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4 new virus cases reported

Cordova reported four cases of the novel coronavirus Tuesday, Jan. 19.

Alaska National Guard to provide aid for Biden inauguration

About 80 Alaska National Guard members volunteered to provide assistance for President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.

NPFMC meets virtually February 5-12

Documents on major issues for the upcoming virtual February meeting of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council are now posted online for review, and written comments are being accepted in advance of the meeting at meetings.npfmc.org/Meeting/Details/1844.

Study probes link between mineral deposits, salmon spawning grounds

Is it a coincidence that one of the world’s largest mineral deposits is located near the world’s largest sockeye salmon spawning grounds at Bristol Bay? And if the likes of a Pebble Mine removed the bulk of those deep deposits that also create the world’s magnetic field, could it disrupt the salmon’s ability to find their way home? A study aims to find out.
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Wolverine basketball begins a season with new challenges

This year’s Wolverine basketball season began on Jan. 11, under a set of guidelines adopted to deal with the continuing COVID pandemic.

Comments sought on proposed Cook Inlet lease sale

Plans for a proposed 2021 oil and gas lease sale in Cook Inlet were announced on Wednesday, Jan. 13, along with a notice from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management soliciting comment on those plans through March 1.

Jan. 20 clinic will vaccinate older Alaskans

A Wednesday, Jan. 20 clinic at Cordova Community Medical Center will allow some Alaskans age 65 and above to receive vaccinations against the novel coronavirus.

4 new virus cases reported

Cordova reported four cases of the novel coronavirus Tuesday, Jan. 19.

Jan. 20 clinic will vaccinate older Alaskans

A Wednesday, Jan. 20 clinic at Cordova Community Medical Center will allow some Alaskans age 65 and above to receive vaccinations against the novel coronavirus.

3 new virus cases raise active case count to 12

Cordova reported three new cases of the novel coronavirus Friday, Jan. 15.

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4 new virus cases reported

Cordova reported four cases of the novel coronavirus Tuesday, Jan. 19.

Jan. 20 clinic will vaccinate older Alaskans

A Wednesday, Jan. 20 clinic at Cordova Community Medical Center will allow some Alaskans age 65 and above to receive vaccinations against the novel coronavirus.

Online ‘active parenting’ classes begin Feb. 1

Parenting classes conducted via Zoom will commence Feb. 1, with applications closing Jan. 28. The program, run in partnership by Cordova Community Medical Center and Cordova Family Resource Center, will teach techniques for more intentional, and more effective, parenting.

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NPFMC meets virtually February 5-12

Documents on major issues for the upcoming virtual February meeting of the North Pacific Fishery Management Council are now posted online for review, and written comments are being accepted in advance of the meeting at meetings.npfmc.org/Meeting/Details/1844.

Study probes link between mineral deposits, salmon spawning grounds

Is it a coincidence that one of the world’s largest mineral deposits is located near the world’s largest sockeye salmon spawning grounds at Bristol Bay? And if the likes of a Pebble Mine removed the bulk of those deep deposits that also create the world’s magnetic field, could it disrupt the salmon’s ability to find their way home? A study aims to find out.

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Cordova Chronicles: Comfort animals no longer the issue

Dick Shellhorn reflects on the chaos that unfolded in our nation's capital on Jan. 6.

Around Town: Application deadline, Navy training meetings, picture day

Find out how salmon cross the road in a free virtual presentation with Copper River Watershed Project’s Program Director Kate Morse at noon Friday, Jan. 15 on Zoom.

Cordova Chronicles: Comfort animals no longer the issue

Dick Shellhorn reflects on the chaos that unfolded in our nation's capital on Jan. 6.

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Obituary: Roy Tansy Sr.

Ahtna elder Roy Tansy Sr., a former Ahtna, Inc., president and veteran board member, passed away at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital in Fairbanks on Jan. 10, at the age of 86.

Farewell to Sen. Kerttula, a good friend of Cordova

A child of the Great Depression who rose to become the Speaker of the House and later president of the Senate in the Alaska Legislature, Jalmar Kerttula had a passion for his adopted state, and a special place in his heart for Cordova.

Birth: Daisy Moon DeLozier

Kayley and Danny DeLozier of Cordova announce the birth of their daughter Daisy Moon DeLozier.

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Around Town: Application deadline, Navy training meetings, picture day

Find out how salmon cross the road in a free virtual presentation with Copper River Watershed Project’s Program Director Kate Morse at noon Friday, Jan. 15 on Zoom.

Law & Order: Dec. 25-31

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between Dec. 25-31. 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: Dec. 25-31

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between Dec. 25-31. 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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