This holiday season, I am focused on community and the people that make my community feel so full. I often refer to the people close to and in my community as “true blues.” The ones that are always there — rain or shine. 

Cordova knows this feeling on a deep level. It’s a community where many family members aren’t all necessarily blood relatives — but adopted in as trusted true blues.
We took on a lot of transition this year at The Cordova Times. We called on you for support, and you answered that call. This month marks six months since I took ownership of the paper from The Native Village of Eyak.
In the spirit of the holidays and my love for my hometown — a most incredible foundation and community — I thank you all. Thank you for being a reader. Thank you for advertising. Thank you for your tireless contributions to the community, which makes it a community that continues to give back and generate meaningful stories worth sharing.
On behalf of myself and our dedicated team that publishes The Cordova Times every week, I wish you a happy and restful holiday season!
Thank you for your continued support of The Cordova Times. I hope you enjoy this issue and will keep reading and sharing with us in 2023. I am so grateful to you.