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Seward Little League Getting Ready

Seward Little League Getting Ready

Seward Little League still has the following positions to fill before we get into the 2008 season: Treasurer Secretary Coaching Coordinator Umpire Manager Uniform Coordinator Sponsor Coordinator Snack Shack Coordinator If you have the time and are interested in making this season one of the best for our kids please […]

Seward Sporadic Bird Report: Pintails are back!

Today I spotted 2 beautiful drakes and 3 lovely female NORTHERN PINTAILS standing forlornly on the ice where the pond should be at the salt-marsh -with-an-airport-in-it. They were very alert and watched me warily from quite a distance before taking flight. A blizzard of gulls swarmed along the beach, probably […]

BINGO BINGO BINGO BINGO

THE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILLARY POST 5 IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE BINGO WILL BE STARTING ON THURSDAY, MAY 1 DOOR OPEN AT 600PM  GAMES BEGIN AT 700PM BINGO, PULL TABS, DOOR PRIZES AND SNACKS. COME ONE COME ALL WE WILL SEE YOU THERE   

Plastic Recycling at Seward Transfer Station

Plastic Recycling at Seward Transfer Station

Our transfer station is now accepting some plastics for recycling. Plastics marked 1 or 2 on the bottom will now be able to be recycled! Good news. Look at your plastic containers and find the number on the bottom, usually with a triangle around the number and if they are […]

HOW TO BUST SEWARD SAFEWAY

Besides Three Bears, Safeway grocery store is the only big chain supermarket in town.  It’s the 21st century hunting ground for most of us living in Seward and surrounding areas. We sure have it easy as long as the Seward Highway is open. The food comes all packaged, cleaned and […]

Cop Talk

Cop Talk

Question: Are vehicles required to have two license plates on them? Answer: AS 28.10.171 Yes depending on the vehicle. If two license plates are issued for a vehicle, one must be affixed to the front and the other on the rear. The rear license plate must display the month and […]

Coal Ship Loading to Begin April 4

Coal Ship Loading to Begin April 4

Coal ship loading to begin April 4 at the Seward Coal Loading Facility Coal dust mitigation measures in place if unfavorable weather occurs The Alaska Railroad Corporation (ARRC) expects to begin loading coal onto a ship on Friday, April 4, with operations likely to last for several days. Residents may […]

Toddler Tales

To kick off National Library Week (April 13-19), Seward Community Library will present a special program for children from 16  months  up to 2 years, 11 months in age.   Color My World is the theme of the Lapsit which will be held Saturday, April 12 at 10:30 pm in the Kid’s […]

City Calendar

City Calendar

SEWARD CITY COUNCIL MEETING April 14, 2008 at 7:30 p.m. Agenda published in next week’s paper SEWARD CITY COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING April 14, 2008 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Seward City Council will conduct a public hearing on the following items of business at its regular meeting […]

Show Time!

Seward High Drama Productions is once again proud to present, “You Can’t Take It With You.” At first the Sycamores seem mad, but it is not long before we realize that if they are mad, the rest of the world it really nuts. Shows begin nightly at 7:00 PM in […]

Weird Book of the Week

Weird Book of the Week

It’s time for another unusual gem of a book from the Seward Community Library. This time we’re thinking small and showcasing Ants at Work: How an Insect Society is Organized by Deborah Gordon. A scientific tour de force, Deborah Gordon’s Ants at Work takes us to the amazing world of […]

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING

SEWARD CITY COUNCIL April 1, 2008  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Seward City Council will conduct a special meeting on the following items of business on Tuesday, April 1, 2008:             Executive Sessions 1.  Go into executive session to discuss contract negotiations and bond reserves for the Long Term […]

Bird Survey workshop Saturday March 29th

Beachwalkers and Birders Wanted! COAAST Training Session Saturday March 29, 2008 10 am to 4 pm Alaska Sealife Center Reserve your place by calling COAAST at 206-221-6893 or email info@coasst.org, or just come! COAAST volunteers collect data on beach-cast carcasses of marine birds on a monthly basis to establish the […]

Water Testing

Water Testing

THE CITY OF SEWARD WATER DEPARTMENT WILL BE PERFORMING WATER FLOW TESTING TOMORROW THURSDAY MARCH 27TH AND FRIDAY MARCH 28TH AT VARIOUS FIRE HYDRANT LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE CITY THIS TESTING MAY CAUSE YOUR TAP WATER TO BECOME MURKY THIS SHOULD DISSIPATE WITHIN A FEW HOURS IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS […]

ADULT AND STUDENT EXCHANGE WITH OBIHIRO, JAPAN

DON’T MISS THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY!!! ADULT AND STUDENT EXCHANGE WITH OBIHIRO, JAPAN APPLICATION PERIOD EXTENDED! The City of Seward and the Seward International Friendship Association is seeking four high school students who would like to participate in the student exchange between Seward and Sister City Obihiro, Japan.  Up to four […]

City Calendar

City Calendar

Seward City Council Regular Meeting Action Agenda Monday, March 24, 2008 The Following Ordinance Requiring A Public Hearing Was Enacted: Ordinance 2008-003, Amending The Land Use Plan And Rezoning Of Lots 20, 21 And 22, Clearview Subdivision Number 6 From Two Family Residential (R2) To Auto Commercial (AC). The Following […]

Cop Talk

Cop Talk

Question: What are the restrictions for vehicle window tints? Answer: 13 AAC 04.223 Regarding after market tinting. No mirrored tinting on any vehicle window. The windshield may have an eyebrow no wider than 5 inches. The driver and front passenger side windows must permit at least 70% light transmittance. The […]

Nuclear fun!

At Monday’s Council meeting on March 24th, Phillip Oates announced that former part-time interim Seward City Manager Marvin Yoder now back in Galena, will be coming to Seward to present information on energy from a small nuclear power plant at a to-be-announced work session. Galena has been investigating this Toshiba […]