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Fisherman medevaced from northeast of Cold Bay

A 45-year-old crew member aboard the F/V Alaska Ocean who suffered a crush injury to his arm was medevaced by the Coast Guard some 30 miles northeast of Cold Bay on Sunday Feb. 21.

Law & Order: Feb. 5-18

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between Feb. 5-18. 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.

Alaskans Own subscription service aids fishery conservation

Alaskans Own seafood shares program, now in its 12th year, is signing up new customers in Fairbanks, Anchorage, Sitka, Juneau and Seattle for monthly deliveries that benefit fishery conservation efforts and seafood donations.

Interactive forums are back for virtual ComFish 2021

ComFish Alaska is back in virtual format for a second year from Kodiak, with technical upgrades facilitating interactive fisheries forums.

Sullivan is ranking GOP member on 2 Senate subcommittees

Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, has been named as the ranking Republican member of two Senate subcommittees in the 117th Congress, one on fisheries and the other on armed services.

Police chief apologizes for role in outbreak

"I know I have breached a trust placed in me by this city and I will work tirelessly to earn that trust back," Police Chief Nate Taylor wrote in a public statement. "I love this town, I love the people, and I love what I do. I am wishing a speedy recovery to everyone affected, and... am deeply sorry for my role in this outbreak."

Delay revoking land orders irks Alaska congressional delegation

A Biden administration decision to postpone the revocation of public land orders signed by Trump administration Interior Secretary David Bernhardt is drawing criticism from Alaska’s congressional delegation, for its potential impact on resource development.

Chugach Alaska names Fenza president, COO

Chugach Alaska Corp. has announced the appointment of Daniel Fenza as president and chief operating officer, effective March 1.

Governor isolates after contact with COVID-positive person

Gov. Mike Dunleavy is in self-isolation at home in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley after learning that he was exposed to an individual who later tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Grand dame of Alaska politics passes

Katie Hurley, who served as chief clerk of the Alaska Constitutional Convention in the 1950s, and became known as the grand dame of Alaska politics, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 21, in Portland, Ore.



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