Health Section

Outstanding Citizen Community Service Award given to Nurse Cheri Dreiling

Outstanding Citizen Community Service Award given to Nurse Cheri Dreiling

At the March 24 Regular SeaTac City Council Meeting, the Kent Fire Department RFA presented the Outstanding Citizen Community Service Award to recognize individuals who make an extraordinary contribution... [Read more]

‘Lucky Shot’ basketball tournament will be Saturday, March 14 at Matt Griffin YMCA

‘Lucky Shot’ basketball tournament will be Saturday, March 14 at Matt Griffin YMCA

Advertiser Matt Griffin YMCA will be holding its 3rd Annual Lucky Shot Tournament on March 14, starting at 10 a.m. This is a 3-on-3 tournament for ballers 16 years and older. Cost is $50 per 3-person... [Read more]

‘Winter Break Fun’ runs Feb. 16–17 at Advertiser Matt Griffin YMCA

‘Winter Break Fun’ runs Feb. 16–17 at Advertiser Matt Griffin YMCA

‘Winter Break Fun’ runs from Feb. 16 & 17, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Advertiser Matt Griffin YMCA in SeaTac. “Schools Out! Need plans for your child during the February Winter Break?... [Read more]

Blood Drive is Monday, Feb. 16 at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

Blood Drive is Monday, Feb. 16 at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church

Blood drive: Monday, February 16th 2015 PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN 19030 8th Avenue S, SeaTac WA 98148 Fellowship Hall 12:30 pm to 6:30 pm (closed 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm) THIS IS A WALK-IN BLOOD DRIVE. ... [Read more]

Disneyland Measles case traveled through Sea-Tac Airport

Disneyland Measles case traveled through Sea-Tac Airport

Public Health – Seattle & King County reported on Friday (Jan. 9) that a person with measles traveled to Sea-Tac Airport and visited several public areas in King and Snohomish counties while contagious. “Most... [Read more]

Carbon monoxide alarm system does its job at SeaTac hotel

Carbon monoxide alarm system does its job at SeaTac hotel

A recently-installed carbon monoxide alarm system at the Radisson Hotel in the 18100 block of International Boulevard in SeaTac did exactly what it was designed to do when it activated and warned hotel... [Read more]

Feet First holding ‘Walk & Talk’ at Angle Lake Station on Saturday, Oct. 11

Feet First holding ‘Walk & Talk’ at Angle Lake Station on Saturday, Oct. 11

Feet First will be holding a ‘Walk & Talk’ at the Angle Lake Station on Saturday, Oct. 11, from 10 a.m. – Noon. The walk will start at Angle Lake Park with opening remarks from SeaTac... [Read more]

Walk-In Blood Drive at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Monday, Sept. 29

Walk-In Blood Drive at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church Monday, Sept. 29

A Walk-In Blood Drive will be held Monday, Sept 29 from 12:30 – 6:30 p.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located at 19030 8th Avenue South in SeaTac. The drive will take place at Fellowship Hall,... [Read more]

Help your neighbors during Saturday’s ‘Mayors’ Day of Concern for the Hungry’

Help your neighbors during Saturday’s ‘Mayors’ Day of Concern for the Hungry’

The City of Seatac is supporting the “Mayors’ Day of Concern for the Hungry this Saturday, Sept. 27. “Our City and neighboring communities have a high percentage of individuals and families... [Read more]

Got drugs? Take-Back Day will be at SeaTac City Hall on Saturday, Sept. 27

Got drugs? Take-Back Day will be at SeaTac City Hall on Saturday, Sept. 27

The DEA National Pharmaceutical Take-Back Day will be held at SeaTac City Hall on Saturday, Sept. 27. The Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and participating local law enforcement are coordinating... [Read more]