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Council, mayor approve city budget

The Cordova City Council unanimously approved the $14,415,542 Cordova FY2017 operating budget Dec. 21. The new budget goes into effect Jan. 1. The city still faces...

Hearing reset for lawsuit against new Alaska town name

ANCHORAGE — An Alaska judge has rescheduled a court hearing in a lawsuit challenging the new Inupiat Eskimo name of the nation’s northernmost town. The...

Student Council: CHS reconnects with student councils statewide

In early November, I found myself on a plane wondering what exactly I was doing. It’s not like this was a shock (I had...

Workshop focuses on combatting ocean acidification

Growing concern over the impact of ocean acidification on the far north attracted researchers, conservationists and others to the Alaska Ocean Acidification State of...

Council wants another $200,000 cut from city budget

In the face of a city budget deficit of $1.2 million, Mayor Clay Koplin has two words of advice: shop local. There are two simple...

Proposals sought for PWSRCAC youth involvement

The deadline is Dec. 5 to apply for the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council’s spring 2017 request for proposals for youth involvement. The...

Girls on the Run complete 5K

“We believe that every girl can embrace who she is, can define who she wants to be, can rise to any challenge, can change...

Council welcomes Lanning, Pegau, to city government meeting

Cordova’s new city manager, Alan Lanning, marked his official first day of work at City Hall Oct. 17, and two days later, attended his...

Traditional food assessment slated for Chugach region

An inter-tribal fish and wildlife commission whose members include the Native Village of Eyak has received a $20,000 grant to help fund a traditional...

Canada’s AFN chief urges commercial fishing rights

A spokesman for the Assembly of First Nations in Ottawa is calling on Canada to act on the federal government’s commitment to rights recognition,...