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Cordova Chronicles: A dynamite duck pond

Looking back, it is hard to believe that less than a year after the 1963 fire wiped out much of downtown Cordova, the Good...

Cordova Chronicles: Lessons from Odiak Slough

Our house is located on Odiak Slough, across from the Cordova Rose Lodge.  A couple weeks ago, I glanced out our dining room picture...

Apply now for 2017 Copper River Stewardship Program

By Lauren Bien For The Cordova Times Students currently in 8th through 12th grade are invited to apply for the Copper River Stewardship Program, a unique...

Cordova Chronicles: Welcome to Cordova International Airport

Anyone who has lived in Cordova very long knows it is wise to check the arrival time of flights before heading out to the...

CHS robotics teams go to state competition

By Jeremiah Beckett CHS Tech Club Advisor For The Cordova Times This past month Cordova High School sent two robotics teams to compete at the state level...

Cordova Chronicles: In a town of many originals, Virginia was one...

Virginia Nicholoff Lacy passed away on January 16, 2017. She was 93. Virginia was born and raised in Cordova, and graduated from Cordova High...

Cordova artists featured in APU art show

Art works of Cordovans Denis Keogh and Paula Payne will be featured Feb. 3-26 at the Leah J. Peterson Gallery at the Alaska Pacific...

Cordova Chronicles: The biggest explosion in Cordova, Part 3

While the 1947 blast at Alaganik was a surprise that few witnessed, in 1963 many on-lookers were on hand to see a large, planned...

Presenting the 2017 Miss Iceworm candidates

By Emma Roemhildt For The Cordova Times The crowning of Miss Iceworm takes place tonight at 7 p.m. at Cordova High School as a part of...

Cordova Chronicles: The biggest explosion in Cordova history

On Nov. 29, 1947, Jimmy LaGasa and Johnny Kulper left Cordova on what The Cordova Times described as “pleasure jaunt”. Undoubtedly, they had checked the...

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