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Pet of the week

Pet of the week

Pet of the Week: “Allie” is a 3-yr old playful and loving spayed female. She has peacefully lived with cats, dogs and kids in an active home. She uses a scratching post and likes to hang out in high places. Wish List: Always, and especially as snow melts remember to […]

Introduction to Birds Class

KPC Resurrection Bay Extension is offering Birds in the Field and Lab, a 2 credit course starting on Wednesday evening, February 21. Learn about bird and song identification, bones and feathers, bird feeders and houses, optics, field guides, and more with 4 half-day field trips. Taught by Seward Sporadic Bird […]

Conference Center Not Feasible

February 6, 2007 Chris Beck Agnew Beck chris@agnewbeck.com Re: the City of Seward Conference Center in the Mary Lowell Center Feasibility Assessment I attended the first public meetings concerning the feasibility of a Seward Conference Center on November 16 and 20, 2006 titled “Seward Conference Center Feasibility Assessment”. I have […]

City Manager Telephonic Interviews

City Manager Telephonic Interviews

Tuesday, February 13, 2007 City Council Chambers Public Urged to Attend!! The Seward City Council will be interviewing the following candidates telephonically: 2:20 pm Joe Beydoun 3:00 pm Terry Hoefferle 3:40 pm Thomas C. Smith 4:20 pm Alan Sorum 5:00 pm Phillip Oates This is an initial process to decide […]

Police Journal

Police Journal

Jan. 26, 2007 9:15 a.m. Avalanche reported on Lowell Point Road with both lanes of traffic blocked. It is expected to take approximately 2-3 hours to get the road open again. 11:04 a.m. Reporting party advised while he was plowing at Bear Paw he could hear what sounded like a […]

Red, White & Green Climate Change Grants Available for Youth

Deadline: March 9, 2007 Youth Service America ( http://www.ysa.org/ ) and the Civil Society Institute ( http://www.civilsocietyinstitute.org/ ) have announced the second round of the Red, White & Green Climate Change Grant. This opportunity offers $500 to young people and to organizations that engage young people in the United States […]

Red, White & Green Climate Change Grants Available for Youth

Deadline: March 9, 2007 Youth Service America ( http://www.ysa.org/ ) and the Civil Society Institute ( http://www.civilsocietyinstitute.org/ ) have announced the second round of the Red, White & Green Climate Change Grant. This opportunity offers $500 to young people and to organizations that engage young people in the United States […]

Seward Elementary School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

2006-2007 Fourth Grade Carrie Anderson*             Amber Clarke* Dylan Gillespie*             Robin McKnight* Tyler Quiring            Kiana Clemens Riley Alston             Olivia Beckham Josephine Braun             James Carlsen Masha Hart             Maria Jackson Michael Marshall             Alex […]

Seward Flotilla to Meet

Seward Flotilla to Meet

Contact: Sue Lang FSO-PA, Seward Flotilla 170-02-05, United States Coast Guard Auxiliary suelang@alaska.com http://a1700205.uscgaux.info/ (907)224-8237 Seward Flotilla, USCG Auxiliary will meet Friday, February 2 at 7 PM at the Elks Hall, 419 5th Ave, Seward. Flotilla Staff Officer Reports will be presented. Plans for the annual District 17 Training Conference […]

PORT AND COMMERCE ADVISORY BOARD WORK SESSION

PORT AND COMMERCE ADVISORY BOARD WORK SESSION

SMIC Development Plan Update Friday, February 2, 2007 at noon Upstairs Conference Room, City Hall NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Port and Commerce Advisory Board will conduct a work session on Friday, February 2, 2007, at noon. The work session will commence at noon in the upstairs conference room […]

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week

Pet of the Week: Cats! Cats! and More Cats! Fabulous Felines, Fuzzy and Fine are seeking the Fortune of a Fantastic Future with you! Please consider adopting an extraordinary adult cat from the shelter today! And please while homeless animals die, don’t breed or buy! $30 off spay/neuter surgery available […]

Police Journal

Police Journal

Jan. 19, 2007 2:29 p.m. Reporting party of Birch Street advised when she came home, she went into her bedroom to change clothes, and observed a male outside her window wearing a medium blue sweatshirt running from her bedroom window toward Birch Street. Officer was unable to locate any prints […]

Thanks and Recognition

Thanks and Recognition

Late in September of 2006, Sgt. Keenan Williams and his wife Lori, along with six other soldiers and their families, traveled to our community for a weekend of fun and relaxation before being deployed to Iraq. Their trip was made possible by the graciousness and generosity of several Seward organizations […]

Seward Community Values Meetings

Seward Community Values Meetings

Come share your ideas for Seward’s future! Date: February 7th and February 8th Time: 6:00 pm Open House 7:00 pm Public Discussion Location: Middle School Lobby Drawing for Prizes! Everyone Welcomed! Snacks provided! Community Value Items include: · Community Appearance · Education · Health Care · Community Partnerships · City […]

Coral Bag Class at Community Schools

Pass the word on…..a creative opportunity for anyone with sewing experience and a sewing machine! Cedar will be teaching a class how to sew their own stylish Coral Bags at Community Schools! $ 25 per person, includes snaps and pattern instructions. Students will need to provide their own fabric, machine […]