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‘Saturday Soup’ serves up Mexican meatballs, goat chili

“We’ve been having our potlucks at the church for 30-something years, and this is just an extension of that,” Pastor Steve Leppert said.

Proposed Chugach Alaska land exchange could take years

A proposed land exchange involving some 229,000 acres of Chugach Alaska Corp.’s subsurface estate began in earnest with the passage of an omnibus land act in Congress on March 12, 2019, but where it’s headed over the next two to 10 years remains unknown.

Aramark says no to GE salmon

Pressure is mounting against the sale of genetically modified salmon from AquaBounty Technologies, which is poised to sell its first ever harvest of the fish in domestic markets in the first quarter of 2021.

Cordova Chronicles: Saga of the North Cloud

On Feb. 21, 1949, an exhausted and frostbitten seaman staggered into the Civil Aeronautics Administration facilities at the Mile 13 airport...

Law & Order: Jan. 22-28

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between Jan. 22-28. Any charges reported in these press releases are merely accusations and the defendant and/or defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Hearing set for critical habitat for ringed, bearded seals

NOAA Fisheries is accepting public comment through March 9 on proposed critical habitat in the northern Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort seas essential for the lifestyles of Arctic ringed seals and the Beringia distant population segment of bearded seals.

Unprecedented 7 candidates run for school board

“I’m so excited — really, truly!” school board president Barb Jewell said. “I’m excited that this many people are interested and paying attention to education in Cordova.”

Mt. Eccles bomb threat ‘not credible’

A Thursday, Jan. 28 bomb threat phone call to Mt. Eccles Elementary School did not represent a credible danger to students, staff or property, Police Chief Nate Taylor said.

Coast Guard vessel exams coming to Cordova in April

Free no-fault dockside examinations are being offered in Cordova from April 16-24 by commercial fishing vessel examiners from the U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Valdez.

Nominations open for 2021 Volunteer Awards

Nominations are open through April 30 for Alaska’s 2021 First Lady’s Volunteer Awards, a tradition that began with First Lady Bella Hammond in 1975.
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