Zachary Snowdon Smith
A non-resident of Cordova tested positive for the novel coronavirus over the Sept. 5-6 weekend.
Pacific Marine Expo, a major commercial marine event held annually in Seattle, is going digital only in 2020 due to health and safety issues presented by the worldwide novel coronavirus pandemic, organizer Diversified Communications announced.
“If you’re going to wait for the federal government to do it, you’ve got a long wait,” Rep. Don Young said.
A vote to renew Cordova’s emergency declaration failed, then narrowly passed upon reconsideration, at a Wednesday, Sept. 2 meeting of Cordova City Council.
Cordova residents have been targeted in an apparent scam to obtain money in the form of gift cards.
Cordova Community Medical Center Materials Manager Vivian Knop received an award for exemplary workplace safety performance.
Cordova parents have carried on a vigorous discussion over just how schools should reopen. So have Cordova students, some anxious about the risk of the coronavirus, others eager to return to class as normal — perhaps more than during any previous school year.
Although Cordova’s participation rate in the U.S. census has risen by 5.8 percentage points over the past month, the city continues to lag behind the state and the nation.
A Cordova resident has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, officials announced Thursday, Aug. 27.
The case of a Cordova man accused of manslaughter may be resolved without a trial, his attorney said at a Tuesday, Aug. 25 hearing.