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Museum open Memorial Day

Resurrection Bay Historical Society is pleased to announce the Seward Museum will be open MONDAY…

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Two movies daily at the library

The Iditarod National Historic Trail and 1964 Earthquake movies play Monday through Saturday at 2…

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Seward Outdoor Store opens on 3rd Ave

Even with a retail space jampacked with outdoor gear, the owners of the Seward Outdoor…

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Seward Outdoor Store to celebrate opening Thursday

Join the Seward Adventure Store crew for light refreshments while exploring the new Seward Outdoor…

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Military Appreciation Picnic on May 18

Saturday, May 18th 11:00 am―2:00 pm Harbor Plaza Brought to you by Seward American Legion…

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“Who Will Write Our History” film

"Who Will Write Our History" Friday, May 10, 2019 7:00 PM KM Rae Building Seward…

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Library hosting used book sale

Used Book Sale Daily @ Seward Community Library Museum Open during library hours. 907 224…

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Alley Cats Race takes over Seward

Wednesday night, all the cats of Seward took over the alleys. The second annual Alley…

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Seward Community Foundation to honor Donors and Grant Awards

The Seward Community Foundation (SCF) will host the annual Donor Appreciation and Grant Award celebration…

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Wine by the Water on May 4

Exclusive Wine Tasting Fundraiser – Limited Tickets Sample and learn about wines paired with small…

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Mount Marathon Race adds online auction

There is a new way to get into the Mount Marathon Race! Six race bibs,…

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Park closes Exit Glacier Developed Area to snowmachines

Due to recent warm temperatures and snowmelt, Kenai Fjords National Park has closed the Exit…

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O’Brien named interim superintendent of schools

The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District voted unanimously to make Assistant Superintendent John O’Brien the…

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Meeeow: Alley Cats returns May 1

Everybody wants to be a cat, and come May 1, runners of all abilities and…

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Assembly approves supplemental funding for school district

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting was dominated by education funding Tuesday night, with the…

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Seward man arrested, two dead after Monday shooting

A Seward man has been arrested for murder after a confrontation and shooting on Monday…

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Borough assembly to meet in Seward tomorrow

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly will meet in Seward tomorrow, Tuesday April 16, with a…

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District looks into consolidating Seward schools, releases survey

In the face of budget cuts, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is looking at…

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Seward takes step toward more transparency

Seward City Council enacted an ordinance that allows public access to payroll information through public…

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Scholarship opportunity!

Are you a graduating senior with a library card? Then you have a chance to…

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Storytellers needed!

The fourth Seward Stories is looking for more storytellers! Come to the fourth Seward Stories…

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Seward chooses city manager

Seward City Council has unanimously decided to offer Erin Reinders the city’s helm. Reinders, who…

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Seward’s 2nd Annual Electronics Recycling Day

Save the date for Sustainable Seward's Electronics Recycling Event in Seward! We are again partnering…

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Seward Celebrates National Poetry Month

Seward is celebrating! Not only has April kicked off with amazing sunshine—it is National Poetry…

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Blithe Spirit to continue next weekend

Did you miss this weekend's production of Blithe Spirit, a comedy by Noel Coward? The…

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Mount Marathon Race registration closes Sunday

Those hoping to run the 92nd Mount Marathon Race, which will take them from 4th…

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Field renamed Ryan M. Lewis Memorial Field

Seward City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night renaming the Citizens Field to the Ryan…

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NPS accepting local hire apps for boat operator

Kenai Fjords National Park is accepting applications for a Small Craft Operator, WG-5786-09. The full-time,…

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Seward voters say yes to PERA

Seward voters have opted into Alaska’s Public Employment Relations Act with a vote of 164…

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Tsunami drill scheduled for March 27

On Wednesday, March 27 at approximately 10:30 AM, tsunami warning sirens will be activated in…

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Friday night at the movies

We hope that you all had a great spring break despite the uniquely Seward-esque weather!…

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National Park visitation tops 2.9 million in 2018

Visitation to national parks in Alaska exceeded 2.9 million recreation visits for 2018, the highest…

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So … what is PERA?

PERA — the acronym has been heard in city council chambers, plastered on street corners…

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Sustainable Seward join forces with local stores to transition away from plastic bags

As Seward approaches a city wide plastic bag ban later this year, a local environmental…

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Seward Pride Alliance Open House

Take some time this weekend to check out Seward Pride Alliance's new digs! The group…

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Seward Library news

UPCOMING CLOSURES Thurs, March 7 – Training/Work Day (first Thursday, Nov-May) Mon, March 25 –…

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March 1 Friday Night Movie

Wow - what a great weather-week we are having. I hope you all have had…

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Seward Stories: Late Nights

Earlier this month, we hosted our third Seward Stories event at the Yukon Bar! The…

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Ketchikan takes top prize at 22nd annual Tsunami Bowl

Seward once again welcomed high school students from across Alaska for the 22nd annual Alaska…

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Sword wielding man threatens woman in Seward

Police traced a late night 911 call to a house in Seward on Saturday, where…

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Seward skiers make trek for Tour of Tsalteshi

Seward skiers travelled to the other side of the peninsula and left their mark last…

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NPS local hire jobs now open

Kenai Fjords National Park has an assortment of local hire jobs now open for the…

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Educators speak out on school funding, contract issues

Kenai Peninsula educators are facing issues left and right. At an open meeting hosted by…

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One dead following Saturday boat fire

A man is dead following a fire on a sailboat in Seward Harbor Saturday morning.…

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Fundraiser registration for Lost Lake Run to open March 1

The Lost Lake Run is scheduled for Aug. 24, 2019! The 2018 Lost Lake Run…

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Trap Safety for Pet Owners in Seward

Just a few months ago my old dog, Bella, was caught in a trap on…

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Nordic ski team performs well at Homer Invite

The Seward Silvers Nordic Ski Team returned from Homer this weekend after a good performance…

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Library news

Upcoming Closures Mon, Feb 18 for President’s Day Thurs, March 7 for Training/Work Day Summer…

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Celebration of Life

Celebrate the life of Kim Dee Hughes on Saturday, Jan. 19 at 5:30 p.m. at…

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Seward Outdoor Store opens on 3rd Ave

Even with a retail space jampacked with outdoor gear, the owners of the Seward Outdoor…

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Seward Outdoor Store to celebrate opening Thursday

Join the Seward Adventure Store crew for light refreshments while exploring the new Seward Outdoor…

read more

Military Appreciation Picnic on May 18

Saturday, May 18th 11:00 am―2:00 pm Harbor Plaza Brought to you by Seward American Legion…

read more

“Who Will Write Our History” film

"Who Will Write Our History" Friday, May 10, 2019 7:00 PM KM Rae Building Seward…

read more

Library hosting used book sale

Used Book Sale Daily @ Seward Community Library Museum Open during library hours. 907 224…

read more

Alley Cats Race takes over Seward

Wednesday night, all the cats of Seward took over the alleys. The second annual Alley…

read more

Seward Community Foundation to honor Donors and Grant Awards

The Seward Community Foundation (SCF) will host the annual Donor Appreciation and Grant Award celebration…

read more

Wine by the Water on May 4

Exclusive Wine Tasting Fundraiser – Limited Tickets Sample and learn about wines paired with small…

read more

Mount Marathon Race adds online auction

There is a new way to get into the Mount Marathon Race! Six race bibs,…

read more

Park closes Exit Glacier Developed Area to snowmachines

Due to recent warm temperatures and snowmelt, Kenai Fjords National Park has closed the Exit…

read more

O’Brien named interim superintendent of schools

The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District voted unanimously to make Assistant Superintendent John O’Brien the…

read more

Meeeow: Alley Cats returns May 1

Everybody wants to be a cat, and come May 1, runners of all abilities and…

read more

Assembly approves supplemental funding for school district

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting was dominated by education funding Tuesday night, with the…

read more

Seward man arrested, two dead after Monday shooting

A Seward man has been arrested for murder after a confrontation and shooting on Monday…

read more

Borough assembly to meet in Seward tomorrow

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly will meet in Seward tomorrow, Tuesday April 16, with a…

read more

District looks into consolidating Seward schools, releases survey

In the face of budget cuts, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is looking at…

read more

Seward takes step toward more transparency

Seward City Council enacted an ordinance that allows public access to payroll information through public…

read more

Scholarship opportunity!

Are you a graduating senior with a library card? Then you have a chance to…

read more

Storytellers needed!

The fourth Seward Stories is looking for more storytellers! Come to the fourth Seward Stories…

read more

Seward chooses city manager

Seward City Council has unanimously decided to offer Erin Reinders the city’s helm. Reinders, who…

read more

Seward’s 2nd Annual Electronics Recycling Day

Save the date for Sustainable Seward's Electronics Recycling Event in Seward! We are again partnering…

read more

Seward Celebrates National Poetry Month

Seward is celebrating! Not only has April kicked off with amazing sunshine—it is National Poetry…

read more

Blithe Spirit to continue next weekend

Did you miss this weekend's production of Blithe Spirit, a comedy by Noel Coward? The…

read more

Mount Marathon Race registration closes Sunday

Those hoping to run the 92nd Mount Marathon Race, which will take them from 4th…

read more

Field renamed Ryan M. Lewis Memorial Field

Seward City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night renaming the Citizens Field to the Ryan…

read more
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