Museum Memories: Building the Kuskulana Bridge

The crossing of the Kuskulana River was a major challenge to the engineers of the Copper River and Northwestern Railway, writes Cathy Sherman.

Taking home a piece of the CoHo

A French fry press, disco lights, a metal detector, an old jukebox, a duck ashtray, a popcorn maker, a pair of model ships, an ammo box, a carpet shampooer and an eclectic collection of cookie jars; these are just some of the many things that were for sale in the CoHo auction.

At Your Library: Cozy up with some children’s holiday classics

The Christmas season is the perfect time to pick up a children's book from Cordova Public Library, writes Cathy Sherman.

Cordova Chronicles: For whom the bell tolls

The CoHo's bar bell remains one of its most significant artifacts, writes Dick Shellhorn.

Around Town: Lego League, Christmas Bird Count, Breakfast with Santa

The Cordova Historical Society is hosting a Holiday Gallery Opening from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5 at the Copper River Gallery.

At Your Library: Taking a moment amidst the bustle

Books can offer a great way to get away from the stress of the holiday season, writes Cathy Sherman.

Your guide to finding a unique and personal gift for the...

Here is a selection of items from five local artists with handmade gifts available for the holiday season.

‘Molly of Denali’ writer visits Cordova

Residents attend a screening of “Molly of Denali” at Mt. Eccles Elementary School. (Nov. 23, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The...

Cordova Chronicles: Just walkin’ in the rain

“An early morning walk is a blessing for the whole day,” wrote Henry David Thoreau. Dick Shellhorn agrees.

Junior high girls place 2nd in Valdez tournament

Cordova’s junior high girls finished their season with a second-place finish in the B Division of the junior varsity tournament Nov. 7-9 in Valdez.



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