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Arctic Entries Storytelling Event Tickets

Arctic Entries Storytelling Event Tickets

The Seward Nordic Ski Club is presenting a night of true life stories from local folks and you’re invited! Join us at 7 p.m. on January 19, 2017, at the Seward High School Auditorium. If you haven’t heard of this wildly popular series, Arctic Entries brings Alaskans to the stage […]

Thanks to our emergency responders!

Thanks to our emergency responders!

Shortly after dawn on the first day of the new year, a LifeMed Alaska medevac helicopter landed at the Providence-Seward helistop to transport a patient to Anchorage. Today, the Guardian Flight fixed wing transported another patient in need to Anchorage while the Seward Volunteer Ambulance Corps stood by watching the take-off. […]

Annual Grant Cycle Now Open – Seward Community Foundation

Seward Community Foundation News Release – Happy New Year, All! The Seward Community Foundation is now accepting annual grant applications, with a deadline of March 1, 2017 for local nonprofits to submit funding requests. Most annual grants range from $2,000 to $10,000, but larger awards may be considered with advance approval from the board. […]

Arctic Entries Comes to Seward!

Arctic Entries Comes to Seward!

“Arctic Entries” brings Alaskans to the stage to tell personal stories-funny, sad or sweet. Seven Sewardites, that you may or may not know, will have 7 minutes to entertain you with a true life tale. The stories follow a theme. This year, the theme is: “Fall and Rise: overcoming obstacles, […]

Seward’s Top Stories from 2016

Seward’s Top Stories from 2016

By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – It’s time to say goodbye to a fabulous 2016. Seward City News is grateful for your readership and interaction on the site and around town. We feel fortunate to be a resource for Sewardites and those visiting our lovely community. On our […]

Get Screened for Colorectal Cancer

Get Screened for Colorectal Cancer

Submitted by Jillian Chapman at Seward Community Health Center – Colorectal cancer kills over 80 Alaskans every year, but it can usually be prevented with proper screening and treatment. Colorectal cancer usually starts as a growth from the lining inside the colon or rectum. The growths often start as polyp, […]

Obituary for Robert Byron Hill

Robert Byron Hill, 81, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Palmer, Alaska, on December 23, 2016. Born in Virginia, Minnesota to Herman and Ida Hill, Bob was the youngest of fourteen children. He served in the US Navy, earned a B.S in Industrial Arts and a M.S. in Education. […]