Zachary Snowdon Smith

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Zachary Snowdon Smith is the editor of The Cordova Times.

Parents bridle under school mask rule

"[My daughter] was looking forward to going to school this year," parent Chris Bolin said. "And when she heard that it was required to wear a mask… she didn’t want to go to school no more. It’s just heartbreaking, as a parent, to see your kid not want to go to school when she’s doing so good."

Vax rate may be lower than reported

"People need to stop reading the voodoo stories on the internet," Councilman Tom Bailer said. "Talk to some real doctors and get the dang shot and quit putting the rest of the people in the community at risk."

School will resume with masks required

"We can’t justify not having students wear masks right now," Barb Jewell said. "And I have to tell you, we were all pretty heartbroken because we were hours from saying, 'Gosh, we might not have to have masks at school.'"

Fentanyl linked to June overdose death

"These deadly drugs are circulating in Cordova and there’s really no way to distinguish these from oxycodone," Police Chief Nate Taylor said.

COVID-19 Update: Aug. 10, 2021

Seventeen novel coronavirus cases were reported in Cordova from Aug. 4-8, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

Rev. Mickelson honored by Alaska Masons

The Rev. Belle Mickelson became the first recipient of a newly created award from the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Alaska.

School plan emphasizes learning outside the classroom

"When you’re learning something new, you want to see the relevance, because that will help you be a little bit more engaged — not just, 'You need to learn this because I said so,'" Superintendent Alex Russin said.

COVID-19 Update: Aug. 4, 2021

Two novel coronavirus cases were reported in Cordova from Aug. 2-3, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

COVID-19 Update: Aug. 2, 2021

Seven novel coronavirus cases were reported in Cordova from July 30-Aug. 1, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services announced.

Culvert installation closes 2nd year of project

A 75-foot culvert installed at mile 18 of the Copper River Highway will help salmon migrate freely around the surrounding watershed.

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