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 By LOG Staff    Local    September 1, 2011

Council discusses taxes, spending

If you’re tired of paying taxes and think the local government is spending too much on frivolous things, then pay attention to the comments that will be made by the Seward City Council in their work sessions in mid-September! And for those of you...

 

Cruising into port...

As the summer season winds down a fishing boat pulled into the Seward Small Boat Harbor....

 

Prospector Jujiro Wada blazed the Iditarod Trail

Jujiro Wada was born in 1875 in a small town called Komatsu-cho in the Ehime Prefecture of Shikoku Island in western Japan and he passed away in 1937 in a small hospital in San Diego, California....

 
 By LOG Staff    Opinion    September 1, 2011

What shall we ask of a city administrator?

The City Council is in the process of selecting a successor to city manager Phil Oates, a retired general who has served the citizens well as the chief executive officer of Seward, one of Alaska’s oldest cities. In the 1950s, Seward became one of t...

 

Time for a revolution in Alaska: Local governments now!

Local Government is the backbone of Alaska’s system of governance—unfortunately, since the 1980s that backbone has been broken one vertebra at a time. It is time for a movement in Alaska. Not...

 

Turn Back the Pages—Sept. 7, 1972

FOR SALE – RCA Victor TV. 17” portable. In good working condition. $65. Monty Richardson. CA-4-5947. FOR SALE – 12 ft. V bottom fiberglass boat w/30 H.P. Johnson. Call 3545 after 5 p.m. LOG Note The Alaska Shop sports a bright coat of yellow...

 

Back when...

Torpedo boat destroyers in Resurrection Bay sometime between 1918 and 1920....

 

Ravens grace art walk

As part of the Sept. 2 First Friday Art Walk, Ranting Raven will show "All Things Raven." Among the pieces to be displayed will be "Raven Perch," a watercolor by Dot Bardarson....

 

Students return to Seward Schools

It was a great summer with nice weather and plenty to do. Now it is over and another exciting time begins for the hundreds of Seward students who have begun and returned to elementary, junior, and high schools. As the summer turns to autumn and...

 

Kiia Hubbard memorial set

A memorial service for Kiia Hubbard is planned for 6 p.m. Sept. 1 at Seward High School auditorium. Close friends and family members are welcome. For information contact Pastor Cinoreski at Resurrection Bay Baptist Church, 222-777...

 

Community Events—Sept. 1, 2011

Register to vote The deadline to register to vote in the Oct. 4 city and borough election is Sept. 4. The Seward City Clerk’s Office in city hall will accept registration through Sept. 2. Information and assistance is available by calling the...

 

Sled dog symposium planned

The Willow Dog Mushers Association is offering the Association K9 Athlete Symposium Sept, 24 at the Willow Community Center, Milepost 69.7 of the Parks Hwy. Ownership of a sled dog is not required to participate, and earlier registration saves money....

 

Memorial construction underway

Construction of the Seward Mariners' Memorial continues to take shape on the uplands south of the Small Boat Harbor. Harmon Construction will have the structure completed this fall, with the compass...

 
 By LOG Staff    Alaska    September 1, 2011

Something for everyone at the Alaska State Fair

Every year in late August the state of Alaska opens it's fair grounds in Palmer. Booths open up with home made crafts, manufactured equipment, food, agricultural information and so much more. There...

 

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