Folks who actively use and love the library are encouraged to apply to the Cordova Public Library Board, writes Cathy Sherman.
Cathy Sherman unearths the tale of Maude, an early Cordova resident who wasn't easily pushed around.
Cordova Public Library patrons can join millions of readers worldwide in a riveting tale of survival during Big Library Read, the world’s largest digital book club, writes Cathy Sherman
If you are a fan of Henry James's classic tale “The Turn of the Screw,” you might enjoy Ruth Ware's "The Turn of the Key," writes Cathy Sherman.
The Cordova Museum is now hosting the gallery show — “Wolves” curated by Paula Payne with a little help from museum staff and the Paly Foundation.
Cordova Historical Society President Barclay Kopchak announced that the society had received one of 13 grants issued by the Alaska State Museum through its grant-in-aid program.
"Librarians are always looking at lists," writes Cathy Sherman. "Lists of books in the New York Times Bestseller’s List, lists of favorite books from listeners at NPR, and lists of the most popular books read in September on the website Goodreads. Being newly retired, I have been telling myself I will have all this time to read now … but what should I read?"
Things began looking up for Cordova by the spring of 1963. The Copper River Highway was on the horizon, fishing was about to start, and sprits were high when sometime in the very early hours near 4 a.m. May 2, 1963, the fire started.
We lost an amazing American author this month, Herman Wouk, best known for historical fiction works such as The Caine Mutiny which was published in 1951 and won the Pulitzer Prize.
Now that we’ve finished reading about birds and learning how to identify all those wonderful shorebirds, let’s get ready to catch and serve up some fish!