“I was born in 1932, so I’m an artifact,” Bella Hammond wisecracked as she stood in front of the iconic log home her husband, the late Gov. Jay Hammond, built on the shores of Lake Clark.
Heidi Ritter bids a fond farewell to Cordova.
Alaska has spent almost $500 million in public money on an unsustainable, unrealistic engineering project, writes Larry Persily.
Instead of looking for real solutions to Alaska's problems, legislators have chosen to bilk the people out of their PFD, writes Clem Tillion.
After months of stalling from Gov. Mike Dunleavy, the recall effort is picking up steam again, write Joe Usibelli Sr. and Vic Fischer.
Reports of price gouging have increased 279 percent since January 2020, according to the latest statistics from the International Association of Better Business Bureaus.
If an outbreak occurs in Cordova's canneries, the local economy will shut back down whether we like it or not, writes Mark Roye.
Dunleavy's aimless leadership has endangered Alaska businesses, writes Aaron Welterlen.
The Little Cordova Bakery is a small business down on Breakwater Avenue by the Old Harbor. Owner Theresa Carte has taken many precautions to stay in business while keeping her staff, her customers and herself safe.
After weeks of staying closed, re-opening a business can pose its own challenges, writes Sheron Patrick.