All tracksters need to be at the pool doors at 2:30 sharp today to get on the bus for a trail run! Dress for the weather. If you throw exclusively, Coach Scrivo will be here at about 3:15. There will be a Native Youth Leaders lunch today at […]
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Thanks to the many generous donations left by the community this spring, as we cleaned out our bookshelves and closets! The Friends of the Library and their volunteers will organize the donated materials into a richly diverse Used Book Sale this month. The sale will be held April 29 and […]
By Seward Properties – I always cringe inside when I have to give out the same answer this time of year. “Sorry, we don’t have any summer rentals available…Try Seward Housing on FaceBook…Good luck!” We try to be as positive and encouraging as we can for all the summer people […]
Alaska SeaLife Center replaces 98% of reliance on oil fired boilers with seawater heat from Resurrection Bay
Alaska SeaLife Center News Release – Ground breaking CO2 refrigerant heat pump system first to replace oil/electrical boilers in U.S.A. Seward, Alaska (April 22, 2016) – In recognition of Earth Day, the Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) is pleased to announce implementation of a ground breaking CO2 refrigerant heat pump system, […]
This year the Tonsina Dixon/Holden Memorial 5k will begin on June 5th @10:30am at the Lowell Point parking lot and end at Tonsina Beach, with the after-party food, drinks, and awards happening right there on the beach! It’s a no-frills event – so no race t-shirt, no timing chips – […]
You are cordially invited to the spring concert of the Seward Community Choir on Thursday, May 5th at 7 PM at the Rae Building Auditorium, located at the bottom of 3rd Avenue, across from Sea View Plaza. The concert is free, but a donation of a food item for […]
Good luck to our track and field team as they go to Kenai to compete today and tomorrow. Also, this afternoon our soccer teams compete at home against Wasilla. Games start at 3pm. Tomorrow they take on Voznesenka starting at 11am. Come on out to cheer on the Seahawks! […]
Please do not prop the outside doors open after school. Even though it feels warm, there is still a 20 degree difference in temperature and we’re just throwing heat money out the door. The results of a very challenging national trigonometry test that Seward High Precalculus students participated in […]
Child Care providers in Seward received some unwelcome news from the Department of Health & Social Services Child Care Program Office that has several of them considering closing their doors. Child care licensing specialists will be visiting Seward and inspecting their facilities, which in the majority of cases in Seward […]
A PAINT THIS TOWN ALASKA class was offered for tomorrow, April 21st, at the Seward Senior Center. The class has been cancelled. A second opportunity May 18th has also been cancelled. .
Canning Low Acid Food Learn how to can low acid food such as fish, meat and vegetables at a workshop on April 27, 6:00-10:00 pm, Seward High School. Class is limited to 10 people and the cost is $10. Contact Cooperative Extension Service to register at 907-262-5824.
Soldotna, April 19, 2016—Five KPBSD teachers learned they were recognized as a 2016 BP Teacher of Excellence when Superintendent Dusek made surprise visits to congratulate the teachers and share the news. Selected from more than fifty excellent nominations, BP and KPBSD celebrate Darilynn Caston, Redoubt Elementary School; Sharon Hopkins, Tustumena […]
The Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area board will hold a regular meeting Monday, May 2nd at 6:00 pm, at the KPB Seward Annex office in Sea View Plaza at 302 Railway Ave, Suite 122. Public is welcomed. For the meeting agenda and information visit the website at www.kpb.us/service-areas/sbcfsa/sbcfsa-meetings or contact […]
By Rick Smeriglio for SCN — Prevent oil spills and eliminate the need for clean up, works as a slogan. As a plan B practical matter, twenty-seven Seward fishing vessels worked to prepare for a day if a tanker fails to prevent an oil spill. Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Committee […]
THURSDAY, APRIL 21st, 2:00-4:00pm, SEWARD SENIOR CENTER Senior discount to have a “fun, rockin’, social experience”! All materials provided. Open to the community. Contact the SSC office at 224-5604 to reserve your spot.
By Spencer Burgin for SCN – For homegrown Ken Faust, Peter Pan is more than just a warm homecoming—it’s all about community. When Ken “Kenny” Faust first learned that he was named director of Peter Pan, he figured out quickly that it was going to be a special production. The […]
The following letter is posted with the permission of the author. April 16, 2016 Dear Parents, Thank you to all of you for your support and phone calls to licensing concerning the way childcare licensing intends to conduct inspections of licensed homes in the future. We have received notice that […]
SCRAP•ARTS•MUSIC A Theater for All Fundraiser Presented by Seward PTA Supported by Seward Community Foundation, Seward Arts Council, Captain Jack’s Seafood, Hotel 360, Major Marine Tours, Seward Music Association Purchase a ticket and help send students at Seward ElementarySchool, Seward Middle School, and Seward High School to a SCRAP•ARTS•MUSIC Educational Matinee! What is […]
How much is my home worth? It’s a question that most people are naturally curious about. Not that you’re thinking about selling right this minute, but it is nice to know how much equity you have built up in your home and whether the market is going up or down at the […]
Join Us: Kenai Mountains Turnagain Arm Community Corridor Association Board Meeting: Thursday, May 5, 2-5 p.m. in Girdwood at Our Lady of the Snows Meadows Community Room Grants for the coming season will be reviewed.