Emily Mesner

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Emily Mesner is a staff reporter and photographer for The Cordova Times. Reach her at emesner@thecordovatimes.com. Emily graduated from Central Michigan University, earning a degree in photojournalism with a cultural competency certificate. She first visited Alaska in 2016, working as a media intern for the National Park Service in Kotzebue and Denali National Park and Preserve, and has been coming back ever since. To see more photos, follow @thecordovatimes and @emilymesnerphoto on Instagram.

Geotechnical work completed for Crater Lake Water and Power Project

Cordova Electric Cooperative has concluded the geotechnical work needed to assess the feasibility of the Crater Lake Water and Power project site, including the...

Cordova congregation packs 31 boxes for Operation Christmas Child

Children from Cordova’s Church of the Nazarene are saying Merry Christmas to youngsters in need overseas this year with 31 holiday shoe boxes packed...

Anderson’s tile work featured at Boise WaterShed

Cordova artist Michael Anderson’s intricate tile work featuring designs of animals, plants and their natural habitats line the walls of buildings from Alaska to...

First-time hunter draws tag, harvests moose

Steam rose from the chest cavity of Debra Ethier’s freshly killed cow moose, after the first few cuts, as she, J.J. and Jack Stevenson...

Large turnout for first Comprehensive Plan community visit

Efforts to update the Cordova Comprehensive plan for the first time since 2008 are attracting the community’s attention.Residents packed on to the stage at...

USCG’s Haunted Sycamore attracts big crowd

As the sun began to set, fog billowed over rusty chains, smashed pumpkins and tombstones, and eventually made its way to the water’s edge...

Refuse fund ordinance to get second reading

An ordinance authorizing the transfer of $269,492 from the city’s permanent fund to the refuse enterprise fund for the purchase of a refuse truck...

Cordova Ikumat Dance Group performs at Quyana Alaska

The Cordova Ikumat Dance Group was in the spotlight in Anchorage on Oct. 18, as one of more than a dozen Native dance groups...

Wind storm sends 100-foot boat adrift and marina building to the ground

A wind storm with gusts hitting nearly 100 miles an hour beat down on Cordova on Oct. 23, setting the anchored Polar Bear adrift,...

Eyak Corp. land use permits now valid for one year

The Eyak Corporation has increased the validity of their land use permits from 90 days to one year.More than 90,000 acres of land in...






















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