I have exciting news. If you’re tired of the cold, pining for the sun, or just wishing you could get away for a while, your time has come. Yes, Alaska is moving forward. And South. With Governor Palin’s recent formation of a Political Action Committee, we can all look forward to […]
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Ive been sitting on this one for quite some time now. With a book as utterly fantastic as Stick-Fighting: Self-Defense, you dont just toss this one to the wolves willy-nilly. However, recent events at the Senior Center have called for drastic measures, and its time to bring out the big […]
Mayors Narrative Report #15 Week of Jan 26th, 2009 Dave Carey, Borough Mayor Item #1, this week began with a meeting concerning a possible trip to Akita, Japan this summer. A member of CES would like to go as part of the Firefighters Exchange which has happened before. CES has […]
Blood bank of Alaska will be here for their annual blood drive. Providence Seward Medical Center Quianna Room 1st floor Wednesday, February 4, 2009 9am to 2:30 pm For more info call Richard @491-0099 Bring photo id
Seward Seahawks Vs. Cordova 01-31-09 from SewardCityNews on Vimeo.
Have you been enjoying watching the birds at your bird feeder all these years and are wondering who these beautiful birds are? Have you been casually bird watching, trying to decipher the field guides, and now feel you are ready for a little more formal instruction? Are you ready to […]
The Seward Community Library will be showing Ben X as part of the ongoing Film Movement Series this Sunday, Feb 1st, at 3pm. For those of you who could care less about the Super Bowl, come on down to the Library to watch this great film! Synopsis Ben is different. […]
WESTERN KENAI PENINSULA- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF…KENAI…SOLDOTNA…HOMER…COOPER LANDING 217 PM AKST FRI JAN 30 2009 …BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM AKST THIS AFTERNOON FROM ANCHOR POINT SOUTHWARD… THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN ANCHORAGE HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD WARNING…WHICH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM AKST THIS AFTERNOON. STEADY […]
Yoly’s Bistro is set to close after this weekend for the rest of the winter. I enjoy the fresh, lively food and atmosphere at the Bistro and really hope that they don’t close. We have many great places to eat here in Seward but the more variety the better. If […]
Sea Arts Saturdays! Learn science through art at the Alaska SeaLife Center each Saturday during the month of February! Open to children ages 712 with one accompanying adult Cost is $10 per child per session Hands-on activities with local artists 10:00am11:30am Sessions limited to 15 children! Call ahead to reserve […]
Bits of History with Lee Poleske from SewardCityNews on Vimeo.
Some aspects of green living helps the environment, but not always your pocketbook. Do you have a way around your home, your work or your community that allows you to live environmentally-friendly and also helps you save money? I’d love to hear about it! I’m working on a writing piece […]
The Seward Community Library will be closed tomorrow until 4pm so that the computer systems can be rewired. There is a chance the Library will have to stay closed after 4, so please call before you make a trip into town in the evening.
Once again, the free tax preparation service provided by AARP and the IRS through AARP TaxAide is being offered to those with low and middle incomes. This is the largest volunteer-run tax preparation service in the nation. We are ready, willing and trained by the IRS to prepare and e-file […]
February 7, 2009 7-11pm Join us at the SeaLife Center for a night of food, fun, and festivities! Entry fee includes admission; buffet; 2 drink tickets; and a stack of chips for your wagering entertainment. James Bond, Marilyn Monroe, or Elvis attire optional! Try your luck at Roulette, Blackjack, Texas […]
1 yr old Husky/whippet mix Spayed female, healthy, current on vaccinations Good with other dogs, and most cats (is “pesky but not mean”). Crate-trained, housebroken. Smart, funny,…. (So, why are you getting rid of her?, you ask. Good question….) We “inherited” Stella after her original owner died. She is too […]
ALASKA VOLCANO OBSERVATORY CURRENT STATUS REPORT Tuesday, January 27, 2009 12:48 PM AKST (Tuesday, January 27, 2009 21:48 UTC) REDOUBT VOLCANO (CAVW #1103-03-) 60°29’7″ N 152°44’38” W, Summit Elevation 10197 ft (3108 m) Current Aviation Color Code: ORANGE Current Volcano Alert Level: WATCH Unrest at Redoubt Volcano continues. Seismicity has […]
Additional Grant Funds Available! The Seward Community Foundation has received $5000 from the City of Seward to award during our annual grant process. This provides a total of $10,000 that SCF has available to support non-profit organizations and programs in our community in 2009. Grant proposals are being solicited that […]
There will be a Childrens Wellness Fair at the Seward Elks Lodge, 419 5th Ave. on Saturday, February 14, 2009 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Children will receive free screenings for vision, hearing, and developmental skills. Height and weight will also be checked and […]
A l a s k a S t a t e L e g i s l a t u r e Representative Anna Fairclough House District 17 My Fellow Alaskan, In direct response to a number of concerns raised by my constituents and various groups, such as K-12 […]