Zachary Snowdon Smith

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

280-dose shipment of heroin seized

Packages of heroin and methamphetamine were recently seized on their way into Cordova.

Cordova reports 3 new virus cases as vaccinations ramp up

Cordova reported three cases of the novel coronavirus Monday, Jan. 25.

Mt. Eccles teacher receives master’s from UAS

Mt. Eccles Elementary School fourth grade teacher Stefanie Tschappat recently received a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from the University of Alaska Southeast.

CVFD firefighters train with burning vehicles

Final exams are always tough — but when was the last time a teacher asked you to extinguish a burning truck, or to navigate an obstacle course blindfolded?

151 seniors vaccinated

"We have a few little tweaks to work out, but it went really, really well," said Nursing Coordinator Nicole Piché. "We’ve been getting a huge amount of public interest."

Postal investigation nabs unrelated theft suspect

A Dec. 28 break-in at the Cordova Post Office remains unsolved. However, investigations by the United States Postal Inspection Service led to the arrest of a Cordova man suspected of an unrelated theft.

Update: 4 new virus cases reported

Cordova reported four cases of the novel coronavirus Tuesday, Jan. 19.

Jan. 20 clinic will vaccinate older Alaskans

A Wednesday, Jan. 20 clinic at Cordova Community Medical Center will allow some Alaskans age 65 and above to receive vaccinations against the novel coronavirus.

Online ‘active parenting’ classes begin Feb. 1

Parenting classes conducted via Zoom will commence Feb. 1, with applications closing Jan. 28. The program, run in partnership by Cordova Community Medical Center and Cordova Family Resource Center, will teach techniques for more intentional, and more effective, parenting.

3 new virus cases raise active case count to 12

Cordova reported three new cases of the novel coronavirus Friday, Jan. 15.



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