Full Time Property Manager Position Available w/ Seward Properties Busy property management/ real estate business hiring for property manager position. Start date is flexible but preferably around June 1, 2018. Job will be part-time for June, and full-time by July 1, 2018. Responsibilities will include acting as property manager for […]
By Laine Welch- Lower Salmon Harvest Expected for 2018 Alaska is expecting a reduced salmon harvest this year, setting up a trifecta of falling fish revenues for Alaska fishermen, coastal communities and state coffers. Coming on the heels of an 80 percent crash of cod stocks in the Gulf of […]
AK Seafood Grill (located at 1321 4th Ave, in the small boat harbor) is holding a fundraiser for Marathon Wrestling Club! Come see us at the grill on March 27 and support Marathon Miners Wrestling Club, 50% of the sales from 4pm to 9pm that night will be donated to […]
Editor’s Note: This article on Opportunity Zones has been edited slightly for content before publication. by Curtis W. Thayer- While we’ve heard quite a bit about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, it’s possible that you didn’t hear about one section that may prove to be one of the […]
by Laine Welch- Get Ugly “It’s what’s on the inside that counts” is the message Alaska crab marketers are pushing to encourage their customers to put appearances aside. “We’re telling them to Get Ugly,” said Tyson Fick, executive director of the trade group, Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers, speaking of the new […]
Whale watching season is near. The Gray whales are inbound on their annual migration, and Major Marine Tours will start daily departures March 16 through May 13. Visit this link for more information: https://majormarine.com/tour/gray-whale-watching-cruise/
Dear Readers, Steve and Sarah Fink, owners of Seward City News, are seeking to sell this website due to family circumstances and other opportunities. This is a turn key website, profitable by a wide margin and an important community resource. We are looking to find the right person who loves […]
(JUNEAU, February 16, 2018) – John Binkley, president of Cruise Lines International Association Alaska (CLIA Alaska), said the Alaska cruise industry will see unprecedented growth over the next two years. “Alaska will continue to set records the next two years, with an anticipated cruise visitor growth of 19 percent over 2017. […]
The following is the text of a letter from Adam Beck, Vigor Executive Vice President of Ship Repair, to Seward City Manager Jim Hunt. January 25, 2018 Dear Mr. Hunt: I am writing to provide notice that due to changes in the marine industry in Alaska and the effect on […]
by Laine Welch- Alaska Seafood “On Trend” with the Nation’s Peak Spenders Millennials are now the nation’s “peak spenders” and they are gravitating towards healthier eating which favors more seafood. “We see year over year that there is this cohort aged 35 to 54 that is going to be spending […]
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The UAA Business Enterprise Institute is hosting two free workshops in Seward. The February 7 workshop will cover starting your own business. The February 8 workshop will focus on improving existing businesses. Please note the following PDF has two pages. When the cursor is above the document, an option to […]
By Tom Barrett President, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company- In 2017, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company marked 40 years of operating the Trans Alaska Pipeline System. And thanks to strong efforts by North Slope producers, 2017 also marked the second annual increase in TAPS throughput since 2002. Every new year brings new […]