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Wolverines drop pair at Unalaska

Traveling far out the Aleutian Chain to Dutch Harbor, the Cordova Wolverines dropped a pair of non-conference games to 2A powerhouse Unalaska on Feb....

Unalaska residents push for ban on single-use plastic bags

UNALASKA — Unalaska residents have rallied to urge city officials to ban single-use plastic bags like some other Alaska communities have done. About 25 residents...

36th Annual Cordova Tipoff features new team

  The 36th Annual Cordova Tipoff Tournament begins next Thursday, Jan. 18. The three-day round-robin affair was started by the Cordova Elks back in 1982,...

CHS boys shine at Rally the Regions Tournament

Facing 2A teams from southeast and western Alaska, the Cordova Wolverines won three of four games in the Rally the Regions Hardwood Classic at...

Conference volleyball playoffs underway

The 2A Borealis Conference Volleyball playoffs began Nov. 16 at Su Valley High School near Wasilla. The double-elimination tournament will last three days. Cordova entered...

EPA fines Unalaska seafood cold storage facility

Seattle-based Kloosterboer Dutch Harbor LLC. has reached a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over the release of 125 pounds of anhydrous ammonia...

Denmark company to recycle Unalaska’s old fishing nets

UNALAKSA — About 80 huge fishing nets from the Aleutian Island city of Unalaska are on their way to Denmark, where a company will...

CHS girls top Su-Valley in double overtime

A sterling late game performance by Edrea Navarro sparked Cordova to a 53-52 double overtime win against  here on Jan. 14.  The 5-0 sophomore...

Wolverines sweep Su-Valley in conference matchup

Cordova swept Su-Valley in a pair of 2A Interior Conference games here on Jan. 13-14. CHS jumped out to a 41-21 halftime advantage and cruised...

BSAI annual crab industry meeting set for Oct. 12

Crab industry entities will meet with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Anchorage on Oct. 12 to review the total allowable catch...