Young fisherman takes her seat at the table

Filing a vacancy following the August 26 resignation of EJ Cheshire citing personal reasons, City Council voted last week to appoint Hayley Hoover to the seat. Hoover will be sworn in next week and will serve until the spring elections. "I am going to make the most of my short term," said Hoover. "This is a unique opportunity to learn from people who are experienced and to give back to the community that I love.
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Letter: Summer war games in the Gulf of Alaska?

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ARREST - Cordova police make arrest in burglary case. Stolen guns and property recovered.

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BEYOND THE PLATE - New category added to Alaska's Seafood Symphony

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Perils of high seas captured in Atcheson's book

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Federal fisheries officials have identified numerous flaws in data collection and analysis included in the initial study report prepared by the Alaska [...]


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