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 By LOG Staff    Local    October 10, 2013

Bear hovers above Second Avenue

Seward has had a relatively peaceful autumn, free from incidents provoked by nuisance bears or nuisance garbage can owners. Until recent sightings, such as this one, you hardly even knew they were...

 

Election results leave council seat open

A canvassing board spent Monday afternoon reviewing absentee and anomalous ballots, but as the numbers changed in the final tally for the Oct. 1 City of Seward election, the rankings were unaffected....

 
 By Heidi Zemach    Local    October 10, 2013

Oil spill response preparation discussed

Resurrection Bay and the City of Seward are downstream from oil tankers transiting Prince William Sound, and although those who experienced the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill don’t want to think about...

 

Local growth is a mixed bag

Alyssa Shanks, economics analyst from the State of Alaska, was cautiously optimistic about Seward’s prospects for growth as she addressed local business leaders at Friday’s Seward Chamber of...

 

Rocking the Boat

The following is from the editorial page of the Oct. 13, 1988 Seward Phoenix LOG. WEARING THE RED RIBBON... Keep in mind Mayor Harry Gieseler’s proclamation designating the week of Oct. 23 to 30 as Red Ribbon Week. What is it? It’s part of a...

 

Five ways to prepare kids for financial success

If there’s a golden rule when it comes to saving and building healthy money management habits, it’s this: the earlier you start, the better off you’ll be in the long run. Money management is probably the last thing on the minds of most kids....

 

SBCFSA Attendance

The comments stated in this letter are the opinion of Robert Reisner and do not represent the Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area board. Greetings my fellow citizens. I’ve just completed my first year of a three-year sentence, er, term with our...

 

Thank you from the Richardsons

Thank you We wish to extend our thanks and appreciation to those who gave thoughts and succor to us during our time of stress and health problems. Generosity and consideration for others is alive and well in our community. — Florita and Monty...

 

Thank you from the Nelsen family

Our family would like to thank each and every one of you for your cards, letters, kindness, prayers, beautiful flowers, prepared dishes, baked treats, generous donations, errands, help with the celebration of life, visits and continued support for...

 

Seward important to ocean acidification research

Walk into the D.W. Hood Laboratory across from the Alutiiq Pride Shellfish Hatchery, and you will come to a room where seawater from Resurrection Bay enters the facility. The water is fed into the...

 

Crab season may be delayed by fed shutdown

Kodiak’s waterfront is bedecked with hundreds of “7 by’s” as boats stack their pots and gear up for the big crab fisheries in the Bering Sea. The Bristol Bay red king crab season is set to...

 
 By LOG Staff    Features    October 10, 2013

Back When...

In the 1940s the Seward Highway snaked along the northern end of Upper Trail Lake where the present day Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association Trail Lake Hatchery stands. Sylvia Sexton shot this photo...

 

Sewardites in the limelight - Chef Kevin Lane

It would be a stretch to represent Seward as the new cultural and media Mecca of Alaska. But there’s a growing body of evidence proving that Sewardites are making their mark in the community and...

 

Seahawks end season with 4 more

The Seward Seahawks football squad knocked down the Colony Knights junior varsity team with four touchdowns in the last game of the season. Colony was able to bag a couple more, but the Hawks are...

 
 By LOG Staff    Features    October 10, 2013

Turn Back the Pages

Oct. 10, 1974 The Seward Phoenix LOG New Councilmen Assume Duties – Highlight of the City Council meeting last Monday evening was the swearing in of new Councilmembers, Roy Roehl and Bob Lutz. These men will take the places of Bill Vincent and Emmi...

 

Seahawk cross-country teams compete at State; varsity boys take 4th

The State Cross Running Championships were at Bartlett High School in Anchorage on Saturday. Seahawk senior Matthew Moore lead the varsity boys team with a solid fourth place out of 119, with a time...

 

Out & About - Oct. 10, 2013

Send listings for Out & About to editor@theSewardPhoenixLOG.com. Seward Seahawks swimming at home, volleyball away The Seward High School volleyball team travels to Grace for the Grizzlie tournament Friday and Saturday. The Seahawk Invitational Swim...

 

Open for Business - Oct. 10, 2013

In the fall, the four winds converge on Resurrection Bay to wash away the memories of summer and replace them with the anticipation of winter. Every year, visitors arrive in the area with the...

 

Lettie Lavern Buchanan

Lettie Lavern Buchanan died at her home on Sept. 23, 2013. Lettie was born on June 23, 1936 to Harriet and Thomas Fox in Seldovia. She is predeceased by her husband, Perry N. Buchanan and her brother...

 

Jane Hendee (McMullen) Behlke

Jane Hendee McMullen Behlke, 87, passed away Oct. 1, 2013 at the Alaska Pioneers Home in Anchorage. She was born Nov. 29, 1925, in Seward to Paul Clarence and Luella (Kelsey) McMullen. At one time,...

 

Calendar - Oct. 10, 2013

To add or change a non profit or free regular meeting or event on The LOG’s Calendar, e-mail adminassist@TheSewardPhoenixLOG.com or phone 224-4888. Thursday, Oct. 10 2 to 5 p.m., He Will Provide Food Pantry, Fifth and Adams, entry in the alley....

 

Captain's Mast - Oct. 10, 2013

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. 25 05:58 - Earthquake: Magnitude 5.8, 19 miles deep, 90 miles west of Attu...

 

New dock for small boat harbor

“D” float at the small boat harbor undergoes demolition as part of a $2.36 million project to replace the aging and deteriorated dock which was built within a few months after the 1964 Alaska...

 

Great ShakeOut helps prepare for earthquakes

Schools in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District will participate in the Great Alaska ShakeOut “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” earthquake drill on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 10:17 a.m. KPBSD registered all district schools to join more than 44,000...

 

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