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The Cordova Times is Prince William Sound's oldest newspaper, publishing since 1914. Send story ideas and news tips to news@thecordovatimes.com.

School asks drivers to leave highway pullout free for buses

School officials have asked drivers to refrain from stopping in the 6.5-mile pullout on the Copper River Highway during times when school buses might need to use the pullout to turn around.

Around Town: Wellness fair, Quarantine Dreams and Bob Ross month

The final days of the Child & Family Wellness Fair are this weekend. And deadline for "Quarantine Dreams" artist submissions is Sunday. Those and more in this week's Around Town.

Residential care facilities to get COVID-19 funds

State health officials say they are ready to begin distribution of approximately $4 million in CARES Act funds to residential congregate care facilities to help cover additional expenses incurred as a direct result of the global novel coronavirus pandemic.

Birth: Daisy Moon DeLozier

Kayley and Danny DeLozier of Cordova announce the birth of their daughter Daisy Moon DeLozier.

Around Town: Secret Santa, Quarantine Dreams, Bob Ross month

November is “Have a Happy Little” Bob Ross month at the Cordova Museum. Plus the museum is accepting submissions for an upcoming "Quarantine Dreams" exhibit. Find out what else is happening in this week's Around Town.

Racial diversity, equity identified as UA priorities

University of Alaska regents say they have set a high priority on addressing barriers, challenges and opportunities to improve participation and outcomes for Alaska Native and indigenous students, faculty and staff.
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Legislation would allow more land for SE Alaska Native communities

Legislation introduced in Congress would allow five Alaska Native communities in Southeast Alaska to form urban corporations and receive land entitlements under the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.

Comment now on CARES Act fisheries assistance

Comments are being taken through Monday, Nov. 15, on the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s latest CARES Act fisheries assistance draft spend plan, with eligibility criteria for all eligible sectors of the seafood industry.

Sealaska acquires British seafood processor, supplier

Sealaska, the regional Alaska Native corporation whose food companies include Seattle-based Orca Bay Foods, has acquired London-based New England Seafood International Limited (NESI).

Birth: Elsa Louise Babic

Emaleah and Mathew Babic of Cordova announce the birth of their daughter Elsa Louise Babic.

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