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Drill conductor training coming to Cordova

A fishing vessel drill conductor class will be held May 1 in Cordova by the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association, offering hands-on training with...

30 Years of Healing: Under the stairs

By Erica Thompson Clark For The Cordova Times I sat under the stairs. All day. For weeks. In 1989 my mom worked as an expeditor with another...

Measure would permanently reauthorize Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund

Legislation introduced on March 25 as the Spill Response and Prevention Surety Act would modify and permanently reauthorize the federal Oil Spill Liability Trust...

Museum Memories: 30 Years of Healing

It took Cordovans some time to move forward from the disaster of the ’89 oil spill. In fact, the community became a subject for...

When the oil spilled, there were no first responders

Thirty years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill disaster, events of that day, and what followed are still vivid in the mind of Steve...

Oil Spill exhibit will remain on display in museum for remainder...

The Cordova Historical Society and Museum are pleased to share the latest of completed exhibitions in the new Cordova Center space. To share the...

Letter to the Editor: Would you call for Dunleavy recall?

Dear Editor, Every day, more and more Alaskans are expressing outrage over the potential impact of Governor Dunleavy’s proposed budget, and dismay with the manner...

Valdez opposes using oil, gas property taxes for state

A resolution passed by the Valdez City Council opposes legislation proposed by Gov. Mike Dunleavy that would prevent municipalities from continuing to levy and...

30 years later, impacts of Exxon Valdez spill linger

On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill disaster in Prince William Sound, scientists, economists and the fishing industry...

Wayward Wolverines take a conference tour

Cordova’s basketball squads have been on the road so long local fans may have forgotten the names of their players. Faced with the high costs...