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Cordova marks 3rd COVID-19 death

A Cordova woman aged 80 or older died of COVID-19, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

Young goes viral, urging Alaskans to vaccinate

"I got vaccinated to protect my family, my staff and friends, and I can tell you it is safe and effective," Rep. Don Young said.

Obituary: Paul (Hi Fi) Kristian Gundersen Jr.

Paul (Hi Fi) Kristian Gundersen Jr. passed away Oct. 3.

Researchers say orcas eat well in Salish Sea

University of British Columbia scientists say their research debunks a popular belief that southern resident killer whales swimming in Canadian waters in summer months aren’t finding enough Chinook salmon to feed on.

EPA compares impact of prescribed fire and wildfire

A new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report concludes that while a prescribed fire can reduce the overall size of futures wildfire and associated smoke emissions and smoke-related emissions and make smoke-related health impacts, there are still risks.

ASMI marks 4 decades of marketing Alaska seafood

Commercial fishermen, processors, biologists and others engaged in Alaska’s multi-million-dollar seafood industry will gather virtually Nov. 9-11 for the All-Hands-On-Deck conference, to review the challenges and triumphs of 2021 and plan for the coming year of marketing Alaska seafood worldwide.

DHSS says flu shots are more important than ever

State health officials and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium are teaming up to implore Alaskans to get vaccinated against the flu before the end of October, to help protect individuals and prevent additional stress on the state’s medical providers.

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Cordova marks 3rd COVID-19 death

A Cordova woman aged 80 or older died of COVID-19, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

Cordova marks 2nd COVID-19 death

A Cordova resident died from COVID-19, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

Pink salmon, groundfish harvests boost city’s economy

Cordova’s economy has vastly improved over the past year, thanks in large part to a strong pink salmon and groundfish season in Prince William Sound and strong canned salmon prices, Mayor Clay Koplin said.

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Pollock industry donates fish to help restaurants

Wild Alaska Pollock harvesters and processors have donated fish to owners of Chicago restaurants in a marketing support effort to boost restaurant patronage.

Fish Factor: Most Bristol Bay salmon money won’t circulate in Alaska

The preliminary value to fishermen of the nearly 41 million salmon caught this summer at Alaska’s largest fishery at Bristol Bay is nearly $248 million, 64% above the 20-year average.

Young goes viral, urging Alaskans to vaccinate

"I got vaccinated to protect my family, my staff and friends, and I can tell you it is safe and effective," Rep. Don Young said.

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Salmon Jam organizers look ahead to 2022

Some changes to the Copper River Salmon Jam festival may continue to 2022 and beyond, organizers said.

Cordova Chronicles: Hopes high for another big ski season

With fresh snow already dusting the peaks surrounding Cordova, local skiers and snowboarders are anticipating another big season.

Cordova Chronicles: Hopes high for another big ski season

With fresh snow already dusting the peaks surrounding Cordova, local skiers and snowboarders are anticipating another big season.

Better Business Bytes: Questions to ask before joining an MLM

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many consumers to look for additional sources of income. A trendy solution for job seekers is to join a multi-level marketing company, or MLM.

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Obituary: Paul (Hi Fi) Kristian Gundersen Jr.

Paul (Hi Fi) Kristian Gundersen Jr. passed away Oct. 3.

Birth: Henrik Kijook Evangelista

Henrik Kijook Evangelista was born Thursday, Aug. 12.

Obituary: Audrey Arlene Monroe Van Wagoner

Audrey Arlene Monroe Van Wagoner died peacefully on Oct. 2, 2021 in Payson, Utah.

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Around Town: Watershed fundraiser, marksmanship clinic, web recycling

Copper River Watershed’s annual fundraiser, Eat Wild to Save Wild, is Oct. 2-9. That and more events in Cordova this week in Around Town.

Law & Order: Sept. 20-Oct. 3

The following is a summary of incidents that occurred or were reported to the Cordova Police Department Sept. 20-Oct. 3, 2021. Defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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Law & Order

Law & Order: Sept. 20-Oct. 3

The following is a summary of incidents that occurred or were reported to the Cordova Police Department Sept. 20-Oct. 3, 2021. Defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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