It’s time to set the campaign record straight

By Deborah Bonito For The Cordova TimesGiven the current lack of public trust in our political system and the dangerous lack of honesty and accountability...
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.

Ballot Measure 1 commentary had 10 signers

A commentary in opposition to Ballot Measure 1, written by Randy Bates, which ran in the Oct. 12 edition of The Cordova Times, had...

Alaska’s salmon hatcheries are economic engines

By Mead Treadwell For The Cordova TimesIf you haven’t noticed, there’s a big debate a brewing in Southcentral Alaska about fish hatcheries. The Alaska Board...

Commentary: Invest your vote to protect habitat

In the fateful ways of fortune, we are fortunate to still have clean wild salmon habitat, the fortunate harvest of salmon we’ve come to...

Commentary: Responsible development ensures our economy, keeps fisheries healthy

By Gayla Hoseth, Stephanie Quinn-Davidson and Mike Wood For The Cordova TimesAllow us to introduce ourselves. We are a tribal leader, a scientist and a...

Commentary: Alaska’s habitat management model works

By Randy Bates, Ed Fogels, Kerry Howard, Thomas E. Irwin and Bill Jeffress For The Cordova TimesWe, the signatories, are Alaska fisheries managers, scientists, regulators,...

Commentary: Level of sexual assault, domestic violence is unacceptable

By Debra Call For The Cordova TimesOver the last several years, we have continually heard devastating reports about crime in Alaska. The headlines get worse...

Centuries of tradition: Wild salmon subsistence and trade supports First People of Prince William...

Before western contact, the first people who lived along Prince William Sound and on the Copper River Delta in and around villages included Eyak...

Work together on behavioral health solutions

By Donna Walker For The Cordova TimesWhen we talk about the behavioral health challenges facing our state – whether it’s alcohol addition, opioids, or suicide...
Gov. Bill Walker delivers his fourth State of the State address in Juneau. Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Walker: Medicaid benefits Alaska in many ways

This month marks the third anniversary since I took executive action to expand Medicaid in Alaska. It opened the door to health care for...

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