowballs on the beach, in yards, and unplowed parking lots. The snowballs ranged in size from pingpong balls to volleyballs and each left a tell-tale trail behind as it rolled. It was an amazing […]

Historic Jesse Lee Home in limbo again

Historic Jesse Lee Home in limbo again

The historic Jesse Lee Home, built in 1925, still stands in defiance of its inevitable demise. The relentless wind has shredded, ripped, and removed the Viqueen covering the old wood-shingled roofs.  The rain and wind are free to enter the leaky roofs and unprotected window openings.  The stucco siding is […]

Upcoming Arts Event

Upcoming Arts Event

Hear one of Alaska’s most beloved and innovative bands for the annual Seward Arts Council membership drive on Saturday, March 3!  This is an all-ages event celebrating our community.   To support the continued growth of arts in Seward, you can purchase an Individual ($35) or Family ($60) membership ticket, available for advance sale online through our website: www.sewardartscouncil.blogspot.com.  General […]