The City is still looking for many many many volunteers to help with this project. Tell your friends! Enlist your family! School is out so get those High School/ Middle School kids involved (14 and up). Painting Volunteers needed for the new pavilion! If you were a part of the Seward Community Playground, then you know what a great feeling […]
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It’s one of my all-time favorite pickup lines: “Honey, when you’re done with this zero, call the hero.” At which point I proffer a limited edition, Chewbacca commemorative pin, with my phone number and Capt. Reynolds – Rogue Squadron Leader written on the back to the lucky lady. (You’d be surprised at how often this works.) But now, times have […]
This month’s meeting is here in Seward. Several resolutions dealing with building roads in the flood prone areas and/or flooding are on the agenda. Seward City Hall at 7:00 pm, local residents are encouraged to attend.
Saturday May 16, 2009 2007 RBCA volunteer beach cleanup crew Photo courtesy of Tim Johnson Come help clean up Resurrection Bay beaches and its watershed! Boat transportation will be provided to outer beaches, weather permitting. For more information, please visit the Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliances website: www.rbca-alaska.org Please call the cleanup organizer Tim Johnson at 224-7094 to reserve a spot […]
Help send three Seward Students to our sister city Obihiro, Japan! Wells Fargo Parking Lot 10:00-4:00 Sunday May 10th Donations Greatly Appreciated!
Budget Statement on Mayors Proposed 2010 Fiscal Year Dave Carey, Borough Mayor 05/05/09 The single greatest responsibility of the Borough Mayor is to prepare, with input from Staff, Service Area Boards, and resident taxpayers, the proposed budget for the coming fiscal year. I have a duty and responsibility to provide needed services while being conscientious with all funds provided to […]
Wildflowers and other plants in the Seward area offered by KPCs Resurrection Bay Extension Site taught by Carol Griswold. 1 credit, intensive weekend, June 20 and 21 8:30am-5pm A study of native plants, weeds, and wildflowers in the surrounding area with emphasis on their identification and place in the natural world. Meeting place TBA. Bring Verna Pratts Field Guide to […]
Shorebirds resting on the Copper River Delta, Alaska. Well, as I was mesmerized by the shorebird migration, I was told a wolverine walked down the beach about a hundred yards behind me! I was right there with my camera mounted on my telephoto, all on a tripod – it couldnt have been better timing, well, except for the part where I […]
May is National Physical Fitness Month! The City of Seward Wellness Committee is hosting a Walk-A-Lunch through the summer to promote fitness and physical well being. This event is open to the public and begins May 19th and will occur every Tuesday and Thursday from 12-1 p.m. Those who are interested in participating should meet at the South entrance to […]
Join Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance (RBCA) on Saturday, May 9th, from 9 am to noon to pull and burn the dead stalks of the invasive White Sweet Clover from a gravel bar in Resurrection River. Park well off the road by the bridge across from the Windsong Lodge on Exit Glacier Road. Well have a fire to destroy the stalks […]
Our Seward rowing club, Kenai Crewsers Rowing Club, is hosting their annual Learn to Row class, May 30 & 31. 1-5:30pm both days. Visit www.kenaicrewsers.org for more information.
This is just a general announcement to let people know that some of our local longline fishermen and the Community of Seward will be featured on the National Geographic Channel. Program is called “The Long Haul” and will be airing Sunday, May 10th at 7am, and May 11th at 2pm. Following is an excerpt from the the National Geo website. […]
Born in Anchorage. Ethan Riley Maddox and Kasey Rylan Maddox. Parents- Ryan and Chrystal Maddox of Seward. Proud Grandparents- Ed and Shirley Massey of Seward, Russ Maddox of Seward, D’Anne Maddox of Tennessee
The 2009 eruption of Redoubt continues. Seismicity at the volcano has intensified in the last 24 hours, with nearly continuous small earthquakes now being recorded near the summit. Steam emissions have become increasingly vigorous over the last 24 hours. Satellite data from this morning show minor ash components in plume emissions. Rockfalls also continue to trigger ash emissions near the […]
In a 5 to 4 vote late last night the assembly passed the full funding of the education budget.
As one of the unfortunate parties stuck on the north side of Falls Creek Bridge last Monday I would like to make a few comments. First, I feel it was extreemly irresponcible of the contractor to put out such poor, (down right untruthful), information, regarding the progress of the project. Monday morning they extended the closure from 5 AM to […]
This little pug mix was rescued on May 5th by the awesome maintenance staff at the Windsong Lodge. She was stranded on a sand bar in the middle of the Resurrection River. She has a blue collar. If this sweet little dog belongs to you please call Erik at 491-0173 or 224-6533 ext 2225.
The City of Seward deeply regrets any difficulties you experienced when your tires were punctured. Once a 911 call was received, the Seward Police Department immediately responded to conduct an investigation including a grid search outward from the area. The suspect vehicle was located at Benny Benson Monument and three male juveniles suspected of perpetrating these crimes were quickly apprehended. […]
Saturday May 9, 2009 Betting Windows, Raffle & Auction At the Resurrection Roadhouse $20.00 per person Festivities begin at 6:30 pm Derby Attire Encouraged Heavy Appetizers, No-Host Cocktails Holland America Cruise for Two Raffle Only 100 tickets sold $50.00 each For cruise raffle tickets, contact: Any Rotarian Silent Auction Gift baskets, fishing trips, art, jewelry, sightseeing trips, overnight accommodations, etc. […]
Attached is a scan of a curious utility bill for zero usage of electricity. The bill assess the operations and infrastructure fee of $30. I realize that I have to pay for the potential to draw electricity but there is then $2.10, 7% sales tax on the fee. That is $25.20 per utility payer per year. For all of the […]
Every summer Seward sees an influx of visitors and seasonal workers. As a result, motor homes, tow campers and tents begin to appear in back yards and vacant lots around town. This spring is no different, and the illegal camping complaints have begun to mount. Many are unaware that seasonal camping in Seward is restricted. Just because a […]
By Jen Ransom It can be difficult to maneuver through our days making environmental choices in a way that benefits our own lives, the lives of our fellow human beings and the more-than-human world around us. And I am the first to admit that its pretty darn easy to not make the best choices, or even know what the best, […]
Wow! Was that a weekend in Seward! We couldn’t have fit one more thing on the calendar. Dot Bardarson’s one person show at Resurrect Art Coffee House opened May 1 during the First Friday Gallery Walk and continues through May. The title of the show is “Spirit of Alaska”.
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog I picked up a magazine assignment to photograph a fisherman in Cordova. Im thrilled, because the timing perfectly correspondes with the amazing shorebird migration. We had a wonderful time here last year, but werent sure if we were going to return this year – this made that decision easy! We normally travel to […]