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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.

The future of the catching industry

As we roll through late July and into August, it looks like this year’s fishing season is going to be a little more bust...

Museum Memories

Since it’s fishing season, we thought we’d throw out a couple of boat pictures to bring back some memories. There is very little in the...

HB 374 ensures no loss of health insurance coverage

Legislation signed into law on July 18 by Gov. Bill Walker ensures Alaskans will not have to pay more in health insurance premiums.House Bill...

Cordova schools to have subsidized meals

Cordova students will have access to nutritional and subsidized meal at school this year, as the school district is participating in a federal program...

Last look at baseball season

Baseball season was in full swing in the month of June. Families from all around town came together to enjoy another year of baseball...

Cook Inlet lease sale under consideration

A draft environmental impact statement analyzing possible impacts of a potential oil and gas lease sale in Cook Inlet has been completed and federal...

Walker signs bill to promote timber industry

A timber bill signed into law on July 19 will help promote the timber industry in Southeast Alaska and provide lower-cost biomass energy for...

Fisher named to Permanent Fund board

Gov. Bill Walker has appointed Alaska Department of Administration Commissioner Sheldon Fisher to a cabinet member’s seat on the board of the Alaska Permanent...

Customer Appreciation picnic

Copper Valley Wireless personnel Steve Brockman and Theresa McCain greeted patrons July 15, during CVW’s annual customer appreciation picnic at the grassy field. The...

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