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Recent News & Information
The Seward Chamber of Commerce has sponsored a new promotional video for Seward, Alaska as a vacation Destination. You might recognize some of the cast. Check it out!
Submitted by John Moline – A local contractor is going to the City Council meeting very soon and asking for a variance to noise ordinances so they can clean gravel and dust from local business and City parking lots after the normal hours allowed. They want a variance so they […]
SeaView Community Services is looking for the right person to be their new Lead Accounting Technician and Billing Specialist. See the ad link below at Seward City News Classifieds: http://sewardcitynews.com/classified-ads/show-ad/100/lead-accounting-technician-billing-specialist-seaview-community-services/seward/employment/
The rain held off and the snow was deep for the exciting 19th Mayor’s Cup Race held at Seavey’s Corner on Saturday afternoon. For the 19th time, Fireman Richard Schmidt built a roaring, welcoming bonfire. The appreciative crowd gathered ’round to roast hot dogs and marshmallows and chat. Then, the fifteen […]
Volunteers needed for Pink Cheeks Triathlon. Registration, Traffic Control, Lap Timers, Finish line and more. Please sign up at Runsignup.com and search Pink Cheeks. Click on volunteer and pick a spot. We welcome responsible volunteers ages 12 and up. Call Josie at 224-5472 for more information. Look for upcoming Softball […]
Adult League Basketball Winter season came to a close Thu, Mar 23rd Champions: AVTEC 2nd: Rough Riders 3rd: Miss Melody Sportsmanship Award: The Alehouse Thank you to all the Sponsors, Managers and Coaches: AVTEC, The Alehouse, Miss Melody, Rough Riders, Seward Construction Company.
Fish Factor by Laine Welch: US Seafood Sales Up, Fast Food Fish Panned, Salmon Center Stage, and Cash Back for Crew Licenses
By Laine Welch for Seward City News – US Seafood Sales Up Seafood sales at American retail stores are on an upswing and should remain that way for the foreseeable future. Better yet – demand for fish captured wild in the USA showed the biggest gains of all. That’s good […]
The Murphy Beds will play at Zudy’s Cafe April 15 from 7 to 9pm!
The Seward Iditarod Trail Blazers are pleased to invite the community to attend the 19th Mayor’s Cup Race. Amateur sled drivers and their alternates will soon be selected for the exciting 2-mile ride behind a team of three professional sled dogs. Cheer the mushers and enjoy a community bonfire with […]
There will be a Highway Corridor Emergency Service Area Concept – Informational Meeting on Friday, April 7, 2017 at 2:00pm in the Community Room at the Seward Library & Museum. Meet with members of the EMS Workgroup team to learn about the KPB Highway Corridor Service Area project and what it means for your […]
The following is a letter to the Editor by Kenai Borough Peninsula Mayor Mike Navarre. Mayor Navarre will hold a town hall meeting 5:30 to 7 pm Wednesday, April 5, at the UAF Rae Building in Seward. The mayor will discuss the state’s fiscal problems and take questions from the […]
The following article was written by Seward High School junior Kendyl Morris. For more Seahawk news, visit our site: http://shstoday.org/ Regions called an end to the Seahawk basketball season, but the cheerleaders weren’t done yet. Their coach Haley Hatch held three hours practices all spring break, including a non-mandatory two hour […]
AVTEC/Seward Community Job Fair April 4, 2017 – 12:30-3:00 Student Service Center/Gym Vendors include: ABC of Alaska Air Force & Air Force Reserve Air National Guard AKDOL/Peninsula Job Center Alaska Job Corps Alaska Electrical Apprenticeship (AJEATT) Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Alaska Process Industry Careers Consortium Alaska SeaLife Center […]
The Seward Music & Arts Festival has launched a new website at www.sewardfestival.com! All vendor, music and volunteer applications are now available and updates to the schedule will be coming soon. Also, Seward Music & Arts Festival is still seeking submissions for the 2017 Logo! The theme is Fish Tank! We are looking for clear line drawings […]
Join us Tuesday, April 25th for an enjoyable evening of Latin American inspired music by Cascada de Flores (hailing all the way from California), and delicious south of the border fare by Chef Eric Slater! Our benefit dinner raises critical dollars to bring professional performances to Seward schools. You will enjoy […]
By Michelle Strubeck for Seward City News – We all have habits such as biting our nails, labeling ourselves as ‘shopaholics’, overeating, or smoking just to name a few. However, the lines between habits, compulsory behavior and addiction can sometimes be blurred. A habit is a repeated action or behavior that may not […]
The following is the full text of a letter from the Girdwood Valley Service Area Board of Supervisors to Governor Bill Walker and Mayor Ethan Berkowitz regarding proposals to cut traffic enforcement on the Seward Highway. Dear Governor Walker and Mayor Berkowitz, In response to the restrictions of recent State […]
The State of Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, in cooperation with NOAA’s National Weather Service and the Alaska Broadcasters Association, will conduct a test of the Tsunami Warning System on March 29, 2017. This test commemorates the anniversary of The 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake and Tsunami. Alaska […]
Registration for the 90th Mount Marathon Race ® will close at midnight March 31st, 2017. The 9:00 am Junior race will include twenty-five additional spots for Boys and another twenty-five in the Girls division increasing the total number of junior racers from 250 to 300. Committee member Danny Crow said […]