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UAF graduate fisheries program will add traditional knowledge

Indigenous knowledge of fisheries will play a key role in graduate level studies expected to begin at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in fall 2021, with a goal of interesting more Alaska Native students in fisheries management careers.

Commentary: Republicans have botched virus response

Despite his innumerable other failings, President Donald Trump could have cruised into a second term if he hadn't bungled America's response to the coronavirus pandemic, writes Mark Roye.

Fish Factor: Fishermen’s relief funds welcomed as unfair trade deals drag on

Jerky made from Alaska pollock attracted the attention of big backers beginning at a buffet table at Fish 2.0, an annual global gathering of innovators and investors hosted by Stanford University to grow the sustainable seafood sector.

‘Trump’s Death Clock’ defaced

"That’s not the Cordova way," Jean DeBruler said. "I’ve always had my point of view and, if you don’t like it, you’ve always been able to come talk to me."

Boost in unemployment benefits coming

Alaska has received another $62 million in federal funding to increase by $300 the unemployment checks for thousands of qualified residents. The increase is expected to last about six weeks.

Brown bear breaks into the Alaska Zoo, kills popular alpaca

A wild brown bear tunneled under perimeter fencing and killed a popular alpaca at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage, officials said Wednesday. It was killed a day later by wildlife officials.

Groups decry proposal to roll back Alaska forest protections

The U.S. Forest Service is proposing to exempt the country’s largest national forest from a ban on timber harvests and road building...

Commentary: Republicans have botched virus response

Despite his innumerable other failings, President Donald Trump could have cruised into a second term if he hadn't bungled America's response to the coronavirus pandemic, writes Mark Roye.

Boost in unemployment benefits coming

Alaska has received another $62 million in federal funding to increase by $300 the unemployment checks for thousands of qualified residents. The increase is expected to last about six weeks.

Letter to the Editor: Educators boldly return to work

Superintendent Alex Russin and the Cordova School Board have set an example by returning students to in-person learning, write Henk and Sue Kruithof.

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‘Trump’s Death Clock’ defaced

"That’s not the Cordova way," Jean DeBruler said. "I’ve always had my point of view and, if you don’t like it, you’ve always been able to come talk to me."

City awarded for outstanding drinking water system

“We’re pretty lucky to have such a dedicated, hard-working crew that keeps our drinking water safe,” Public Works Director Samantha Greenwood said.
A pair of visitors to the ever-popular Cordova burn pile wisely park their truck a safe distance away from the flames. Photo by Dick Shellhorn/for The Cordova Times

Burn pile to close for 1 week

The Cordova Burn Pile will be closed from Tuesday, Sept. 29-Oct. 5 so that it can be relocated by about 50 feet.

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Fish Factor: Fishermen’s relief funds welcomed as unfair trade deals drag...

Jerky made from Alaska pollock attracted the attention of big backers beginning at a buffet table at Fish 2.0, an annual global gathering of innovators and investors hosted by Stanford University to grow the sustainable seafood sector.

Fish Factor: Fishermen’s relief funds welcomed as unfair trade deals drag on

Jerky made from Alaska pollock attracted the attention of big backers beginning at a buffet table at Fish 2.0, an annual global gathering of innovators and investors hosted by Stanford University to grow the sustainable seafood sector.

UAF graduate fisheries program will add traditional knowledge

Indigenous knowledge of fisheries will play a key role in graduate level studies expected to begin at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in fall 2021, with a goal of interesting more Alaska Native students in fisheries management careers.

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Our stories matter.

Subscribe to Prince William Sound’s oldest newspaper. Because news in Alaska matters. Our stories matter. Join us.

Around Town: Science workshop, range cleanup, local art installation

Help clean up Cordova’s shooting range at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3 on Sheridan Glacier Road. Free BBQ lunch provided for helpers. Find out more about that and other events coming up in Cordova.

Around Town: Salmon art, virtual summit, benefit concert

Cordova Historical Society presents “The Art of the Vintage Salmon Label,” an art installation at the Copper River Gallery.

Cordova Chronicles: A rooftop full of memories

Dick Shellhorn unspools an epic tale of roofing his duck cabin.

Commentary: Republicans have botched virus response

Despite his innumerable other failings, President Donald Trump could have cruised into a second term if he hadn't bungled America's response to the coronavirus pandemic, writes Mark Roye.

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Obituary: Pepo Pitesa

Pepo Pitesa passed away on July 29 at his home in Croatia.

Obituary: Lahoma Leishman

Lahoma Leishman died peacefully at home with her daughter at her side as she lost a swift battle with pancreatic cancer, July 31, 2020 in Yuba City, California.

Birth: Joshua Daniel Jager

Joshua Daniel Jager arrived at 2:10 a.m. Sunday, June 21, at the Juneau Birth Center.

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Around Town: Science workshop, range cleanup, local art installation

Help clean up Cordova’s shooting range at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3 on Sheridan Glacier Road. Free BBQ lunch provided for helpers. Find out more about that and other events coming up in Cordova.

Law & Order: Sept. 4-10

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police department between Sept. 4-10. Any charges reported in these press releases are merely accusations and the defendant and/or defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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Law & Order: Sept. 4-10

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police department between Sept. 4-10. Any charges reported in these press releases are merely accusations and the defendant and/or defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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