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Thursday, November 23, 2017

This Week in Photos: Sept. 15, 2017

Check out some of the great photos taken around Cordova this week! Click on an image to enlarge itWant more This Week in Photos? Click here to view the archives.

This Week in Photos: Boat Work

Crewmembers go through their seine net as they take it off the fishing boat for the season. As September begins, more and more commercial fishing vessels return to the Cordova small boat harbor to put up gear and call the 2017 commercial season finished. Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times Want more photos from around Cordova? Click here to view...

This Week in Photos: Moonlit Harbor

The moon peeks through the clouds Sept. 2, overlooking the boat harbor from the deck of the Reluctant Fisherman Inn. Photo by Annette Potter/The Cordova Times Want more photos from around Cordova? Click here to view the archives of This Week in Photos. 

This Week in Photos: Rosenthal’s “Art and Science on the Katmai Coast”

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Photo of the Week: Scenic Orca Inlet

A view across Orca Inlet Sept. 2 shows peaceful, calm waters, a prelude to a short storm which blew through Prince William Sound Sept. 3. Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times Want more photos from around Cordova? Click here to view the archives of This Week in Photos.

This Week in Photos: Happy Hunting!

Flash back in honor of opening day of moose harvest. Cordova kids help Dustin Cook with his subsistence moose harvest along the Copper River Highway on October 6, 2007. Top: Keegan Estes. Middle row from left: Noah Collins, Grace Collins, Cole Hanson, Faith Collins and Elias Hanson. Sitting: Asha EstesPhoto courtesy by Laura Hanson/The Cordova Times

This Week in Photos: Standing Against Racism

Religious leaders from across Alaska’s largest city led several hundred people on Aug. 20 at Central Lutheran Church in a community prayer vigil calling for a stand against racism in the 49th state. “We need to stand up firmly against racism and anti-Semitism, show up for and advocate with others,” said Judith Moore, of Central Lutheran Church, making a...

This Week in Photos: Rummage Sale

A shopper peruses merchandise during the Cordova Church of the Nazarene’s rummage sale in the old library building on Main Street Aug. 19.  Pastor Steve Leppert, said it seemed like residents considered the church to be the new Salvation Army drop off for used clothing and other household items, “But, we’re not,” he said. “We know residents need a...

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