Petersburg spoils Cordova Rally the Regions repeat

Petersburg ended Cordova’s bid to repeat as Rally the Regions back-to-back champions, topping CHS 54-35 in the final game of the popular invitational tournament Jan. 1-4 in Anchorage.

Cordova Chronicles: The tide comes in and the tide goes out

Step aside, Dan Brown — Cordova's best-selling paperback is a real page-turner, writes Dick Shellhorn.

Cordova Tipoff opens home basketball season

The 38th Annual Cordova Tipoff will launch this year’s home basketball schedule, with teams from Unalaska, Wasilla and Scammon Bay joining the Wolverines for three days of round robin hoops action.

Library documentary opens monthly screening series

When it comes to movie fundraisers, most organizations choose crowd-pleasers: “The Avengers,” “Spider-Man” and so forth. However, Friends of the Library has taken a different approach.

Around Town: Winter Film Fest & Gear Swap, Tip-Off Tournament, ICC...

The Powder House is hosting a Winter Film Fest & Gear Swap starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11.

Cordova Chronicles: A Wish for 2020 — Civility

America's Founding Fathers appealed for civility and levelheadedness. As 2020 dawns, these virtues seem in short supply, writes Dick Shellhorn.

Around Town: Archery Class, Certified Nurse Aid Class, ICC Membership Dinner

Preregistration for a Certified Nurse Aid Class at Prince William Sound College, Cordova Campus is now open until Jan. 9. For more information and to sign up, call 907-424-7598.

At Your Library: Become a friend of the library

If you're looking for a new year's resolution, joining the Cordova Public Library Friends group would be a good place to start, writes Cathy Sherman.

Moonlight Madness brings artisanship to the food court

For many, the phrase “food court” may call to mind images of lukewarm food slopped onto disposable plates in a fluorescent-lit mall atrium. But the Moonlight Madness Food Court event turned these expectations on their head, inviting local culinary artists to the Cordova Center solarium.

Cordova Chronicles: ‘Go, Dog. Go!’

Nov. 9, a Cordova driver was seen driving donuts in a parking lot. But, as Dick Shellhorn observes, such vehicular antics aren't limited to humans.



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