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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

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New oil spill response barge works with the Cordova fleet

By W. Scott Pegau For The Cordova TimesAt the beginning of May, a few boats from Cordova got the opportunity to begin working with the...

Commentary: Get involved in CDFU

By Zeke Brown, F/V Viking Maid & F/V Cape FearFor The Cordova TimesAs commercial fishermen there are many things outside of our control; weather...

Commentary: School board ponders education needs

By Barb Jewell For The Cordova TimesOver the past two years Cordova School District has worked on developing and implementing a strategic plan aimed at...

Opioids: Life threatening, but preventable condition addiction

By Dr. Jay Butler For The Cordova TimesAnother opioid overdose death. Another drug-related crime. Another billion dollars spent on ineffective treatments. News about the opioid...

Register for the Shorebird Festival

By Melissa Gabrielson & Caitlin Lenahan For The Cordova TimesRegistration is still open for the Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival, coming up May 3-6.  There...

Cordovans rally for Earth Day

By Rev. Belle Mickelson For The Cordova TimesLast Sunday, a contingent of Cordovans walked down Main Street behind a banner that read, “Stand with the...

Celebration of Life: Remembering Robert ‘Sully’ Sullivan

By Rocky Stone For The Cordova TimesOn March 17, St. Patrick’s Day, the Telluride Ski Patrol spread Sully’s ashes over Sully’s Gully in Telluride, Colorado.This...

HB 54 offers compassion for terminally ill

Commentary By Barbara McDaniel For The Cordova TimesEditor’s note: HB 54, an act providing an end-of-life option for terminally ill individuals, recently had a hearing...

Celebrate 20 years with the Copper River Watershed Project at the Wild Food Feast

Wild foods, wild foods, wild foods.Forage, forage, forage.Harvest, harvest, harvest.We’re rapidly approaching that time of the year when this mantra is weaving its way...
Snug in the harbor: The majority of Cordova’s gillnet fleet have put their boats away for the winter in the Cordova Boat Harbor, wrapping up the 2017 commercial salmon fishing season. Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times

Commentary: Will Alaska learn from salmon’s history?

By David MontgomeryFor The Cordova Times Fifteen years ago, when I researched and wrote the book “King of Fish: The Thousand Year Run of Salmon”,...











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