53.6 F
Cordova, AK
Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Russian biologist on exchange in Prince William Sound

When asked about the similarities between Cordova and her home in Russia, she laughed as she answered, “the cold and rain.” It is another...

Make BOF agenda change requests by August 18

Advisory committees and the public are advised by the Alaska Board of Fisheries to get all agenda change requests in by Aug. 18, in...

No sign of trawler Alaska Juris

A 218-foot fishing trawler owned by the Seattle-based Fishing Company of Alaska apparently sunk into the Bering Sea in the Aleutian Islands, following the...

Saint Paul offers tax incentive for crab deliveries

Sales taxes at Saint Paul are up to 3.5 percent, but the good news for crab harvesters willing to deliver their catch to the...

Unchecked climate change could cost fisheries billions

University of British Columbia researchers say that is climate change continues unchecked that global fisheries stand to lose some $10 billion of their annual...

Six Norton Sound firms win grants from CDQ

Six Norton Sound entrepreneurs have been awarded a total of $160,000 in Small Business Initiative grants through a program now in its eighth year...

Alaska Symphony of Seafood seeks entries

A call for product is under way through Jan. 6 for the 2017 Alaska Symphony of Seafood, the state’s premier seafood competition for new...

IPHC boosts halibut catch limits for 2017

More Pacific halibut will be going to market this year due to an overall boost in the harvests for the West Coast, British Columbia...

King salmon sport fisheries out for Upper Copper River

All king salmon sport fisheries in the Upper Copper River drainage will be closed on May 1, including catch-and-release fishing, which in all flowing...

NOAA Fisheries updates progress in sustainably managed fisheries

An update on federal fisheries economics released by NOAA Fisheries shows that the commercial fishing and seafood industry, including imports, generated $144 million in...