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Upwards of 400 fishing vessels were on the grounds for the opening of the Copper River salmon fishery on May 18, to harvest some 36,000 sockeyes and 1,900 Chinooks, and fishermen were rewarded with record grounds prices.“It’s another record,” said Scott Blake, a veteran harvester who is president and chief executive officer of Copper River Seafoods, as he held...

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One rescued from bow picker in Copper River Delta

A good Samaritan aboard the F/V Crown Royal came to the rescue on May 25 of the lone occupant of the 24-foot bow picker...

Discussion focuses on Nirvana Park

Intense discussion continues on how a grant from the Rasmuson Foundation will be used for restoration of Nirvana Park.During the latest public meeting on...

31st Alaska Salmon Runs begin July 15, 2017

The snow and ice have melted and the days are growing longer and longer, so it's time to lace up your running shoes and...

Nirvana Park/Spit restoration begins after Memorial Day

Editor's Note: This article is updated as of press time Wednesday. A meeting was held Thursday at the Cordova Center.Efforts to restore and preserve...

Major improvements coming to CT&GC facilities

The Cordova Trap & Gun Club has been approved for a $38,000 grant from the Friends of the NRA for range improvement and education....

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Cordova Chronicles: It’s all in the letters

A couple weeks ago my fishing partner Randy Bruce and I headed out to Strawberry...

Around Town: What’s Happening in Cordova

‘Moonlight’Cordova Arts & Pageants presents the movie “Moonlight” at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 27 in...

Cordova Chronicles: The beavers are believers

While skepticism about global warming continues in some circles, one group has cast their vote...

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