The Seward Phoenix Log - News of the Eastern Kenai Peninsula since 1966

 
Lowell Point Lagoon dredging bids opened, air testing to begin

Lowell Point Lagoon dredging bids opened, air testing to begin

Despite the airing of a Channel 2 news story about the Lowell Point lagoon this week, progress is being made to address the current smell and the underlying cause at the Lowell Point Lowell Point...

Bragging rights at stake in derby fishing

"Winning isn't everything," said fisherman Eric Johnson. "We're all fishing for bragging rights." Johnson's family is off to a good start if bragging rights is what they are after. His uncle, Jim...

Bear Creek Fire Department regroups, moves forward

Connie Bacon has officially been appointed the interim fire chief for the Bear Creek Volunteer Fire Department by Kenai Borough Mayor Mike Navarre. Bacon, who previously served as the administrative...

Out & About

Garage Sale The Senior Center will be holding a garage sale August 15, 1-5pm and 16. Drop off donations anytime. SeaLife Snippets Join us for the comic art exhibition Sealife Snippets, in the lobby of the Alaska SeaLife Center from Wednesday August...

Parks and Recreation wraps up summer, prepares for back-to-school

End of season competitive softball league tourney Seward Competitive Softball League finished last Sunday with an exciting championship game, with Tony's Pistols winning the championship. Vergeben...

Superintendant Atwater resigns, takes position with UAA

LOG Reports During an executive session with the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board of Education, Dr. Steve Atwater, KPBSD superintendent, tendered his resignation, effective December 1,...

Republican candidates tackle sockeye salmon spawning

Breached mine tailings dams be damned!As millions of Fraser River sockeye salmon head for spawning beds polluted by a brew of metal toxins oozing from the Mount Polley gold/copper mine disaster in British Columbia,Republican candidates vying for US...

Women legislators ignoring contraception facts

In a recent commentary released to Alaska media about oil taxes, eleven female Alaska state legislators claimed their bona fides as champions of the “best interests” of Alaskan children. However, ten of those eleven women have apparently...

Local historian releases long-awaited anthology of Seward stories

"There was a time when Seward was it," says local historian Doug Capra. "I don't think we are capitalizing on that history." Capra is passionate about history, but more important, he's passionate...