The Alaska Chamber honored the Alaska Railroad, Northern Alaska Tour Company, the Cordova Chamber of Commerce, and Bob Berto of Ketchikan with its annual awards.
When complete in 2026, the Shepard Point facility will include a deep-water dock and storage for oil spill response equipment.
The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living gave its Silver Achievement in Quality award for 2023 to the Denali Center in Fairbanks, and the Cordova Community Medical Center received the Bronze Commitment to Quality award.
Cordova Telecom Cooperative has selected a New Jersey-based contractor, Pioneer Consulting, to oversee the engineering and design phase of FISH, a new submarine cable.
A $28.2 million federal grant lets three Prince William Sound communities modify docks to enable newer state ferries to serve them.
Federal money for the Native Village of Eyak will pay for construction of a road to a spill response facility at Shepard Point, north of Cordova.
Although the process to replace the aging South Harbor will be a long one, a $20 million RAISE grant awarded to the City of Cordova will allow the project to finally move forward.
Eyak, the Alaska Native village corporation for Cordova, is replacing their outgoing longtime CEO with one plucked from a Native regional corporation.
Saft has installed an energy storage system in the city of Cordova to enable the community to make the most of hydropower generation and meet a seasonal step change in demand as the local salmon processing industry starts up in early summer.