Margaret Bauman

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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 mbauman@thecordovatimes.com.

Lawsuit challenges salmon stream water rights decision

An appeal filed in the Alaska Superior Court in Anchorage challenges a state decision denying a citizen group’s request to reserve water in streams...

Low turnout on Chugach National Forest plan meeting

In the wake of a Sept. 27 open house in Cordova on future plans for Chugach National Forest, Native Village of Eyak tribal liaison...

Silvers still running as season ebbs

Those silvers just keep on coming.As September and the commercial season for wild salmon harvests ebbs, fishermen are still harvesting coho salmon in the...
Gov. Bill Walker delivers his fourth State of the State address in Juneau. Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Actions to confront climate change announced by state

State officials say they plan some immediate steps to confront climate change, from lowering emissions and energy costs to addressing villages at risk from...

King Cove electricity is now 80 percent hydro

Electricity in King Cove costs 30 cents a kilowatt hour, thanks to two hydroelectric facilities, which have together boosted the city’s annual energy production...

Gillam remembered for his humanitarian gifts

To many Alaskans, and those far beyond in the global world of finance, Bob Gillam was best known as the founder of McKinley Capital...

Kotzebue man charged in murder of Ashley Johnson-Barr

A 41-year-old Kotzebue man has been charged with murder and sex crimes in the death of a young girl who went missing and whose...

PWS catch at 29 M salmon

Commercial fishing for silver salmon is drawing to a close in Prince William Sound, with the catch hovering around 29 million salmon overall, and...

Feds, state apologize for migratory bird harvest prohibitions

A formal written apology acknowledging hurtful impacts of past subsistence bird harvest prohibitions is paving the way for a much more congenial working relationship...
Gov. Bill Walker delivers his fourth State of the State address in Juneau. Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Walker, Mallott oppose Kavanaugh confirmation

Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott, citing issues with health care, labor and tribal self-determination, voiced their opposition on Sept. 20 to...






















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