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Thursday, March 30, 2017

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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.

Rain helps Alaska to a mild wildfire season so far

ANCHORAGE — A year after Alaska wildfires burned an area larger than Massachusetts, the state is on course for a mild fire year in...

Alaska crab, salmon on Red Lobster menu

Bairdi crab legs, king crab legs, sockeye and coho salmon are back on the menu for the annual Crabfest at the national Red Lobster...

Law & Order: June 17-30

EDITOR’S NOTE: This week’s report includes police logs for two weeks, June 17 through June 30. Last week’s police report was not received until after...

18.3 million salmon delivered to processors statewide

Wild Alaska salmon catches climbed to 18.3 million statewide by Independence Day, with the biggest increase coming in Bristol Bay, where harvesters were still...

From the Mayor’s desk

I met with Dave Reggiani, extended the Council and community’s appreciation for his many years of (continuing) volunteer service to Cordova. Dave agreed to...

Legislators, please join fellow Alaskans on the rope

As governor, I enjoy shaking a lot of hands. But one handshake in particular stuck with me. At the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport last...

City urges citizens to properly dispose of pet waste

It’s now easier and more convenient to help keep Cordova’s trails clean. The Cordova Parks and Recreation Department recently installed new waste receptacles at...

Fish festivities

The weekend of Salmon Festival has so much to offer including the Small Fry event July 16 with fun, crafty and educational activities put...