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Silver Bay Seafoods buys Valdez fish plant

Silver Bay Seafoods will acquire the Peter Pan Seafoods plant in Valdez, and operate Peter Pan plants in Port Moller and Dillingham for the 2024...


Silver Bay Seafoods to acquire Peter Pan plant in Valdez

Silver Bay Seafoods will acquire the Peter Pan Seafoods plant in Valdez, and operate Peter Pan plants in Port Moller and Dillingham for the 2024...


Silver Bay Seafoods agrees to acquire Trident's Ketchikan plant; Petersburg deal entering final stages with yet unnamed buyer

Trident Seafoods reported last Friday it was “entering the final stages of closing deals for three of its Alaska shoreside plants,” including its ope...


Capitol Updates

­Dear Friends and Neighbors: Greetings from Juneau! The 2nd session of the 33rd Legislature started...


Peter Pan's King Cove plant will stay closed this winter as fishing industry turmoil spreads

In a major hit to Southwest Alaska’s fishing industry, Peter Pan Seafood Co. will keep its huge plant in the village of King Cove shuttered this w...

 By Olivia Rose    News    December 28, 2023

Year in Review

In January The Petersburg Borough Assembly unanimously voted to award the construction contract for...

 By Orin Pierson    News    December 14, 2023

Trident Seafoods announces plan to sell processing plants in Petersburg, Ketchikan, False Pass, and Kodiak

Trident Seafoods issued a press release on Tuesday, Dec. 12 announcing a “comprehensive restructuring initiative” that will put the seafood giant “on...

 By Olivia Rose    News    November 16, 2023

Updates on progress toward APEI recommendations

The borough’s human resources department provided a progress report about the municipality’s newly implemented safety measures during the Borough Ass...

 By Yereth Rosen    News    November 16, 2023

Salmon returns to Alaska's Bristol Bay expected to drop to more normal levels next year

After recent years of record or near-record runs and harvests, Bristol Bay sockeye salmon numbers are expected to return to more average levels next... Full story

 By Orin Pierson    News    September 7, 2023

Dave Ohmer retires after 44 years managing Petersburg processor

After serving 44 years as plant manager, Dave Ohmer retired last Friday. Dave's grandfather, Earl...


To the Editor

Thanks for the ice To the Editor: Not that I am a spokesperson, but on behalf of the sports and subsistence fishing fleet I would like to extend a...


Oversupply and inflationary pressure on consumers drag down salmon prices

Oversupply from bumper harvests last year and inflationary pressures squeezing household food budgets have made it a terrible year for Alaska salmon...


Commentary: Bristol Bay Fishermen pay the price for recent record salmon runs

Early in the season, one of my deckhands started the joke, “Pay to Bay,” dreaming of people paying money to fish on a drift boat in Bristol Bay, lik... Full story


Bristol Bay fishermen fume over low prices, but processors say they're hurting too

A few times this summer, Jared Danielson, who fishes for salmon on the Alaska Peninsula, found... Full story

 By Sophia Carlisle    News    April 20, 2023

Iconic Alaskan Salmon Thirty Salmon takes its last flight

Early Monday morning, passengers in Seattle sat awaiting their flight to Ketchikan where their plane... Full story


Lutefisk and Lefse: Traditional recipes connecting generations

Petersburg's Sons of Norway Hall was bustling on Sunday afternoon as members readied the hall and...


Project Connect reaches out to those experiencing homelessness

Last Tuesday Humanity in Progress held the sixth annual Project Connect Resource Fair in Petersburg,...


Trident responds to market, plans to freeze more pinks at Wrangell plant

WRANGELL — As the market continues to shift from canned salmon toward more frozen product, “the company wants more frozen pinks,” said Trident Seafo...


Trident will reopen this summer after 3-year shutdown

Wrangell — After a three-year closure blamed on weak chum returns, Seattle-based Trident Seafoods plans on running its Wrangell processing and cold s...


Inside Kodiak's crab standoff

After the heat wave-induced collapse of the Bering Sea snow crab fishery, some fishermen were looking, with hope, at the upcoming tanner crab harvest... Full story


After legislative vote, federal aid to Alaska seafood processors is again delayed

A joint House-Senate committee of the Alaska Legislature voted against accepting $20 million in federal aid to seafood processors, with lawmakers... Full story


Obituary - David Juel Marifern, 30

David Juel Marifern, age 30, of Shoreline Washington passed away unexpectedly Sunday, September 25,... Full story

 By Chris Basinger    News    June 9, 2022

'Mug Up sheds light on life inside canneries

Amongst the sounds of churning conveyor belts, rolling carts, and running rivers, a high pitched... Full story

 By Chris Basinger    News    May 12, 2022

South Harbor dredging to begin this October

Following a successful bid opening, the South Harbor dredge project is gearing up toward an October...

 By Larry Persily    News    May 12, 2022

Trident will keep Wrangell plant closed another year

WRANGELL - Seattle-based Trident Seafoods will not open its Wrangell processing plant this summer,...


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