Gov. Bill Walker signs the Alaska Tribal Child Welfare Compact while Department of Health and Social Services Commissioner Valerie Davidson looks on. Photo courtesy of the office of Gov. Bill Walker

NVE among signers of tribal child welfare compact

A historic child welfare compact between state government and tribes takes effect in Alaska in mid-December.The Alaska Tribal Child Welfare Compact, inked at the...

Shorebird Festival begins May 3

The 2018 Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival, May 3-6, invites attendees to witness the delights of the shorebird migration through local and international artwork....

Yeti Crabs gain national competition experience

The Yeti Crabs are back from the National Ocean Sciences Bowl, no titles in hand, but with a wealth of stories to tell, new...

Annual Cordova Clean-Up Day is April 15

Cordova Cleanup Day is looking for volunteers to don plastic gloves, grab garbage bags, and help clean up their city on April 15.The cleanup...

Clifford “Mick” Johns, 69, died on the Copper River Flats May 25, doing what...

Clifford “Mick” Johns, a well-known, well-respected Cordova fishing veteran, died March 25, while commercial gillnet fishing at Pete Dahl Slough on the Copper River...

Reggiani’s retirement effective on June 2

Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corp. has issued a brief statement announcing the retirement of Dave Reggiani, after 16 years as general manager, effective June...

Ikumat dancers sell raffle tickets to fund festival trip

Cordova’s Ikumat Native Dancers are selling 300 raffle tickets to fund travel for several members of the group to participate in “A Time to...

Use caution celebrating on July 4

State Fire Marshal Michael Warzewick is asking all Alaskans to use caution with fireworks on July 4, because they can cause devastating burns, other...

Medic is devoted to saving lives in her hometown

Veteran Cordova first responder Becki Shipman, captain of Emergency Medical Services with the Cordova Volunteer Fire Department, has mastered a new round of medical...

Washout on Power Creek Road exposes hydro transmission line

Nearly six inches of rain over a three-day period caused a washout on Power Creek Road Aug. 13, unearthing about 50 feet of buried hydroelectric...

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