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Citizen’s initiative would update Alaska’s salmon habitat laws

By Ralph Andersen, Robert Heyano and Norm Van Vactor For the Cordova TimesThis fall, Bristol Bay residents need to make some important decisions. Now that...

Behnken: Ballot Measure 1 shifts burden of proof to developers

By Linda Behnken For The Cordova TimesAs a commercial fisherman and Alaska resident, I believe that it is my responsibility to vote in the upcoming...

It’s time to set the campaign record straight

By Deborah Bonito For The Cordova TimesGiven the current lack of public trust in our political system and the dangerous lack of honesty and accountability...

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...

Commentary: Responsible development ensures our economy, keeps fisheries healthy

By Gayla Hoseth, Stephanie Quinn-Davidson and Mike Wood For The Cordova TimesAllow us to introduce ourselves. We are a tribal leader, a scientist and a...

Commentary: Alaska’s habitat management model works

By Randy Bates, Ed Fogels, Kerry Howard, Thomas E. Irwin and Bill Jeffress For The Cordova TimesWe, the signatories, are Alaska fisheries managers, scientists, regulators,...

Commentary: Level of sexual assault, domestic violence is unacceptable

By Debra Call For The Cordova TimesOver the last several years, we have continually heard devastating reports about crime in Alaska. The headlines get worse...

Begich: Protect the Permanent Fund

By Mark Begich For The Cordova TimesAs Alaskans receive their reduced PFD checks this week, it is a reminder of the uncertainty that continues to...

Work together on behavioral health solutions

By Donna Walker For The Cordova TimesWhen we talk about the behavioral health challenges facing our state – whether it’s alcohol addition, opioids, or suicide...

Salmon hatcheries support Alaskans, feed the world

By Casey Campbell and Mike WellsFor The Cordova TimesWhen the Good Friday earthquake shook Alaska in 1964, the damage wasn’t confined to buildings and...




















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