This holiday season, I am focused on community and the people that make my community feel so full. I often refer to...
Mike Webber, a local artist and fisherman, received the Eileen Panigeo MacLean Education award on the main stage at the Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) convention on Oct. 21 at the Dena’ina Convention Center in Anchorage.
It has been six weeks since The Cordova Times was on newsstands. I am thrilled to welcome you to the first print edition since taking ownership of the paper, and I thank you for your patience during this transition period. It’s truly an honor to take on the responsibility of continuing this institution of record in Prince William Sound, and I owe great gratitude to The Native Village of Eyak for its management and care these past years, and for giving to the community of Cordova in this way.
Rachel Kallander writes: Cordova is my hometown and the bedrock of my sense of community. My parents first landed here in the 1970s. Like so many Cordovans, I can say that the back deck of my family fishing boat was my first job and ultimate classroom. The Cordova Times has told our community’s story – the good, bad, and the comical – for over a century.