What is the name of this road?

Every Cordovan knows the 1,400-foot road that winds gently around the western tip of Eyak Lake. However, no one seems to agree on just what this road should be called.

Cordova Chronicles: A fan for the ages

From up yonder in bleachers much higher than the top row at CHS Court, Stan Makarka will still be rooting for his beloved Blue and White.

Around Town: Free dump day, Project Appleseed, net recycling

Free dump day, Project Appleseet, net recycling and more coming up in Cordova in this week's Around Town.

Chugach Corner: Mt. Eccles elementary students make debris huts, learn survival...

The Chugach National Forest, Cordova Ranger District is a great place to play and create, and fifth and sixth graders from Mt. Eccles Elementary School did just that recently. A group of bright-eyed youngsters descended upon 18 Mile on Aug. 26 for a fun-filled day. The event challenged roughly 40 students to flex their creativity and critical-thinking muscles, all while working on team building and communication.

Business Spotlight: Current Rhythms

A Q&A with Alyssa Kleissler, owner of Current Rhythms dance studio.

Around Town: Watershed fundraiser, marksmanship clinic, web recycling

Copper River Watershed’s annual fundraiser, Eat Wild to Save Wild, is Oct. 2-9. That and more events in Cordova this week in Around Town.

Business Spotlight: CDV Tech Guy

This business spotlight was co-created by Cobilynn Rogers, Business Support for the Cordova Chamber of Commerce and Bryan Mills, owner of CDV Tech Guy. CDV Tech Guy supports any Cordova individual, business, or nonprofit facing frustrations with technology.

Cordova Chronicles: Hopes high for another big ski season

With fresh snow already dusting the peaks surrounding Cordova, local skiers and snowboarders are anticipating another big season.

Salmon Jam organizers look ahead to 2022

Some changes to the Copper River Salmon Jam festival may continue to 2022 and beyond, organizers said.



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