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Council interviews Ballou for clerk post

Tommy Wells Seward Phoenix LOG And then there was one. The Seward City Council didn’t have to eliminate anyone during their search for a potential replacement for the city clerk position. The candidates did it themselves. Earlier this month the...

 

In search of the Wild Life

When it came time for Antonia Stamatova to choose where she wanted to go as part of the University of Provdiv's cultural exchange program, she had only one requirement – she wanted to experience...

 
 By Tommy Wells    Arts    September 21, 2017

Seward Music and Arts Festival to begin Friday

The Seward Music and Arts Festival will get under way this weekend, bringing some of the area’s top musical performers to Resurrection Bay. The event will begin on Friday, Sept. 22, and run through Sunday, Sept. 24. The weekend will include live...

 

Community Calendar

Sept. 20 SHPC meeting The Seward Historic Preservation Commission will meet on Wednesday, September 20, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the City Annex. A work session will follow the meeting. Sept. 22 Chamber luncheon The Seward Chamber of Commerce will...

 

KPB mayoral hopefuls air views at 'Meet the Candidates' forum

Seward voters got a chance to get up close and personal with the candidates seeking borough and local offices on Monday, Sept. 18, at a special "Meet the Candidates" forum. The event was sponsored by...

 

Julie Ann Bright

Julie Ann Bright, 63, of Tabor, SD, passed away Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton. Funeral services are pending with the Opsahl- Kostel Funeral Home & Crematory...

 

Tune in to the sound of real performers

As I have been trying to accomplish a life-long dream to learn the play the guitar, I find myself admiring those people who have actual musical talent. Back in the day (which is an old-school way of...

 

Wealth creation, not taxes, is the solution

The rumors are swirling around about yet another special legislative session devoted to a broad-based tax is both troubling and wrong. This whole narrative, concept and belief coming out of Juneau tha...

 

Seahawks sprint to 4th at Homer Trials

The Seward High School cross country team rode a strong performance from freshman Neil Lindquist to a fourth-place finish at the 2017 Homer Spit Trials on Saturday. Overall, Seward had four runners finish in the top 30 spots and finished with 105...

 

Region III Championships set for Sept. 23

Cross country’s version of the staCross country’s version of the state playoffs is at hand for members of the Seward High School boys’ and girls’ teams. It’ll be place or go home this weekend at the Region III Championships. The top four...

 

Lindquist races to win in Homer

Seward’s Ruby Lindquist continued to dominate the cross country scene this past weekend by racing to the top spot at the Homer Spit Time Trials. The SHS senior posted a time of 19 minutes and 12.3 seconds in the race and edged out rival Autumn...

 

Monroe Catholic Rams deal 'Hawks tough 15-0 setback

The Monroe Catholic Rams scored twice in the first half and then held off a strong push from the Seward Seahawks to claim a 15-0 victory in non-conference football action. With the setback, Seward slipped to 1-5 for the season. Monroe Catholic moved...

 

Spanos nets silver in Homer

Connor Spanos continued to make his presence felt on the state swimming scene over the weekend. The Seward High School standout raced his way to a silver medal on Saturday and helped spur the Seahawks to seventh in the team standings at the Kenai...

 

Marathon wrestlers to host annual meet on March 2-3

The Marathon Wrestling Club received some welcome news from state officials: March is the time some of the area’s top young wrestlers will flood into Seward. The Marathon Wrestling Club was informed their annual tournament had been approved for...

 

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. Sept. 12 0619 - A parking warning was left on MS/LIC MED607 at Fifth Avenue for p...

 

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