Heidi Ritter bids a fond farewell to Cordova.
The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between May 1-14 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.
Results of a survey released by the non-profit SalmonState identify lost income due to the COVID-19 pandemic as a leading concern among Alaska’s commercial fishermen.
Update: After weeks of a minimal number of people testing positive for the COVID-19 virus in Alaska a surge in positive test results pushed the statewide total on Wednesday, June 3, to 505 people.
Rep. Louise Stutes delivers updated details on funding provided under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
The “Cordova Cares Bucks” initiative offers the city an opportunity to reward positive behavior as well as punishing negative behavior, said Cathy Renfeldt, executive director for the chamber.
CARES Act funding will go to support business, education, child nutrition and other areas impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Light winds, fog and rain spread over Prince William Sound on the eve of a 12-hour Memorial Day fishery, then turned overcast during the holiday, as the commercial fishing crews netted some 1,467 Chinook and 33,752 sockeye salmon.
Update: After weeks of a minimal number of people testing positive for the novel coronavirus in Alaska, the number of new cases jumped by 18 in two days, pushing the statewide total by Friday, May 29, to 430, with 367 patients now recovered.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy's administration has announced an online platform used to publicly track Alaska's spending is broken, even as the state is managing a budget deficit and federal coronavirus relief aid.