U.S. Postal Service's budget crisis coupled with the expensive costs of delivering mail in rural areas have cast doubts in the minds of some residents of Cordova, Alaska: Will the local post office remain open?
Last week, an impressive 17 inches fell in two days. But for locals, who saw 18 inches of rain in a single day back in 2006, it's just another soggy September.
Interactions between hatchery fish and wild stock salmon in Prince William Sound is already established. What's less known is the impacts of such interactions. A study now being undertaken hopes to answer some questions.
Guillaume Leduey of France is one of only two people on the planet who can speak the Eyak language fluently. He was in Cordova this month sharing his knowledge.
Being an English major passionate about literature, Jerry Lundli decided to name his seiner after a Shakespearian play: the Tempest.
A family fishing boat goes up in flames on the far side of Prince William Sound from Cordova. Still recovering from the ordeal, survivors recount a tale to rival a Shakespearean tragedy.
With a 36-foot landing craft called the Williwaw, tourists can get to Cordova's famous glaciers -- and in some cases complete a personal connection.
Following recent changes in the federal Summer Work Travel program, this is the last year foreign students will be able to work for Alaska's fishing industry, a change employers will be able to overcome but say is regrettable.
For the first time in Yakutat's history, LOL, ROFL, BRB, CYL8R and other encrypted codes often shared among texting teenagers will make their way to this town located along an isolated stretch of the Gulf of Alaska.
Dozens of Alaska Fish and Game surveyors have sat behind Cordova bush pilot Roger Behymer to see and count fish in numerous streams and rivers of the Prince William Sound region. The department honored him recently.
Those accustomed to Xtratuf boots, and they are numerous around here, might have noticed a change in quality lately. If you bought your boots after Christmas, chances are your previously U.S.-made boots are now a product of China.
For many Alaskans, XTRATUF boots are a wardrobe staple and symbol of rugged Alaska life. But since the company moved production to China, many people have noticed a marked decline in the quality of the iconic footwear famed for its durability.
A raft adrift in the Copper River barely passed beneath the 36-Mile Bridge without disaster and grounded on a sandbar. Three young children survived.