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Passenger Ryan Blackadar aboard the M/V Aurora. (Sept. 19, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Matanuska ferry coming back into service

State ferry passengers in Southeast Alaska will regain service on the Matanuska on Dec. 2, while the Malaspina is unmanned for long-term layup.
Research assistant Caitlin McKinstry counts zooplankton under a microscope. (Oct. 14, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Senate bill includes millions for ocean acidification research

Bipartisan legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate would authorize millions of dollars through 2024 for ocean acidification research, including partnerships between the seafood industry and academic institutions.
David Allan Oltman.

Obituary: David Allan Oltman

David Allan Oltman died unexpectedly in Dutch Harbor, Alaska on Oct. 17 at the age of 38.

Law & Order: Oct. 11-24

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between Oct. 11-24, 2019. 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.
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Job growth up by 0.6 percent

Employment rose by an estimated 0.6 percent in September, or 2,000 jobs over September 2018, state labor officials say.
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NPRB advisory, science panels have seats to fill

Nominations are being accepted through Dec. 2 by the North Pacific Research Board for one seat on its advisory panel representing the Gulf of Alaska, and two science panel seats representing social science and/or indigenous scholarship.
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Regional Department of Defense center proposed for Alaska

“With the growing prominence of the Arctic in global geopolitical and strategic affairs, now is the time to give the DoD the tools it needs to foster the research and dialogues that will be critical to our nation’s national security," says Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska.
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EPA awards $200,000 for Alaska job training

Zender Environmental Health and Research Group and the Alaska Forum on the Environment will share a $200,000 grant for workforce development and job training announced Oct. 24 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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Collins-LaMonica announce marriage

Kim Collins, daughter of Rich and Debbie Collins, and Dana LaMonica, daughter of Steve LaMonica and Cindy Dore were married on Saturday, Sept. 14.
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Study: irregular heartbeat more common among American Indians

A new study published by the American Heart Association says irregular heartbeat or atrial fibrillation occurred more often among American Indians than other racial and ethnic groups.



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