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 By Heidi Zemach    Business    June 6, 2013

ARRC and DOT on same track

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is developing a statewide rail plan to provide direction for future freight and passenger rail transportation policy in the state, as DOT...

 
 By Log Staff    Business    June 6, 2013

Open for business

When visitors take Alaska home with them, they often take the opportunity to shop Seward merchants for that special reminder of a wonderful experience far from home. Their lasting experience can be...

 

Sign goes back up at theater

The iconic Liberty Theater had its marquee reinstated last week after fierce winds blew the twin signs down Dec 30. The three-year-old sign replaced an older frontispiece that had cracked and faded...

 
 By CIRI Tourism    Business    May 23, 2013

Chef Erik Slater named to 'Best Chefs America'

Executive Chef Erik Slater, of Resurrection Roadhouse Restaurant, Seward Windsong Lodge and Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge, has been honored as one of the country’s top culinary talents in the inaugural edition of “Best Chefs America.” This is...

 

Lemonade Day gives kids the business

Competition was intense as busy young entrepreneurs attempted to lure customers away from other stands around town. At the Seward Brewing Company, lemonade purveyors professed the superior product...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    May 9, 2013

Seward company fuels growth

Shoreside Petroleum announced, on Tuesday, an expansion to its fuel storage terminal in Seward of up to eight million gallons. The project will raise the facility’s capacity to some 10 million...

 
 By LOG Staff    Business    May 9, 2013

Open for business

Tax day is weeks behind Sewardites but there’s still a tax to consider and perhaps appreciate. Public services in the Seward area are largely supported by sales taxes gathered by local business....

 
 By Wolfgang Kurtz    Business    May 2, 2013

Open for business

Bright smiles and sunny dispositions help grow Seward’s grass-roots local economy. Support your independent retailers by shopping them and recommending them. Don’t disenfranchise local merchants...

 

Open for Business

Just like bears emerging from their dens to green fields of summertime forage, local business proprietors are beginning to experience the bounty of Seward’s busier season. Which is just to the time...

 

Open for Business

Seward businesses have begun to see the signs of springtime activity as the weather improves. There’s more weekend visitors taking advantage of the sights and activities that the Resurrection Bay...

 

Thai food restaurant comes to Seward

Woody’s Thai Kitchen, named after the famed local sea lion attraction, is set to open this week as Seward’s latest eatery. The new restaurant at the corner of Fourth Avenue and B Streets will feat...

 

Open for Business

A brief fling with spring-like weather brought out a lot of premature wishful thinking but the break-up blues aren’t stopping Seward shopkeepers from plying their trade. Neither is it stopping the...

 
 By Heidi Zemach    Business    April 4, 2013

Seward job fair highlights jobs and recruitment issues

More than 100 community members and 130 AVTEC students checked out employment opportunities at the annual job fair at AVTEC gymnasium Monday. They visited 45 business booths for jobs located in...

 
 By Heidi Zemach    Business    April 4, 2013

Natural food store moves downtown

Frontier Healing Arts & Sciences, LLC, a natural foods store, moved downtown this week to the Style N’ Stitches building directly across Fourth Avenue from Edward Jones and The Seward Phoenix LOG....

 
 By Heidi Zemach    Business    April 4, 2013

Kenai Fjords invests in Resurrection Bay tours

Updated: In the following article Major Marine Tours and Kenai Fjords Tours are both cited as featuring National Park Service interpretive guides aboard their cruises. However, Kenai Fjords Tours...

 

Railroad cutbacks miss Seward

The Alaska Railroad Corporation announced significant cutbacks last week as part of a corporate restructuring effort based on a $45 million downturn since 2011. ARRC primarily attributes the budget...

 

Open for Business

Seward’s vibrancy shines in the many retail and service businesses that are ready, willing and more than able to serve the needs of the area’s residents, businesses and visitors. Soon the snow...

 

Growth for Seward a matter of cooperation

The latest plan for Seward’s economic future is laid out in a January 2013 draft outline that brings more focus to making Seward a more fertile environment for innovation and economic growth. At a...

 

Making lemonade stands from lemonheads

A nameless representative from Chamber dons the lemonhead to lend some realism to the topic of the Lemonade Day initiative at a Chamber of Commerce membership meeting Feb. 15. Johnna Golden from the...

 

Open for Business

It’s halfway through a Seward winter and the local businesses The LOG visited recently show no signs of malaise. Au contraire, ma soeur, smiles are the order of the day and service is lickety-split...

 

Chamber recognizes Sewardites

The Seward Chamber of Commerce board recently selected outstanding community businesses and individuals for recognition. The 2012 Award for Business Site Improvement of the Year went to Dennis and...

 

New store displays local arts and crafts

Two Seward women, Michelle Blalock and Kalani Woodlock, recently opened a new store on Fourth Avenue in downtown Seward. Sandwiched between Apollo’s Restaurant and the Sea Bean the new store, Serend...

 

Christo’s reopens for the new year

Yanni Manolakakis is not used having his restaurant, Christo’s Palace, closed. Since 1993 when his father, Christo, and he took over and purchased the Seward bar called Niko’s Night Club and...

 

Disaster loans offered

Low-interest federal disaster loans are now available to Alaska residents and business owners affected by a severe storm that caused high winds and flooding that occurred from Sept. 15 to 30, U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator...

 

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