Letter to the Editor
In 1919, Health Officer W.H. Chase wrote in with advice to Cordova on surviving a pandemic.
Rich, out-of-state interests are attempting to manipulate Alaska voters, writes Leslie Ridle.
The Rasmuson Foundation is attempting to funnel public money into private coffers, writes Andrée McLeod.
Cordova's graduates are well poised to take on life's challenges, writes Jim Casement.
We have an opportunity to break the cycle of hatred, writes Kate Stone Velasco.
The Cordova Times was wrong to report law enforcement's claim that alcohol may have played a role in the death of Zakary Zeigler, writes Nick Barshay.
Laura Bowman expresses her appreciation to the staff of Cordova School District.
Erin Cole offers a friendly reminder not to misuse public land.
Pastor Mike Glover offers a message of support for all recent Cordova Jr./Sr. High School graduates.
Cordova schools have done a great job guiding students through the chaos of the pandemic, writes Henk Kruithof.