Margaret Bauman

Margaret Bauman is a veteran Alaska journalist focused on covering fisheries and environmental issues. Bauman has been writing for The Cordova Times since 2010. You can reach her at

PWS fisheries wind down with catch at 31.2M salmon caught

Opportunity for commercial salmon harvests in 2022 is winding down rapidly, as state fisheries biologists in Cordova wait for survey results to...

EPA extension on decision draws more comment on proposed Pebble mine

A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency decision to extend its decision on whether to finalize proposed restrictions on the proposed Pebble mine in...

EVOSTC advisory panel votes to merge research, habitat funds 

An advisory panel to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council has approved combining  two separate accounts of federal...

Navy releases latest plans for Northern Edge 2023

A final document on the U.S. Navy’s plans for 2023 training exercises in the Gulf of Alaska has been released, for public...

Prince William Sound harvest reaches 30.9 M fish

Commercial salmon harvests in Prince William Sound have exceeded 30 million fish to date for the 2022 season, which began under sunny...

Shepard Point project bid solicitation anticipated in December

A $45.7 million federal transportation grant for road access to a proposed deep-water port at Shepard Point has been awarded to the...

PWS catch jumps by over half a million salmon

Harvesters in Prince William Sound’s commercial fishing districts made several thousand deliveries to processors over the past week, boosting the overall catch to over 3 million salmon, while the statewide total more than doubled to over 37 million fish.

PWS harvest soars above 9M fish

Commercial harvesters in the Prince William Sound region delivered upwards of 371,340 salmon through Tuesday, June 28, while the statewide preliminary harvest exceeded 16 million fish, including deliveries in Bristol Bay, Cook Inlet, Kodiak and the Alaska Peninsula.

International grid experts meet in Cordova July 26-29

An international technology forum for remote power system operators and owners featuring isolated grid experts from Alaska, Canada, Hawaii, Australia and Greenland is coming to Cordova July 26-29.

Copper River reds holding their own in retail prices

Copper River red salmon continued to hold their own in retail prices in mid-June as the Copper River District continued to deliver robust catches to processors and more commercial salmon harvesters in the Alaska Peninsula, the Kodiak area and Cook Inlet added deliveries of thousands of fish.


Police report

Courtesy of the Cordova Police Department  The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 10-10-22...
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