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Haines, Homer to benefit from EPA environmental education grants 

Environmental education grants awarded to the Takshanuk Watershed Council in Haines and the University of Alaska Anchorage will allow collaborative partnerships in Haines and...

Copper River drift gillnet fishery delivers 1.1M fish 

Harvest from the Copper River drift gillnet fishery grew to 1.1 million salmon this week, predominantly sockeyes, and the overall Prince William Sound catch...

Alaska Salmon Runs welcomes Navy Band Northwest 

By Kristin Carpenter  Coming up on July 20 the Alaska Salmon Runs will see the 38th year of local and visiting runners making their way...

Recycling firm will pick up fishing nets this summer

For harvesters in Cordova interested in recycling those huge, old commercial fishing nets, there are still two opportunities to do so before the season...

Local summer camps fill childcare gaps

It’s a question parents face every year: How do you find childcare when school is out for the summer?  For Cathy Renfeldt, the executive director...

Copper River salmon promotions hit social media 

A collaborative summer marketing campaign to educate the public all about wild Alaska salmon from Prince William Sound and Bristol Bay is underway on...

Citizen scientists volunteer their time to photograph rock

Along the shoreline of Knight Island, in a cove called Snug Harbor, sits a rock.  David Janka knows this rock very well. He plans to...
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Copper River drift gillnet fishery delivers 1.1M fish 

Harvest from the Copper River drift gillnet fishery grew to 1.1 million salmon this week, predominantly sockeyes, and the overall Prince William Sound catch...

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Copper River drift gillnet fishery delivers 1.1M fish 

Harvest from the Copper River drift gillnet fishery grew to 1.1 million salmon this week, predominantly sockeyes, and the overall Prince William Sound catch...

Haines, Homer to benefit from EPA environmental education grants 

Environmental education grants awarded to the Takshanuk Watershed Council in Haines and the University of Alaska Anchorage will allow collaborative partnerships in Haines and...

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Copper River drift gillnet fishery delivers 1.1M fish 

Harvest from the Copper River drift gillnet fishery grew to 1.1 million salmon this week, predominantly sockeyes, and the overall Prince William Sound catch...

A ‘walk-off’ to remember 

Once a uniquely American sport, baseball has grown in popularity all over the world. Countless nationalities are represented on major league rosters these days.  That popularity extends right here to Cordova.  Just as the first Copper...

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A remembrance for Gerald 

By Misa Webber  It was the summer of 2011. That’s right, the year after 2010. The...

A celebration of life for Gerald Peter Masolini

By Amanda Williams and Robert Masolini   A celebration of life for Gerald Peter Masolini will take...

In memoriam: Helen Matson Armstrong

By Kim Scanlan  Oct. 17, 1932 – Jan. 20, 2024  It is with a great deal of...

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