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Sunday, January 21, 2018

Last look at baseball season

Baseball season was in full swing in the month of June. Families from all around town came together to enjoy another year of baseball with the Cordova kids.There were 11 teams total that made up the 2016 little league. Parents volunteered their time to help in the snack shack, keeping score, coaching and more. Baseball fans came out for...

A 7-hour cruise onboard the M/V Aurora

The Alaska Marine Highway ferry Aurora departed Whittier Aug. 6, headed to Cordova. Bright, sunny skies accompanied the vessel through Prince William Sound, providing optimal conditions for onboard photographers to capture Alaska’s beauty, fishing boats and tenders, and pleasure craft. It was just another day in Alaska.

Iceworm festival goes out with a splash

The 2017 Cordova Iceworm Festival was laid to rest Feb. 5, becoming another Ghost of Iceworm Past – which was the theme of the 56th annual winter festival.The last day of the festival, packed with competitive events and the Iceworm Festival parade, dawned with clear blue skies and temperatures in the low 30s.By 10:30 a.m. some 300 onlookers crowded...

Harbor sunset

A late September sunset captured from the shore below the Reluctant Fisherman Inn, overlooking Cordova’s boat harbor.

Photo of the Week: Getting the “hang” of it

Jim Holley soars above Cordova in his powered paraglider (PPG) on May 14. Holley has enjoyed paragliding since November of 2016.Photo by Wendy Ranney/for The Cordova Times

This Week in Photos: Now that’s a mighty catch!

Cordova commercial fisherman Mike Mickelson holds up a 47-pound Prince William Sound king salmon that he and his seine crew caught in the eastern district on June 29.Photo by Amber Morris/For The Cordova Times

This Week in Photos: Oct. 6, 2017

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Points for Endurance

Cordova High School’s cross-country team started off their season with a car wash fund-raiser Saturday. They were raising money in the rain for their trips around the state, where they’ll attend cross-country running races. Their first race takes place Aug. 19. The team stuck it out in the pouring rain for three hours in front of the public safety...