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Letter to the Editor: Tatitlek candy drop made Halloween special

Tatitlek thanks everyone who helped make this year's Halloween candy drop happen.

Sealaska acquires British seafood processor, supplier

Sealaska, the regional Alaska Native corporation whose food companies include Seattle-based Orca Bay Foods, has acquired London-based New England Seafood International Limited (NESI).

Commentary: It’s time to restore the state income tax

John Havelock writes: Alaskans are way overdue in recognizing that state government is not free and that the costs must be met by revenue from the state’s economy. Oil revenue hid this requirement for a generation, but oil can never do the job alone.

Pandemic prompts change of plans for Polar Star

Health precautions prompted by the novel coronavirus pandemic are steering the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star north to the Arctic this winter for an 82-day deployment, primarily in the Bering and Chukchi seas, for the first time since 1984.

Birth: Elsa Louise Babic

Emaleah and Mathew Babic of Cordova announce the birth of their daughter Elsa Louise Babic.

Three Tanner crab fisheries will remain closed for 2021

Commercial Tanner crab fisheries in the Kodiak, Chignik and South Peninsula districts will remain closed in 2021. These areas failed to meet abundance thresholds or minimum guideline harvest levels established in state regulations.

Fish Factor: Some ups, mostly downs for salmon permit values

After a salmon season that successfully fished its way through a pandemic and upturned markets, the value of Alaska salmon permits is ticking up in two regions while toppling in others.

Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley returns to Kodiak

The Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley has returned to homeport at Kodiak after nearly three months at sea. The mission included an interaction during a Russian Navy incident while patrolling an area of more than 11,000 miles.

Mt. Eccles students study light-emitting animals in the wild

Mt. Eccles Elementary School Students observed light-emitting organisms in Orca Inlet. The after-dark field excursions were led by Prince William Sound Science Center oceanographer Rob Campbell aboard the research vessel M/V New Wave.

Letter to the Editor: Support your local PTA

The Cordova Parent Teacher Association appreciates the support it's received, but still needs help to continue serving the community, writes Henk Kruithof.
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