Zachary Snowdon Smith

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Zachary Snowdon Smith is the editor of The Cordova Times.

Invasive mussels found on aquarium moss balls

"It could be extremely detrimental to aquatic habits in Alaska if zebra mussels were inadvertently introduced in any freshwater system in the state," said ADF&G invasive species coordinator Tammy Davis. "It is imperative that we take measures to ensure that this does not happen."

Cordova reports 1 non-resident virus case

Cordova reported one new, non-resident, case of the novel coronavirus Wednesday, March 17.

Alaska man arrested in connection with Capitol riot

FBI agents arrested an Alaska man for his alleged participation in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.

SUV crash case: Jones pleads guilty to criminally negligent homicide, DUI

A Cordova man involved in a deadly 2019 SUV crash pled guilty to criminally negligent homicide and DUI. Charges of manslaughter and of misconduct involving weapons in the fourth degree were dismissed by the prosecution.

Cordova reports 1 new virus case; active case count falls to 3

Cordova reported one new resident case of the novel coronavirus Tuesday, March 16.

City lowers health alert level

The city of Cordova lowered its health alert level Friday, March 12. The alert level reduction was recommended due to the falling number of active cases, increased vaccination distribution, and the effectiveness of local businesses' mitigation plans.

$50K needed to replace historic church’s moss-eaten roof

With its moss-covered roof, St. George's Episcopal Church looks as quaint and cozy as a hobbit-hole. Unfortunately, the moss that adds to the church’s rustic charm is also causing its roof to deteriorate.

Voter turnout 23% over average

Voter turnout in the 2021 Cordova General Election was up about 23% compared to average turnout over the previous 10 years.

Cordova reports 1 resident virus case

Novel coronavirus infections have slowed following an early-March outbreak.

Police chief returns from administrative leave

Police Chief Nate Taylor returned to work Monday, March 8. Taylor will spend the next four months under the mentorship of a retired Alaska police chief arriving from outside Cordova.

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