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Review: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Shot in lustrous black-and-white, “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” takes obsessive attention to detail in laying out its nightmarish urban fantasy world.

$900B omnibus appropriations package benefits state

There’s something for everyone in the $900 billion, 12-bill federal appropriations package that became law on Dec. 27, from fisheries and transportation to public safety and a number of Native and rural programs nationwide, including Alaska.

Dunleavy proposes splitting DHSS into two agencies

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has proposed to reorganize the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services into two separate agencies to streamline and improve delivery of critical services.

Around Town: Moose hunt, Race Across Alaska, Citizen of the Year

The 2021 Federal Subsistence Unit 6C moose hunt drawing application deadline is Jan. 15. Those who qualify as permanent residents of Unit 6A, 6B or 6C (Cordova) by September 1, 2021 may apply. Forms with full info are available on the door outside the Forest Service office at 612 2nd Street at the Cordova Ranger District.

59th virus case is non-resident

Cordova reported its 59th case of the novel coronavirus Monday, Dec. 28.

Update: New case numbers climbing again in triple digits

Update: Infections of the novel coronavirus in Alaska have reached 46,483, with 374 new cases and two new deaths in Alaska, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported on Wednesday, Dec. 30.

58th virus case is travel-related

Cordova reported its 58th case of the novel coronavirus Wednesday, Dec. 23.