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Area commercial harvest reaches over 438,000 salmon

When state fisheries biologists shut down the Copper River commercial salmon for two 12-hour openers on June 3 and June 8 retail markets in...

NOAA reports to Congress on monitoring of seafood imports 

Federal fisheries officials combatting illegal, unreported and unregulated fisheries are working to expand partnerships to perform intelligence-led investigations to target future suspected violations, while...

Comment extension deadline requested on GOA Chinook salmon litigation

State fisheries officials have asked National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to extend the deadline for comments on a petition from a Seattle-based environmental group...

Copper River fisheries catch nears 267,000 fish 

Copper River commercial fishery harvests climbed to some 266,475 fish through the fourth 12-hour opener on May 30, with the Alaska Department of Fish...

Chamber’s six-year effort brings cruise ship to Cordova

An extended effort by the Cordova Chamber of Commerce to boost cruise tourism got off to a smooth start last Monday, with visitors from...

NOAA study begins of whether Chinook salmon need ESA protections 

A federal study is underway to determine if Endangered Species Act protections are warranted for Gulf of Alaska Chinook salmon. Such protection for the...

Copper River commercial sockeye harvest surges, prices drop 

An abundance of fresh caught Copper River sockeye salmon showed up in retail markets in advance of the Memorial Day weekend holiday, and was...
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Area commercial harvest reaches over 438,000 salmon

When state fisheries biologists shut down the Copper River commercial salmon for two 12-hour openers on June 3 and June 8 retail markets in...

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Chamber’s six-year effort brings cruise ship to Cordova

An extended effort by the Cordova Chamber of Commerce to boost cruise tourism got off to a smooth start last Monday, with visitors from...

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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