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Seasons blessings get a boost

Last year's holiday season support for the less fortunate in the community of Seward saw an unexpected boost due to the gift of freezers full of food from the M/V Tustumena. The ferry, laden with...

 

Native tribe works through growing pains

A new policy to safeguard Qutekcak Native Tribe member’s personal information was questioned by recent enrollee Nadene Brown at the regular meeting of the Native tribe’s council on Monday. At issu...

 

Surviving SAD or winter blues

Not everybody cries "yippee" when winter sets in. Some of us want to dig a hole in our beds, and climb in like a hibernating bear until it's over with. With the colder, dark days and long nights,...

 

Rocking the Boat

The following is from the editorial page of the Nov. 19, 1987 Seward Phoenix LOG. AT IT AGAIN... The good people in the American Legion, Elks and Lions are at it again, working to make the holiday season enjoyable for the needy in our area. This...

 
 By LOG Staff    Local    November 21, 2013

Judge: Alaska redistricting plan passes muster

The East Kenai Peninsula house district remains the same with the new plan. However, for the senate district, the East Kenai is now in the same district as Kenai and Soldotna, rather than South...

 

Singing lifts seniors spirits

Five ladies sway to and fro as they belt out the words to "I'm Back in the Saddle Again," an old Gene Autry tune, smiles animate their faces as Sue McClure accompanies them on the senior center piano....

 

Project affirms traditional Exit Glacier uses

A group of Alaska oral historians and national park staffers has, in a rigorous, academic fashion documented the historical and traditional uses of the Exit Glacier area and Harding Icefield from...

 

Shrimp, canned tuna, salmon top U.S. list

Americans remained true to their seafood favorites last year with shrimp, canned tuna and salmon topped the list of the 10 most popular seafoods. That’s according to the National Fisheries...

 

Conservation group celebrates 7th year of event

Hundreds of supporters of the Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance and connoisseurs of tasty beverages converged on the Alaska SeaLife Center Saturday to sample local brews and wines from vintners...

 
 By LOG Staff    Local    November 21, 2013

Firefighters take training to next level

Since Sept. 26, five trainees from Bear Creak Volunteer Fire Department along with one from the Seward Volunteer Fire Department have been working toward their final testing regime next week. This...

 

Turn Back the Pages

Nov. 19, 1992 The Seward Phoenix LOG Council delays decision on new large vessel dock – The Seward City Council has delayed until its next meeting a decision on making B Street the home of a large-vessel dock, with most members saying they want mor...

 

Back When...

On April 19, 1972 Seward High School juniors "took over" City Hall. The photograph shows Seward City Manager Jim Filip going over the day's program with student Mayor Kevin Dunham (at the left) and...

 

Council meets Seward's future leaders

The City of Seward Parks and Recreation Department 2013-14 Youth and Junior Councils were recognized by the Seward City Council last week in a proclamation of TYC Councils Day for Nov. 12. The Youth...

 

Out & About - Nov. 21, 2013

Send listings for Out & About to editor@theSewardPhoenixLOG.com. Angel Trees benefit less fortunate Seward and Bear Creek Fire Departments have set a Dec. 6 deadline for Angel Tree nomination forms to be submitted. Nominate someone less fortunate...

 

Calendar - Nov. 21, 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, Nov. 21 3 to 6 p.m., He Will Provide Food Pantry, Fifth and Adams, entry in the alley....

 

Captain's Mast - Nov. 21, 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. Nov. 4 03:13 - Verbal warning for speed given at the Safeway parking lot....

 

Friendship mural unveiled

The art delegates have returned from Obihiro with a special warmth that comes from the bonding of cultures and making new friends. Fascinating are the stories they tell of their 13 days in Obihiro...

 

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