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Conservation measures planned for SE Chinooks

Extensive conservation measures will be in effect through the duration of Chinook salmon runs for the Stikine and Taku rivers in 2019, due to...

Dunleavy names public safety team

Gov. Mike Dunleavy, who has identified improved public safety as a top priority of his administration, has announced appointments for his public safety team.The...

Law & Order: Nov. 23-29

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 11-23-18 thru 11-29-18. Any charges reported in these press releases are merely accusations...

Stranded hunters rescued near St. Lawrence Island

Two hunters from Savoonga stranded on the Punuk Islands east of St. Lawrence Island, 664 miles northwest of Kodiak, were rescued on Nov. 29...

Deaton selected for Senate Page Program

William Deaton, a junior at Cordova Jr./Sr. High School, has been selected to participate in the Senate Page Program with Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska.He...

Davis broke color barrier in Legislature

Former Alaska lawmaker Bettye Davis, who passed away in Anchorage this past week at the age of 80, is remembered by many as a...

Around Town: Little Shop of Horrors, Breakfast with Santa and CHS Christmas Concert

Moonlight MadnessBusinesses throughout Cordova are staying open late on Friday nights leading up to Christmas,offering sales, specials,...

UBC study identifies destructive fisheries

A University of British Columbia study says industrial fisheries who rely on bottom trawling threw 437 million tons of fish worth $560 billion overboard...

Good fishing community neighbors are hard to come by

Researchers who conducted a study of 89 East Africa fishing communities say they found good neighbors who agree with common proposals to improve shared...
Prince William Sound by Cinthis Gibbins-Stimson

Applications due for fisheries monitoring program

Applications are due by Jan. 31 for the Office of Subsistence Management 2020 Partners for Fisheries Monitoring Program to strengthen Alaska Native and rural...
























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