Zachary Snowdon Smith

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Zachary Snowdon Smith was the editor of The Cordova Times from February-December 2021.

From the Editor’s Desk: A world elsewhere

Cordova Times editor Zachary Snowdon Smith announces his resignation.

Salvation Army pursues energy efficiency with help of grant

"Community-based support is crucial to The Salvation Army’s ongoing service and ministry in Cordova, so we are truly grateful to Cordova Electric Cooperative and CoBank for their generous donation," said Jenni Ragland.

COVID-19 Update: Nov. 16, 2021

Four new COVID-19 cases were reported in Cordova between Nov. 9-15, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

Stage of the Tide makes a winning bet with ‘Guys and Dolls’

"We’re very lucky to be in a place where we can do something like this at all, being a small town with a lot of health-conscious individuals that are vaccinated," actor Nathan Wesely said. "It seems crazy that we were able to pull it off, but, by God, we did!"

ADF&G: New trappers need mentorship

Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials are encouraging new trappers to seek out more experienced trappers as mentors.

COVID-19 Update: Nov. 9, 2021

Nine new COVID-19 cases were reported in Cordova between Nov. 2-8, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

Power players gather at Cordova Center

"We’re going to push (renewable energy), not because it’s the 'cool' thing to do, but because it’s the smart thing to do," Gov. Mike Dunleavy said. "It doesn’t matter if you’re a conservative or not, or if you’re a progressive... We all win if the energy is cheaper."

Locals want town districted with other coastal communities

At a meeting with Alaska Redistricting Board members, Cordovans said they wanted to be grouped with other coastal communities.

COVID-19 Update: Nov. 2, 2021

Five new COVID-19 cases were reported in Cordova between Oct. 26-Nov. 1, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

Local leaders press Dunleavy on school funding

Gov. Mike Dunleavy heard school and city officials' concerns about pre-K funding and school bond debt reimbursement at a Monday, Oct. 25 public roundtable.

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