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An equal split of shared state fisheries business taxes and a resolution in support of reinstating a winter crab fishery in Cordova have been approved by the Cordova City Council, along with a license for a new drive-through coffee business. The action came during the Feb. 15 meeting of the council, which also approved city election board appointments and heard...

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Cordova Chronicles: Cordova ranked Alaska’s safest city

Based on a report by the FBI, Cordova is Alaska’s safest city. Anchorage TV station KTUU announced this information on their Feb.1 statewide Evening...

Council says ‘yes’ to fish tax, winter crab fishery

An equal split of shared state fisheries business taxes and a resolution in support of reinstating a winter crab fishery in Cordova have been...

Volunteers respond to emergency needs

Three members of the Cordova Volunteer Fire Department have received commendations of excellence for helping to save the life of a teenager suffering from...

Alaska Airlines construction begins Feb. 24

Alaska Airlines will begin extensive remodeling of its Cordova airport terminal on Feb. 24, a project expected to take about two weeks, and cause...

Potential portion of raw fish tax: $39,559.49

A state shared fisheries business tax program stands to put $39,559.49 into municipal coffers this year, a boost from the $20,000 budgeted for 2017,...

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Cordova artists featured in APU art show

Art works of Cordovans Denis Keogh and Paula Payne will be featured Feb. 3-26 at...

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