Here in Alaska we are free of many pests common to warmer climates, but as with all things in life, change is inevitable. Cockroaches are becoming a bit more widespread and so what is a person to do? We can learn about pest lifecycles, how to avoid introduction, detection and more with a FREE publication from your local Cooperative Extension […]
I want to start by saying, no matter who you are and what your past has dealt you, you are an amazing individual and you deserve everything that you desire. My personal experience with domestic violence was all verbal. That does not mean that it was not abuse. My self esteem was at rock bottom from being told horrible things, […]
By Doreen Lorenz Click link for FOX Alaska News story on Kirsten: Dog Attack Victim tries to increase Public Safety ANCHORAGE, Ak– Earlier this month a dog attacked a Kenai Peninusla resident. Here in Anchorage we have animal control with rules and regulations and same goes for the city of Seward, but for a lot of places outside city limits […]
There has been a clarification in the marijuana legalization forum scheduled for Thursday, October 30, at 7PM at the Seward Community Library. Kristina Woolston will speak in Opposition of Ballot Measure 2 in place of Tom Tougas. In opposition of Ballot Measure No. 2: Kristina Woolston: “Kristina Woolston was raised in the southwest village of Naknek where she grew up commercial fishing with her […]
Yolanda Ifflander RN and Emily Mechtenberg RN will be providing a MFA/CPR class on Friday 10/31/14 from 10:30-2:30pm. This class will be held at Seward Elementary. We encourage babysitting-age kids and any community member interested in getting MFA/CPR certification for a bargain price of $12.00. Call us at 224-7574 to reserve your spot.
Image Courtesy of ZingerBug.com By Katie Cornwell – When I was in my mid-20’s I was in an abusive relationship. It was not the stereotypical abuse that most people associate with domestic violence. It is what I imagine takes place more often in relationships and is rarely defined as domestic violence. This is my story. I had just graduated college, […]
A documentary about the Mount Marathon Race titled “3,022 ft.” is in post-production and is targeting Spring 2015 for release. The movie focuses on the 2014 event and is being is being crowd funded, although it is well short of its goal. For more information watch the trailer above, visit their campaign page here or visit their web site at 3022ft.com .
By Dawn McDevitt, DVSA Coordinator at SeaView Community Services – There has been a lot of media coverage about domestic violence since the release of the Ray Rice video in which he punched his then fiancé, Janay Palmer, in the face. It seems no matter what you turn on; from sports channels to talk shows, both local and national news […]
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 Worth Airport for fear of contracting Ebola. All of this […]
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – The Seward City Council often refuses to take stands on controversial state ballot measures, but last night it passed a resolution by a 5-2 vote voicing its opposition to passage of Ballot Measure 2, the initiative legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in Alaska, and urging voters to do the same. The vote was […]
Saturday, October 18th is the second annual Seward Seahawk Spirit Scamper. If you like to run/walk, want to support Seward High School Activities and get covered with green and gold in the process, then this is the event for you!! The Scamper will follow the same route as last year from in front of the Alaska Sealife Center down 4th […]
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – Seward, AK – Seward’s middle school and high school students and their teachers, all of AVTEC’s students and staff, and 18 other community members were trained as suicide prevention “gatekeepers” using the QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) method, established by Dr. Paul Quinnett, and promoted by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. Some 500 […]
The Back-to-School Healthy Campaign, hosted by Seward Community Health Center (SCHC), is a collaborative effort of community organizations, businesses, and practitioners coming together to ensure a brighter, safer, healthier future for our children. With this campaign, SCHC provided over 400 backpacks to each child at the Seward Elementary and Middle Schools. A variety of purple, yellow, red and blue […]
Free teleconference: 9:00 am – 10:00 am, Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Join Dr. Linda Birnbaum, Director of National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and National Toxicology Program (NTP) for an update on NIEHS priorities, challenges, and current initiatives and to hear her reflections on her recent visit to Alaska communities. Dr. Birnbaum traveled to St. Lawrence Island and other […]
The community of Seward, Alaska and a wide variety of friends and family from across the nation are pulling together to support Allen King (One Shot Photography) who was recently diagnosed with mouth, throat and tonsil cancer. Allen has given tirelessly to the Seward Community. He is active in the Seward Chamber, The Port City Players, Imagination Library, The Seward Arts Council, The […]
Jennifer Pharr Davis NPR interview – Jennifer Pharr Davis will be in Seward on Tuesday September 9, 2014. Mid day on Tuesday, Jennifer Pharr Davis will be doing a presentation for the high school students in the auditorium, in the evening starting at 6:30pm in the community room at the library museum. This event is co-sponsored by the Seward Arts Council […]
When my son Gabe started laughing at his phone, and explained that he had dumped a cold bucket of water over his head and called out his college buddies to take the A.L.S. challenge, I didn’t know what to think. What does dumping ice-water on your head have to do with the horrifying experience that my poor mother went through, […]
Seward City News captured a few pictures during this year’s Lost Lake Run and has published some of the better ones below. Images by Steve and Sarah Fink. The 2014 race results are provided by Skinny Raven Sports of Anchorage: http://results.chronotrack.com/event/results/event/event-5304?lc=en Also donations to fund Cystic Fibrosis research are always being accepted through lostlakerun.com .
September 3, 2014 3-7pm in the Community Room at the Seward Community Library Free to the PublicServices Supporting Seward Families … *Doula Services *Birthing Classes *WIC *Infant CPR *Breastfeeding Information *Car Seat Safety *Infant Learning Program *International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE) Information Supporting Alaska’s Future… GET CONNECTED!