Deer pellet counts provide a snapshot of the local deer population.
“I was born in 1932, so I’m an artifact,” Bella Hammond wisecracked as she stood in front of the iconic log home her husband, the late Gov. Jay Hammond, built on the shores of Lake Clark.
On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we as a global community are facing two major crises. One of those is at the forefront of everyone’s mind – COVID-19, but the other crisis is a slowly building disaster and also demands our attention. And while we are still working through the challenges of preparing for a global pandemic there is hope that we have the ability to act in response to a changing climate. That’s why this year’s theme for Earth Day is Climate Action.
Thirty-three years ago, Cordova high schoolers rallied against cuts to ferry service. Sound familiar?
Pebble Limited Partnership misled the public by using Tribal logos, write George Alexie and Thomas Tilden.
The current administration has botched management the Alaska Marine Highway System to an unprecedented degree, writes Mayor Clay Koplin.
Salmon are under critical threat from climate change, writes Marine Stewardship Council Regional Fisheries Director Kate Troll.
It’s important to be safe around wildlife all year long, but spring is a particularly important time.
Editor's note: This commentary was written by contributing authors Barb Jewell, Alex Russin, Sheryl Glasen and Pete Hoepfner.I, along with Cordova School District Superintendent...
Everyone’s invited to help us celebrate 100 years of serving Cordova in our little red church! The church was dedicated on April 20, 1919....
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