Zachary Snowdon Smith

Zachary Snowdon Smith is a reporter and photographer for The Cordova Times.

Food Pantry gives away 160 Thanksgiving turkeys

Families visiting Cordova’s Salvation Army food pantry Monday, Nov. 23 received cans of sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie filling, as well as 160 frozen turkeys.

Cordova police will strengthen drug enforcement

The Cordova Police Department will step up its drug policing with traffic stops and use of a detection dog, interim Police Chief Nate Taylor said.

City raises alert after weekend virus outbreak

The city raised its virus alert level from yellow to orange in response to a cluster of novel coronavirus cases identified over the Nov. 21-22 weekend.

Bob Ross exhibit visits Alaska for first time

“Bob Ross is enjoying a renaissance right now,” said Paula Payne, president of Cordova Arts and Pageants. “He’s coming back into fashion, I think because his message is so upbeat and positive and inspiring… It’s the perfect exhibit to have during COVID.”

Cordova Cash cards to be distributed by Nov. 21

Payment cards usable at some local businesses are expected to arrive in residents’ mailboxes by Saturday, Nov. 21 at the latest.

When should you request a welfare check?

“If you’re concerned, go ahead and call,” said Cordova interim Police Chief Nate Taylor.

Hospitalized COVID-19 patient dies

A Cordova resident who was infected with the novel coronavirus died Wednesday, Nov. 18, officials announced.

City considers creative cuts

The city of Cordova is considering unorthodox cost-cutting measures to close a gap of over $1 million in the 2021 budget.

Update: Elementary student tests positive for COVID-19

Update: Although investigation is ongoing, the Cordova Medical Response Team does not believe transmission of the virus occurred at school.

2 new virus cases reported over weekend

Two new local cases of the novel coronavirus were reported over the Nov. 14-15 weekend, officials said.



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