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Avalanche danger, bears pose seasonal challenges in Chugach National Forest

Staff of Chugach National Forest are encouraging springtime recreation in Chugach National Forest while reminding those planning to visit the national forest to be aware of the dangers of avalanches and hungry bears searching for food after a long winter hibernating.

Tribal broadband funds totaling $41.5 M head to Alaska

“We know the digital divide is especially pronounced across rural Alaska and in Native villages. Yet, broadband is no longer a luxury; it is a necessity for modern life, providing access to health care, education, and more.”

Good customers are critical to small businesses

Better Business Bureau offers the following tips on how to be an exemplary customer.

Alaska Resource Advisory Council meets May 17

Planned agenda items include updates on conveyances and Public Land Orders, 2022 summer recreation outlook, trapping cabins, trail mapping marking and maintenance, and time for public comments.

DEC confirms avian flu impact on wild birds in multiple locations

“We’ve now confirmed avian flu in several bald eagles on Unalaska in the Aleutian Islands, several Canada geese in the Anchorage area, and a Canada goose in Delta Junction,” Gerlach said. “Additional wild birds were collected by USFWS over the weekend for testing.”

Commentary: Alaska political news coverage stands to improve, thanks to new nonprofit enterprise

Political news coverage in Alaska stands to improve with the opening of an Alaska branch of States Newsroom this month.

Commentary: Join me at the Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference

When I think of Alaska, two words immediately come to mind: innovation, and energy. Alaskans are by necessity often creative problem solvers,...

Denali Park Road opens to Teklanika

National Park Service officials say the Denali Park Road is now open to private vehicle traffic as far as Mile 30, the...

CDC: People are testing positive for avian influenza

A health alert from the Centers for Disease Control confirms that an individual in Colorado who had direct exposure to poultry and...

COVID-19 still spreading throughout most of Alaska

State health officials say the COVID-19 virus is continuing to be widespread in most parts of Alaska, with evidence for increasing cases...



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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