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Monday, May 22, 2017

The Cordova Times

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The Cordova Times is Prince William Sound's oldest newspaper, publishing since 1914. Send story ideas and news tips to news@thecordovatimes.com.

Shorebird festival boosts shoulder season traffic

Shorebird aficionados armed with backpacks, binoculars and cameras descended on Cordova for the 27th annual Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival, to witness and photograph...

Letter to the Editor: Hire Russians to investigate

The American government needs to subcontract out to the KGB or the GRU Russian Intelligence Agency to do the investigation on the connection of...

Commentary: Why can’t we all just get along?

In response to the personal attacks and negativity that has been surrounding the issue of Nirvana Park and Spit, there are a few things...

Sound Alternatives awarded prevention mini-grant

Sound Alternatives is one of 10 recipients of the Association of Alaska School Boards’ 2017 prevention mini-grants to implement community projects, prevent domestic violence...

Warning: Don’t touch orphaned wildlife

If you see a cute little moose calf, bear cub or other wildlife baby who appears helpless and abandoned, don’t touch!A protective mother is...

House supports plan that solves deficit this year

Dear Friends and Neighbors,As we approach the finish line, I want to keep you informed with our progress. Here is an update of where...

House says no to weakened oil subsidy reform bill

Legislators in the Alaska House have rejected changes made by the State Senate to pending legislation aimed at halting the state’s practice of paying...

U.S. Navy Welcomed to Alaska

Gov. Bill Walker welcomed the U.S. Navy to Alaska on May 16, when the U.S.S. O’Kane docked in Juneau for the week, and continued...

Protective measures sought as vessel traffic rises

A resolution urging the state of Alaska and congressional delegation to include Arctic Marine Safety Agreements in international agreements with coastal neighbors passed the...

Two judges named to Anchorage Superior Court

Attorneys Jennifer Stuart Henderson and Yvonne Lamoureux have been appointed to the Alaska Superior Court in Anchorage, Gov. Bill Walker announced on May 15.Henderson,...