New Biz in Town… Creationz!

by Jenny Chissus

IMG_3691Seldovia welcomes a beautiful new, and definitely bright pink store to town!  Tiffany Haller, a graduate of Susan B. English School, and wife of Shad Haller – our Chief of Police, wanted to have a place in town where she and her fellow crafters could display and sell their wares!

121204 Creationz MapThe new business, Creationz is located at 248 Lipke Lane – next to the Seldovia Medical Clinic and across the street from Dean Lent’s home.  You will often see the police vehicle parked outside – as the Hallers reside above the store!

IMG_3681When Tiffany went to school in Seldovia, there used to be a store/gathering place called “Synergy” where the local crafters could gather and make their local art available to locals and visitors alike and she wanted to bring that back!

Tiffany loves to create beauty out of the ordinary, such as her Altoids tin photo books, CD picture albums, wine cork and wooden spool ornaments – and she has outdone herself recreating a boring basement space into an inviting and cheerful haven of happiness, just in time Continue reading

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SVT Calendar for December

by SVT

Please click on the image below to view full size!
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Thriving Thursdays – What is Candida Yeast?

by Seldovia Village Tribe – Health and Wellness Center
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Sea Otter Community Center’s December Calendar

by Damara Burnett

SOCC December Calendar 2012

December’s Monthly Mystery

by The Seldovia Museum

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Seldovia, Alaska – Northwest of Oklahoma

by Betty Jane Pollard

BettyJane_20120912_133742-1Greetings from Idabel, Oklahoma.  I recently returned home from your lovely town in September of this year.  My husband, Donnie, along with me and our two friends, Jimmie Wade and Martha Tucker flew to Seldovia from Homer.  Our host, Ted Stallings, flew us over to meet his wife, Patty, and begin our relaxing stay at their beautiful home.

You have many gorgeous sights to see, as I am sure everyone tells you.  However, I would like to share a most memorable walk through your city.  After deep sea fishing on Tuesday, I chose to experience the atmosphere of small town Alaska.  I walked around with a smile on my face made possible by your friendly citizens. Sure enough, my hamburger and fries at the local diner were very tasty.  I met a Continue reading

Clarifying the Anadromous Fish Task Force Facilitator’s Role

NEWS RELEASE
November 28, 2012
For Immediate Release:

Contact: Fred Braun
E-Mail: brauncom@ptialaska.com
C. 907-252-8375
Or: Stacy Oliva
E-Mail:stacy@ljalaska.com
H: 907-776-8656 wk/hm
C: 907-252-1600

A resolution was filed with the Borough Clerk today to clarify the role of Facilitator of the Anadromous Fish Task Force meetings.  This resolution is necessary to insure that the Task Force’s recommendations are truly independent and not influenced by the Borough administration. This Task Force was created by the Borough Mayor to provide public comments and recommendations regarding Kenai Peninsula Borough (KPB) Ordinance 2011-12.  This ordinance zoned the first 50 feet of property adjacent to all streams, lakes and other water bodies on the Kenai Peninsula, Kalgin Island and west side of Cook Inlet that were not previously named to Borough Code 21.18.

Soldotna, Alaska (November 28, 2012) – Task Force member Fred Braun filed a resolution today with the Borough Clerk that if adopted by the Task force, will clarify the role of Facilitator.

“The task Force meetings need to be open, transparent and unbiased,” according to member, Fred Braun. “This resolution is intended to keep the Continue reading