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 By Tommy Wells    Local    October 12, 2017

McDonald: council has been 'derelict' in its duties

Tim McDonald’s bid to shake up the Seward City Council by running for mayor came up short, but the retires commercial fisherman sent shockwaves through the crowd on Monday when he accused the council of failing to protect the interests of the cityâ...

 

'Hawks keep playoff hopes alive

The Seward Seahawks desperately needed a spark to keep their hopes of securing a postseason berth alive on Saturday afternoon on a rain-soaked Steinbrecher Field. Derek Hirschman and the Seward High...

 

Spikers sweep Kenai, Redington and Houston

Forget the 1927 New York Yankees. The team that everyone should be most afraid of is the Seward High School Lady Seahawks. Seward continued its impressive march through its scheduled this past week by pounding out three impressive road victories...

 

Covering President Obama's visit

I should have been at Sweet Darlings! It was difficult to contain my excitement when I learned I would be part of the White House press pool during President Barack Obama's historic visit to Seward...

 

House passes bill to ensure passenger rail service

A bill aimed at keeping Alaska Railroad Corp. passenger service on track and to avoid penalties by the Federal Railroad Administration passed the Alaska House of Representatives Tuesday, according to a House majority press release. House Bill 140...

 

'Captain's Mast' - March 12, 2015

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. Feb. 16 01:19 - Individual reported an intoxicated male passed out on the bench...

 

Weather Service alert error under investigation

There was confusion, and even a bit of panic, Tuesday morning when the emergency siren system in Seward announced a tsunami alert without the usual “test” language that occurs each Wednesday. Within 30 minutes of the warning, the office sent out...

 
 By Laine Welch    Fishing    July 31, 2014

Public input sought on many issues

Nowhere in the world do people have more say in shaping fisheries policy than in Alaska. While the outcomes might get mixed rants and reviews, no one is ever denied the chance to state ideas,...

 

'Captain's Mast' - April 17, 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. April 5 23:37 - Caller reported a sickly looking eagle near the side of the road...

 
 By LOG Staff    Features    March 20, 2014

Turn Back the Pages

March 30, 1989 The Seward Phoenix LOG Exxon oil spill headed toward Resurrection Bay – The massive Exxon Valdez oil spill that is polluting Prince William Sound is totally out of control and will soon begin moving toward Resurrection Bay and Kodiak...

 

IPHC decides quotas this week

Will Alaska’s halibut catches be cut again next year? That’s the big question as the industry braces for the International Pacific Halibut Commission’s interim meeting this week in Seattle. By...

 

Turn Back the Pages

The Seward Phoenix LOG Citizens Urge Re-Hiring of Harbormaster – A number of citizens appeared at the City Council meeting Monday evening in support of harbormaster Murl Trevethan, who resigned recently in a disagreement with the city manager. Ed...

 
 By Heidi Zemach    Local    July 4, 2013

SPRD ends unsupervised gym use experiment

Some youth under age 16 and their busy parents were recently upset to discover that the youth were no longer allowed to use the open gym, racquetball courts or weight room at AVTEC without adult...

 
 By Wolfgang Kurtz    Local    April 11, 2013

Council reviews trails and rails

Two Sewardites were recognized for their public service at the outset of Monday’s Seward City Council meeting. John French was applauded for his work representing the Seward area on the Prince...

 

City council probes Providence contract

The Seward City Council was recently brought up to speed concerning the management and operating agreement between the city and Providence Health & Services Alaska. The contract, which expires April...

 

Ergonomics can ease fishing health issues

Making some easy changes to a boat’s deck layout, or simply modifying knives and scrapers can reduce the strains, sprains and pains of fishing. Doing so is applying the science of ergonomics....

 

Police Log—Dec. 1, 2011

Editor’s Note: The bulk of the Police Log in the Nov. 24 was missing due to an error at the print shop. That Police Log follows. Nov. 12 Editor’s Note: The remainder of the Nov. 12 Police Log ran in the LOG on Nov. 17. 02:48 - Individual...

 

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...

 

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