Ahoy, Iceworm! Get ready for Iceworm Festival

The 2022 Iceworm festival is coming up Jan. 29-Feb. 5. We hope all you swashbucklers are ready for this year’s festival, themed “Ahoy Iceworm!” The schedule is starting to take shape, so sail on over to icewormfestival.com for all your festival needs.

Breaking: Cordova Tipoff postponed to Friday due to flight cancellations

Updated: The Cordova Tipoff has been postponed a day because none of the teams planning to arrive via plane have made it to Cordova as of Thursday, Jan. 13. Icy runway conditions at Mile 13 airport have prevented flights from landing for the last three days.

Around Town: Online auction, free documentary, Round Up at the Register

Ilanka Cultural Center is hosting a “members only” silent auction through 4 p.m. Jan. 17 at 32auctions.com/ICC2022. Find out more about that and other events coming up in Cordova in this week's Around Town.

Around Town: Membership drive, free documentary, Round Up at the Register

Ilanka Cultural Center is serving to-go style halibut dinners as part of their annual membership drive. Dinner tickets are $25 and include membership, which gains you access to upcoming ICC classes, and a chance at winning 25,000 Alaska Airline miles.

Community Health: Let’s ‘Kick the 19’, Cordova

Participants with “Kick the 19” will meet for 30 minutes to an hour one night a week to talk about successes and challenges, and for a weigh-in. The program is free and will be facilitated by me, Dr. Paul Gloe.

Around Town: Poetry Competition, New Year’s Torchlight Parade and Firework Show

The annual torchlight parade and firework show will begin 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 31, at Mt. Eyak Ski Area, weather permitting. Come ring in the New Year with Cordova’s family-friendly celebration. Enjoy the rope-tow, a bonfire and warming hut will be open.

Cordova Chronicles: Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

Dick Shellhorn wishes readers a Merry Christmas with tales of searching for the perfect Charlie Brown Christmas tree in this week's Cordova Chronicles.

Wolverine wrestlers finish season on a high note

Wrestling has to be one of the most challenging and demanding sports of all, and Cordova’s grapplers were rewarded for their efforts by sending a remarkable five out of nine wrestlers to this year’s state tournament.

Winter motorized sports now open across the Chugach

It’s fall on the calendar, but it certainly feels like winter on the Cordova Ranger District. Early season snowfall means a winter wonderland brimming with recreation activities: skating, snowshoeing, snowmachining, snowboarding and skiing.

Mt. Eccles students ring in the holidays

Over 100 Mt. Eccles Elementary School students, kindergarten through fourth grade, dressed as insects and other critters performed a winter concert “A Bugz Christmas, a Holiday Musical Infestation!” on Monday, Dec. 13, at Cordova High School gymnasium.



Law & Order: Jan. 10-16

The following is a summary of incidences that occurred or were reported to the Cordova Police Department Jan. 10 through Jan. 16, 2022. Defendant(s) are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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