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The Cordova Times welcomes letters to the editor. General interest letters should be no more than 300 words. Thank you letters should be no more than 150 words. Letters should be submitted by 5 p.m. Thursdays for consideration in the following week’s edition of the newspaper. However, meeting that deadline is no guarantee that the letter will be published. All letters must include the writer’s name and address and daytime phone number. Only the writer’s name and city will be published. The Cordova Times also reserves the right to edit letters for content, length, clarity, grammar, AP Style and taste. Unsigned letters will not be published. Letters must be relevant to The Cordova Times readership area and preference will be given to topics covered in recent editions of The Cordova Times. Letter writers are encouraged to use email. Submit letters to share@thecordovatimes.com.
Inventory on display at the Cordova Church of the Nazarene’s winter clothing giveaway. (Oct. 19, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Letter to the Editor: Gratitude to Pastor Steve Leppert

Kristi Rubio thanks Pastor Steve Leppert and the volunteers who made Cordova's most recent clothing drive a success.
A pair of coho salmon caught during the Ed Zeine Kids Fishing Derby. (Sept. 7, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to fishing derby sponsors and volunteers

Ed Zeine Kids Fishing Derby organizer Vivian Knop thanks the community for helping to make this year's event a success.

Letter to the Editor: Vote for the fisherman

This year, voting for fisheries means voting for independent U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Al Gross, writes Michael J. Mayo.

Letter to the Editor: Exhausted by partisanship?

Independent candidate Dr. Al Gross provides a relief from partisan squabbling, writes Brad Reynolds.

Letter to the Editor: Thank you, fish processors

Cordova's fish processors have shown a true commitment to protecting public health throughout the coronavirus pandemic, writes Dennis Zadra.

Letter to the Editor: Paperless filing makes PFD more efficient

The Permanent Fund Dividend Division thanks Alaskans for using paperless communication methods to file for their dividends.

Letter to the Editor: Educators boldly return to work

Superintendent Alex Russin and the Cordova School Board have set an example by returning students to in-person learning, write Henk and Sue Kruithof.

Letter to the Editor: Sullivan fails to speak truth to power

Sen. Dan Sullivan has failed to stand up to President Donald Trump's attacks on military individuals, writes Mark Roye.

Letter to the Editor: To beat a pandemic, be generous but firm

In 1919, Health Officer W.H. Chase wrote in with advice to Cordova on surviving a pandemic.

Letter to the Editor: Say no to Proposition 2

Rich, out-of-state interests are attempting to manipulate Alaska voters, writes Leslie Ridle.

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