Commentary: Public workers protected by improved telework capabilities

The state is working as quickly as possible to support its employees, writes Kelly Tshibaka.

Commentary: Behavioral health services expand and adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic

Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly changed how Alaskans live, work and play.

Commentary: A fishing trip to Cordova

Colorado-based travel writer Dave Gibson shares his experiencing fishing and exploring around Cordova.

Commentary: Winter schedule is not what we expected to provide

Over the past 18 months, Alaska’s ferry system faced unprecedented challenges: a reduced budget, a strike, unanticipated mechanical and structural issues with five aging ships, and a global pandemic.

Commentary: CRWP salutes Watershed Hero Jason Esler

Jason Esler was deeply devoted to improving the Copper River Watershed environment, writes Nik Merlino.
The Fisherman's Memorial. (Dec. 28, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Working together for a stronger Prince William Sound

Prince William Sound's salmon hatcheries have helped build a thriving and dynamic community, write Clay Koplin and Jeremy O'Neil.

Commentary: When census imposters come knocking

Many residents of Alaska may hear a knock at their door or receive some other type of communication from the U.S. Census Bureau within the next few weeks. Unfortunately, there’s a concern that imposters are vying for your information as well.

Commentary: It’s time to extend eligibility to small businesses for CARES grants

Programs like AK CARES are making a positive difference for everyday Alaskans, write Gov. Mike Dunleavy, Julie Anderson and Alan Weitzner.
The M/V Aurora prepares for its final 2019 passenger run out of Cordova. (Sept. 19, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Alaska Marine Highway System reshaping work group update

The marine highway workgroup is reviewing its options to provide reliable service to Alaska communities, writes Tom Barrett.

Commentary: Adak – This is how Alaska fishing communities die

Corporate fishing interests destroyed the community of Adak's seafood processing industry, writes Steve Minor.

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