SEWARD, Alaska – Alaska King Crab Research, Rehabilitation and Biology Program (AKCRRAB) News Flash – AKCRRAB researchers collect female crabs from the field each year to raise their young at the hatchery. One advantage is that since the female selects her mate in the wild, the larvae produced are not […]
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SEWARD, Alaska – By HEIDI ZEMACH for SCN – Twenty-five women took advantage of the opportunity to have digital screening mammograms provided locally Friday December 20th when Providence Imaging center’s Mobile medical coach pulled up to the parking lot at Seward Providence Health & Services’ Center. Having these important screenings […]
Glacier Family Medicine Clinic is pleased and excited to announce that Susan Porter will be joining the team at Glacier Family to perform ultrasounds and also take x-rays. Susan has over 30 years of experience as a radiological/ultrasound technican and has lived in Seward for the past 22 years. She was first employed […]
If you’re looking for a worship service on Christmas Eve, Seward and Moose Pass United Methodist Churches welcome you. The Christmas Story w/ “Paper Bag Pageant” 5 PM Seward United Methodist Church/331 Fourth Avenue We’ll tell the traditional Christmas story through story and song. During the service we’ll have […]
Middle Schoolers kicked off the winter break right with a formal “Snow Ball” at TYC. Everyone was dressed to the hilt for an evening of well-mannered frivolity. There were smiles for miles as they enjoyed DJ’d music, a neon pool tourney, dance off contest and in a surprising turn of […]
By Heidi Zemach for SCN Five 50-foot containers filled with student beds, night stands, desks, couches and a variety of office furniture began to arrive at the new 120-bed AVTEC dormitory building on Third Avenue Friday December 20th, to be unloaded and assembled on site over the next three days. […]
The Tuba Christmas Concert at the Rez Art on December 21st at 4:30PM has been cancelled.
Resurrection Peak at 8 am, fresh snow, streetlights shining, and dawn still 2 hours away. It’s a winter picture postcard! Sea smoke obscures Seward but not majestic Mt Marathon. What a spectacular place, Seward! Carol Griswold
The Wish Tree is up and is filled with book wishes! This is the one time a year the library has out selections of books that staff would like to have new on the library shelves. Book selections are for all different age levels and interests. Stop by to browse […]
Last day of school, woop! Happy winter break and enjoy this lovely snow! Seward High art students all made designs with radial symmetry, looking to the mandalas of the east for inspiration. We used compasses, protractors and rulers to design the rough drafts, some drawing by hand and others tracing […]
with Dawn and Patty Saturday December 21st 10am-11am (noon if we have a crowd!) Stop by RezArt Coffee House and Gallery to write your Christmas cards, visit with friends, and enjoy.
Friday December 20th 6-8pm Many local shops will be taking part in this celebration to bring back the light! Join us for an evening of refreshments and good cheer.
The Community Advisory Board of Seward for Holland America Line, Inc. has graciously donated $700 to Ballers on Purpose, a local non-profit organization, established to support girls and boys basketball programs in Seward, Alaska. The funds will be used to help pay for, basketball equipment, team camp expenses and travel/lodging […]
On January 3rd, 7pm at the Rae Building, local band Burning Bush will take the stage for the premiere performance of their debut album, “Honesty in a Box.” The band, featuring Mark Chase, Brett Chase, Dakota Plush, Aimie Cox, and Max Ingalls, likens its sound to alternative 90s acts such […]
Dry conditions and clear skies prevailed in Kenai Fjords for most of November. As indicated by the 30-year normal (1981-2010), November typically ranks as the fifth wettest month of the year but it currently holds the position of the third driest month for this year. Measurable precipitation was recorded at […]
SEWARD, Alaska – Heidi Zemach for Seward City News – Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s fall moose composition counts on the Kenai Peninsula, which produce estimates on calf to cow, and bull to calf ratios, were completed recently. The ratios can help wildlife managers like Jeff Selinger, Fish and […]