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A nice view of flowers with a mountain background near Seward. Photo by Thomas Moore.

Food trucks like these have been around Seward as part of the Food Network;s Great Food Truck Race.

Food trucks like these have been around Seward as part of the Food Network;s Great Food Truck Race.

A rainbow over the Seward Marine Industrial Complex. Photo by Kari Anderson.

In partnership with the Food Bank of Alaska, AVTEC students and the Seward Senior Center volunteer drivers, emergency home food delivery clients received a 10-pound bag of shelf stable food, including a goose size plastic egg filled with Easter candy. Photo courtesy Seward Senior Center.

The Alaska Railroad coal tower sits idle in the background looking from the waterfront trail toward the harbor.

The park bench along the waterfront trail is always a nice place to enjoy the views of Resurrection Bay.

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The Marathon Wrestling club raised about $7,500 at a fundraiser held at the American Legion Post Saturday night. Some of the items auctioned are shown here. Photo courtesy American Legion Post.

The Seward Music and Arts Festival kicked off Friday at the cruise ship terminal and featured a visit from a few party animals. The festival runs through Sunday.

People explore the tidal basin along the waterfront at low tide on a beautiful day in Seward. Photo by Thomas Moore.

Seward American Legion Post #5 honored those buried in the Legion cemetery – and all American service members who fell in the line of duty – at a Memorial Day ceremony Monday morning. The day before, Legion volunteers put out flags, crosses and poppy flowers, a symbol of sacrifice adopted in…

Service members participating in the 2019 Combat Fishing Tournament relax before their dinner and award ceremony. Who caught the biggest fish? Which boat had the biggest fish? They will know soon.

Over 200 members of the armed forces converged on Seward Wednesday for the 13th annual Armed Services Combat Fishing Tournament, sponsored by the Armed Services YMCA with help from local charter operators, veteran's organizations and other businesses.

The Seward Journal congratulates the Seward High School Class of 2019, which celebrated graduation Monday, May 20. Best of luck, grads!

The USS Henry J. Kaiser made port in Seward on Thursday, May 16, as the US Navy and Air Force kicked off Northern Edge, a military exercise taking place partly in the Gulf of Alaska.

Athletes from Seward High School's sports teams dispersed around Seward on Wednesday to lend a hand. Students cleaned up graffiti at the highway underpass, prepared garden beds at Seward Mountain Haven, and cleaned up at churches and cemeteries as part of the second Seahawk Day of Caring.

Dozens of children scoured the Alaska SeaLife Center for Easter eggs on Saturday in a madcap dash for candies and prizes. Here Bree Dodson and her children Livia, left, and Ryder enjoy their hard-earned desserts.

Sons and grandsons Rory, Eric, Kevin, Curtis, Dawson, Sean and Ryan bear the body of Willard Dunham out of a memorial service held in his honor at the Alaska SeaLife Center on March 9.

Deana Zachgo captured this boat as it was leaving Seward as the sun begins to appear over the mountains.