The Valdez Star - Serving Prince William Sound and Copper River Basin

Articles from the May 10, 2017 edition

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 By Lee Revis    Main News    May 10, 2017

Pot ban defeated in Tuesday's municipal elections in Valdez

Valdez voters solidly rejected the proposed ban on commercial marijuana last week. Proposition 1 - the citizen's initiative that would have banned commercial marijuana within the city limits - was soundly defeated during Tuesday's municipal...

 By Tony Gorman    Main News    May 10, 2017

Spill drill training in Cordova kicks off week of RCAC board meeting

The group tasked with monitoring oil traffic on the waters of Prince William Sound was busy last week. Prince William Sound Regional Citizens Advisory Council kicked off its week in Cordova with a...

 By For the Star    Main News    May 10, 2017

Electric cooperative held annual membership meetings for consumers

Copper Valley Electric Association (CVEA) said approximately 250 people signed in Thursday night to attend the cooperative's annual membership meeting in Valdez. The Glennallen meeting attracting over 300 members earlier in the week. The cooperative...

 By Ned Rozell    Main News    May 10, 2017

First steps from Valdez, in the snow and mountains

PORT VALDEZ--We have launched on the pipeline hike version 2.0, 20 years after the first time. I'm now sitting on the muscled root of a Sitka spruce by the pleasant rush of a creek. A bald eagle shrie...


Police and Fire reports

(Any charges reported in this press release are merely accusations and the Defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.) 05/01 Concealment: Officers were requested to assist after a local business reported that two individuals had distracted t...


Public and Legal notices

Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority Trust Land Office Notice under 11 AAC 99.050 of Decision to Dispose of Interest at MH Parcel C20141 in Valdez MHT #9200666 Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of AS 38.05.801 and 11 AAC 99,...


Earthquake monitoring in Alaska threatened by too many cuts

(AP) Funding cuts from a wide variety of sources are raising the risk that Alaska may lose constant earthquake monitoring and analysis performed by the Alaska Regional Seismic Network, officials have said. Staffing at the agency is down to 14...


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