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.

CRWP gears up for online documentary film screening

“We have selected films that we feel celebrate and advocate for the environment, fish, social justice and wild spaces for future generations,” said Copper River Watershed Project Executive Director Lisa Docken. “We want to be inclusive and safe this year, and bring wild spaces to everyone, no matter where you live.”

Commentary: This wetland is ‘for the birds’

Every May, one of the most spectacular natural phenomena on the planet occurs on the Copper River Delta as millions of shorebirds congregate on the Delta mudflats in their last effort to fatten up before heading north.

Exhibit features portraits of workers who braved pandemic

"It’s a great example of how art can connect people,” curator Denis Keogh said. “It’s a matter of showing appreciation to all those people that have been potentially at risk, who have been in public contact a lot because of their jobs."

Weekend scrimmages signal end of basketball season

Cordova’s junior high and high school basketball seasons ended with several scrimmages in the last few weeks. Due to COVID protocols, the teams did not travel or have any games with visiting teams this year.

Cordova makes cautious return to in-person events

Mayor Clay Koplin praised community health care providers and the city’s medical response team for their efforts to get the public vaccinated."When you couple that with the work by the community to reduce our active cases back to zero again from our last mini-outbreak, and I think we can feel confident that it is time to relax protocols and get back to normal," Koplin said.

Library launches creative journal

The Cordova Public Library is accepting submissions for an upcoming quarterly creative journal.

Shorebird Festival will offer in-person activities

“There’s a lot of different ways that people can participate in this year’s festival, so it’s pretty flexible,” said Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival coordinator Christi Banks. “This is a really new experience that we’re providing.”

It’s been a year: After 12 months, Cordovans reflect on life...

March 2021 marked the one-year anniversary of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Since then, Cordova has closed, reopened and readjusted too many times to count.

After 13 months, Saturday Market is back

“I don’t know if we’ll ever get back to normal, but we’re moving in the right direction,” said lead organizer Jessicca Morningstar.



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