Dick Shellhorn reflects on the life of an exemplary Cordovan.
A single flag flies on a unique plaque hidden in the archives of the Cordova Museum. Presented by the CHS Class of 1943, it is an amazing list of all the CHS graduates that served our country in WWII up through that year, accompanied by a photo of each.
Dick Shellhorn reflects on the life of Cliff Alber, dubbed the Mayor of Kiniklik.
History is full of contradictions, and it seems like the further back one looks, the more there are.
For Dick Shellhorn, one of the most rewarding aspects of writing Cordova Chronicles is the unexpected responses he receives from readers.
Deep in the recesses of the Cordova Museum, volunteer archivist Ira Grindle spends hours poring through old files and newspapers, converting them to digital format.
In this week's Cordova Chronicles, a short foray into Dick Shellhorn's long-running love of baseball.
Cordovans know a thing or two about "hunkering down."
Self-isolation is nothing new — after all, many Cordovans go to secluded cabins to get away from it all.
If you start a game of Scrabble with Dick Shellhorn, be prepared for a volley of little-known, and high-scoring, nautical terms.