Glacier Family Medicine Clinic is accepting applications for a front desk receptionist. Applicants must have good communication skills and be able to interact with people in a courteous and professional manner. A full job description is available on request. Salary is $15.00/hour + DOE. Please contact Theresa at 907 224 […]
The body of James Woods, age 58 of Wasilla, was discovered 0n August 22nd, 2016 near the Polar Seafoods Processing Plant in Seward. Alaska State Troopers Spokesperson Megan Peters confirmed that the death is being investigated as a homicide. No additional information, including cause of death, was available. While Anchorage, just […]
Press release from Megan Peters, spokesperson for the Alaska State Troopers: Peters: “On 08/22/16, the Seward Police Department responded to the report of a deceased male near the Polar Seafoods processing plant. Initial investigation revealed James Woods, 58 of Wasilla, was deceased inside a vehicle registered to him. The next-of-kin […]
The 2016-17 influenza vaccine (flu shot) has arrived at Glacier Family Medicine Clinic. Call (907) 224 8733 to schedule your flu vaccine.
The past several days of rain has produced some minor flooding along the road to the waste transfer station. The shoulders have washed out, so vehicles should drive carefully through this area, or better yet, avoid it if possible. If a few days of rain is already causing flooding issues, […]
Glacier Family Medicine is pleased to offer its August back to school /sports physicals for $35.00. This is the 15th year that Glacier Family has offered this special! Please call Glacier Family Medicine at 907 224 8733 to schedule an appointment. Special price is valid from August 1st until August 31st, […]
Apparently AT&T is having an issue with switching AT&T cell phone calls to Seward GCI service. This has been resulting in numbers dialed just ringing and ringing with out voice mail or answering machine coming on. AT&T is aware of this issue and is working on it. There is not […]
Brent A. Ursel PA-C In the United States, breast cancer is a leading cause of death among women. Every year, 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 40,000 will die. For years, the message was drummed into women: MAMMOGRAMS SAVE LIVES. Stay safe; have a screening mammogram between […]
Sheri Stern died early this morning at home (Wed 9/30/2015) surrounded by her loving family.
There will be spaghetti feed and silent auction on October 9th, 2015, 5:30 PM at the Breeze Inn for Sheri Stern, long time Seward Resident and employee at Safeway. All proceeds will be used in Sheri’s fight against cancer. There are also donation cans at Safeway.
The Seward Hwy is closed at the Portage turnoff until approximately 8 PM this evening after a major accident with injuries and a fatality involving a tour bus.
Location: Seward Case number: AK15059842 Type: Attempted Suicide. Author: HMHO Text: On 7-27-2015 at 1658 hours, AST in Crown Point was dispatched to Spring Creek Correctional Center (SCCC) in Seward for a report of a 31 yoa female who was at the perimeter of SCCC with a gun. The female […]
Brentinseward The City of Seward Electric Department had a planned power outage Thursday morning from 9:30 until approximately 10:30 to allow safe transportation of two large buildings from the Seward Rec Camp to the Questa Woods area. The first building went down the road with out any problems. However, the second building experienced equipment […]
John Tyler Bryce (April 29, 1998 – May 26, 2015) Send Flowers Send Sympathy Card Guest Book | Sign Guest Book | Send Private Condolences John Tyler Bryce aka Jack Henry Hauenstein age 17 of Ward passed away May 26, 2015. He was born April 29, 1998 in Anchorage, Alaska […]
The 2015 Seward Little League season got underway on Sunday, April 26th, under semi-sunny skies. Seward Elementary School Principal David Kingsland threw out the opening pitch to usher in the start of the season. Many returning youth along with numerous experienced players participated in the four basic skill stations-batting, catching, […]
By Brent Ursel – Rumors. Let’s face it, they tend to run rampant in a small town. The juicier the better. And really, who hasn’t passed on some information that they heard from a “reliable source.” Some rumors have just enough truth to them to seem plausible: “Did you hear that […]
by Brent A. Ursel PA-C Everyone knows that Disneyland is the happiest place on earth and any child can name numerous Disney characters. Unfortunately, Disneyland is now becoming known for something not fun or magic at all-measles. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease control) 68 California residents, 3 Utah residents, […]
By Brent Ursel PA-C – A new test for colon cancer has recently been approved by the FDA and has been made available this week. Previously, to be screened for colon cancer involved having a colonoscopy or flexible sigmoidoscopy. This test would require going to Anchorage or Soldotna, taking laxatives a day […]
Brent Ursel PA-C – Ebola has been in the news a lot. Planes have been diverted because someone gets air sick. A teacher in Maine is put on leave for 21 days just because she attended a conference in Dallas. Some people are afraid to even travel through the Dallas Fort […]