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As Alaska moves to strengthen ties with tribes over foster care and adoptions involving tribal children, a new federal court ruling out of Texas threatens that emerging relationship, according to some Alaska tribal and government officials. In fact, Alaska Native children and their families could be severely harmed if the judge’s decision, finding the Indian Child Welfare Act unconstitutional,...


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It’s time for Wolverine basketball

The first home basketball games on the season will be played at CHS Court today and tomorrow, Oct. 19-20, against visiting junior high squads...

Seventh annual ATCA Symposium slated in Anchorage

A Sioux rancher who heads the technical assistance program for the Intertribal Agriculture Council will deliver the keynote address at the seventh annual Alaska...

Around Town: Cordova Saturday Market and GOTR costume 5K

Cordova Saturday Market The next Cordova Saturday Market is set for Oct. 20 from 2-6 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge. Stop by 400 First Street...

Update on ASMI programs set for Oct. 29-31

An update on domestic and international marketing programs of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute at its annual All Hands meeting is set for Oct....

Alaska tribes, state officials denounce Indian Child Welfare Act ruling

As Alaska moves to strengthen ties with tribes over foster care and adoptions involving tribal children, a new federal court ruling out of Texas...

Mallott out, Davidson sworn in as lieutenant governor

Byron Mallott has resigned as lieutenant governor, citing “recently made inappropriate comments.”Mallott did not elaborate, saying only that his was “a resignation compelled by...
Chum salmon returning in November to spawn in the Delta River where it meets the Tanana River, about 10 miles north of the town of Delta Junction. Ned Rozell photos.

Ballot Measure 1 commentary had 10 signers

A commentary in opposition to Ballot Measure 1, written by Randy Bates, which ran in the Oct. 12 edition of The Cordova Times, had...

OTIS takes second shot at blue economy challenges

A second annual challenge organized by proponents of the blue economy is seeking participants to identify difficulties in getting ocean related products to market...

Alaska’s salmon hatcheries are economic engines

By Mead Treadwell For The Cordova TimesIf you haven’t noticed, there’s a big debate a brewing in Southcentral Alaska about fish hatcheries. The Alaska Board...

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It’s time for Wolverine basketball

The first home basketball games on the season will be played at CHS Court today and tomorrow, Oct. 19-20, against visiting junior high squads from Grace Christian of Anchorage.The Cordova junior high squads have...

Alaska tribes, state officials denounce Indian Child Welfare Act ruling

As Alaska moves to strengthen ties with tribes over foster care and adoptions involving tribal children, a new federal court ruling out of Texas threatens that emerging relationship, according to some Alaska tribal and...

Culture Week engages, inspires Mt. Eccles students

On the final day of this year’s Indigenous People’s Culture Week at Mt. Eccles Elementary school, elder Bob Ladd told a story first shared with him by an uncle who grew up in the...

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Update on ASMI programs set for Oct. 29-31

An update on domestic and international marketing programs of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute at its annual All Hands meeting is set for Oct....

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Cordova Chronicles: It’s been a very ‘beary’ summer

Thanks to a lack of berries, it’s been a very “beary” summer indeed.Not a day goes by without an encounter with bears within the confines of our fair city, and it is safe to...

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A celebration of life for Irene Webber

The community is invited to join family and friends for a celebration of life for...

Obituary: Laura Lorraine Brown

Laura Brown passed away 5 days after celebrating her 89th birthday on August 30.She was...

Gillam remembered for his humanitarian gifts

To many Alaskans, and those far beyond in the global world of finance, Bob Gillam...

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Law & Order: Sept. 28-Oct. 3

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 9-28-18 thru 10-3-18. Any charges reported in these press releases are merely accusations...

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