Ice age painting exhibit marries art and science

Would you rather go to an art show or a scientific exhibit? Why not both?

Chugach Corner: Agents of Discovery, where technology and nature combine

Come join Cordova Ranger District Forest Rangers on National Trails Day on Saturday, June 5, for an immersive outdoors experience along the Haystack Trail. Participants will get a chance to take in the natural habitat and discover clues with the educational and fun mobile game Agents of Discovery.

Copper River Nouveau online auction runs through June 11

Over 70 items, from art, apparel and jewelry to food, trips and more, are up for bid at the Copper River Nouveau online auction from Sunday, June 6 through Friday, June 11.

Cordova Chronicles: Out with the old, in with the new

The shores of Lake Eyak are witnessing a flurry of construction activity this summer, with two new homes as well as a small cabin being built along its scenic edges.

Cordova Chronicles: Flying forget-me-nots

Spring is in the air, and Cordova gardening enthusiasts have been out in full force to take advantage of the first plant sales of the season.

Around Town: Film festival, seed swap, summer reading program

The Copper River Watershed Project and the Wild and Scenic Film Festival are hosting a two-hour long virtual film festival from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 22.

Church offers ‘DIY’ blessing kits for faithful fishermen

This year, the Rev. Michael Kim is offering a special service for COVID-conscious Catholics: a “do-it-yourself” kit that fishermen can use to bless their own boats and gear.

Cordova Chronicles: A Centennial booklet full of Cordova history

1967 was the 100th anniversary of the purchase of Alaska from Russia, and in recognition of that special year, the Cordova Chamber of Commerce published a 57-page booklet titled “Discover Alaska First at Cordova - A Guide to the Cordova Area.”

CRWP gears up for online documentary film screening

“We have selected films that we feel celebrate and advocate for the environment, fish, social justice and wild spaces for future generations,” said Copper River Watershed Project Executive Director Lisa Docken. “We want to be inclusive and safe this year, and bring wild spaces to everyone, no matter where you live.”

Shellhorn among finalists for Alaska Sports Hall of Fame award

Basketball referee and Cordova Times columnist Dick Shellhorn was among three finalists for the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame’s Joe Floyd Award.



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