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Around Town: Secret Santa, Quarantine Dreams, Bob Ross month

November is “Have a Happy Little” Bob Ross month at the Cordova Museum. Plus the museum is accepting submissions for an upcoming "Quarantine Dreams" exhibit. Find out what else is happening in this week's Around Town.

Fish Factor: PWS fisheries board meeting set for March 30-April 5...

Many Alaska fishermen are likely to be involved in regulatory meetings next spring instead of being out on the water. And Alaska legislators will be distracted by hearings for hundreds of unconfirmed appointments as they tackle contentious budgets and other pressing issues.

Letter to the Editor: Alaska deserves a fair cut of oil...

Alaskans should reject oil corporations' false promises and vote yes on Ballot Measure 1, writes Bill Hall.

DNR says Cassandra Energy project is not in state’s best interest

Alaska Department of Natural Resources officials have reversed their preliminary decision on the proposed Cassandra Energy Corporation’s Gulf of Alaska oil and gas exploration permit application, finding that issuing a permit is not in the best interests of the state.“In these trying times it is extraordinary to receive such a wise decision from Alaska's Department of Natural Resources Division of Oil and Gas,” said Carol Hoover, executive director of the Eyak Preservation Council. “The city of Cordova, the Cordova community, the fisherman, all spoke up and their voices were heard. As was their respect for all of the wild salmon and creatures that thrive in these pristine wild watersheds.”

Canada, First Nations reach fisheries reconciliation agreement

An agreement between the Canadian government and Coastal First Nations aims to advance economic opportunities and collaborative governance, as well as expansion of community-based...

Commentary: Time to Speak Out

By Joseph E. Usibeli Sr. and Peggy ShumakerFor The Cordova TimesUp until now, we...

Birth: Eleanor Rose Andrew-Jaguey

Jose Avila Jaguey and Kristy Andrew of Cordova announce the birth of their daughter Eleanor Rose Andrew-Jaguey. Eleanor arrived at 6:03 p.m. on Monday,...

Commentary: PFD fight pits Alaskans against each other

By Tim BradnerFor The Cordova TimesLike many Alaskans, I’m dismayed at how the debate...

Around Town: Volleyball clinic, Saturday Market, basketball camp

Volleyball ClinicAll-American and All-Big Ten award recipient Steph Chapek is coming to Cordova to host a volleyball clinic in...

Bill would help tribes combat homelessness

Bipartisan legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate in late July would make it possible for tribes and tribally designated housing entities to access funds...

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