Q&A with Rep. Louise Stutes, Republican incumbent candidate for Alaska State House District 32

Rep. Louise Stutes Republican incumbent, Kodiak 1. What would you do legislatively to keep the Alaska Marine Highway System fully funded to keep its routes on...

Q&A with Sandra M. Katelnikoff-Lester, nonpartisan candidate for Alaska State House District 32

Sandra M. Katelnikoff-Lester Nonpartisan 1. What would you do legislatively to keep the Alaska Marine Highway System fully funded to keep its routes on schedule and...

Q&A with Dennis Harris, democratic candidate for Alaska State House District 32

Dennis Harris Kodiak, Democrat challenger 1: What would you do legislatively to keep the Alaska Marine Highway System fully funded to keep its routes on schedule...

Fish scientists, managers back Ballot Measure 1

A group of 58 retired state and federal agency scientists, including former U.S Commissioner to the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission Earl Krygier, have...

ANB/ANS backs Begich

The Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Sisterhood have endorsed Democrat Mark Begich for governor at the conclusion of their four-day Grand Camp in...
Senator Mike Dunleavy

NAACP takes issue with education proposal

Gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunleavy’s support of boarding schools for rural communities as a cost saver and educational opportunity is drawing fire from the Anchorage...

Fish Factor: Dunleavy is a no-show for Kodiak fisheries debate

Rack up another empty seat on the Alaska debate stage for Mike Dunleavy.The Republican candidate for Alaska governor bailed out of Kodiak’s traditional fisheries...
Gov. Bill Walker delivers his fourth State of the State address in Juneau. Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Alaska Gov. Walker suspends campaign

Gov. Bill Walker ended his bid for re-election on Oct. 19, in the midst of the annual Alaska Federation of Natives convention in Anchorage...

Citizen’s initiative would update Alaska’s salmon habitat laws

By Ralph Andersen, Robert Heyano and Norm Van Vactor For the Cordova TimesThis fall, Bristol Bay residents need to make some important decisions. Now that...

It’s time to set the campaign record straight

By Deborah Bonito For The Cordova TimesGiven the current lack of public trust in our political system and the dangerous lack of honesty and accountability...

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Law & Order: June 13-19

The following is a summary of incidences that occurred or were reported to the Cordova Police Department June 13 through June 19, 2022. Defendant(s) are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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