Commentary: A call to fishermen

Commentary By Alexus KwachkaFor The Cordova TimesThings are getting sideways out there in the ocean. Nearly every fisherman who has motored in recent years...

Commentary: Walker’s Climate Committee is a campaign gimmick

As Gov. Bill Walker’s Climate Action Leadership Group (CALG) is releasing its final report/recommendations shortly Alaskans should not be fooled into thinking this is new or...
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Commentary: Oceans reflect the health of the planet

Commentary by Reps. Suzanne Bonamici (D-Ore.) and Don Young (R-Alaska) For The Cordova TimesOceans cover more than 70 percent of our planet and are home...

Commentary: Opposition to mine comes from Alaskans

By Ralph Andersen, Norm Van Vactor, Jason Metrokin and Alannah Hurley Guest CommentaryThe scoping period for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ review of the...

Commentary: Cannabis is less harmful than alcohol or tobacco

Commetary By Billie ThomsonFor The Cordova TimesIn response to the letter to the editor opinion regarding “Would a marijuana store affect Cordova youth?”, I...

Salmon hatcheries support Alaskans, feed the world

By Casey Campbell and Mike WellsFor The Cordova TimesWhen the Good Friday earthquake shook Alaska in 1964, the damage wasn’t confined to buildings and...

Commentary: Walker kills Denali wildlife buffer deal

By Rick Steiner For The Cordova TimesGov. Bill Walker just let a lot of Alaskans down. After years of negotiation with Alaska wildlife scientists and...

Stand for Salmon puts science-based standards in statutes

Commetary by Frank Rue For The Cordova TimesI have been thinking long and hard about the salmon habitat ballot initiative that will be on Alaska’s...
Snug in the harbor: The majority of Cordova’s gillnet fleet have put their boats away for the winter in the Cordova Boat Harbor, wrapping up the 2017 commercial salmon fishing season. Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times

Commentary: Will Alaska learn from salmon’s history?

By David MontgomeryFor The Cordova Times Fifteen years ago, when I researched and wrote the book “King of Fish: The Thousand Year Run of Salmon”,...

Commentary: Standing for salmon means standing up for jobs

By Marie Rose For The Cordova TimesDear Alaska Fishermen:A thick skin is required for this business. Direct competition is part of the job. To survive...

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