With the ingenious use of a cordless drill, Drew Lindow checks the ice thickness at Sheridan. It was less than two inches, so there was no skating that day. Photo by Dick Shellhorn/For The Cordova Times

Cordova Chronicles: Skaters and glaciers are on the move

The ice skating season is here. Starting on Sunday, Nov. 11, more and more locals were seen venturing out onto nearby Eyak Lake, after...

Cordova Chronicles: An attic full of memories

One of my favorite sources of tales is the Cordova Museum. Hidden in its recesses is a treasure trove of classics, including a complete...

Cordova Chronicles: News of the world with your morning coffee

Thanks to online news, the plop of a daily paper landing on the front porch is pretty much a thing of the past, but...

Cordova Chronicles: Say a ‘Hail Mary’ for hatcheries

Now is the time of year when Cordova’s fishing fleet sits idle.In the harbor, vessels of a flotilla that drives the local economy move...

Cordova Chronicles: These Are a Few of My Favorite New Things

Have you ever sat down on a rainy day to ponder some of the unique inventions that have impacted the way you do things? ...

Cordova Chronicles: Requiem for a sourdough

Sourdough pancakes have always been a key part of Alaska history. Indeed, fortune seekers who raced north in search of gold in the late...

Cordova Chronicles: The biggest explosion in Cordova history

Railroad construction and mining have always been hazardous occupations, and sometimes we overlook the fact that Cordova was born of a dangerous quest for...

Cordova Chronicles: Santa brings local basketball fans an early treat

Santa is arriving early this year, by ferry of all things, bearing a special treat for local basketball fans.The Valdez Buccaneers will be here...

Cordova Chronicles: Nature calls, from Paris to Pete Dahl

Pete Dahl and Paris are about as far apart as you can get, but the two have an unexpected bond.As every true sportsman knows,...

Cordova Chronicles: Year 63 of the KLAM

Saturday, April 9, was a bright and sunny day. Folks headed to town along Whitshed road had a lovely view of our fair city,...

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