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BOF accepting proposals for 2021/22 through April 9

A call for proposals seeking changes in finfish regulations during the 2021/22 meeting cycle of the Alaska Board of Fisheries is out, with a submission deadline of April 9.

Sheyna Wisdom will lead AOOS in 2021

Officials with the Alaska Ocean Observing System have announced the appointment of Sheyna Wisdom, effective Jan. 2, as the new executive director of AOOS.

It’s been a challenging year. Thank someone in The Cordova Times.

With the holidays right around the corner, I want to invite you to thank someone publicly in the letters section of The Cordova Times. Send thank you letters up to 150 words to [email protected].

City considers creative cuts

The city of Cordova is considering unorthodox cost-cutting measures to close a gap of over $1 million in the 2021 budget.

School asks drivers to leave highway pullout free for buses

School officials have asked drivers to refrain from stopping in the 6.5-mile pullout on the Copper River Highway during times when school buses might need to use the pullout to turn around.

Around Town: Wellness fair, Quarantine Dreams and Bob Ross month

The final days of the Child & Family Wellness Fair are this weekend. And deadline for "Quarantine Dreams" artist submissions is Sunday. Those and more in this week's Around Town.

Young issues update on COVID-19 infection

Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, said he indeed tested positive for COVID-19 in the second week of November, but that he is now feeling better and recuperating after being discharged from Providence Hospital in Anchorage.

Update: Elementary student tests positive for COVID-19

Update: Although investigation is ongoing, the Cordova Medical Response Team does not believe transmission of the virus occurred at school.

2 new virus cases reported over weekend

Two new local cases of the novel coronavirus were reported over the Nov. 14-15 weekend, officials said.

Cordova reports 38th virus case

The newly identified coronavirus-positive individual was admitted to hospital for non-coronavirus-related end-of-life care, where the virus was discovered during screening, officials said.