Gulf of Alaska

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...

CRWP marks a decade of recycling gillnet, seine web

Over the past 10 years, commercial fishermen and community partners in Cordova have helped recycle more than 100 tons of discarded gillnet and seine...
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...
Gov. Bill Walker delivers his fourth State of the State address in Juneau. Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Walker: Bring us together and secure a sustainable financial future for Alaska

Editor’s note: Alaska Gov. Bill Walker has written a letter to the state’s next governor elect, in which he hopes all fellow Alaskans to...

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: One Fish, Two Fish: Are we counting too few fish?

By Jon Warrenchuk Senior Scientist and Campaign Manager, OceanaWhen fish are in short supply, every fish counts. To make every fish count, it’s important to...

10 Alaska Native regional corporations oppose Ballot Measure 1

Submitted by the ANCSA Regional Association on behalf of executives of The Aleut Corp., Arctic Slope Regional Corp., Bering Straits Native Corp., Calista Corp.,...
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...
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...

Put Alaskans first in rebuilding our construction workforce

By Alaska Labor Commissioner Heidi Drygas and Alaska Natural Resources Commissioner Andy MackOur great state is on the edge of a surge of activity....

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