Cordova Cash cards to be distributed by Nov. 21

Payment cards usable at some local businesses are expected to arrive in residents’ mailboxes by Saturday, Nov. 21 at the latest.

Update: Elementary student tests positive for COVID-19

Update: Although investigation is ongoing, the Cordova Medical Response Team does not believe transmission of the virus occurred at school.

Update: Alaska infection total rises to 20,832

Update: As novel coronavirus cases and deaths soar, state officials are imploring Alaskans to mask up and socially distance. A total of 20,832 people have been infected in Alaska to date, including 19,712 residents and 1,120 nonresidents. New cases have been in the triple digits for 48 days.

Cordova masks up for Halloween

"We might be seeing some new Cordova traditions being born this year," Pastor Mike Glover said.

Update: Cordova reports 1st virus case in 18 days

Cordova reported its 36th case of the novel coronavirus Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Update: Statewide COVID-19 infections reach 17,448

Update: Pandemic infections keep rising in the triple digits in Alaska, with 382 new cases on Tuesday, Nov. 3, pushing the statewide total of those diagnosed with COVID-19 in the state to 17,448.

Update: Statewide COVID-19 infections reach 14,413

Update: A surge in the spread of COVID-19 in Alaska continued in triple digits for a 33rd day, with 348 newly infected.

Update: Pandemic spread in triple digits for 27th day

Update: A surge in the spread of COVID-19 in Alaska, now in triple digits for more than three weeks, has pushed the number of infected to 12,432 individuals.

ASAA cancels fall state championships, postpones other activities

Effective Oct. 13, the Alaska School Activities Association canceled state tournaments in all fall sports, and postponed other activities.

Cordova’s virus surge continues

Cordova reported four new cases of the novel coronavirus Saturday, Oct. 10.



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