Amanda Williams

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Amanda Williams is a freelance reporter for The Cordova Times. She is also Aquatics Resource Management Assistant for Copper River Watershed Project. Williams is a Navy veteran who served during Operation Iraqi Freedom. She has worked for a variety of newspapers in the Lower 48. She first came to Cordova as a VetsWork intern working for the Forest Service as a public outreach specialist on the Cordova Ranger District.

NVE welcomes new executive director

Ted Wright recently joined the Native Village of Eyak as executive director. He took on the role last month and has high...

Something new is brewing at Copper River Brewery

The Copper River Brewery has been a labor of love for owner/co-founders Curtis and Christiana Fincher, and co-founder/head brewer Micah Renfeldt. The...

Business Empowerment Summit coming to Cordova

November 18 will kick off the first Business Empowerment Summit in Cordova, hosted by the Cordova Chamber of Commerce at the Cordova...

A Veteran’s Perspective

I flew to the Great Lakes Training Command in February of 2005 to begin training as a member of the U.S. Navy....

Behind the scenes with the fire department

Humans created fire between 300,000 to 400,000 years ago. A manmade fire was discovered in a cave in Israel and records trace...

Unity common theme at Seafood Summit

Working together and unity were common themes at the fourth annual Local Seafood Summit, held at Alyeska Resort in Girdwood earlier this month.

Project Appleseed returns to Cordova

Project Appleseed, a non-profit organization that teaches rifle marksmanship skills that date back hundreds of years, came to the area for training...

Culture Week educates local youth

The Native Village of Eyak hosted Mt Eccles Culture Week: Mending Cultural Connections last month. Throughout the week, students’ grades K-6 enjoyed an array of culturally significant experiences, ranging from dance and language lead by Shyla Krukoff-Olsen to traditional way talks about regional species and uses, hunting, gathering and subsistence.

Day in the Life

David Little, a well-known photographer in Cordova, has been creating memories taking beautiful landscape and astral photos since he moved here in...

Cordova: forward thinking with regenerative tourism

A lot of people like to travel and spend a pretty penny doing so. According to reports, Americans across the board spend...

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Police report

Courtesy of the Cordova Police Department  The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 10-10-22...
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