10 Steps to Successful Government Contracting June 2, 2009, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 pm Seward City Council Conference Room Determine if your business is ready to sell and market to federal, state, and local government agencies. Jody King, PTAC Contract Specialist, will show you how PTAC can assist your business […]
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Another short video showing clips from triathlon held in Seward a couple weeks ago –
The Seward Senior Center is having a Plant & Pastry Sale on June 5th from 11am to 4pm. We are seeking donations of perennials, starts, seedlings & small plants. We also need baked goods, packaged to sell. Call 224-5604 for more info. Thank you! We’ll see you at the sale!
The Latest from Niebrugge Images Photo Blog A Least Sandpiper resting near Seward, Alaska. Seven years ago I walked away from a great job with full benefits, a wonderful boss and awesome co-workers to pursue my dream of being a photographer. Janine had left her job a couple of years […]
Resurrection Bay Baptist Youth Group is hosting a softball cookout! Who: ages 12-19 What: Food…hot dogs, chips, soda, softball, singing, and preaching. When: May 29th at 6:30pm. Where: John Perry Fields Cost: Free! Need a ride? Call 224-6033. Leave a message with your name and number and we will gladly […]
The Closet will not be open May 19th or May 26th. We will continue with regular hours (3:30-5:30) Tuesday, June 2nd. I apologize for any inconvience this causes. Call Valarie at 224-7052 with questions or if you are interested in volunteering. Thank you!
Featured Pet: “Nova” is a gentle 1-year old spayed female who is quiet and slightly shy with a big streak of extreme snuggler. She would do best in a home with similar qualities! If ‘Nova’ is not the right personality match for your home come visit other wonderful felines looking […]
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 […]
Dr. Peterson, our district Superintendent, has out lined a timeline for the interview and hiring process for the Seward High School Administrator (Principal). It is a very quick timeline and this is a format where the public, staff, students and Site Council have input. Between now and May 21,2009 at […]
What a coincidence…It’s time to clean out those closets before summer fully hits & also time for the End-of-School Seward PTSA, Three-School Scholarship Garage Sale!! Please bring items for the sale between 4&6pm on Friday May 22nd at the Seward High cafeteria loading dock. Please also shop the sale Saturday […]
Fifth grade students at Seward Elementary School would like to thank the Seward Music Association for supporting a field trip to see the Anchorage Youth Symphony Concert this past month. The concert was fantastic, very educational and very much appreciated by the students. They enjoyed learning about rhythm and different […]
‘Las Vegas, City of Sin?’ by Dick Taylor and Pat Howell The sun is early to rise this day; the eastern sky an illuminated pastel painting swiftly changing. A young mother steps from the bed, showers quickly and dresses while the children are still fast asleep – the youngest one […]
By Jen Ransom The other day I found myself with a bushel of bruised apples, still edible but not so appeasing to the sight. Not one to throw out food, I decided that I would make some baby-wise applesauce (sans sugar and cinnamon). Six cored and peeled apples, about three-quarters […]
Friday, May 15, 2009 Sunrise 5:17 am, sunset 10:31 pm, length of day 17 hours, 14 minutes; tomorrow will be 4 minutes and 41 seconds longer. Weather: After a week of enchantment and phenomenal temperatures soaring to 70º, Seward snapped back to normal with temps in the low 40s; pouty […]
Providence Seward Medical & Care Center has voluntarily surrendered its Home Health License effective May 6 2009.
Have You Hugged a Local Artist Today? Ok, since I havent checked in with them all perhaps you should hold off on the hugs. However, once again our community of artists has done a huggable deed. April 20-thru 27th was National Park Week and during that time 11 local artists […]
Reconnecting the Common Thread by Ryan Reynolds As towns go, Seward is fairly young. As for our community – that’s a tough question to answer. Though by modern Alaskan standards Seward may be considered one of the founding cities that helped construct the framework of a young and bustling American […]
We want to fill you in on the upcoming events in Hope.The community is hosting an open house to kick off our summer season on Sunday, May 31st. Come enjoy live music, Hope Yoga Studios’ Grand Opening, Local arts and crafts, Hope historic museum, Sweet Mo’s ice cream shop, and […]
Bike Rodeo Letter of Thanks Seward Parks and Recreation hosted the Annual Bike Rodeo Saturday, May 9th with over 150 participants. Due to the outstanding efforts of our sponsors and volunteers this fun event was a huge success. A tremendous thank you to our main sponsor Jeff, Todd, Bud, Sue […]