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Archibald wins election as president of PWSRCAC

Long-time Homer resident Robert Archibald, a Coast Guard veteran who served for years as chief engineer for Crowley Maritime Corp., has been elected president of the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens Advisory Council.

House Bill 203 would penalize unsafe weapons storage

"This bill is not an infringement of Second Amendment rights, and it’s not about taking guns away from anyone," Rep. Steve Thompson said. "It’s about preventing tragic accidents and only gets acted upon if such a tragedy occurs."

House votes to extend ARDORs for a decade

State House members have voted for a bill which would continue operation of the Alaska Regional Development Organization program for another decade.

AMCC Young Fishing Fellows Program applications open

Applications are being accepted through May 24 for the fifth year of the Alaska Marine Conservation Council’s Young Fishing Fellows Program, with positions available in Cordova, Homer and Sitka.

Law & Order: April 30-May 6

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between April 30-May 6. Any charges reported in these press releases are merely accusations and the defendant and/or defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Nominations sought for EVOSTC public advisory committee

Nominations are being sought until June 14 for seven positions on the public advisory committee for the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council.

Ken Taylor takes VP post with Peter Pan Seafood

Seafood industry veteran Ken Taylor has joined Peter Pan Seafood Co., LLC as vice president of purchasing, sales and logistics, announced Rodger May, president and chief growth officer.

2nd PWS shrimp pot fishery opens May 10

A second Prince William Sound shrimp pot season opens Monday, May 10 in commercial fishing area 3, with a gear limit of 30 shrimp pots per vessel, and will close on May 20.

Obituary: Paul Anthony Nicolo

Paul Anthony (Tony) Nicolo died unexpectedly April 11, 2021, in Virginia Beach, Virginia, where he lived for the past six years.

Tribes urge Canadian miners to divest from Donlin gold project

Tribal entities on Alaska’s Kuskokwim River Delta are asking a major Canadian mining company to withdraw financial support from development of the Donlin Gold project at the headwaters of the Kuskokwim River.



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