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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.

Fick joins ABSC

Tyson Fick, who has led communications efforts for the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute for several years, will become the executive director of Alaska Bering...

Aspen named to advisory committee

Cordova resident Sandra Aspen was recently reappointed to the public seat on the Controlled Substances Advisory committee for a term running through Nov. 25,...

Law & Order: Oct. 21-28

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 10-22-16 thru 10-27-16. Any charges reported in these press releases are merely accusations...

EPA settles with Shoreside Petroleum for clean air violations

Shoreside Petroleum Inc. has paid $89,000 in penalties for violating federal clean air rules, designed to prevent toxic air pollution at the company’s fuel...

SeaShare donates 170,000 salmon servings

SeaShare, the Washington State non-profit dedicated to bringing seafood to food banks, has donated 170,000 servings of salmon to food banks in Washington D.C....

Commentary: Duncan Fields and Alaska’s independent moment

Commentary By Forrest DunbarFor The Cordova TimesDuncan Fields is a longtime champion of small-boat fishermen in Alaska and is the former Republican District Chair...

Fish friendly culvert coming to the Copper River Highway

By Kristin CarpenterFor The Cordova TimesConstruction is scheduled to begin in early November for replacing a culvert on the Copper River Highway at Mile...

Letters to the Editor: Nov. 4

Re-elect Stutes I have been an active fisherman In Kodiak from an early age. It has always been the competition, the comraderie, and the dangerous...

Be bear aware in Southcentral Alaska

Bears may be active any month of the year, particularly if they have access to food, and that, along with relatively mild weather so...

Upcoming state meeting addresses finfish

Forty-seven proposals regarding Lower Cook Inlet finfish are on the agenda for the Alaska Board of Fisheries meeting Nov. 30-Dec. 3 at the Alaska...

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