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Saturday, December 10, 2016



Featured News

One thousand dollars earned at a Cordova bake sale will bring Christmas to more than four dozen girls and boys in need, far from the shores of Alaska. It happened in mid-November, when a dedicated group of Cordova children and adults put together the fundraiser as part in Operation Christmas Child, a non-profit endeavor to provide holiday gifts and necessities to...

Local News

Council wants another $200,000 cut from city budget

In the face of a city budget deficit of $1.2 million, Mayor Clay Koplin has two words of advice: shop local. There are two simple...

Cordova volleyball squad advances to state

Cordova’s volleyball team played their first game in the 2A State tournament on Dec. 8. CHS, the defending state champions, faced Kenny Lake in a...

$1,000 raised for Operation Christmas Child

One thousand dollars earned at a Cordova bake sale will bring Christmas to more than four dozen girls and boys in need, far from the...

NE17 information session set for Dec. 7

Military officials will be in Cordova Dec. 7 to discuss the joint training exercise Northern Edge 2017, slated to take place May 1-12 in...

The Parallel Man: Cruising on the ice at Sheridan Glacier Lake on Oct. 26

He’ll never adorn the cover of winter sports magazines showing uber-athletes displaying the latest high tech clothing and gear.  Yet if a trophy is...
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Cordova Life

Cordova Chronicles: The turkeys have landed

Back on 12 October 2016, an American Airlines Boeing 787 bound from Shanghai to Chicago...

At Your Library: Cozy up with a good movie

It’s the dark days of the winter season and a perfect time for settling in...

We unite to stamp out bullying

Bullying is an issue all schools face and all schools must attend to. On Oct....

Election 2016

Cordova Chronicles: A trip back to the future

Election Day 2016   It’s 6 a.m.  Over the noise of rain pounding on our metal...

Measure passes tying voter registration to dividend filing

ANCHORAGE — Alaska voters have approved a ballot measure that would tie voter registration to...

House District 32 incumbent Stutes wins

With votes still to be counted on Nov. 9, Rep. Louise Stutes, R-Kodiak, was the...

Rep. Don Young wins 23rd term in Congress 

BY MARK THIESSEN The Associated Press ANCHORAGE — Alaska voters have given the longest serving Republican in...

Murkowski fends off crowded field in Senate race

BY BECKY BOHRER The Associated Press   ANCHORAGE — U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski won her bid for re-election,...

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