Stand for Alaska fined for violations

The Alaska Public Offices Commission has fined Stand for Alaska – Vote No on One a reduced fine of $1,925 for failure to comply...

Court orders clarification on campaign advertising

State Department of Transportation officials have been ordered to clarify how laws restricting outdoor advertising will be applied during the current campaign season to...

CFBB endorses Ballot Measure 1

Commercial Fishermen for Bristol Bay, a national coalition of fishermen, businesses and other fishing industry members, is adding its support for Alaska’s Ballot Measure...

Commentary: Walker’s Climate Committee is a campaign gimmick

As Gov. Bill Walker’s Climate Action Leadership Group (CALG) is releasing its final report/recommendations shortly Alaskans should not be fooled into thinking this is new or...

Commentary: Level of sexual assault, domestic violence is unacceptable

By Debra Call For The Cordova TimesOver the last several years, we have continually heard devastating reports about crime in Alaska. The headlines get worse...

Commentary: Alaska’s habitat management model works

By Randy Bates, Ed Fogels, Kerry Howard, Thomas E. Irwin and Bill Jeffress For The Cordova TimesWe, the signatories, are Alaska fisheries managers, scientists, regulators,...

Commentary: Responsible development ensures our economy, keeps fisheries healthy

By Gayla Hoseth, Stephanie Quinn-Davidson and Mike Wood For The Cordova TimesAllow us to introduce ourselves. We are a tribal leader, a scientist and a...

SEITC backs Stand for Salmon

The Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission, which represents 15 federally recognized tribes of Southeast Alaska, has taken a stand in support of Alaska Ballot...

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...

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...

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LAW & ORDER: June 27-July 3

The following is a summary of incidences that occurred or were reported to the Cordova Police Department June 27 through July 3, 2022. Defendant(s) are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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