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Police: Anchorage man shot 5 after arguing with homeless people

A 21-year-old man who had argued with homeless people near his workplace allegedly returned to the area over the weekend and fired a long gun several times, killing one and injuring four others, according to charging documents in the case.

Legislative special session gets underway June 23

Another special session of the Alaska Legislature gets underway on June 23. Meanwhile, Gov. Mike Dunleavy directed his administration to begin distributing layoff notices to state workers in the event of a government shutdown.

Chugach Corner: Rounding up fish for study

Stormy Haught, Prince William Sound Zone Aquatics Program Manager for the Chugach National Forest, Cordova Ranger District and his team are beginning to install limnocorrals on Eyak Lake.

Canned octopus in hot sauce hits the market from Klawock

Canned octopus in award-winning Bullwhip Kelp Hot Sauce is the newest product from the Wildfish Cannery in Klawock, on Prince of Wales Island, whose e-commerce clientele include gourmet food shops and foodies nationwide.

Recycled nets become sunglasses, socks, swimsuits

At its most recent fishing net recycling event, the Copper River Watershed Project collected about 2,000 pounds of netting.

Work continues on Tulsequah Chief mine cleanup

Environmental entities and the Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission say they are cautiously encouraged by recent steps to address the toxic acid drainage from the Tulsequah Chief mine, which has continued for decades after the mine ceased operations.

Tribal entities will work with feds on missing and murdered indigenous persons plans

Justice Department officials say the Curyung Tribal Council of Dillingham and the Native Village of Unalakleet have approved their Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Tribal Community Response Plans, a first for Alaska.

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Recycled nets become sunglasses, socks, swimsuits

At its most recent fishing net recycling event, the Copper River Watershed Project collected about 2,000 pounds of netting.

School district seeks public input on relief funds

The Cordova School District has asked the public for input on how to spend about $200,000 in federal grant money for which the district may be eligible.

Renovations begin at public safety building

Police Chief Nate Taylor said the project is intended “just to make our building a little more appealing and a little less run-down-looking — to take a little bit of pride in it, to make it look nice.”

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Fish Factor: Founding members sought for Alaska Mariculture Alliance

Alaskans who are engaged in or interested in mariculture are invited to become founding members of the newly formed Alaska Mariculture Alliance.

Fish Factor: Founding members sought for Alaska Mariculture Alliance

Alaskans who are engaged in or interested in mariculture are invited to become founding members of the newly formed Alaska Mariculture Alliance.

Police: Anchorage man shot 5 after arguing with homeless people

A 21-year-old man who had argued with homeless people near his workplace allegedly returned to the area over the weekend and fired a long gun several times, killing one and injuring four others, according to charging documents in the case.

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Around Town: Senior Salmon Giveaway, Father’s Day, Summer Solstice

If you wish to have your event listing included in Around Town, please email share@thecordovatimes.com with the following information: 1.The name of the event; 2. The date and time of the event; 3. The name of the group or person organizing the event; 4. A one or two-sentence description of the event; 5. Contact info to be included in the listing

Around Town: Fundraiser, web recycling, adult volleyball

The Copper River Watershed Project in partnership with Alaska Commercial Company is hosting a multi-day fishing web recycling event.

Cordova Chronicles: Out with the old, in with the new

The shores of Lake Eyak are witnessing a flurry of construction activity this summer, with two new homes as well as a small cabin being built along its scenic edges.

Chugach Corner: Rounding up fish for study

Stormy Haught, Prince William Sound Zone Aquatics Program Manager for the Chugach National Forest, Cordova Ranger District and his team are beginning to install limnocorrals on Eyak Lake.

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Obituary: LeRoy Gilkison

LeRoy Gilkison passed away May 14, 2021.

Obituary: Peter Joseph Fridgen

Peter Joseph Fridgen passed away April 13, 2021, at the age of 88.

Celebration of Life: Charmaine Marie Allen

There will be a celebration of life for Charmaine Allen from noon-2 p.m. Saturday, June 5, at the Reluctant Fisherman. It will be a potluck, so please bring a dish to share along with stories and memories of Charmaine.

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Around Town: Senior Salmon Giveaway, Father’s Day, Summer Solstice

If you wish to have your event listing included in Around Town, please email share@thecordovatimes.com with the following information: 1.The name of the event; 2. The date and time of the event; 3. The name of the group or person organizing the event; 4. A one or two-sentence description of the event; 5. Contact info to be included in the listing

Law & Order: May 14-20

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 05-14-21 thru 05-20-21. 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

Law & Order: May 14-20

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 05-14-21 thru 05-20-21. 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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