Letter to the Editor
Gov. Mike Dunleavy's heavy-handed budget cuts will cause damage reaching all the way to Texas, writes Mark Roye.
A proposed 6 percent surtax on marijuana threatens local business, writes Melina Meyer.
Residents should attend the Dec. 4 Cordova City Council meeting to offer their perspectives on the budget, writes City Manager Helen Howarth.
The Cordova Trap and Gun Club Committee thanks the participants and sponsors who made their Nov. 17 turkey shoot possible, writes Dan Logan.
When Anita Smyke helped acquire a new piano for the North Star Theatre, she made a major contribution to Cordova's arts scene, writes Mary Anne Bishop.
Coverage of the Oct. 17 Unalaska plane crash falsely claimed to represent the viewpoints of all members of the Cordova high school swim team, writes Kaleb Carrillo.
The AMHS is unable to "think outside the box" to solve the ferry crisis, writes Mark Roye.
Andrey Plisko, who died following an Oct. 8 vehicle accident, was an accomplished diver and veteran of the Russian military, writes Plisko's friend Rick Rose.
Low student scores are the result of flawed tests and an inferior public school curriculum, writes William Deaton.
Now is the time to develop renewable resources, not to expand oil drilling, writes the Rev. Belle Mickelson.