Zachary Snowdon Smith
Anyone celebrating Christmas at St. Michael's Russian Orthodox Church receives a handout with hymns in Aleut and Church Slavonic, allowing them to sing along in these languages even if they don't understand them.
Four months after a water shortage had Cordovans skipping showers, the department of public works is advising residents to do the opposite. Leaving at least one tap in each residence dripping will help prevent pipes from freezing, says Samantha Greenwood, director of public works.
“We want to have a positive working relationship,” says Mayor Clay Koplin. “We recognize he has his back against the wall, politically. We’ll give credit where credit’s due in the same way we share frustrations when we develop them.”
Students were supplied with batteries, conductive thread, LEDs, needles and fabric. The one thing they weren’t given was an instruction manual.
If all goes well, Native Village of Eyak may purchase Cordova Community Medical Center within the next six months, says Greg Meyer, chair of the CCMC Board of Directors.
Two city council seats will be up for election March 3. Cordova City Council Seats B and C are currently occupied by Councilmen Ken Jones and Jeff Guard, respectively.
Prince William Sound Science Center will receive up to $40,000 in matching donations to help fund its new campus.
Here’s something rare: a film that shows wit without glibness, precision without contrivance and warmth without sentimentality.
“The Return” is recommended for committed Russophiles and misery-addicts only.
This is another one of those movies that takes an array of marvelous ingredients — a rich and thought-provoking premise, two legendary actors, a beautiful setting (the Sistine Chapel!) — and combines them into something merely okay.