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Ecosystem-based management helps Bering Sea fisheries battle climate change

A new NOAA Fisheries study on the Eastern Bering Sea concludes that ecosystem-based fisheries management has proven an effective tool to date and may help ensure sustainable fisheries under climate change for the near term.

How to apply for a $500 ‘CordovaCash’ card

Cordova residents can apply to receive “CordovaCash” payment cards as part of a $1 million stimulus program.

Bill would strengthen data access between tribes, government entities

Newly introduced bipartisan legislation would help tribes access public health data and address health disparities that impact Alaska Native and American Indian communities especially severely.

Commentary: Protect Alaska’s fisheries in the face of COVID-19

Alaska's greatest challenge throughout the pandemic is protecting its seafood industry and the communities that rely on it, write Gov. Mike Dunleavy, Clay Koplin, Dan O’Hara and Rodney Dial.

Commentary: Ballot Measure 2 replaces fair elections with political trickery

Ranked voting systems are intended to confuse the electorate, writes John Sturgeon.

Grants to fight domestic violence total $4M+

Justice Department officials have awarded over $4 million in grants to various state, Alaska Native and community organizations under the Rural Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking Grant Program.

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.

How to apply for a $500 ‘CordovaCash’ card

Cordova residents can apply to receive “CordovaCash” payment cards as part of a $1 million stimulus program.

Commentary: Protect Alaska’s fisheries in the face of COVID-19

Alaska's greatest challenge throughout the pandemic is protecting its seafood industry and the communities that rely on it, write Gov. Mike Dunleavy, Clay Koplin, Dan O’Hara and Rodney Dial.

Cordova Public Library reopens with plexiglass and plastic gloves

For Cordova Public Library, reopening wasn’t just a matter of putting a hand sanitizer dispenser by the front door.

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How to apply for a $500 ‘CordovaCash’ card

Cordova residents can apply to receive “CordovaCash” payment cards as part of a $1 million stimulus program.

Cordova Public Library reopens with plexiglass and plastic gloves

For Cordova Public Library, reopening wasn’t just a matter of putting a hand sanitizer dispenser by the front door.

Cordovans call for tougher drug policing

“I am frustrated that it seems easy for me to see who is selling drugs in town and how they are getting them here and nothing seems to be happening about it,” wrote one survey respondent. “I understand that you can only do things within the law, but I would like to see this issue be handled more proactively and aggressively.”

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Ecosystem-based management helps Bering Sea fisheries battle climate change

A new NOAA Fisheries study on the Eastern Bering Sea concludes that ecosystem-based fisheries management has proven an effective tool to date and may help ensure sustainable fisheries under climate change for the near term.

Fish Factor: Bering Sea crabbers await 2020-21 catch limits

Bering Sea crabbers will soon know how much they can pull up in their pots for the upcoming season that opens Oct. 15.

Bill would strengthen data access between tribes, government entities

Newly introduced bipartisan legislation would help tribes access public health data and address health disparities that impact Alaska Native and American Indian communities especially severely.

Alaska matters.

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

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.

Fungus Fest triples previous turnout

Gird-dova Virtual Fungus Fest, the first collaboration of its kind between Cordova Fungus Festival and Girdwood Fungus Fair, put an emphasis on digitally mediated activities and socially distanced foraging excursions.

Cordova Chronicles: A rooftop full of memories

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

Commentary: Protect Alaska’s fisheries in the face of COVID-19

Alaska's greatest challenge throughout the pandemic is protecting its seafood industry and the communities that rely on it, write Gov. Mike Dunleavy, Clay Koplin, Dan O’Hara and Rodney Dial.

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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: 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.

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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