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Road Issues Who to Contact Sqeaky Wheel Gets the Grease

Here are the top people of DOT. The commissioner of DOT this is his email address his name is Leo von Scheben. Allan Drake is one of the people they gave to us to contact his email is Governor Palins email address, Paul Seaton, Gary Stevens […]

Road Closure Extention

[7:59am] THE ROAD IS NOW OPEN.  One lane of traffic only. Official word. [4:31am] We have received the a call from the project manager, they are finishing up the grading and will have the bridge open for 8am to get the school buses though. [11:28pm] “morning” [10:34pm] 2:00am [9:10pm] What […]

AVTEC’s own Alaska Culinary Academy restaurant, The Academy Café, is open May 7 through June 12 during the Ala Carte and Dining Service classes. This is a combination of two classes that run consecutively, rotating the students through all areas of fine dining, from actual food production to dining room […]

Pavilion Project Needs Volunteer Painters

Volunteer painters are welcome to help with the waterfront pavilion, which is being built at the end of Adams Street with City of Seward funding and an Alaska SeaLife Center donation. Volunteer painters are needed to fill shifts from May 18 through May 27. As many as eight volunteers can […]

Business & Economic Forum slated for May 13

The Seward City Council is sponsoring a Business and Economic Forum at the Seward High School Auditorium on Wednesday, May 13, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The forum will outline the policies and actions implemented since the last forum, which was held in September, 2007. The forum will also […]

Road Closure Extention

NOW OFFICIAL- ROAD CLOSURE EXTENDED TO 5PM TODAY, MONDAY APRIL 27TH. The DOT has run into delays  in the bridge installation but they are confident that the 5pm deadline will be met. Rumors of a single open lane are incorrect according to an onsite engeneer.  Any further developments will be […]

Sandhill Cranes!

Sandhill Cranes!

This misty moisty morning, When cloudy was the weather, I chanced to watch 300 cranes, All clothed in feathers. They began to whoop and holler, I began to grin, Welcome home! Happy spring! And welcome back again! (Apologies to the original Mother Goose nursery rhyme.) April 26, 2009 Happy birthday […]


Rally at SOLDOTNA SPORTS CENTER on Tues. APRIL 28 at 7:00p.m. sponsored by 2nd Amendment Task Force of KPB. SPEAKERS INCLUDE WAYNE ANTHONY ROSS AND 3 STATE LEGISLATORS FROM MONTANA also LOCAL STATE LEGISLATORS WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE. Law enforcement officers on state and local levels are invited to sit […]

Seward Elementary Band Night!

Have you ever wanted to play a musical instrument? Admired rock stars, jazz artists, or sidewalk performers? Have a band instrument collecting dust in a closet or crawlspace? You are in luck! Seward Elementary School is starting a band program in the 2009-2010 school year, and we need you! Current […]

Parking fees in harbor

April 22, 2009 Re: Resolutions 2009-034, 035, and 036 Dear Mayor Corbridge and Council, I remember all the budget discussions last winter concerning the alarmingly low level of emergency reserves and the need to really cut down to essentials to balance our budget. It was very hard to decide where […]

Super Saturday Clean Up

Super Saturday Clean Up:  Saturday, May 9th, Parks and Recreation invites your families, class groups, churches, scouts, sports teams, agency, clubs or organizations to help beautify Seward! Compete for prizes in various categories for most litter and trash picked up. Pick up bags and register for the clean up at […]

Non-tenured contracts for school district

From: Donna Peterson, Superintendent Date: April 23, 2009 After the worksession Tuesday with the Borough Assembly and discussion yesterday with the leadership team, it is the District’s intent to move forward at the next School Board meeting on May 4 with the non-tenured teacher contracts originally scheduled for action on […]


The Performing Arts Society will present a unique concert on Saturday, May 16, 2009, 7:00 p.m., at Resurrect Art Coffee House Gallery in Seward. Under the title, The Living Roots of Music, Lauren Pelon performs music from the 1st to  the 21st centuries on guitar, lute-guitar, lyre, recorders, gemshorns, cornamuse,  […]