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Schools to dismiss early on Nov. 22

Seward students will begin the holiday season with a small break next Wednesday, November 22, when classes are dismissed early. There will be no school on November 23 or November 24 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Classes will resume at...

 

Pictorial atlas to be topic at Nov. 16 meeting

This month’s history program at the Seward Library Museum on Thursday, Nov. 16 will give details about how a historical atlas of downtown Seward came to fruition. Resurrection Bay Historical Society has invited Kenai Fjords National Park...

 

Aplications for student exchange program available

The City of Seward is seeking up to four high school students to participate in a student exchange with its sister city of Obihiro, Japan. As part of the program, several Japanese students came to Seward in late July. Seward students travel to...

 

'Grateful Skate' set to aid Food Bank

The Seward Parks and Recreation Department’s annual “Grateful Skate” program will be aiding the Seward Food Bank this year. Individuals bringing a non-perishable item to the November 22 event will be admitted free of charge. Grateful Skate...

 

'Grateful Skate'set to aid Food Bank

The Seward Parks and Recreation Department’s annual “Grateful Skate” program will be aiding the Seward Food Bank this year. Individuals bringing a non-perishable item to the November 22 event will be admitted free of charge. Grateful Skate...

 

Free first-aid class for pets to be held at fire station on Nov. 4

The Seward Fire Department will be hosting a first-aid training class for pets and trapping awareness on Saturday. The class is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. in the Seward fire station. According to SOS Pets, the class is designed for residents...

 

SBCFSA to hold meeting on Nov. 6

The Seward/Bear Creek Flood Service Area board will hold a regular meeting Monday, Nov. 6, at 6 p.m. Meeting packets can be viewed on the website at http://www.kpb.us/components/com_papyruslist/document.php?d=2077602....

 

Seward to host Harbormaster's conference next year

The City of Seward will host the 2018 Alaska Association of Harbormasters and Port Administrators Conference next October, according to a release. 2018 event will be held from October 8-12. The AAHPA recently held its 2017 conference in Petersburg....

 

King of the Mountain set for Oct. 27-28

Wrestling enthusiasts will get a chance to see some of the state’s top grapplers next weekend when the 2017 King of The Mountain Duals get under way here in Seward. In all, 11 teams from throughout the state will be participating in the two-day...

 

Seward Energy Forum slated for this weekend

Seward will be the site of the Seward Energy Forum & Fair on October 13-14. The event will be held at the AVTEC Student Service Center from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday....

 

Parks & Rec set to begin adult basketball, volleyball campaigns

The Seward Parks and Recreation Department will be kicking off its 2017 adult basketball and co-ed volleyball seasons in the next few days. SPRD is now accepting players and teams for both leagues. The Adult Basketball League will tip off play on...

 

Open House on Marine Terminal is planned

The Alaska Railroad Corporation will be holding an open house to view the master plan for expansion of the Seward Marine Terminal on Tuesday, September 26. Members of the Railport Seward team are scheduled to be on hand to discuss the master plan...

 

Schools to dismiss early on Sept. 13

Schools in Seward and Moose Pass will let out early on Wednesday, Sept. 13, as part of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District’s new teacher/staff preparedness initiative. According to the KPBSD, schools will release 90 minutes early on six...

 

NPS warns visitors to stay clear of glacier due to ice fall

The National Park Service is warning visitors to Seward’s Exit Glacier to stay back from its immediate edge because of the danger of falling ice. Tall blocks and slabs of ice have created an ice fall hazard at the glacier’s toe and sides, so the...

 

Dieckgraeff Invitational scheduled for Sept. 8

Some of the state’s top cross country athletes will converge on Seward next weekend to compete in the annual Frank Dieckgraeff Invitational. The meet is scheduled for Sept. 8. More than a dozen varsity and junior varsity teams from throughout the...

 

City seeks to inform voters about Proposition 1

Tommy Wells Seward Phoenix LOG The Seward City Council isn’t relying on word of mouth to educate voters on the importance of extending the terms of those elected to the city’s governing body by a year. It’s taking the message to the people....

 

Heather Bardarson is named SCL&M's new program director

Heather Bardarson was recently named the new Program Director at the Seward Community Library and Museum. “She is a people person with a lot of enthusiasm and initiative, as well as a passion for our community,” members of the library board...

 

City: Paving crews complete work on Swetmann and Sea Lion streets

People driving around Seward will notice some new blacktop in several parts of the city, especially around the school campuses. According to the City of Seward, paving crews finished work on both Swetmann Avenue and Sea Lion Avenue on August 21,...

 

Car seat checkup set for Sept. 6 at SCLM

Car seat and booster checkups are being planned for Wednesday, September 6, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Seward Community Library and Museum, and from 2 to 4 p.m. in the AVTEC parking lot....

 

City: Beware of calls seeking utility account information

The City of Seward is advising residents to use caution when answering calls asking for personal utility account information. According to Seward City Clerk Johanna Kinney, city officials have been receiving reports that misleading calls are being...

 

Annual Rotary duck race slated for Aug. 20

The Sixth Annual Rotary Club Duck Race will be held on Aug. 20, beginning at 3:30 p.m. at the Lowell Creek waterfall. The winning duck will received $1,500. Proceeds benefit Rotary’ annual Coats for Kids effort as well as other...

 

Boosters to hold drawing for cruise

The Seward High School Athletic Booster Club is selling tickets for a Holland America Line 7-day cruise to either Mexico or the Caribbean. Tickets are $20 for a chance to win a trip worth $3,000. Booster club members and student/athletes will be...

 

Open house and 'Dress Your Pet' event at Seward Animal Shelter

The Seward Animal Shelter will be holding an open house and barbecue from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, August 12, as part of its ongoing efforts to raise funds for a new shelter facility and to thank the members of the community for their support. A...

 

SHS spikers to hold car wash on Aug. 5

The Seward High School volleyball athletes will be holding a car wash on Aug. 5 at the high school. The car wash, which will be performed on a donation basis, will be held from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m....

 

Shelter to hold BBQ event on Aug. 12

The Seward Animal Shelter will be holding an Open House and a special event on Aug. 12 as part of its ongoing efforts to raise funds for a new shelter facility and to thank the members of the community for their support. As part of the event, a...

 

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