Many of you may not know that in recent news Lisa Murkowski, as well as Susan Collins and John McCain, voted no on repealing the ACA. You may be wondering what the ACA is or you may already know. For those who don’t know, the ACA is the Affordable Care […]
Seward Archery League New dates! Fall Session: Nov 8 – Nov 29 at the Alaska Railroad Terminal. Grab your bow & arrows and come down to the Alaska Railroad Terminal for target practice and to compete with other archers. It’s $5 to drop-in or $20 for the whole Fall league. Bring your […]
It’s November, and many of us are trickling back to the grocery store for produce. I’d like to share some tips about making the best of what’s available in wintertime Alaska. The Dirty Dozen™ and the Clean Fifteen™ Let’s say you want to avoid exposing yourself, farm workers, and the […]
This year’s Open Enrollment runs from November 1 – December 15, 2017. Health insurance plans sold during Open Enrollment start January 1, 2018. After December 15, you can enroll in 2018 health insurance only if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. Staff at Seward Community Health Center can help […]
The Seward Pool is offering water exercise starting Nov. 7. It will be on Tue & Thurs , 6 – 7 pm. Cost is $5 for Adults, $ 4 for Seniors or use your punch card. This class is for non- swimmers, swimmers, people needing rehab, x training, young and old, any sex. […]
Sports & Recreation Schedule at the AVTEC Gym (519 4th Ave) Open Tue – Fri 9:30am to 9pm, Sat 10am to 6pm Sauna is open Tue & Thu from 7 to 9pm. Men 7pm, Women 8pm Women’s Racquetball Challenge: Thursdays 4 to 6pm Wallyball: Thursdays @ 6:30pm Pickle ball Fridays: 5 – 6:30pm Open Volleyball: Fridays 6:30 to 8pm Racquetball Challenge […]
By Dr. Roscoe Van Camp, MD at Seward Community Health Center- Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) usually appear during the colder months of fall and winter, when there is less exposure to sunlight during the day. Depression symptoms can be mild to moderate, but can become severe. Those who work long […]
Remember tomorrow, Tuesday October 24, is Wear Purple Day for all of Seward for Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Please spread the word so that we can show all those who have been touched by domestic violence that we, as a community, stand solid against violence! Also, if you would like […]
by Kelley Lane for Seward City News- On Tuesday night, Seward will host a Town Hall about opioids. The meeting will take place at the High School, with a panel of experts. The event is being hosted and paid for by Seward Prevention Coalition, in collaboration with its many supporters. […]
Seaview Community Services is pleased to welcome Giovanna Atkins as its new Behavioral Health Directing Clinician. Born and raised in Palo Alto, California, Giovanna and her husband escaped the big city and have lived in Alaska for the past seven years. Giovanna received her Master’s Degree in Social Work in […]
Station tours, free food, fire safety activities for kids and adults, AND live fire demonstrations at 1:00 and 2:00 pm!
FREE flu shots – no appointment needed!
by Colin Atkinson, PT, DPT, at Advanced Physical Therapy in Seward- As a new face around town, I am often asked what brought me to Seward. The short answer is that one of my graduate school professors looked me in the eye the week before graduation and said, “if I […]
Homer, AK – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded $13.4 Million this year to 52 recipients across the country including $403,000 to Alaska’s Cook Inletkeeper, a community-based non-profit organization and major recipient of USDA’s 2017 Farmer’s Market Outreach Program (FMPP). “It’s an amazing step forward for local […]
SeaView Services is happy to announce that Jill Cross will be our new Behavioral Health Directing Clinician and Sara Dietrich will be our new DVSA Program Manager. Jill Cross, Behavioral Health Directing Clinician Born and raised in Fairbanks, Jill is an Alaskan who needed to explore the world before coming […]