Rev. Mickelson honored by Alaska Masons

The Rev. Belle Mickelson became the first recipient of a newly created award from the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Alaska.

Museum will digitize 117 years’ worth of newspapers

"The newspapers are a wealth of information for researchers and historians and for the staff so it will benefit and preserve the past for the community," said Vice Mayor Cathy Sherman, who volunteers extensively with the museum.

When cemetery maintenance was cut, citizens stepped up

In preparation for the traditional July Fourth flag-placing, volunteers assembled to give Cordova Cemetery a much-needed sprucing up.

Salmon Jam ditches the ‘big top’

This year's Salmon Jam will include almost all of the events expected in pre-pandemic years, with one major difference: they'll no longer be centralized in one location.

Following 2020 shutdown, Little League returns with renewed vigor

“There was a great deal of pent-up energy and excitement to help get the kids out playing together and enjoying the outdoors,” said Cordova Little League President Dave Reggiani.

Summer activities are back on for Cordova youth

Now that things are opening back up, we are excited to see youth activities return to Cordova. Here is a comprehensive list of local camps and social programs, ranging from science to sports, that your child is sure to enjoy.

Cordova VFW Post #10032 salutes veterans

Members of Cordova’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #10032 and community volunteers turned out in the pouring rain on Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, to honor the memory of local veterans now in their final resting place, with American flags at each gravesite.

Ice age painting exhibit marries art and science

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

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.

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.

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