Alaska State Fair offers $8,000 in scholarships to high school students 

The Alaska State Fair is offering $8,000 in scholarships to Alaskan students this year. Applications are open to Alaskan junior and senior high school students...
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Iceworm history 

An annual mid-winter tradition since 1961, the Iceworm Festival is a one-of-a-kind celebration for a unique Alaskan town. Here’s how it all started: A couple...

ANTHC report identifies unmet needs of environmentally threatened rural communities 

A new report released last week by the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) identifies the unmet needs of 144 rural Alaska communities threatened...
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Rainy Iceworm 

Not all Iceworm Festivals are snowy with clear blue skies! This Iceworm parade took place on a rainy year, but it didn’t deter the...
The crew of the F/V Seaview land a pot of tanner crab during rough weather conditions in January 2024. Photo by Nelly Hand

Pot Half Full: Cordova boats find success in Kodiak crab despite uncertainties  

As crab fisheries around the state become increasingly unstable over the last two years, fishermen have found reliable opportunities in Kodiak. Several Cordova vessels and...
Cordova freshman Victoria Nothstine (#23) goes up for a jump shot against Su-Valley on Jan. 27, 2024. Photo by Dick Shellhorn

Cordova boys sweep Su-Valley, Su-Valley beats Lady Wolverines

Cordova boys sweep Su-Valley in home conference action  In home court action, the Cordova Wolverines won a pair of conference games versus Su-Valley on Jan....
Heather Johnson drinks a beer during the first lap of the Chu-go-saurus Beer Mile on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024. Photo by Kinsey Brown for The Cordova Times

‘Nothing like being four beers deep and full of endorphins’  

Runners compete in a frosty 2024 Beer Mile Participants in the Beer Mile competed this past Saturday, Jan. 27 for the title of champion in...

ADF&G forecasts strong run of sockeye salmon into Copper River in 2024 

State fisheries officials are forecasting a strong run of nearly 2 million sockeye salmon into the Copper River in 2024, plus an average run...

Thrifters rejoice: Rummage sale reopens ahead of spring

Much to the delight of local Cordova shoppers, the community thrift store and rummage sale has reopened after a brief winter break. Over a...

Happy Iceworm Cordova! 

By the Iceworm Committee The 2024 Iceworm Festival “Pre-Ice-Storic” goes through the end of the day on Saturday, Feb. 3. We hope you’re feeling the...
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