Recent News & Information

Fukushima Monitoring Project off to Good Start!

Fukushima Monitoring Project off to Good Start!

Thank you everyone in Seward who has taken an interest and generously helped out with the Fukushima Project. The project has received a lot of attention and interest about the well being of Resurrection Bay. So far, over half of the funding necessary has been raised for the proposed water […]

Rummage Sale March 29

Resurrection Lutheran Church (corner of Third and Jefferson) will hold a rummage and bake sale Saturday, March 29, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., downstairs. Donations of items to sell are currently being accepted and can be dropped off at the church upstairs during the pastor’s office hours, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and […]

SPRD Bulletin March 21

SPRD Bulletin March 21

Wed, Mar 19 the Competitive Volleyball Season came to an end with Tony’s Bar walking away with the trophy and Norm Regis taking home the MVP. Essential 1 came in a close 2nd place. And the sportsmanship award was given to the Lumpsuckers. Thanks to all the teams for a […]

Current Happenings at the Seward Community Health Center

Seward CHC Press Release Seward Community Health Center’s Board of Director’s would like to announce the appointment of Patrick Linton from Kamuel, HI, as their new Executive Director. Linton has a MS degree in Hospital and Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota and most recently served as the CEO […]

Alaska Top 3 in the Nation for Maritime Jobs Per Capita

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The American Maritime Partnership (AMP), the voice of the domestic maritime industry, today joined with the Transportation Institute, along with Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Senator Mark Begich (D-Alaska) and Congressman Don Young (R-Alaska), to highlight new data from a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers that shows Alaska ranks third […]

Board Advises Crane for Harbor

Board Advises Crane for Harbor

By Rick Smeriglio for SCN – At its meeting on March 19, Port and Commerce Advisory Board unanimously passed a resolution that city of Seward fund the design of an 8-ton, stationary crane at the end of I-dock in the small boat harbor. PACAB recommend that funds come from the […]

Kenai Fjords National Park Weather Summary – February 2014

The Kenai Fjords area saw a return to more typical temperatures in February when the average monthly temperature dropped below freezing, yet remained slightly above the 30-year normal (1981-2010) for the month. Precipitation amounts dried up significantly from the previous month. While January received 150% of normal precipitation, February received […]

Alaska SBDC – April 17 & 18 Workshops

Our FREE 2 hour, Starting a Business workshop on Thursday, April 17, 2014 from Noon to 2 p.m.  at the AVTEC First Lake Facility, 2nd floor Conference Room .  This workshop will allow Bryan Zak to answer your basic questions on starting a business in Seward, on the Kenai Peninsula, […]