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This Week in Photos: Honor Guard at PWSSC

“A lot of Native people are either Raven or Eagle, so to have these two poles here is going to really represent a lot of people in this town,” Webber said.

City Council gets update on alpine ski season

“There was lots of interest and lots of participation. There were a lot of young folks learning how to ski. Every day that we could we opened it up,” beamed Reggiani.

Photo reflections on the Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival

Locals and visitors from across the world celebrated the migration of millions of shorebirds on the first weekend of May during the 32nd annual Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival.

New mobile app offers increased accessibility of Bristol Bay Native place names

The free Geographic Information System (GIS) map-based app, available in the iOS App Store, allows users to click on locations throughout Bristol Bay to learn their names in languages including Alutiiq/Sugpiaq, Dena’ina, and Yup’ik.  Users can also listen to audio pronunciations of many names and test their knowledge with quizzes.

Disaster declared for Manley Hot Springs

A declaration of a disaster emergency has directed all state agencies to respond.

ConocoPhillips Alaska reports first quarter 2022 net income of $584M

ConocoPhillips Alaska reported net income of $584 million for the first quarter of 2022.The oil company also declared...

CORRECTION: Alaska Federal Grants

Correction from the May 6 edition of The Cordova Times

ACAT reports on PFA contamination in Anchorage, Fairbanks

There has been growing concern from neighbors about potential PFAS contamination in local lakes and groundwater,” said Pamela Miller, executive director of ACAT, on Monday, May 9. “We had several requests for independent testing of wells and lakes and the results were surprising.”

Archibald leads new board of PWSRCAC

They also elected Amanda Bauer as vice president, Bob Shavelson as secretary and Wayne Donaldson as treasurer.

Trident will keep Wrangell plant closed another year

As in the past two years, the company cited weak chum salmon returns for its decision not to run the plant.



Law & Order: May 9-15

The following is a summary of incidences that occurred or were reported to the Cordova Police Department May 9 through May 15, 2022. Defendant(s) are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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