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Friday, August 17, 2018

This Week in Photos: Rosenthal’s “Art and Science on the Katmai Coast”

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This Week in Photos: Girls learn business skills

Jomil Tabara, Yagnnesis Mejias, Jessica Wray, Greithly Mejias, Shanny Mejias, Selena Smith, Aaliyah Tiedeman, Gracie Hatch, Faith Hatch, and Sora Skorkowsky sold homemade lemonade on Alaska’s Lemonade Day June 30, with proceeds going to support Cordova’s Girls on the Run program. The event, a partnership with the Cordova Family Resource Center, aims to help youths develop business skills.Photo by...

Catch 49: A boat to place program

Several dozen consumers turned out on May 11 in Anchorage to pick up direct from harvester orders of Prince William Sound spot prawns, Homer halibut, Kodiak rockfish and Norton Sound king crab from Alaska Marine Conservation Council’s Catch 49 program. The vacuum sealed, ready for the freezer packets of frozen seafood, shown here by publicist Cassandra Squibb, with Jason...

Photo of the Week: Oven fresh bear claws

 Theresa Carte, owner/baker of the Little Cordova Bakery, made these delicious bear claw pastries last week. The TLC Bakery will have a new menu up for the month of September. Stop by the bakery and see what’s cookin’! Do you have a great photo of the area you’d like to see as the “Photo of the Week”? If so,...

This Week in Photos: Nov. 3, 2017

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60° North Seafoods delivers first fish to Anchorage

While the first Copper River salmon hit markets and tables in Seattle on May 18, the first fish arrived in Anchorage on time for dinner on the day of the first opener, thanks to processing newcomer 60° North Seafoods.Out on the Copper River flats, F/V Genevieve Rose captain John Derek Wiese and deckhand Robert Silveira harvested the Chinooks and...



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