Camille Botello

Camille Botello
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Camille Botello is the managing editor of The Cordova Times. After graduating with a degrees in Journalism and Spanish from Linfield University in western Oregon, she took a leap of faith and moved to the Last Frontier where she began her career at the Peninsula Clarion in Kenai. She now lives in New York City and writes about the borough of the Bronx. In her spare time, Botello enjoys hiking, live music, going to museums, and spending time with her roommates — her sister, cousin and adventure cat Benito. Reach her at camille@thecordovatimes.com.

Cooking with The Cordova Times: Making Mexican tamales

In my family, cooking traditional dishes is cornerstone to our holiday traditions. Ever since I could sit upright at the table on my own,...

The next move: The Cordova Times graduates its intern

When Jacob Ranney was a freshman at Cordova High School his home economics teacher had him write a letter to his future self. The...

Shorebirds take flight

The 33rd annual Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival showcased millions of migrating fowls through Cordova last week.Cathy Renfeldt, the executive director of the Cordova...

Communities grieve loss of well known fisherman lost near Kodiak

The Alaska State Troopers announced this week they were looking into the death of Rubye Blake, a 33-year-old from Seward, after her body was...

Troopers, Cordova community mourn death of Alex Arduser

By Camille Botello and Elin JohnsonThe Alaska State Troopers and Cordova community are remembering one of their own as an avid outdoorsman, a top...

Cordova mourns death of retired trooper Alex Arduser

The Cordova community is remembering one of its own — a former Alaska State Trooper, an outdoorsman, a husband and a father — with...

The Cordova Times seeks skilled news freelancer

Phones ringing every few minutes. Rushing to get a comment from the town hotshot. Notebooks cluttering every inch of your desk.Well, it won’t be...

Cordova boys drop pair of 2A state games, ending postseason

The Cordova High School boys basketball squad’s run at the 2A championship fell short after the team lost in two games at the state...

Alaska House concerned with new National Park Service push to regulate hunting, trapping

Members of the Alaska House of Representatives voted Monday to officially express their concern about the National Park Service’s (NPS) role in hunting and...

Copper River Watershed Project takes home the gold

The jury’s out and the votes are in for this season’s lamppost decorating contest.The Cordova Chamber of Commerce announced three winners for the competition...
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