(9/18) Cordova outboard is looking for a motivated individual for their family-owned and operated marine and auto parts and repair store in Cordova. Full-time duties include but are not limited to parts lookup, ordering, stocking, customer service, and recounts receivable. Marine and vehicle engine knowledge preferred. Wage is DOE. Position is open till filled. Please drop off resume at Cordova outboard, 211 breakwater avenue, or email to ‘info <at> Cordova’

(9/30) The Native Village of Eyak is requesting proposals for Demolition of Old “T-E-C” Building at 901 LeFevre St.  Complete description and proposal instructions are available online at For more information, contact Brooke Mallory at 424-7738 or  Bids must be received in the NVE main office by 5:00pm September 30th. NVE reserves the right to reject any or all proposals received.

(8/25-tfn) Nichols is looking for multiple full time stockers.  Stop by the store or give them a call for details.

The city’s website dedicated to covid-19 response is  It’s intended to be a one stop shop for the latest information, in a layout that makes it easy to navigate for residents, businesses, fishermen, folks needing resources for better physical and mental health, and lots more.  The address is  The city has also launched a special hotline for covid related questions -- it’s 424-INFO.

The Alaska Federation of Natives has asked us to announce that The U.S. Census is counting families and individuals for 2020.  If you're Alaska Native, you can help steer hundreds of millions of dollars annually to rural communities and tribal programs by following these steps: #1 -- Filling out the form… #2 --  Writing in the name of the Native spouse or significant other IF you live in a mixed-race household, married or not) for question 5… and #3 -- writing in the name of your federally recognized tribe for question 9, or the name of your village if you are unsure.  More details at ‘native federation <dot> org’.