Why we stayed in Cordova

By Debra Buchanan-Adams For The Cordova TimesSix years ago, we discovered my late husband, Ken Adams, had “dementia of the Alzheimer’s type.” It’s phrased this...

Treadwell has had a big role in Alaska fisheries

Commentary By Orin Seybert For The Cordova TimesI am a 69-year resident of this wonderful state. I and all 50-some of my children, grand-children and...

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...
Chum salmon returning in November to spawn in the Delta River where it meets the Tanana River, about 10 miles north of the town of Delta Junction. Ned Rozell photos.

Treinen: Why I’m voting ‘Yes for Salmon’

By Chip Treinen For The Cordova TimesAs a commercial fisherman for more than four decades, I am supporting Ballot Measure 1 and voting “Yes for...

Sinnott: Speak out now on Alaska’s wildlife management

By Rick Sinnott For The Cordova TimesHunters come in all shapes and persuasions. And most of us don’t want or need to kill predators in...
Rep. Don Young introduced a house bill called The American Indian Empowerment Act.

Young: Partisanship shouldn’t undermine our fisheries

By Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska For the Cordova TimesPartisan rancor may be standard operating procedure for most of Washington, but let’s not allow it to...

Commentary: The Truth about wildlife management in Alaska

By Sam Cotton Alaska Commissioner of Fish and GameAlaska’s support for the National Park Service’s recently proposed amendments to hunting and trapping practices on national...
Shepard Point, a deep-water access site near Cordova. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved construction of oil spill response facility with access to the all-weather airport at Shepard Point, Native Village of Eyak announced on Oct. 16. Photos courtesy Native Village of Eyak

Summer activity planned at Shepard Point

The Native Village of Eyak and its contractors have begun preparatory work at Shepard Point for the oil spill response facility that will be...

Wild foods draw bears to neighborhoods

Cordova has always been bear country. However, this summer they’ve been making their presence known.Wild foods draw bears close to neighborhoods, but trash and...

Hatcheries provide ocean raised wild salmon for all users

Commentary By Jerry McCune For The Cordova TimesSummer is here, and salmon are returning to Alaska’s rivers. Boats stream out of our harbors while Alaskans...

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