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'Storks,' 'Deepwater' to be shown in Seward on Jan. 13

Seward residents wanting to take in a movie will get that opportunity on Friday when a pair of feature films will be shown at the UAF-Seward Marine Center. Set to be shown will be Storks, an animated comedy and Deepwater Horizon, a movie featuring...

'Arctic Entries' program to feature 7 Sewardites on Jan. 19

“Arctic Entries” brings Alaskans to the stage to tell personal stories - funny, sad or sweet. Seven Sewardites, that you may or may not know, will have 7 minutes to entertain you with a true life tale. Each stories follows a theme. This year,...

Bills filed to restore PFD cut

JUNEAU — Bills that would restore the portion of Alaskans’ oil wealth checks that were cut by Gov. Bill Walker last year were filed Monday, ahead of the start of the new legislative session. The legislation to restore dividends was proposed by...

BP now taking nominations for 'Teachers of Excellence

BP is accepting nominations for the BP Teachers of Excellence program, which recognizes Alaska teachers’ exceptional work. In addition to honoring teachers for the 22nd year, the program is also accepting nominations for unsung heroes in...

USCG rescues 4 from fishing vessel near Kodiak

JUNEAU - The Coast Guard rescued four people from the disabled fishing vessel Lady Gudny in heavy seas 230 miles east-southeast of Kodiak, Friday. A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60T Jayhawk crew ...

Alaska fish test negative for Fukushima radioactivity

For the third consecutive year, tests have found no radioactivity in Alaska seafood stemming from the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan, state officials announced Monday. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation said...

Fishing fleet represents small business economic engine

The start of 2017 marks the 26th year for this weekly column that targets news for and about Alaska’s seafood industry. The goal is to make all readers more aware of the economic and cultural...

Jewell appoints Pitka to Federal Subsistence Board

WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell earlier this week announced the appointment of Rhonda Pitka as a public member of the Federal Subsistence Board. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has concurred with the appointment....

Seward teams to hold drawing for airline tickets

The Seward High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will be holding a special drawing for two “Y” class tickets on Alaska Airlines during the Classic on Feb. 4. The tickets are good for travel to any venue Alaska Airlines flies to,...

Registration for Mt. Marathon race to get under way March 1

If you have a hankering to test yourself against Mt. Marathon you’ll be happy to know the official registration period for the event will begin March 1, 2017. Race officials announced recently that runners can sign up for the grueling race up and...

Excuse me while work on this jar

Just the other day, I was sitting at my man cave looking for ways to protect my e-mails from Russian hackers and, more importantly, trying to break open a jar of peanut butter. Not just any jar, mind you. This was the mother of all sealed jars. I...

Are you ready for a 'New Year, new you?'

So how many times have you heard the statement, "New Year, new you? Well each year is different, each year brings a physical, emotional and spiritual journey sometimes that take you by surprise. Take ...

Pastor's Corner

“Come and Follow Me”... “Go and Make Disciples”... But How? We have a “follow me” faith. That is, we learn about relating to God, freedom in Christ, hope of resurrection, forgiveness of sin, loving our neighbor, prayer, worship, etc....

Pastor's Corner

“Come and Follow Me”... “Go and Make Disciples”... But How? We have a “follow me” faith. That is, we learn about relating to God, freedom in Christ, hope of resurrection, forgiveness of sin, loving our neighbor, prayer, worship, etc....

Turnagain Pass segment of the INHT has snow

The Turnagain Pass segment of the Iditarod National Historic Trail (INHT) has full snow coverage and can be a great option for any type of skis but skate skis (with wider skis being ideal for the deep and soft conditions right now). This relatively...

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