Zachary Snowdon Smith
When you put your thumb over the end of a garden hose, the water squirts out twice as hard. Something similar is happening along the Copper River Highway, where narrow, collapsing and clogged-up culverts have produced currents too strong for salmon to swim against.
"Uncut Gems" will change your mind about Adam Sandler.
Even for those of us who prefer arty, melancholy movies, “The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea” doesn’t offer much.
The contest for City Council Seat B will not be decided until outstanding ballots have been counted, officials announced.
Each Thursday and Friday, students meet at the Mt. Eccles Elementary School music room. But this isn’t a music class — Morning Music, a program loosely associated with Cordova’s 4H Music Camp, is more of a twice-weekly jam session for kids.
Kelsey Appleton Hayden is running for the Cordova Community Medical Center Authority Board in the March 3 Regular Election.
Elodea is, in its way, a true Cordova success story. This water weed was first spotted in Alaska in 1982 in Eyak Lake. Since then, it has spread across the Kenai Peninsula and colonized lakes near Anchorage and Fairbanks.
Sheryl Glasen is running for Cordova School Board in the March 3 Regular Election.
Feb. 21-22 hearings on the state budget drew testimony from six Cordova residents, down from about 30 participants last year. This drop in participation may be due to the fact that the proposed budget does not show dramatic revisions from the current budget.
Cathy Sherman is running for Cordova City Council Seat B in the March 3 Regular Election.