Zachary Snowdon Smith
Kristin Carpenter spent 21 years building connections between previously isolated communities and working to address the complex environmental issues facing the Copper River Watershed."There’s a satisfaction to untying the Gordian Knot and making it happen, despite all of the complications," Carpenter says.
Cordova’s Salvation Army food pantry has reopened after a seven-month closure. The food pantry dispensed goods to 38 families during a Saturday, Nov. 23 event, its first since April.
“The administration is feeling huge pressure to provide Cordova with some kind of service,” says Rep. Louise Stutes. “The squeaky wheel gets the grease, and we need to start squeaking again.”
Residents attend a screening of “Molly of Denali” at Mt. Eccles Elementary School. (Nov. 23, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The...
Gift shoppers looking for a shortcut can bid on pre-packed holiday baskets offered by Cordova Family Resource Center. The baskets will be auctioned off Saturday, Nov. 30 at CFRC’s annual Holiday Gifts on the Go event.
"The Other Side” takes us not to Colombia or Uganda, but to the backwaters of Louisiana, where the impoverished bastard children of America eke out a living.
Tarantino offers us something other than a dutiful recreation of Hollywood’s golden age by focusing on the absurdities and the improprieties of the kitschy ’60s.
"I hope that the celebration touched one person’s life who may be struggling," Sobriety Celebration coordinator Mary Babic said. "If we can share our stories and reach out to even one person in this community, then we’re doing what we came here to do."
The crew of the plane involved in an Oct. 17 Unalaska crash landing swerved to avoid running into the water, according to an investigative report by the National Transportation Safety Board.
At a moment when satire has become synonymous with sanctimony, OSS 117’s caprices are a welcome relief.