City steps down virus updates

The city will no longer issue daily updates on coronavirus numbers. Instead, weekly updates will be issued on Fridays.

It’s been a year: After 12 months, Cordovans reflect on life under COVID

March 2021 marked the one-year anniversary of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Since then, Cordova has closed, reopened and readjusted too many times to count.

Cordova reports 1 travel-related virus case

Cordova reported one travel-related resident novel coronavirus case Tuesday, March 23.

Pandemic puts pause on on-site use for some Alaska pot shops

"I think maybe even bulk amounts of purchasing were happening," Dan Peters said. "I just assume that people are stuck at home and needed things to do... That’s something fun that doesn’t cause too much trouble."

Surveys of highway damage resume after COVID delays

A project to identify infrastructure problems on the Copper River Highway is back on track after the coronavirus pandemic delayed surveying work during 2020.

Despite cruise industry woes, Fairbanks is upbeat on tourism

Word that Delta Air Lines is adding new routes to Alaska this summer is boosting hopes that more independent travelers will visit Alaska this summer, as the travel industry seeks to work with both large and small tour operators.

Cordova reports 1 resident virus case

Cordova reported 1 resident novel coronavirus case Friday, March 19.

Job availability slides as pandemic continues

New data from the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development shows that the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the economy, with January employment down 7.4% over a year ago.

Cordova reports 1 non-resident virus case

Cordova reported one new, non-resident, case of the novel coronavirus Wednesday, March 17.

Over 100 people diagnosed with COVID-19 daily in Alaska

Slowly but surely, the number of new COVID-19 infections keep rising, even as more people are vaccinated against the virus and state and local social distancing restrictions are eased in an effort to revive Alaska’s faltering economy.



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