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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Shellhorn shares stories, laughter during book signing

Fans and family listened intently, often breaking into laughter, as author Dick Shellhorn shared stories and history of his time playing, coaching and broadcasting sports throughout Alaska.Shellhorn held a book signing at the Cordova Center on May 10 for his latest book, “Balls and Stripes: A Lifetime of Sports Adventures”, a collection of his best sports stories over more...

Timber available with woodcutting permit

Two hotshot fire crews were in Cordova from April 22-27 for training and recertification. They felled several dozen trees in the Mile 12 state woodcutting area. That timber is now available to the public for home use to anyone who obtains the required woodcutting permits, which are available online at a minimal cost at http://forestry.alaska.gov/wood/firewood.Participants from the Chena Hotshots...

Remains of a landmark

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Blessing of the fleet

Friends, family and fishermen gathered at the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Sycamore during the Blessing of the Fleet on May 5, hosted by Cordova District Fishermen United.Father Tom Killeen of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Pastor Charley Pitchford of Cordova Community Baptist Church, Pastor Larry Goodale of the Little Chapel Church and Buddhist Priest Kelley Weaverling blessed the fleet of...

Shorebird Festival provides platform for connections

Thousands of shorebirds made their stopover in Cordova over the weekend, providing an awe-inspiring show for visitors, birders and photographers at the 28th annual Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival.This year’s keynote speaker was Dr. Stephen Kress, executive director of the seabird Restoration Program and vice president for bird conservation of the National Audubon Society. Kress, who is also a...

Yeti Crabs gain national competition experience

The Yeti Crabs are back from the National Ocean Sciences Bowl, no titles in hand, but with a wealth of stories to tell, new friends and experiences under their belts.Their long, exciting journey from Cordova to Boulder, CO, began on Wednesday, April 18, in the wake of beating 21 other high school teams from throughout Alaska in early February...

Pop-up restaurant connects family and community

To Kate and Ted Velasco, food is family.It goes beyond nutritional value.It is rooted in tradition and carried through culture.“I see (fulfillment) with Ted’s mom and how she is with her sons … or anybody,” said Kate Velasco of her mother-in-law. “For her, the reward she receives from … creating a dish that people love and that her children...

Large turnout for PTA Bike Rodeo

More than 40 kids pedaled, pushed and steered their way to safety on April 14 during the PTA Bike Rodeo at the Cordova Community Medical Center parking lot.In stark contrast to previous years, the sun was bright and the sky bright blue.Kids brought their push and pedal bicycles, scooters and unicycles to the event, stopping at five different stations...

Harbor Cleanup Day sees support from local children

Glass bottles, tarps, plastic buoys, paper and other trash littering Cordova’s harbor are gone, thanks to groups of volunteers who turned out on Saturday, April 14 for Harbor Cleanup Day.Together they tackled the soggy trash tucked in the rocky shores of the breakwater, underneath the ramps on the muddy harbor floor and intertwined in the bushes that border the...




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