The winter is unquestionably over which means that…. It is time for another year of Seward Little League! The Kickoff and Registration Event will be at 1 PM THIS SUNDAY April 27th at the Little League Field on 4th Avenue For 2014, we will be sponsoring Co-Ed teams in the T-Ball, Minor League, and Major League Divisions. This is an opportunity […]
CALLING ALL STUDENTS OF BABYSITTING AGE IN SEWARD!!! Opportunity for Pediatric & Adult CPR/First Aid Certification When: Wednesday, April 16, from 1:45-5:45 Where: Seward Middle School PD Room Cost & Type: $10 for a 2-year Medic First Aid Certification To register, call Nurse Emily at 907-224-7574
Heidi Zemach for SCN – A group of 30 men and women marched down Fourth Avenue, Seward’s main downtown street late Thursday afternoon, March 27th to support the cause of ending the epidemic of domestic violence and sexual assault in Alaska. These annual “Choose Respect” march and rallies that happen across the state are sponsored and promoted by Alaska […]
Lost Lake Run, Registration Opens at 6 AM, April 1, 2014 Tomorrow morning at 6 am Alaska Time the Lost Lake Run will be open for registration. Please take a moment to read the following announcements as the registration process has changed this year. New Website, Different Registration Form With much thanks to Ms. Natalie Osborne of Wonderbuild.com. we have a new website this […]
I ve been asked by the folks at epicurious.com to help spread the word about the 2014 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge. This was the recipe contest for kids that Rowan and I took part in last summer. It was an unbelievable experience. If the ideas of eating and cooking healthy foods for kids wasn’t enough, the first lady hosted a state […]
Heidi Zemach for SCN – Glance through a month or two of daily Seward Police Journals, and you will find numerous reports of domestic violence and sexual assault in the community. Many other incidents are never reported. Do you ever wonder if you are were sexually assaulted, or beaten up by your partner and made to live in fear, where […]
Thank you everyone in Seward who has taken an interest and generously helped out with the Fukushima Project. The project has received a lot of attention and interest about the well being of Resurrection Bay. So far, over half of the funding necessary has been raised for the proposed water sampling analysis. In addition, several new Alaska communities have decided […]
SEWARD, Alaska – By Heidi Zemach for Seward City News – Bob Linville was a commercial fisherman at the time of the March 24 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill. He fished various places and setnetted in the bays of Prince William Sound. The oil spill, and its futile cleanup efforts left deep scars that forever changed the marine ecosystem, which […]
We are very excited to announce that Dr. Jo Lynn Hawthone will be offering OB/GYN services to the residents of Seward, Moose Pass, and Cooper Landing two days a month, beginning April 9th. And to answer the big question that everyone will ask-NO, she will not be delivering any babies in Seward. However, women are welcome to have their deliveries […]
Seward CHC Press Release Seward Community Health Center’s Board of Director’s would like to announce the appointment of Patrick Linton from Kamuel, HI, as their new Executive Director. Linton has a MS degree in Hospital and Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota and most recently served as the CEO for the Hamakua Health Center in HI. Mr. Linton has […]
By Heidi Zemach for Seward City News – The Seward City Council’s regular Monday meeting March 10th, was interesting in that we heard about the difficult working conditions in which the city finance department finds itself, without working software and lacking experienced staff. We also learned more about the latest finances of Providence Seward Medical & Care Center, and briefly […]
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – The new Community Health Clinic, (CHC) opens its doors in Seward Monday, March 10th, in the Providence Seward Medical & Care Center building, exactly where the former clinic was. Patients who spoke with Sharon Montagnino, the CHC board and clinic interim executive director at a meet and greet Thursday evening were saddened to learn […]
Seward Community Health Center will be holding an informational night on Thursday, March 6 from 6 to 7 pm in the waiting room at the Health Center site. This opportunity is for all new patients to have questions answered about services, making appointments and how to register for the discount fee program.
A report from the American Geophysical Union, Ocean Sciences Section, was released earlier this week. Current findings show that water-borne plume of “radiation from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear disaster may reach the U.S. West Coast within weeks”. The cesium-134 laced fallout has steadily made its way across the Pacific Ocean via the Kuroshio current. Once it reaches North America, the plume […]
Need Public Assistance? Food Stamps Medicaid Adult Public Assistance Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) General Relief Native Assistance Heating Assistance Applications available at the Qutekcak Native Tribe Interviews available for native and non-native applicants No wait time, walk-Ins welcome Contact: Mariah Johnson, Fee Agent Qutekcak Native Tribe P.O Box 1467 Seward, AK. 99664 907-224-3118 […]
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – Thirty-nine faculty and staff members from AVTEC-Alaska’s Institute of Technology, and three others from SeaView Community Services and the Seward Boys & Girls Club attended a QPR Gatekeeper Training suicide prevention training at AVTEC last week during in-services. The class was provided by the UAA Center for Human Development’s Training Coordinator Eric Boyer, using […]
SEWARD, Alaska – PRESS RELEASE from the Seward Community Health Center February 18, 2014 After more than three years of work by the community, the Seward Community Health Center (SCHC) will become a reality next month. The Seward CHC is working diligently to prepare for opening its doors on Monday, March 10th. Many details will be taken care of in […]
The Resurrection Bay Garden Club gives thanks to UAF Cooperative Extension Agent Lydia Clayton for her terrific talk on soil and the publications she provided! Almost two dozen participants learned a great deal about soil structure, nutrient and microorganism needs, soil testing and much more. The seed swap that followed was marvelous – thousands of seeds were up for grabs, […]
Glacier Family Medicine Clinic will offer additional appointment slots beginning Monday Feb 17th-Friday Feb 28th to help ease the burden on those requiring health care while the transition from Providence Seward Family Practice Clinic to the new Seward Community Health Center is being undertaken and the Providence outpatient clinic will be closed. The GFMC staff will endeavor to do their absolute best to […]
Heidi Zemach for SCN - The Seward City Council took the first step toward addressing the many deferred-maintenance problems at the city’s aging sewage lagoon at Lowell Point by transferring 500 thousand dollars from its Water Enterprise Fund to the Wastewater Enterprise fund, and appropriating those funds toward future mitigation efforts yet to be named. At Monday night’s Feb 10th […]
American Red Cross of Alaska Shelter Operations Training will be held Saturday, Feb 8th 9am-5pm at the K.M. Rae Building. Sheltering operations includes, shelter fundamentals and shelter management. These classes compliment KPB CERT training and are given at no cost. This training is open to the public. Please rsvp to Alex Fontey, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter Composting with Worms Composting in the winter is no fun! The weekly long, slow trudge out to the compost pile at 20 F below isn’t even an Alaskan’s idea of a good time. Fortunately there is an easy, fun alternative for composting during the Alaskan winter: Vermicomposting! Vermicomposting is the feeding of kitchen food scraps to worms. In addition […]
Peninsula Community Health Services of Alaska will be in Seward on Wed. Jan 22nd at the Library from 1 pm to 4 pm. We look forward to seeing you there.
Please join the Seward Prevention Coalition, on January 29th at the Seward Middle School, for their Third Annual Town Hall Meeting. This year’s meeting is centered around Community Action to Prevent Underage Drinking & Drug Use. Everyone in the community is welcome to attend. The event starts at 5:30pm with a FREE Spaghetti Dinner hosted by the Native Youth Olympic Students and dessert […]
Jumpers, Seward Firefighters, Alaska SeaLife Center divers, Harbor staff and Polar Bear Jump Volunteers brace themselves against the rain during the 29th annual Polar Bear Jump held earlier today in efforts to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Some jumpers took the plunge in lively costumes while others distinguished themselves with their unique twists, turns, somersaults, and flops as […]
Seward Elementary School is proud to partner with the American Heart Association for its annual Jump Rope for Heart event. Please help a school child raise funds for this awesome jump-roping marathon that betters the lives of all of us! If you need more information, please contact Mrs. Ray at Seward Elementary School (907-224-3356).