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Elementary students honor veterans

The students at William H. Seward Elementary School put their best voices forward on Friday, November 9, to recognize and thank local veterans during a special Veterans Day program in the library. In ...

ASLC to ring in holiday season with tree lighting

The Alaska SeaLife Center will usher in the Christmas season in grand style next week when it holds its annual Community Holiday Party on November 30. The free event, which was made possible by a grant from the Seward Community Foundation and the...

Veterans recognition

The crew of the USCG cutter Mustang joined others at the Senior Center for lunch on November 10 during a Veterans Day outing. The crew was joined by retired CG Commanding Officer Jerry Pickett, who...

A night at the movies ...

A large crowd gathered in the auditorium of the Rae Building on Friday for a night at the movies. The winter movie series will contiue through March and benefits numerous local activities. This...

Norcross, Mullaly net wins at Peninsula Duals

NIKISKI – Cole Norcross and Collin Mullaly each wrestled their way to multiple wins this past weekend and helped carry the Seward High School wrestling team to a solid showing at the 2017 Peninsula Duals. As a team, Seward went 0-4 in the 9-team...

Grace Christian, Nikiski fall short in bids for title

The Grace Christian Grizzlies and Nikiski Lady Bulldogs came up short in their bid to bring the Class 3A state volleyball title to the Southcentral Conference this past weekend. Both teams suffered tough losses at the Class 3A ASAA/First National...

Seward Parks & Recreational Department Standings

Seward Parks & Recreational Department Standings Recreational Volleyball Team W-L B.U. 5-0 Jeff & the Fortune Cookies 4-0 Sun Setters 3-1 Microspikers 2-2 Boomers 1-3 Macrospikers 0-4 Hungry Horses 0-4 Competitive Volleyball Team W-L Tony’s 8-0...

Pastor's Corner

As Christians we are sometimes challenged in how we describe God. How does a finite being, particularly imperfect as we are, describe an infinite and perfect God? One of the ways we describe God is to state that God is good. What we mean by this is...

The 'Worm' reaches another milestone

If your family is anything like mine, everyone has some kind of nickname. For me, I was raised on the nickname of “Bones,” mainly because I was one of those kids so skinny growing up that you could count the number of bones. Since I have added...

Lory Bica Leary

Seward resident Mrs. Lory Bica Leary, 81, passed on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, at Providence Alaska Mt. Haven Assisted Living, in Seward. A memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov....

Marion Louise Browning

Longtime Homer resident Mrs. Marion Louise Browning, 100, died Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, at South Peninsula Hospital in Homer. Funeral services will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, ...

John James Coffey III

Soldotna resident John James Coffey III, 77, passed away Monday, Nov. 6, 2017, at his home from lung cancer. Private family services will take place out of state. Coffey was born May 26, 1940, in...

Clifton Roger Bennett

On November 4, 2017, Clifton Roger Bennett, age 98, passed away peacefully with family by his side. He was born in Meeteetse, Wyoming, on March 7, 1919, to Miles William Bennett and Dorothy Siebert Bennett. His siblings included William, Louise and...

Schools to dismiss early on Nov. 22

Seward students will begin the holiday season with a small break next Wednesday, November 22, when classes are dismissed early. There will be no school on November 23 or November 24 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Classes will resume at...

Pictorial atlas to be topic at Nov. 16 meeting

This month’s history program at the Seward Library Museum on Thursday, Nov. 16 will give details about how a historical atlas of downtown Seward came to fruition. Resurrection Bay Historical Society has invited Kenai Fjords National Park...

Captain's Mast

The following is from the journals of the Seward Police Department. Those who have been arrested or summoned are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law. Nov. 2 0653 - 911 call was abandoned at City Hall. Information given to...

Community Calendar

Nov. 1-30 Archery League begins The fall session of the Seward Archery League is now under way. The league will run from Nov. 1 through Nov. 30 at the Alaska Railroad Terminal. Residents are encouraged to grab their bow and arrows and attend target...

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