The Cordova Times
A physician specializing in addiction medicine and pain management is facing criminal charges of Medicaid fraud in what the state of Alaska alleges was a lab testing for profit scheme.
An estimated 21,000 farmed Atlantic salmon escaped from the damaged net pen in a fish farm near Port Hardy, British Columbia.
Alaska’s minimum wage rose by 30 cents to $10.19 an hour effective Jan. 1.
Fred “Red” Barnes passed away on Nov. 20, 2019 at home with his family in Cordova, Alaska.
A look back on the struggles, the triumphs and the losses that defined 2019.
Betty Jean Self Deaton was born on Nov. 17, 1930, in Oklahoma City, Okla., and died on Dec. 22, 2019, in Valdez, Alaska.
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Five members of Alaska Department of Fish and Game advisory boards, including Tom Carpenter of Cordova, have been honored with Excellence in Service awards for their leadership on local fish and game advisory committees.
Rasmuson Foundation is accepting applications through March 2 for project awards and fellowships for individual artists, groups and collaboratives.
Preregistration for a Certified Nurse Aid Class at Prince William Sound College, Cordova Campus is now open until Jan. 9. For more information and to sign up, call 907-424-7598.