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Lodging industry booming locally

There are no shortage of local entrepreneurs offering lodging to visitors as a way to meet the high demand for rooms. From spare bedrooms to multi-unit apartments, Seward property owners have been able to book their guests with relative ease thanks...

 

SeaLife Center sets fall/winter hours, begins tours

The Alaska SeaLife Center announced earlier this week its new fall/winter hours for 2016-2017. Beginning Sept. 5, the center hours will be from 10 a,m. to 5 p.m. The new schedule will run through...

 

Firewise workshop to be held in Sterling on Sept. 17

An “Alaska Fire-wise, Ready Set Go” Workshop for the community of Sterling, and all residents of the Kenai Peninsula will be held Sept. 17 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Sterling Community Center. The workshop will be followed with a home visit...

 

'Story Time' to begin Sept. 16

The Seward Community Library & Museum is gearing up for Story Time beginning on Friday, Sept. 16, at 10:30 a.m. in the Children’s Room. Story Time is a weekly program full of stories, activities, and fun for children under 5 and their caregivers....

 

Helen E. Ernst

Helen E. Ernst, 80, of Redmond, WA, formerly of Lawing, passed on peacefully to be with Jesus on Aug. 20, 2016. She joins her beloved husband of 60 years, Peter, who passed on Feb. 9, 2015. Family...

 

An historic opportunity for Alaska's future

In the final stages of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, many quit their jobs prior to the completion of TAPS because they wanted to be first in line to work on the gasline. Alaska expected construction to begin that quickly. But that was nearly 40...

 

Kratz, Seahawks shine at ACS Class Challenge

\Hunter Kratz etched his name into an odd piece of cross country history on Friday at Cheney Lake in Anchorage. For the first time, the Seward High School standout shared a win – with four other...

 

Lindquist, Petrosius lead to 4th at ACS

Ruby Lindquist and Coral Petrosius went into the Anchorage Christian Schools’ 2016 Class Challenge looking to continue their string of strong performances in cross country. They more than succeeded. Lindquist and Petrosius helped power the Seward...

 

'Hawks hold off Redington

Rhett Sievert scored four touchdowns on Friday and helped carry the Seward Seahawks to a 36-34 victory over Redington in high school football action at the SHS field. With the victory, Seward...

 

'Hawks move into second in conference

Seward’s victory over Redington went a long way toward giving the Seahawks’ confidence as they head into Week 5 of the 2016 season. It also gave them plenty of optimism as they head into the heart of their conference schedule. The win over...

 

Seward swimmers claim three victories at Kenai meet

The Seward High School and Seward Tsunami swim teams both turned in impressive outings this past weekend at a Kenai duel meet. The high school team finished second in the girls’ division, while the Tsunami club team nabbed second in the boys’....

 

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. Aug. 26 1430 - A caller reported a red pit bull in the Ukkanuzit. He is friendly...

 

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