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Victoria Landrigan shakes Linda Wright's Hand at the disaster assistance center

Flood victims apply for assistance

Victoria Landrigan shakes Linda Wright’s Hand at the disaster assistance center By Heidi Zemach for SCN Linda and Shorty Wright have been living at Hotel Seward since their Fifth Wheel (trailor home), across the highway from the Bear Creek Volunteer Fire Station was overcome with flood water September 17th. The couple had […]

State of Alaska Unified Command Center for Flooding Assistance

Flooding Help is Here

The State Disaster Assistance Center is currently in Seward behind the Legend’s Building. It will be here Monday, October 15, 2012 through Wednesday, October 17, 2012. STATE DISASTER ASSISTANCE For individuals and families with damaged homes and essential person property lost in the Kenai Peninsula borough during the 2012 Severe Storms: there […]

Balto School presentation this afternoon

On Monday, October 15 at 1:00 p.m. (during the school board worksessions), the Friends of the Jesse Lee Home will give a presentation regarding the Balto School project. This presentation will be livecast to the Seward Middle School P.D. room. There will also be a question and answer session. Seward […]

New research vessel launched in Wisconsin shipyard

New research vessel launched in Wisconsin shipyard

By Nancy Erickson It was over within seconds. The newly constructed research vessel stood stately poised in its land cradle at the Marinette Marine Corporation shipyard anticipating its initiation into the Menominee River and a new life as the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ research vessel Sikuliaq. Pronounced see-KOO-lee-auk, the Inupiaq […]

Medicare Rx Insurance and You

If you have Medicare Part A , Part B, or both, you are eligible to have Medicare Part D, which is prescription drug insurance. Every year you can enroll in or change your Part D plan from October 15th – December 7th by calling the Seward Senior Center for an […]

Music Composed for Sikuliak Research Vessel

By Heidi Zemach for SCN The RV Sikuliak, that new world class ocean-going research vessel that will one day be home-ported in Seward, has been commemorated in music. A recording of “The Song of the Sikuliak,” an eight-minute orchestral piece composed by UAF graduate music student Emerson Eads, with the […]

SHS Student will be KPBSD student-rep

SHS Student will be KPBSD student-rep

Representatives from Seward High School’s student council recently travelled to Soldotna for the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s district-wide meeting. Their goal was to elect new members for a variety of committees and to select one of their number to serve as a member on the school board. After a variety of […]

Missing Dog

Alye was last seen in Nashwoods Subdivision on 10/6. She is a 4 year old Beagle with no collar on. She also has a scar on her left thigh. If you have any information on her location please call 360-929-2555

Friends of Jesse Lee to address Board of Education

On Monday, October 15 at 1:00 p.m. (during the school board worksessions), the Friends of the Jesse Lee Home will give a presentation regarding the Balto School project. This presentation will be livecast to the Seward Middle School P.D. room. There will also be a question and answer session. Seward […]

State Disaster Assistance Center Here Next Week

For individuals and families with damaged homes and essential person property lost in the Kenai Peninsula borough during the 2012 Severe Storms: there will be Disaster Assistance Centers set up for people to apply for individual assistance. See the city website (www.cityofseward.us) to view the flyer. The Disaster Assistance Center […]

Health Fair this weekend.

The annual Seward Community Health Fair is coming. Mark your calanders for Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM This years Fair is sponsored by the Seward Rotary Club and AVTEC. It will be held at the AVTEC Gym located at 519 4th Ave. There will be […]

Mini Wheats Recalled in Alaska

October 10, 2012 Kellogg Mini-Wheats Recalled For Possible Presence of Metal Fragments Juneau, AK. – Kellogg has issued a recall for several different sized packages of Frosted Mini-Wheats Bite Size Original and Mini-Wheats Unfrosted Bite Size because they may contain fragments of flexible metal mesh from a faulty manufacturing part. […]

Tonight!

Tonight!

The Seward Schools Site-Based Council meeting begins at 7 PM, and the portion of the meeting led by Dr. Atwater, KPBSD Superintendent, begins at 8 PM. Please come to the whole meeting, or just to the training if you’d prefer.

Pakak and Mitik, ASLC Photo Credit

Seward says farewell to their Biggest Babies

By Heidi Zemach for SCN Those two lovable Pacific walrus calves, who spent much of the summer here in Seward, have found new homes in the Lower 48. They were both on their way out Wednesday Oct 10, via FedEx airflights, along with their new handlers and veterinarians. Pakak, the […]

Dynamite Youth

Dynamite Youth

Getting the word out to Seward parents and youth: Anyone is welcome to come to this youth group…no matter your denomination!! We this youth youth group with non-denominational lessons to introduce the kids to Jesus to to strengthen their relationship with Him. It will be challenging, fun, awe-inspiring, life-changing, rewarding, […]

Volleyball for Breast Cancer Awareness

Volleyball for Breast Cancer Awareness

Here is a picture of the Seahawks volleyball team sporting their new pink ribbon shirts. (Front row: Paige Carter, Jordan Hargreaves, Ashley Whiteshield, Jessica Fry, Hannah Zemach Stovall, Maddy Rea & Keanalei Geronimo Center row: Masha Hart, Jessica Honebein, Chloey Bladwin, Ashley vonBorstel, Maria Jackson, Kira Ludwig & Michaela Headley Back row: Coach […]

SHS Volleyball Silent Auction Fundraiser

First Annual SHS Volleyball Dessert and Donated Goods Silent Auction Please join us at the Seward High School for our home games on October 12 starting at 3pm. Watch these hard working ladies play some great volleyball and please take some time to check out our dessert and donated good […]