Alaska joins opponents of climate change initiative

Alaska has joined a dozen other states in opposing efforts of several other states to explore initiatives that include investigations into whether [...]

4H Music Camp coming soon

Kids and adults alike can learn to be rock stars at the upcoming Cordova 4H Music Camp. The program has a wealth of musical offerings from bluegrass [...]


Once in awhile, there are people who walk into our lives and add depth to the vibrant lifeblood pulsing through the currents of the community. For [...]

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 on by [...]


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 [...]

From Clay Koplin, Mayor, City of Cordova

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

Halt to Susitna River dam praised

A state fiscal crisis that prompted Gov. Bill Walker to shut down a massive hydroelectric project on the Susitna River in Southcentral Alaska is [...]

Court ruling favors Castle Mountain Coalition

A U.S. District Court in Anchorage has vacated a federal agency's decision to allow Usibelli Coal to proceed with coal mining operations at Wishbone [...]

Interior issues new rules for Arctic drilling

Interior Department officials announced final regulations on July 7 for future exploratory drilling in U.S. Arctic waters, prompting words of caution [...]

2 fishermen rescued from disabled vessel

Two fishermen were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard on June 24 after their boat became disabled and adrift during stormy weather, about 17 miles [...]

Behnken is new IPHC interim commissioner

Veteran harvester Linda Behnken, of Sitka, was named June 22 to replace Jeff Kauffman, of Wasilla, as an interim commissioner on the International [...]

Governor calls a special legislative session

Legislators will be back in Juneau for another special session starting July 11 to wrestle anew with key proposals aimed at working the state out of a long-term budget crisis brought on by low oil prices

Prince William Sound harvest tops 1.5 million statewide

Wild Alaska salmon harvests are growing rapidly with preliminary state commercial harvest figures showing upwards of 15 million fish delivered in Prince William Sound and nearly 4 million fish statewide

PWS harvest tops 1.5 million salmon

Wild Alaska salmon harvests are growing rapidly, with preliminary state commercial harvest figures showing upwards of 1.5 million fish delivered in [...]

Cordova's EPC urges for Navy to move trainings slated for May 2017

The Eyak Preservation Council (EPC) would like the public to know that it's not too late to file a letter stating concerns regarding the U.S. Navy's [...]

Copper River harvest exceeds 442,000 reds

Copper River waters delivered upwards of 442,000 sockeye and 10,554 Chinook salmon through the first nine openers, as more salmon fisheries began [...]

Alaskans deserve a permanent solution

Alaskans Deserve a Permanent Solution Thousands of Alaskan families likely breathed a sigh of relief Tuesday when the legislature passed its budget to [...]

Souls of Bards

Fisher Poets are weavers of words, writers of songs and tellers of stories, and Cordova\'s fisher folk are some of the best of the bunch. After a gap [...]

Remembering D-Day at Omaha Beach

OMAHA BEACH, Normandy, France –Waves pounded the shores of Omaha Beach, while on the hillside of this battle zone that began the liberation of France [...]

Northern Dynasty seeks funds for Pebble project

Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. announced May 26 offerings of up to $15 million in units of the company, to raise money to fight proposed environmental [...]