The Cordova Times
VHF-FM communications have been restored within most of Prince William Sound, but western Prince William Sound, Wells Passage, Whittier and Passage Canal are still awaiting repairs.
A growing number of companies concerned about the impact of climate change on the Arctic marine environment have signed a pledge to not ship goods via the Arctic Ocean, Ocean Conservancy said Jan. 7.
A federal judge has sentenced James Michael Wells, 68, to life in federal prison for the April 2012 murders of two employees of the U.S. Coast Guard Communications Station on Kodiak Island.
Public comment is being sought through Feb. 6 for the Alaska Responsible Fisheries Management certification program for the Atka mackerel and rockfish fisheries.
A Cordova District Fishermen United proposal urging a commercial king crab fishery for Prince William Sound will be up for discussion at the statewide king and tanner crab meeting of the Alaska Board of Fisheries March 8-11 in Anchorage.
Dr. Nadine Caron, Canada’s first female First Nations general surgeon, has been appointed to a new University of British Columbia post dedicated to improving cancer outcomes and wellness among Indigenous peoples.
A state juvenile justice who served as superintendent of McLaughlin Youth Center in Anchorage has been sentenced to four years in federal prison, followed by 10 years of supervised release, for possession of child pornography.
The Powder House is hosting a Winter Film Fest & Gear Swap starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11.
Sixty-five defendants were charged in 2019 with unlawful possession of firearms, as the U.S. Attorney’s office for Alaska worked to reduce the amount of violent crime in the state.
Proposed changes to finfish and shellfish regulations for Prince William Sound are being accepted by the Alaska Board of Fisheries through April 10 for consideration in the board’s 2020-2021 meeting cycle.