New refuse dumpster truck purchase on hold

Plans to replace a 17-year-old refuse dumpster truck have been placed on hold after the consideration of bids was referred to staff during the...

Renowned Alaska chef returns to Cordova

Laura Cole, owner and head chef of 229 Parks in Denali National Park & Preserve, will prepare a special menu for the Wild Harvest...

Cordova festival celebrates fungus

Autumn approaches on Prince William Sound and the welcome mat is out for participants in the 12th annual Cordova Fungus Festival, Aug. 30-Sept. 2,...

Stutes wins House District 32 GOP primary

Incumbent Rep. Louise Stutes, R-Kodiak, toppled Kodiak City Councilman Rich Walker in the Republican primary for House District 32, and will face Democratic challenger...

Dumpster diving bear killed, prompting more safety talks

At 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 8 a barrel trap, set by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, was placed near a dumpster at...

Mark King shares stories of Alaganik’s days gone by

The Alaganik River hummed along as long-time resident and local historian Mark King offered tales of the community’s cultural past.Gaps in the soggy branches...

Commercial shrimp pot fishery closes

Commercial shrimp pot fishing in Prince William Sound has closed for the season, after achieving the guideline harvest level of 67,200 pounds for the...

Hoover’s artwork celebrates fishing ancestry, fish runs

The ever-changing Copper River Gallery now features six large, acrylic-on-wood panel paintings, titled “Bloodline”, created by local Cordovan artist Rachel Hoover.Large white and black...

Eyak language and culture are growing globally

What is a language? Is it alive? Can it die?These are the questions that 29-year-old French linguist Guillaume Leduey asked himself as he became...

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