Zachary Snowdon Smith

Zachary Snowdon Smith is a reporter and photographer for The Cordova Times.
Aboard the M/V Aurora. (Sept. 19, 2019)

Winter ferries may fill up fast

“People have to plan ahead and make their reservations early,” said Monika Reghetti.

Does Cordova have a homelessness problem?

A program organized by Cordova health care and social service providers is connecting homeless individuals with temporary housing.

Son of Cordova residents dies after COVID-19 infection

Forty-year-old Derek Leppert, the son of Cordova residents Sharin and Pastor Steve Leppert, died Thursday, Sept. 10 after contracting the novel coronavirus.

Photographing Alaska’s vanishing boomtowns

“There’s an almost universal fascination with derelict buildings,” Paul Scannell said. “I don’t know anybody who doesn’t want to see a photograph of the Titanic on the bottom of the ocean — I don’t know anybody who doesn’t raise an eyebrow to that.”

School reopening: ‘So far, so good’

The return of students to their classrooms has proceeded smoothly so far, officials said.

Review: Get Duked!

“Get Duked!” is a cinematic avalanche, propelled with manic energy by first-time writer-director Ninian Doff and by its charismatic young leads.

Review: Gainsbourg – A Heroic Life

A smoldering Gitane in hand, Gainsbourg could have matched any American rocker for unruly originality.

Review: She Dies Tomorrow

If the coronavirus pandemic has returned an unsettling awareness of the possibility of death to everyday life, perhaps “She Dies Tomorrow” offers the right horror for the moment.

Review: Farinelli

The music is silky, yet forceful — the film, merely a gaudy spectacle.

Youth program provides tablets

“I’m excited about it,” Nicole Songer said. “It’s a little bit different, but… we’ve really tried to think about how we can make this still be meaningful and successful.”



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