19.4 F
Cordova, AK
Monday, July 16, 2018
The Copper River Watershed Project carries Copper River Seafoods’ smoked and jarred Sockeye and Coho salmon for gift needs. Smoked Coho is $10/jar; smoked Sockeye is $12.50/jar, some of the best prices in town! Photo courtesy Copper River Watershed Project/For The Cordova Times

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