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Final action scheduled on Cook Inlet salmon FMP

Federal fisheries board members are set to take final action on the Cook Inlet salmon fishery management plan during their December meeting and also do an initial review of Pacific cod trawl and pot catcher issues.

Residential care facilities to get COVID-19 funds

State health officials say they are ready to begin distribution of approximately $4 million in CARES Act funds to residential congregate care facilities to help cover additional expenses incurred as a direct result of the global novel coronavirus pandemic.

2020 commercial salmon catch, value took a dive

Commercial salmon harvests proved challenging for the 2020 season, challenged by a global pandemic of the novel coronavirus, with the overall fish catch and its value down considerably from a year earlier.

As winter sets in, one farmer moves indoors

With clean white surfaces and glowing LEDs, Kristy Andrew’s workplace looks more like an Apple Store than a farm. Nonetheless, Kale’n Thyme’s “farm in a box” is harvesting lettuce and herbs even as frigid storms sweep across Cordova.

North Slope Borough, NOAA, UW collaborate on whale study

An aerial survey of bowhead whales just north of Point Barrow in the autumn of 2020 is being cited by biologists with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center as one of the highest densities of bowhead whales ever seen.

Gwich’in Steering Committee releases climate summit report

Officials with the Gwich’in Steering Committee at Fort Yukon have released the final report on their 2019 Arctic Indigenous Climate Summit and announced consideration of a second summit.

Cordova Chronicles: Seven bridge signs honor fallen World War I Cordovans

Dick Shellhorn examines the World War I Veterans that bridges on the Copper River Highway are named after.

Letter to the editor: Trust the election process

As we move through this tumultuous election, let’s remember that above all we are fellow Alaskans.

Birth: Daisy Moon DeLozier

Kayley and Danny DeLozier of Cordova announce the birth of their daughter Daisy Moon DeLozier.

New seafood at home users present market opportunities

In the midst of a global pandemic that shows no sign of abating soon, with more Americans seeking ideas for healthy home cooked meals, the seafood industry is going all out to address this need with new recipes, tutorial videos and meal packages.
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