Letter to the Editor

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 Unsigned letters will not be published.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.

Letter to the Editor: Leave no trace

Erin Cole offers a friendly reminder not to misuse public land.

Letter to the Editor: A graduation prayer

Pastor Mike Glover offers a message of support for all recent Cordova Jr./Sr. High School graduates.

Letter to the Editor: Cordova schools provide stability amidst the COVID crisis

Cordova schools have done a great job guiding students through the chaos of the pandemic, writes Henk Kruithof.

Letter to the Editor: Strict quarantine measures — painful but necessary

The time has come for Cordova to implement strict quarantine measures, writes Angelina Kelly.

Letter to the Editor: The Class of 2020, gone before its time

Even in the midst of a pandemic, the cancellation of long-awaited graduation ceremonies still feels like a big deal, writes William Deaton.

Letter to the Editor: Easter Egg Walk About

The Easter Egg Walk About was a delightful occasion, writes Heather Richardson.

Letter to the Editor: Participate in scientific research from home

Volunteering online can be a great way to bring some variety to a day spent self-isolating, writes Chelsea Smith.

Letter to the Editor: Don’t follow my tracks!

Resident Jillian Gold experienced an alarming near-miss while hiking near Sheridan Glacier.

Letter to the Editor: Bringing in fishery workers will lead to disaster

Mass coronavirus infection will be unavoidable if thousands of fishery workers are flown in to the community, writes retired port engineer Roy Robinson.

Letter to the Editor: Shorebird Festival and COVID-19

The Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival will not go ahead as planned May 7-10.



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