Alaska set a record high of 1,735 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, Sept. 23, with five new cases of the pandemic virus in the Copper River Census Area, as the state’s largest hospital continued operating under crisis standards of care.
Cordova Electric Cooperative has joined with several other electric cooperatives, the Alaska Federation of Natives, and others in suing the Dunleavy administration over the current lack of funding critical for subsidizing energy costs in rural Alaska.
Frogs and salamanders in the Chugach and Tongass national forests are being targeted by a microscopic fungus that settles on their skin, impeding their ability to absorb water and oxygen. Unlike the fungi foraged during Cordova’s annual Fungus Festival, this fungus can be a killer for many frogs and salamanders.
Northern Edge, the biennial U.S. Indo-Pacific Command joint exercise in the far north, will be back in the Gulf of Alaska May 3-14, and for now, at least, military officials are keeping details under wraps.
Tourism, industrial services and telecommunications are the investment mainstays of Old Harbor Native Corp. However, it’s the Old Harbor Alliance’s growing herd of bison on Sitkalidak Island that underscores the cultural importance of a sustainable food source.
Salmon remains found in the scat of Pacific great blue herons nesting in British Columbia’s Salish Sea region put doctoral student Zackary Sherker on the track of a key predator of juvenile Chinook and coho salmon.
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