Local author Dan Walker will be reading from his new Novel, Secondhand Summer, 6 pm July 14 at the Seward Community Library Museum. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
Recent News & Information
The Garden Fairies & the Friends of the Seward Library are joining up again to do an Art Walk in the Garden! Fiber Art pieces from a quilting group that use fiber scraps to create beautiful art work pieces that are table runners and mats to lap quilts and wall […]
Here are the results of the running of the 27th Mini Mt. Marathon Races. Way to go kids! Name & Hometown 6 yr. Girls Joyce Champada – Anchorage, AK Claire Anger – Seward, AK Chloe Fletcher – Wasilla, AK 6 yr. Boys Kai Finch – Anchorage, AK Miles Chesleac – Homer, […]
Hope you can join us tomorrow at Resurrect Art for some great live music with Kory Quinn and Michael Howard! Show starts at 7pm and there’s a $10 cover. Here’s a quick bio: Songwriter Kory Quinn, a DIY contemporary hobo intellectual, has a refreshingly homespun take on Americana, a very […]
By Russell Stigall for Seward City News – Chinooks owner Dan Butts finally has the sushi of his dreams. With fish pulled from Alaskan waters and a new chef, a born-and-bred Sewardite, reeled in from L.A., Butts put in place what he always envisioned for his bespoke evening sushi bar. In this attempt he’s […]
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is increasing the bag and possession limit to 12 sockeye salmon in the marine waters of Resurrection Bay north of a line from Caines Head to the north point of Thumb Cove. This increase will be in effect from 12:01 p.m., Wednesday, July 6 through 11:59 […]
Spenard Builders Supply has a Field Office Administrator position available at their Seward Location. See this link for more details.
By Spencer Burgin and Russell Stigall for SCN – Alaskans dominated this year’s Mount Marathon Race, as local runners swept all three events. There were a lot of similarities between this year’s 89th Mount Marathon race and the year prior: Fog rolling in over the mountains, downtown Seward being flooded […]
Gabriel Zemach Stovall, formerly of Seward High School graduated Magna Cum Laude from SUNY Cortland, NY on May 14, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management. He has an emphasis in business marketing and is currently working at the Kansas City Major League Soccer Stadium, overseeing food vendors […]
The Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area board will hold a regular meeting Monday, July 11th at 6:00 pm. Please find attached the agenda which includes City of Seward Coastal Velocity Zone Erosion Project, Lost Creek Bridge Conveyance Project, and Reschedule August Board Meetings. The packet can be viewed on the […]
Link: See the the 2016 Mount Marathon Race results provided by Skinny Raven Sports
Christy Marvin won her second Mount Marathon Race with a time of 51:02. About two minutes later Norwegian pro runner Yngvild Kasperson captured second place followed by Seward local Denali Strabel. More pictures and videos to follow on SCN. Final race results can be found here.
David Norris, 25, broke the Mount Marathon Race men’s record. The Anchorage resident clocked an official time of 41:26, beating by over 20 seconds the fastest time of former record-holder Killian Jornet of Spain. The Junior race (half mountain) saw a repeat performance by last year’s winner, Luke Jager, of Anchorage. Time […]
A few photos from the exciting Mt Marathon Race Bib Auction on July 3rd. Happy Fourth and good luck to all the racers! Carol Griswold
Despite the recent warm temperatures, a large snow patch remains on Mt Marathon. Here two runners skied down on their shoes, hopefully enjoying the quick descent. This will be an interesting spot to watch during the Mt Marathon Race to see if Senior racers opt for the snow slide or the […]
If the City Campgrounds at Pat Williams Park, Boulder Field, along the Waterfront, and at Forest Acres are full, there are some other options in city limits at the Seward High School, Seward Middle School and other private lots outside of town. Spring Creek Campground at mile 5 Nash Road […]
Join us Wednesday, July 6th, at 6:00 PM for 1981: The Year I Became a Liar! Independent Film Night is the first Wednesday the month through September, so don’t miss it! We’ll feature a different movie from the Independent Film Movement each month. Light refreshments provided. This program is for […]
The United Methodist Church will be selling whole, uncut pies on Sunday, July 3rd, from 5-8 PM. It will be $25 for a whole pie. It’s a great way to have dessert on hand as you head into the July 4th Festivities. The United Methodist Church is located at 321 […]
The impressive red and white US Coast Guard Cutter Healy arrived in port yesterday. The Healy is the United States’ largest and most technologically advanced icebreaker, according to Wikipedia. It is designed to conduct a wide range of oceanographic research activities, as well as search and rescue, ship escort, environmental […]
Alaska SeaLife Center is now accepting applications for the position of Human Resources Specialist. This position works with all departments while managing the Fellow and Volunteer programs, providing executive level administrative support, and engaging in other rewarding challenges. Join a fun team and also help recruit for it! Details can […]