Tag: CT112020

Better Business Bytes: How to succeed as a small online retailer

The marketplace’s future has always expected to look increasingly online. Present circumstances just accelerated the timeline.

Cordova Chronicles: 3 bridge signs honor fallen WWII Cordovans

Three bridges on the Copper River Highway honor Cordovans who lost their lives in World War II. In a sad coincidence, two of them, Patrick Burchett and Norman Osborne, were classmates in the Cordova High School class of 1939.

ADF&G predicts return of over 51M sockeyes to Bristol Bay

Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials are forecasting a return of over 51 million sockeye salmon to Bristol Bay in the summer of 2021, with a potential harvest of 36.35 million fish in Bristol Bay and 1.02 million fish in the South Peninsula.

Congress to take up safeguarding fisheries

U.S. Coast Guard capability to safeguard national interests and promote economic security in the Arctic will be the subject of a congressional hearing on Dec. 8, one in which Alaska’s commercial fishing entities have a special concern.

Letter to the Editor: Don’t over-regulate halibut fishing

The state shouldn't go too far in regulating halibut fishing, writes Akilena Veach.

Less Sheridan Glacier means more ice to skate

For the first time in the history of skating on Sheridan Lake, locals were able to access the spectacular berg-filled area without having to hike 3/4 of a mile over rocky and brushy terrain.

Law & Order: Oct. 30-Nov. 12

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between Oct. 30-Nov. 5. 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.

Letter to the Editor: Trump stands against Constitutional values

We must recommit ourselves to improving democracy in the U.S., writes Karl Becker.

When should you request a welfare check?

“If you’re concerned, go ahead and call,” said Cordova interim Police Chief Nate Taylor.

Capitol Report: As COVID cases rise, Legislature is highly unlikely to...

Sen. Stevens: Hello from Kodiak. With the general elections behind us, the members of the 31st Alaska State Legislature have a little over two-months left before the end of interim. With COVID-19 cases on the rise throughout the state, it is highly unlikely the Legislature will gather in Juneau again this year, though some committees will continue to hold hearings utilizing virtual meeting technology.
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