Zachary Snowdon Smith
Schools, businesses and city departments have drawn up plans to respond to the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Social distancing has, overnight, become a universally recognized norm. But just how much distance is enough?
Alaska food and drink establishments must halt public dine-in service, by order of a mandate announced Tuesday, March 17 by the governor’s office.
Cordova Public Library, Cordova Historical Museum, the Bidarki Recreation Center and Bob Korn Memorial Pool will be closed until at least March 30.
The Cordova Family Resource Center is conducting a community-wide survey on interpersonal violence, substance abuse and mental health issues.
Cordova School District has suspended district-sponsored travel for both students and staff, according to a Friday, March 13 release by Superintendent Alex Russin. This excludes travel already underway, though this may also be curtailed as new information emerges.
During her eight-year tenure as principal, Gayle Groff shifted Mt. Eccles Elementary School's focus toward students’ emotional development. To Groff, a maladjusted student is a poorly educated student, regardless of how high his test scores are.
“We put our hands up in the air and said, ‘We want it!’” Fire Marshal Paul Trumblee said. “If you don’t ask for it, you don’t get it.”
“Playmobil: The Movie” is a featherweight imitation of “The Lego Movie."
“The Rise of Jordan Peterson” follows the trajectory of the titular public thinker — either a champion of individual freedom or the herald of a new fascism, depending on whom you ask.