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Articles from the October 2, 2014 edition

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Music, art sing out in Seward

Seward and guests played and danced and sang and painted and spun all weekend long at the Seward Music and Arts Festival over the weekend. And though a little tired after all the activity, the city...

 

Quake shakes Southcentral

LOG Editor It started with just a bit of rocking, and the intensity increased to some pretty good shaking. But the earthquake on Sept. 25 caused little or no damage in quake-sensitive Seward. The magnitude 6.2 earthquake began at 9:51 a.m. with its...

 

'Hawks head to playoffs

Seward Seahawk football team clinched a spot in the small school playoffs last Thursday with a 42-6 win over the Voznesenka Cougars on the 'Hawk home field. The Seward team is ranked third in the...

 

LOG celebrates 48 years

It is our birthday! Well, soon it will be our birthday – we’re almost over the hill! We’re not quite 50 years old, but we’re getting there and we’re still committed to delivering all the news that serves the best interests of our readers!...

 

The Last of the Silvers

As the air gets colder and the north wind picks up, hardy fishermen continue to pull silvers out of Resurrection Bay....

 
 By Sue McClure    Local    October 2, 2014

Boro assembly votes in appropriations

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly held it’s annual meeting in Homer on Sept. 16, which began with a beautiful rendition of the national anthem sung by Kyle Schneider and members of the Homer...

 

Deadline to apply for SBA Disaster Loans approaches

Oct. 16 is the deadline to apply for an SBA federal disaster loan for economic injury caused by the flooding of Oct. 27-28, 2013, Sam Dickey, director of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Alaska District Office, reminds private, nonprofit...

 

Out & About - Oct. 2, 2014

Library game night begins Community Game Night begins 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7 in the Library/Museum Community Room. The events are BYOG (bring your own game). Socialize, make friends, play some fun games and enjoy light refreshments. Game night i...

 

Local game developer hopes to make funding goal before Saturday

Local video game developer Zach Lazarus is less than $1,000 shy of his Kickstarter goal for funding his new project. Lazarus is planning a retro game he’s named “Creepy Castle.” “Creepy Castle” will be the first large release of...

 

Play Every Day video contest puts kids behind the lens

Do you have a fun way you like to play? The Play Every Day program challenges youth to show what that looks like. The Play Every Day campaign is holding a video PSA contest challenging elementary school students across Alaska to create a short video...

 

Alaska Railroad sets annual print sale-and-sign events

The Alaska Railroad will release its 2015 annual poster/print at four public sale-and-signing events featuring artist Dawn Gerety who will sign the prints and posters. Anchorage: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m....

 

'Captain's Mast' - Oct.2, 2014

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. 2 16:26 - 911 caller requested assistance for a man at the railroad depot...

 

Winter approaches

Seward is quieter as the tourist season winds down. Last week at Petro Plaza workers prepared the winter den for the popular fountain....

 

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