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General election Cordova heads to the polls on March 3

When Cordova voters head to the polls this coming Tuesday, they will find three items on the ballot: two seats on City Council; two seats on School board; and Proposition 1: a bond to complete the Cordova Center. To assist voters, here is a quick look at the bond issue as well as a survey of the candidates with brief biographical information. Except for a few typographical corrections, the candidate statements appear exactly as submitted.
 
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Community

Cordova School Board appoints new Superintendent

In a statement issued by School Board President, Barb Jewell, the Cordova School Board has announced their unanimous choice of Alex Russin, Jr. as [...]

Missing child located and safe

On Saturday 2/28/15 shortly after 2:30 p.m. 25 members of the Cordova Volunteer Fire Department, Officer Johns and K9 Sage of the Cordova Police [...]

WORKSHOP: HABITAT PROTECTION

Elodea in Alaska: where it is and what is being done about it Last month we published an article in The Cordova Times describing the recently [...]

Lady Wolverines

Cordova's Lady Wolverines topped Kotzebue 34-28 in the first round of the 38th Annual Valdez Elks tournament last weekend. CHS lead 11-10 after one [...]

School board to interview candidates for superintendent

Two candidates for Superintendent of the Cordova School District will be in town this week for interviews. Alex Russin, Jr., current superintendent [...]

Electric utility - Public hearing on proposed rate increase

The Cordova Electric Cooperative will be holding a public hearing on Feb. 25 to discuss a proposed 2% rate increase. The proposed rate increase will [...]

News

Award winning film addresses saving salmon

Wild salmon populations, the most sustainable wild food left on Earth, are seeing their numbers dwindle, and fishing guide turned filmmaker Mark Titus [...]

Interim permit for new mine questioned

British Columbia officials, who have granted Imperil Metals an interim permit for a new tailings facility at the Red Chris copper/gold prospect, said [...]

DMV

THE CITY WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE MAY DISPOSE OF THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES BY SALE, DESTRUCTION OR OTHER DISPOSITION AUTHORIZED BY LAW, UNLESS CLAIMED BY [...]

Rural Alaska LIOs may be closed

The State of Alaska\'s new economic reality in the face of a $3.5 billion deficit this current year, and over $4 billion for next year, can only mean [...]

CORDOVA CONNECTION - Tilgner's sockeye salmon chips are a Symphony winner

Former Cordova family doctor Art Tilgner, who has become a name to reckon with in the world of gourmet smoked salmon, took first prize for the second [...]

SETTLEMENT LEGISLATION

Gov. Bill Walker has submitted a bill to the Legislature to strengthen powers and duties of the state's attorney general when approving settlements [...]

 

Statewide Stories

Landslide creates new lake in Yukon's Kluane National Park

Landslide creates new lake in Yukon's Kluane National Park A landslide likely triggered by seismic activity dammed a tributary of Slim's River, [...]

Chugach National Forest to provide 2015 U.S. Capitol Christmas tree

Chugach National Forest to provide 2015 U.S. Capitol Christmas tree 2015 will be the first year a tree from Alaska has been chosen for the west [...]

Peyton Manning finds Alaska couple in time for holiday meeting

Peyton Manning finds Alaska couple in time for holiday meeting A military wife's letter to Peyton Manning led to a very merry Christmas for her [...]

Study finds king salmon can adapt to warming waters -- but only to a point

Study finds king salmon can adapt to warming waters -- but only to a point The study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, found that [...]

Despite solstice, mornings will still get darker for a few more days

Despite solstice, mornings will still get darker for a few more days The days are getting longer -- but the sun is rising later. That's because the [...]