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Saturday, June 24, 2017

This Week in Photos: Sport Fishers

Sport fishers lined the edge of Orca Inlet June 15, trying their luck hooking a Chinook salmon.Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times

This Week in Photos: Cow & Moose Twins

This cow moose and her twin calves were spotted June 16, just off the Copper River Highway.Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times

Photo of the Week: Cordova T-Ball

The girls from Cordova T-Ball team Red Sox all played their game on June 17 wearing tutus. From left are Grace Higgins, coach Rusty Higgins, Lillian Ervin-Adkinson, Jaxon Pallas, Kourtney Babic, Sophie Roemhildt, Addision Graves, coach Barb Webber, teammate Tracer Phillips; front row from left, Genevieve Nothstine, Lianna Towle and Anya Arduser.Photo by Rebecca Ronkar/For The Cordova TimesRebecca Ronkar...

This Week in Photos: Gilnetter

This gillnetter was on the way out to the Copper River Flats on the evening of June 14, prior to an opener the next morning.Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times

This Week in Photos: Sunrise

This sunrise over the Million Dollar Bridge and Miles Lake on the Copper River was photographed on June 19, at 3:30 a.m.Photo by Shane Shepherd/For The Cordova TimesShane Shepherd, a fishery biologist I, is stationed at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Miles Lake Sonar Station, near the Million Dollar Bridge.

This Week in Photos: Wildflowers

Wildflowers around Cordova are blooming in abundance, due in part to sunny weather June 17 and 18.Photos by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times 

Photo of the Week: Hiking under the Cordova sun

Cordova moms and their children enjoyed a scenic hike June 9. From left are Malani, Lianna and Michael Towle, Amelia Hottinger, Kate, Anja and Anika Arduser, and Una and Sulho Honkola.Photo by Rachel Hoover/For The Cordova TimesRachel Hoover is the owner of Darling’s Ferments in Cordova

This Week in Photos: Salmonfest 2017

Salmonfest 2017, Aug. 4-6 at the Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds in Ninilchik, is promising to be bigger and better than ever.  Famed Ketchikan fishery fun artist Ray  Troll, who has been done all previous posters for the music festival celebrating Alaska’s wild salmon and its habitat, has created his seventh poster for 2017.  Troll and his band, the Ratfish Wranglers,...

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