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Seward salutes veterans

Events around town on Nov. 11 honored local veterans. The Seward Schools musical tribute played to a packed house....

 

Center aims to close child abuse gap

A child advocacy center for children who may have been sexually or physically abused has opened in Seward for the first time ever. It closes a major gap that the town had in child services. The...

 

State to reimburse city’s Medicaid bills

The State of Alaska recently agreed to repay Providence Seward Medical and Care Center (PSMC) an additional $402,000 for Medicaid reimbursement payments for Seward Providence Hospital and Seward...

 

Epic storm calls attention to Kivalina case

The recent “epic storm” that ripped through Northwestern Alaska underscored many things. The strength and resilience of coastal communities was demonstrated as well as the relentless power of...

 

Number 1 port for halibut is now Kodiak

There is some notable shuffling going on among Alaska’s fisheries this year, with Southeast besting Bristol Bay as the state’s top salmon region, and Kodiak toppling Homer as the #1 halibut port....

 

Turn Back the Pages—Nov. 16, 1972

Urbach to represent Seward Chamber in Anchorage meet – Businessman Larry Urbach was chosen by unanimous vote of the Seward Chamber of Commerce to represent that group at the Alaska State Chamber of Commerce Pre-Legislative sessions in Anchorage....

 

Back when...

The curio booth at the 1916 Seward Civic Fair, sponsored by the Seward Women’s Club, to show the “possibilities of Seward.” The Fair was held in the Railroad Headquarters Building at Fourth and...

 

Ideas offered for supporting veterans

Volunteer According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the V.A.’s Voluntary Service is the largest volunteer program in the federal government. www.volunteer.va.gov/aboutvavs.asp Student Volunteer Program allows students to provide care...

 

Around the Town—Nov. 17, 2011

Senior Center holds open house Seward Senior Center is holding an open house from 2:30 to 5:30, Nov. 18 to celebrate improvements to the center. Pie and coffee will be served, and everyone is invited. The center is at 336 Third Ave. “Nutcracker”...

 

Jacob A. Welch, Dec. 25, 1929 - Oct. 29, 2011

Former Seward resident, Jacob A. Welch, 81, died Oct. 29, 2011 at The Penn Manor in Selinsgrove, Pa., after a brief illness. An extended family dinner will be held in his memory at The Country...

 

Harry William Nicolet, July 23, 1927 - Nov. 4, 2011

Harry William Nicolet passed away peacefully Nov. 4, 2011 at Alaska Regional Hospital with his family at his side after sustaining injuries from a fall that was due to his Alzheimer disease. Nicolet was born in Cordova on July 23, 1927 to James and...

 

Police Log—Nov. 17, 2011

Nov. 8 01:36 - Verbal warning for Expired Registration at north 72-hour lot. Officer advised they had a temporary current tag. 08:53 - Providence Hospital requested SVAC for a transport of a patient from the hospital to the airport. When SVAC was...

 

Community Menus—Nov. 17, 2011

Seward School Menus Breakfast Friday, Nov. 18 - Chocolate Frosted Mini Wheats, Fruit Loops, whole wheat Poptart, chilled pears and milk. Monday, Nov. 21 - Apple Jacks, Frosted Flakes, Power Ally Bar, applesauce and milk. Tuesday, Nov. 22 -...

 

Biz Buzz—Nov. 17, 2011

Marine refrigeration workshop planned Space still available for fishermen to attend a workshop on operating, maintaining and troubleshooting onboard refrigeration systems. Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program and Integrated Marine Systems, Inc....

 

Site based council positions filled

Gerald (Jerry) Olive and Mica VanBuskirk were elected at the end of October to the Seward Schools Site Based Council. The comprehensive council assists in the development of area school programs; works as one decision making team, with decisions...

 

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