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.

Around Town: Christmas services, Torchlight Parade and Firework Show, snowman competition

Celebrate the holidays with Cordova Christmas services, plus details on the New Year's Eve Torchlight Parade and Firework Show in this week's Around Town.

Cordova wins the Battle of the Wolverines

It has been said that the third time is a charm, and for the Cordova Wolverines, that held true as they topped the Tok Wolverines 52-45 in the third round of the Service High Tournament in Anchorage for their first win of the season.

Cordova Chronicles: Mt. Eyak Ski Hill memories

The snow is piling up, and it looks like we are in for another fabulous ski season. The Mt. Eyak Ski area is truly one of Cordova’s finest recreational facilities, and not enough can be said about those that helped develop it, as well as those who continue to maintain and expand it.

Cordova boys open basketball season at big Anchorage tournament

After a year’s hiatus from basketball competition, the Cordova Wolverines decided to go all-in on their season opener.Talk...

Around Town: Christmas Bird Count, Breakfast with Santa, snowman competition

Get ready for the 50th Annual Christmas Bird Count, don't miss the last day of the annual holiday bazaar, put in your final bid at the CCMC ornament auction and have breakfast with Santa this weekend.

Cordova Spikers advance to State

COVID protocols cancelled their schedule last year, and Coach Janelle Greenwood’s squad practiced diligently all season without any travel or matches.

Stage of the Tide makes a winning bet with ‘Guys and...

"We’re very lucky to be in a place where we can do something like this at all, being a small town with a lot of health-conscious individuals that are vaccinated," actor Nathan Wesely said. "It seems crazy that we were able to pull it off, but, by God, we did!"

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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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