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.

When should you request a welfare check?

“If you’re concerned, go ahead and call,” said Cordova interim Police Chief Nate Taylor.

City considers creative cuts

The city of Cordova is considering unorthodox cost-cutting measures to close a gap of over $1 million in the 2021 budget.

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.

As winter sets in, one farmer moves indoors

With clean white surfaces and glowing LEDs, Kristy Andrew’s workplace looks more like an Apple Store than a farm. Nonetheless, Kale’n Thyme’s “farm in a box” is harvesting lettuce and herbs even as frigid storms sweep across Cordova.

Honoring those who have served on Veterans Day in Cordova

By perhaps appropriate coincidence, this week’s feature recognizing bridges named in honor of Cordovans lost in World War I closely coincides with Nov. 11, which is Veterans Day.

Greenhouse could supply Cordova with fresh produce

"The community really needs more local produce," Christopher Iannazzone said

Cordova Republicans dispute Biden win

"This election is not over and Joe Biden is not president-elect," William Deaton said. "We do not know the results and we will not know for some time. Do not lose faith."

Amidst national confusion, an orderly local vote

“I think Alaska has a great process,” Diana Rubio said. “They dot every I and cross every T… There’s none of these hanging chads!”

City will close budget gap with cuts, not taxes

“The city is not looking to the public to make up this gap — we’re looking to ourselves,” City Manager Helen Howarth said.



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