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Governor proposes new program to replace onboard cruise ship monitors

Almost three years after pulling pollution monitors — called Ocean Rangers — from large cruise ships, Gov. Mike Dunleavy has proposed legislation to replace the onboard state personnel with regular inspections by shoreside staff while ships are in port and underway.

NVE proposes modifications to Shepard Point project

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials have opened a public comment period through March 7 on a proposal from the Native Village of Eyak to modify its existing permit, approved in 2017, for its oil spill response facility and deep-water port in the Shepard Point.

New weather buoys anchored in Port Valdez

A new weather buoy has been anchored at Port Valdez to collect data to improve understanding of the meteorological and physical oceanographic environment at the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company Valdez Marine Terminal and Valdez Duck Flats.

Movie night, Community Senior Tea and CFRC annual dinner

Movie night The Cordova Arts & Pageants presents “Bohemian Rhapsody” at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22 at North Star Theatre in the Cordova Center. Community Senior...

Council passes $15 M FY 2019 budget

Cordova City Council members approved during their Dec. 19 session a fiscal year 2019 budget for the city of $15,538,342, a decision that left...

Cordova ranked 15th among nation’s top ports

Cordova ranked 15th in the nation in the latest NOAA Fisheries report on the status of American fisheries, circa 2017.Commercial deliveries to Cordova in...

U.S. seafood superpower is Alaska

Alaska is the nation’s superpower when it comes to seafood.American fishermen landed just shy of 10 billion pounds of fish and shellfish last year...

Museum Memories

The East Coast-based Alaskan Syndicate struggled with their Katalla route. Open to the Gulf of Alaska and its fierce weather, the docks and breakwaters...

Tribes urge protection of ancient villages

Tribal groups are calling on the state of Alaska to protect culturally important ancestral Native villages bordering on Cook Inlet by adding conditions to...

Museum Memories

The Allen expedition opened the interior of the Copper River region to prospectors such as Clarence Warner and ‘Tarantula’ Jack Smith, who discovered the...
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