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Open for Business - Oct. 10, 2013

In the fall, the four winds converge on Resurrection Bay to wash away the memories of summer and replace them with the anticipation of winter. Every year, visitors arrive in the area with the...

 

Open for business - Oct. 3, 2013

The morning air is crisp and the sun rises a little later each day upon the storefronts of Seward merchants. The crowds of the summer have subsided to the colors of fall and the challenges of...

 

Open for business - Sept. 19, 2013

One way to encourage a focus on repeat business by local customers is by encouraging the use of gifts cards. Finding ways to get gift cards and coupons into the pockets of travellers promotes Seward...

 

White Sails in the Sunset

There are still sailing days left on the calendar, but the celebrants at Sailing Inc. called an end to summer Sunday with a celebration of the season past. Live music, refreshments and a taco bar...

 

Eddy's 11th Annual Car Show employs 'The Force'

The 11th annual Eddy’s Car Show, a rain or shine event, got off to a slow start with Saturday’s morning drizzle, but as contestants and oglers drifted into the Bear Creek RV Park, the weather...

 

Red's extends burger season

The new owners of Red’s Burgers stand, at the corner of Seward Highway and 302 Van Buren St., had a good first season this summer thanks to the sunny weather, changes in the menu and cooks, and...

 

Open for business - Sept. 5, 2013

As far as the Seward business calendar goes, spring seems to fade in slowly until it suddenly erupts in full bloom. In contrast, September is somewhat more consistent, more in line with the sense of...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    August 29, 2013

Open for business - Aug. 29, 2013

First Friday has been a vivid success, painting a picture of Seward’s creative community and bringing visitors and local patrons into shops around town. With the participation of local business,...

 

Open for business - Aug. 22, 2013

The contests and crowds of the summer subside to the colors of fall and the challenges of readying for Seward’s other season. Seward was founded in this part of the year and almost immediately pione...

 

Seward girl turns profit with scarves

This summer, freckle-faced red-headed Seward youngster Lydia Jacoby is learning what it is to be a entrepreneur at 9 years of age. She learned how to crochet beautiful twisty scarves from her aunt...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    August 15, 2013

Open for Business - Aug. 15, 2013

It’s high noon on the high seas as anglers duke it out with hefty silvers and giant halibut. Charter operators are evenly matched in a battle of the swells. The Small Boat Harbor teems with people...

 

Open for business - Aug. 8, 2013

Shopping locally is probably the best investment Sewardites can make in their local economy. Keeping those local dollars local is the mission of the 3/50 project which was introduced to Seward last...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    August 1, 2013

TelAlaska lays fiberoptic line

As part of its 2013 expansion plans, TelAlaska is installing fiber optics data transmission cable to their Seward Marine Industrial Center communications site. TelAlaska is also looking forward to...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    August 1, 2013

Open for business - August 1, 2013

The summer in Seward this year has been a season without peer. The happy clamor of visitors strolling along the sun-kissed shores of Resurrection Bay set the mood for a community embracing the golden...

 

Open for business - July 25, 2013

Seward is bigger than its highest mountain and reaches further than the stretch of highway passing through it. Every year thousands of visitors from every corner of the globe and every corner of...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    July 18, 2013

State chamber meets here

The board of the Alaska Chamber of Commerce took a road trip to Seward last week, touring the area and visiting with civic and business leaders. Local priorities were on the agenda including...

 

Open for Business - July 18, 2013

The action just doesn’t let up with the silvers swimming into Resurrection Bay. The Seward Silver Salmon Derby will be here before long and now is the time to get in some practice. Local merchants...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    July 11, 2013

Open for business

Being open for business means that Seward merchants are open for the widest variety of whims and circumstance. Whether shopping for edible fare or ducking out of the clouds in contemplation of...

 

Open for business

When clouds gather, come in out of the rain. There’s plenty of room under the roofs at Seward shops, and friendly company and conversation. Shopping is inevitable but not always possible, so have a...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    June 27, 2013

Open for business - June 27, 2013

The panoply of Seward businesses runs the gamut from industrial welding to pet supplies. The diversity of trade in Seward ensures that most, if not all, products or services are available here....

 

J.W. Frye joins LOG staff

J.W. Frye has come onboard at The Seward Phoenix LOG to work with advertising, development and marketing. Frye will assist local businesses and organizations in telling their story through...

 

Tusty set to make big splash next week

The long delayed refloating of the refurbished Alaska Marine Highway ferry M/V Tustumena is scheduled to take place in the next week. Upon drydocking the vessel at Seward Ship’s a U.S. Coast Guard...

 
 By Log Staff    Business    June 20, 2013

Open for business - June 20, 2013

Businesses and organizations all over the Eastern Kenai Peninsula are hustling to make sure visitors and residents get the goods and services they need and desire. Almost everyone is ramping up for...

 
 By Heidi Zemach    Business    June 13, 2013

Thai cuisine rolls into Seward

Boombai Thai is the second of three new restaurants to open in Seward over the past two months. Mark Teckenbrock, known to many as the local Seward High School auditorium tech, jazz guitarist and...

 
 By Log Staff    Business    June 13, 2013

Open for business - June 13, 2013

While the U.S. economy continues to see some positive signs of growth, consumer spending in one sector is booming – tourism. Travel also continues to lead export growth, accounting for a 23 percent...

 

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