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The need to rebuild the city’s existing animal shelter was first identified by the city in its 1999 strategic plan.
The council voiced their unanimous support for Janette Bower on Monday
The exhibit has been in development since 2017
The council considered seven applications before selecting finalists
Shoppers may submit as many receipts as is necessary to reach $200.
Testing will be conducted throughout December
The beloved school activities bus driver died on Dec. 3 from COVID-19 complications.
Dale Butts resigned in August
The flood watch is in effect for Seward and Bear Creek through Sunday afternoon.
Silver Salmon Derby pushes forward despite pandemic
The outbreak was identified when an employee at OBI Seafoods tested positive on Sunday.
The aquarium is expecting a decline in visitor revenue of nearly 70% this year.
The center had been operating on a limited, reservation-only basis.
The 2-week-old otter pup was found on a beach surrounded by birds with snowballs embedded in his fur
A decision in a long-fought court case between the cruise industry and Juneau could have local ramifications for Seward, Homer and other cruise ports in… Continue reading
The United States Coast Guard is taking charge of cleaning up fuel released in the Seward Harbor after the F/V Nordic Viking sank last Sunday.… Continue reading
A fishing vessel in the Seward Harbor has leaked an unknown amount of marine diesel and other petroleum products after sinking Sunday. The F/V Nordic… Continue reading
After over a month spent docked in Seward, the R/V Sikuliaq set sail last Wednesday. The vibrant blue-hulled, 261-foot oceanographic research vessel left on a… Continue reading
As of Saturday morning, the eastern Kenai Peninsula has a retail cannabis shop. Just a half hour after opening the doors, the employees of Good… Continue reading
The city of Seward is looking to emulate the Alaska SeaLife Center and heat city buildings using seawater from Resurrection Bay. With the approval of… Continue reading