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Cordova Chronicles: Saga of the North Cloud, Part I

Dick Shellhorn continues the peril-fraught tale of the North Cloud, a barge that, in 1949, set sail from Cordova into storm-tossed seas.

Federal plan will address missing, murdered indigenous persons

A pilot project to combat cases of missing and murdered indigenous people in Alaska has been launched by the Justice Department to help tribal communities without and with limited law enforcement, with plans to expand it statewide.

Law & Order: Jan. 29-Feb. 4

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between Jan. 29-Feb. 4. 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.

VHF radio system outages reported in Southeast Alaska

Coast Guard officials in Juneau say network issues are causing temporary intermittent outages in VHF radio systems from Yakutat to Ketchikan in Southeast Alaska.

ALFA will host virtual midwinter Fishermen’s EXPO

Educational workshops and training for new and experienced fishermen will be on offer at a virtual midwinter Fishermen’s EXPO, hosted by the Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association and the Alaska Sustainable Fisheries Trust.

Letter to the Editor: Vivian Knop sets the standard

Citizen of the Year Vivian Knop has worked to help Cordova not only as a health care professional, but also as the organizer of events that benefit the entire community, writes Laurie Phillips.

State expands vaccines to fisheries, oil, mining industry workers

Alaska’s COVID-19 vaccination program has been expanded to include nonresidents working as frontline essential workers employed by fisheries, mining and oil companies, state officials announced on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

Alaska Airlines revises flight schedule

Alaska Airlines revised its Cordova flight schedule beginning Thursday, Feb. 11.

Around Town: After-school Club, Valentine’s Day, General Election

Mt. Eccles students are invited to NVE’s new weekly After-school Club from 11 a.m.-noon on Fridays via Zoom.

Alaska senators split on constitutionality of impeaching Trump

"If the end of a president’s term meant he or she would never be held politically liable for high crimes or misdemeanors committed while in office, the lame-duck period would pose a serious danger to the stability of the country," Sen. Lisa Murkowski said.
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