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 Local    April 16, 2015 

Wada musical comes to town

Based on the true story of Jurijo Wada, a musical about his life will make its premier U.S. performance in Seward. “The Samurai Musher: the Story of Jujiro Wada” is based on the story of Jujiro Wada told through letters he wrote from Alaska to...

 
 Local    April 16, 2015 

Fair aims to raise awareness of abuse

Families turn out for Saturday's third annual Seward Spring Carnival at the cruise ship terminal. The carnival's aim is to raise awareness of child abuse, child sexual abuse, teen dating violence,...

 
 Local    April 16, 2015 

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 Local    April 9, 2015

Processor busy with recent catch

Seward Fisheries was busy earlier this week with fishing boats coming in. The Icicle Seafoods Inc. plant is processing Pacific cod, black cod and halibut this time of year....

 
 Local    April 9, 2015

Job fair brings info to workers

Tuesday. 40-some employers set up at AVTEC to disseminate information about their companies and talk with potential workers....

 
 Local    April 9, 2015

Camping season begins

Campers along the downtown waterfront begin the season this week in Seward. Seward Parks and Recreation Department is gearing up with staff for the core of the season in June, July and...

 
 Local    April 9, 2015

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 Local    April 2, 2015

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...

 
 Local    April 2, 2015

Out for a picnic

A Sunday school group goes out for a picnic in the early years of the 20th century....

 
 Local    April 2, 2015

Holy Week and Easter Services

Churches in the Seward area have the following services planned for Holy Week and Easter. Community Services...

 
 Local    April 2, 2015

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 Local    March 26, 2015

Adult volleyball and racquetball wrap up seasons

The Seward Sports and Rec-hosted volleyball season ended the season March 18 with a competitive tournament. The Hit Squaad took home first after some close matches against the Shoreside team....

 
 By Annette Shacklett    Local    March 26, 2015

Beals comes in 11th, named most improved

Travis Beals of Seward pulled into Nome in 11th place in the Iditarod sled dog race March 18 after last week’s LOG went to press. Beals was 9 days, 13 hours, 18 minutes and 45 seconds on the...

 
 Local    March 26, 2015

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 Local    March 26, 2015

Out for a picnic

A Sunday school group goes out for a picnic in the early years of the 20th century....

 
 Local    March 19, 2015

Dallas wins his 3rd Iditarod race

Dallas Seavey won this year's Iditarod with a commanding lead of more than 4 hours over his father, Mitch Seavey, who came in second. Dallas won his third Iditarod with a time of 8 days, 18 hours, 13 minutes and 6 seconds. In second place was...

 
 Local    March 19, 2015

Chill, It's a Drill!

Tsunami sirens may sound, and a warning may be seen or heard on TV between 10:15 and 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, March 25. That’s when a test of the tsunami warning system is scheduled. Remember: • It’s not a real emergency • Do not evacuate your...

 
 Local    March 19, 2015

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 Local    March 12, 2015

School board selects super

At a special board of education meeting on March 3, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District school board voted, with unanimous consent, to offer Sean Dusek the position of superintendent of schools. “I am humbled and honored to be selected as...

 
 Local    March 12, 2015

Varsity boys don pink for breast cancer awareness

The Seward High School varsity boys basketball squad this year decided to make a statement by supporting breast cancer awareness. They chose to do so by wearing pink warm up shirts. The front of the...

 
 Local    March 12, 2015

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 Local    March 5, 2015

Sikuliaq welcoming this weekend

Events to welcome the R/V Sikuliaq are planned for this weekend. Several sessions of tours of the ship are slated, and the official commissioning and community reception is set for 11 a.m. Saturday. The National Science Foundation research ship...

 
 Local    March 5, 2015

Volunteers honored at 'Hooverville' luncheon

Seward Senior Center took on the look of the 1930s and '40s at its Volunteer Appreciation program on Feb. 25. Center volunteers were invited dress in era costume for a "Hooverville" luncheon of Spam...

 
 Local    March 5, 2015

Seaveys, Beals running in Iditarod

Two-time champion Mitch Seavey of Seward, his son Dallas Seavey, also a two-time champion, and Travis Beals of Seward are again racing in this year’s Iditarod sled dog race. The 1,000-mile race to Nome has its usual ceremonial start in Anchorage...

 
 Local    March 5, 2015

Legislature honors Williams

Pat Williams, longtime Seward citizen, has been honored with a memoriam by the Alaska Legislature. Williams, daughter of L.V. Ray, lived most of her 104 years in Seward where she was a notable citizen – involved and engaged with the town and its...

 

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