Please join us for the 36th annual Alaska Salmon Runs on July 16. Runners for all distances will meet up at the Cordova Community Medical Center for a shuttle ride to the race start (except for the Smolt One Mile Fun Run/Walk, which starts in front of CCMC).
Alaska Salmon Runs race coordinator Kristin Carpenter thanks the volunteers who helped make this year's event possible.
After having to hold a much-scaled-back Alaska Salmon Runs during the pandemic year of 2020, Cordova’s annual day of running, walking or strolling will be back on the road this year, July 17.
The Cordova Community Foundation received $1 million from an anonymous donor, writes Kristin Carpenter.
Unlike Rep. Don Young, Alyse Galvin is passionately committed to advocating for the interests of communities like Cordova, writes Kristin Carpenter.
Ballot Measure 2 will help elections reflect voters' choices more accurately, writes Kristin Carpenter.
All of Cordova has benefited from Dr. Hannah Sanders's leadership during the coronavirus pandemic, writes Kristin Carpenter.
I’m writing to ask dog owners to reconsider the practice of running your dog alongside your car. Not long ago, while I was running on Orca Road, I held my breath as a loose dog dashed from the far side of the road toward me and my dogs, crossing in front of the owner’s moving vehicle.
During its first year in operation, the Cordova Community Foundation has met ambitious fundraising goals, writes Kristin Carpenter.
The Cordova Community Foundation wraps up its first year with a celebration from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11 at the Cordova Center, and all are invited.
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