Margaret Bauman

Margaret Bauman
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Margaret Bauman is a veteran Alaska journalist focused on covering fisheries and environmental issues. Bauman has been writing for The Cordova Times since 2010. You can reach her at [email protected].

Budget cuts leave Cordova School District facing tough choices

Cordova School District officials were meeting last week to begin making tough budget choices after legislators failed to override Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s veto of...

Federal courts face another Groundhog Day in the Pebble mine saga 

It’s Groundhog Day all over again in the federal court system over the fate of a proposed copper, gold and molybdenum mine in an...
A float plane touches down on the water in King Salmon, Alaska. Photo by Jeremy Bishop/Unsplash

Baywide inshore run forecast is 37.9M sockeye salmon 

State fisheries biologists are forecasting a run of 37.9 million fish coming into Bristol Bay this summer, with a potential inshore surplus of 25...

Trident Seafoods in process of closing sales on three plants 

Officials with Trident Seafoods say they are close to finalizing sales of seasonally operated processing facilities at False Pass, Petersburg and Ketchikan, saying these...

BSA boost in legislation sent to governor poses challenge for Cordova School District 

Educators statewide, including the Cordova School District (CSD), are somewhat on hold in budget development for the coming year, waiting to see whether Gov....

Seavey makes history with sixth Iditarod championship 

Dallas Seavey made history at 5:16 p.m. on Tuesday, running under the burled arch at Nome to claim his sixth championship in the Iditarod...

Trident calls for support of Outlaw Ocean Project 

Trident Seafoods CEO Joe Bundrant has come out in full support of a non-profit journalism organization that investigates human rights, labor, and environmental concerns...

Federal judge to rule on reduction in trawler halibut bycatch 

A U.S. District court judge is expected to issue a decision this spring on a lawsuit filed by the Groundfish Forum challenging a National...

BOF declines to lower hatchery production levels 

CDFU: Healthy salmon runs are testament to sound management by the state, hatchery operators A proposal to lower hatchery production to its 2000 level went...

Iditarod Trail mushers head out for Nome 

Thirty-eight mushers are off and running with their dog teams in the Last Great Race, the 52nd running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog...
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