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Alaska: Double-digit numbers of new COVID-19 cases rise

Fifty-three residents of 15 Alaska communities are the latest to test positive for the novel coronavirus.

Birth: Joshua Daniel Jager

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

$50M CARES fisheries package awaits application process

Funding to help myriad sectors of the fishing industry hit by the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is coming to Alaska, but for now the draft spending plan for the $50 million is a work in process at the state Department of Fish and Game.

Cordova Chronicles: Take me out to the ballgame — sort of

No one can say for sure if major league baseball can make it through a shortened 60 games schedule, but thanks to human ingenuity and a much-needed sense of humor, substitutes for fans are gradually packing the stadiums.

City opens public dialogue on policing

City officials have asked the public to share their views on policing in Cordova.

CRWP’s new $48K baler is customized to handle netting

A new baler purchased by the Copper River Watershed Project will make recycling fishing web easier and more efficient.

Cordova urges state to declare fishery disaster

Wednesday, Aug. 5, Cordova City Council voted unanimously to encourage the state to declare an economic disaster in Cordova.

Alaska: Double-digit numbers of new COVID-19 cases rise

Fifty-three residents of 15 Alaska communities are the latest to test positive for the novel coronavirus.
The USCGC Fir. (Sept. 23, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Public hearing on loss of F/V Scandies Rose delayed

U.S. Coast Guard officials have postponed a public hearing that is part of a larger investigation into the sinking of the F/V Scandies Rose and loss of five of its seven crewmembers in order to protect the health of those who would be involved in the hearing during a pandemic.

$50M CARES fisheries package awaits application process

Funding to help myriad sectors of the fishing industry hit by the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is coming to Alaska, but for now the draft spending plan for the $50 million is a work in process at the state Department of Fish and Game.

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City opens public dialogue on policing

City officials have asked the public to share their views on policing in Cordova.

CRWP’s new $48K baler is customized to handle netting

A new baler purchased by the Copper River Watershed Project will make recycling fishing web easier and more efficient.

Two fishery workers test positive for virus

Two newly identified cases of the novel coronavirus were fishing industry workers who had no contact with the community at large, officials announced Tuesday, Aug. 4.

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$50M CARES fisheries package awaits application process

Funding to help myriad sectors of the fishing industry hit by the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is coming to Alaska, but for now the draft spending plan for the $50 million is a work in process at the state Department of Fish and Game.

Fish Factor: Seafood industry stakeholders must comment soon on several issues

Alaska’s seafood industry stakeholders have a four-bagger chance to provide input on policy decisions that directly affect their livelihoods: trade, relief payouts for cod and salmon, Board of Fisheries meeting plans and appointees. For several, the window of opportunity is tight.

Alaska matters.

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Cordova Chronicles: Take me out to the ballgame — sort of

No one can say for sure if major league baseball can make it through a shortened 60 games schedule, but thanks to human ingenuity and a much-needed sense of humor, substitutes for fans are gradually packing the stadiums.

Around Town: Fundraisers, net recycling, book delivery

The Copper River Watershed Project is re-launching their fishing web recycling program. Volunteers are needed Friday and Saturday, Aug. 7-8 to help clean up the pile of nets near the harbormaster's office.

Cordova Chronicles: Take me out to the ballgame — sort of

No one can say for sure if major league baseball can make it through a shortened 60 games schedule, but thanks to human ingenuity and a much-needed sense of humor, substitutes for fans are gradually packing the stadiums.

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Birth: Joshua Daniel Jager

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

Birth: Franklin Joseph Dyer

Branden Dyer and Jacqueline Gonzalez Dyer of Cordova announce the birth of their son Franklin Joseph Dyer.

Obituary: Mark David Adams

Mark David Adams, a fisherman and devoted family man died peacefully on June 3, 2020 in Cordova, Alaska, at home. He was born in Spokane, Washington, to Bonnie and Gene Adams on March 21, 1963 and grew up in Metaline, Washington, where he graduated from Selkirk High School in 1981.

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Around Town: Fundraisers, net recycling, book delivery

The Copper River Watershed Project is re-launching their fishing web recycling program. Volunteers are needed Friday and Saturday, Aug. 7-8 to help clean up the pile of nets near the harbormaster's office.

Law & Order: July 10-16

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police department between July 10-16. 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: July 10-16

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police department between July 10-16. 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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