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Cordovans speak on need for AMHS

As the comment deadline on the AMHS winter/spring schedule approached earlier this week, The Cordova Times spoke with residents about the importance of marine highway to the community. Cordovans spoke to a variety of issues ranging from tourism to transport of goods.
 
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Community

Odoriferous : Trident engineers address odor issues at plant

Local residents who have been expressing dismay over odors emanating from the Trident Seafoods plant will be relieved to hear that the company is [...]

Town's Salmon Jam causes delight.

SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO A banjo\'s twang sallied off stage to the gravel below, where dancers bounced and bumped, couples spinning each other, [...]

Into the garbage

The flames of Harborside Pizza's brick oven danced, licking the wooden peel as Brian Wildrick pulled the latest pie off the heat and began to slice [...]

Kids tune in to folk

One high school, one week, sixty four kids. Throw in a bunch of instruments and you\'ve got Cordova\'s annual 4H Bluegrass and Old Time Music Camp. [...]

Bringing a taste of island life to Alaska

At the foot of the stairs in the basement of a church across from Cordova's elementary school, pairs of small rainboots and little sneakers sat on the [...]

Letter: A direct threat to our democracy

An obscure and controversial trade bill negotiated by the Obama Administration and pending in Congress poses a direct threat to our democracy and to [...]

News

Murkowski decries 'frankenfish'

In an amendment by Senator Lisa Murkowski would require publicly sold genetically-engineered (GE) salmon to be labeled heads to the Senate floor for a [...]

What state Medicaid cuts mean for Alaska and Cordova

Medicaid in Alaska: The Big Picture In the fiscal year 2016, which started the 1st of July, Alaska's Medicaid program saw a reduction in state and [...]

40 years of seabird data now online

The U.S. Geological Survey recently released the North Pacific Pelagic Seabird Database a massive online resource compiling the results of 40 years [...]

CRABFEST

It's Crabfest time, not in Kodiak, but at Red Lobster restaurants nationwide. Alaska bairdi crab is a featured item on Red Lobster restaurants' [...]

Catch exceeds 102 million salmon

A robust forecast, followed by what first appeared to be a season gone bust in Bristol Bay, culminated with a run of wild sockeyes exceeding 50 [...]

Salmonfest offers Alaska's most musical weekend

Grammy award winners Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell, the Motet, Great American Taxi, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe and the New Orleans suspects are [...]

 

Statewide Stories

Lynne Curry: Stand up to bullies -- or risk empowering them

Lynne Curry: Stand up to bullies -- or risk empowering them A reader who's a contract flight attendant for a charter airline reports that since her [...]

Troopers: Woman hospitalized after shooting herself outside Seward prison

Troopers: Woman hospitalized after shooting herself outside Seward prison Alaska State Troopers say a 31-year-old woman had a gun outside of the [...]

Anchorage police locate 3 reported missing after weekend fishing trip

Anchorage police locate 3 reported missing after weekend fishing trip Anchorage police on Monday asked the public for help finding a man, woman and [...]

Appeals court tosses one conviction in child sex abuse case, maintains another

Appeals court tosses one conviction in child sex abuse case, maintains another A Superior Court judge erred in a child sex abuse case when he [...]

Officials tangle with Alaska operating budget's mystery Medicaid proposal

Officials tangle with Alaska operating budget's mystery Medicaid proposal A piece of language inserted into this year's 68-page operating budget [...]