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New federal funding could aid Alaska Marine Highway System

By Frank H. MurkowskiIt's past time for the Southeast and coastal Alaska communities to be heard regarding the...

Menopause: What to expect

By Laura Henneker, MSN, FNPWhy am I tired, moody, and gaining weight?  Is it my hormones?

CHS STEM classroom gets an upgrade

By Jason Fastenau, For the Cordova TimesThe STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) classroom at Cordova Jr/Sr High...

Happy New Year Cordova!

It’s Iceworm time! The 2023 Iceworm Festival is coming up Jan. 28 through Feb. 4. Get yourpowers primed,...

Sharing and Spreading Christmas Cheer

By Rev. Belle Mickelson, for The Cordova TimesHere in the darkness of winter—it’s a wonderful time to fill...

All I want for Christmas is LOVE

By Fr. Michael Kim, For the Cordova TimesIn the hustle and bustle that leads up to our celebration...

What Alaskans need to know about RSV

Many viruses are making Alaskans sick this winter, but the virus primarily responsible for filling up our clinics, emergency departments, and pediatric...

Commentary: CRRC expands Alutiiq Pride Marine Institute in Chugach Region

Over the past three years CRRC has been actively expanding our internal capacity by creating new programs and ramping up the ones already in place. CRRC’s Alutiiq Pride Marine Institute (APMI) does most of our monitoring work, conducting ocean acidification research, harmful algal bloom water quality research, and leading mariculture research and development for the State of Alaska and Pacific Northwest.

Commetary: Our ancestors survived against all odds, we owe it to them to vote

Many people don’t know that Native Americans didn’t have the right to vote in federal elections until we were granted U.S. citizenship in 1924 and that it wasn’t until the 1960s that the last state granted us the right to vote in state elections. This is the sad and ironic truth — even though Indigenous communities in North America are some of the oldest democracies in the world. 

Don your smocks for Cordova’s annual dumpster painting

It’s that time of year, folks: Salmon Jam is coming up, which means it’s time to put on your smocks and paint a dumpster!

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Updates from CPD 01-09-2023 through 01-15-2023

The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 01-09-2023 through 01-15-2023. Any charges reported in these press releases are...
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