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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.

Photo of the Week: Catching Waves

Surfs up for Copper River gillnet fisherman Mike Blume and the F/V Atomic during the second commercial salmon opener of 2017. More and more...

Cordova High School graduates celebrate

Cordova High School 2017 commencement was held 5:30 p.m. May 20 at the Cordova High School Gymnasium.Class…Motto: “We may not have it all together,...

It’s National EMS Week

May 21-27 is National Emergency Medical Services Week.  It is a good time to reflect upon how and why Cordova is able to provide...

CHS Track Team Attends Meet in Palmer

Cordova High’s fledgling track team attended its first meet of the year at Palmer on May 12 and 13, with eight members participated in...

Law & Order: May 12 – 18, 2017

Police ReportThe following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 5-12-17 thru 5-18-17. Any charges reported in these press releases are merely...

Campfires too hot to touch are too hot to leave

It’s fire season in Alaska, including Chugach National Forest, and the forest is already at a moderate level of fire danger.Never leave a campfire...
Rep. Don Young introduced a house bill called The American Indian Empowerment Act.

Young: Trump budget proposal died before the ink dried

Alaska’s lone member of Congress sums up President Trump’s $4.1 trillion proposed federal budget, which includes hefty cuts in programs benefitting low income people,...

Biennial NOAA survey of Gulf of Alaska underway

A long running biennial NOAA Fisheries survey of the continental shelf and upper continental slope of the Gulf of Alaska is underway, to monitor...

Discussion focuses on Nirvana Park

Intense discussion continues on how a grant from the Rasmuson Foundation will be used for restoration of Nirvana Park.During the latest public meeting on...

Pioneer Homes will teach skills in long-term care

A new apprenticeship program is planned at the Alaska Pioneer Homes to provide in depth training for employees in dementia care and other long-term...

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