The Seward Phoenix Log - News of the Eastern Kenai Peninsula since 1966

 
Library to host book signing by Alaska historian on July 23

SPRD set to vacate AVTEC by Aug. 1

The City of Seward concluded that logic dictates our departure from the AVTEC Student Services Center. The Seward Parks and Recreation Department (SPRD) has notified AVTEC administration, and AVTEC has acknowledged our plan to leave the facility by...

Seward Highway traffic slowed due to McHugh fire

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities reduced the Seward Highway to one lane traffic on Wednesday, July 19, due to having firefighting crews in the area to battle the McHugh fire. The reduction, which was in effect from 6:10...

City council to vote on new flag recommendation at July 25 meeting

The City of Seward could move one step closer to an official flag at its July 25 meeting. According to the agenda for Monday’s meeting, city leaders are scheduled to adopt a resolution designating the Seward Flag Committee’s recent...

Chamber sets monthly meeting for Aug. 5

The Seward Chamber of Commerce will be holding its regular monthly meeting on Aug. 5 in the Breeze Inn’s Mt. Alice conference room. The meeting, which will be from noon until 1 p.m., is open to the public. Buffet style lunch is $12 per person....

SPRD seeks volunteers to help with parks

The Seward Parks & Recreation Department is reaching out to local residents in an effort to preserve one of the community’s parks. Through its ‘Repainting P.A.R.K.S. Playground’ initiative, SPRD officials are seeking volunteers to clean and...

Goat drowns trying to escape Alaska crowds taking its photo

Seward was anything but a peaceful place for at least one lost mountain goat on Saturday. The goat, which had wandered into town, drowned near the Alaska SeaLife Center after jumping into the ocean in an attempt to escape from a crowd of people...

We have liftoff ...

Amanda Fisher helps her son, Ian Stigdall, launch a kite during the Seward Community Library and Museum's Kite Making Workshop on Saturday, July 16. The workshop, which was part of SCLM's...

Still working with fire ...

An old Seward Fire Department truck was still in the fire business over the Fourth of July holiday. The truck, along with the Batmobile, was part of a display at...

Who blinked first?

A puffin stares at a group of tourists as they make their way through the Alaska SeaLife Center last...

Seahawks set to kick off preseason drills on 27th

High school athletics will officially return to the Kenai Peninsula in a matter of days. Like the other small-school programs around the state, the Seward High School Seahawks will begin their 2016...

I know there's something I should say

Warning: The following article may contain comments that are unhealthy for male members of the human species to repeat. Repeat what you are about to read at your own risk. Here’s the deal. My name...

Library to host book signing by Alaska historian on July 23

Residents of the eastern Kenai Peninsula will find themselves with a special opportunity on Saturday, July 23. The Seward Community Linrary & Museum will be hosting a book signing event for...

 
 
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