Cordova holds first Pride celebration

Over 100 people participated and showed their support during Cordova’s first ever Pride parade on Saturday, June 25. Pride is celebrated nationwide, during the month of June, and the rainbow flag is an icon in Pride celebrations, the colors representing the diversity of the LGBTQ community.

Sugpiaq elder leads Cordova artists to make bear gut parka

Under the guidance of teacher June Pardue, a group of Native artists came together to make a traditional Sugpiaq bear gut raincoat. Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation funded the project, which is now displayed at their office in Anchorage.

International grid experts meet in Cordova July 26-29

An international technology forum for remote power system operators and owners featuring isolated grid experts from Alaska, Canada, Hawaii, Australia and Greenland is coming to Cordova July 26-29.

City addresses active shooter protocol, opioid epidemic

A thought-provoking work session occurred June 15 in Cordova. The topics were not for the light of heart: “Active Shooter Preparedness” and the “Fentanyl Overdose Crisis.”

New digs give PWSSC competitive edge as research facility

Prince William Sound Science Center's new facilities on five waterfront acres in Cordova, which opened on Saturday, June 4, will give the region and the state a competitive edge for important economic opportunities, says Katrina Hoffman, president and CEO of the science center.
From left: Matt Doucett, Gerald McCune and Shae Bowman load loose fishing nets into a shipping container for recycling. (Oct. 3, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

CRWP to host first of four gillnet recycling events

Copper River Watershed Project is gearing up or the first of four net recycling events planned for June through October and seeking volunteers to help with the first event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 15-17 in the Alaska Commercial Company parking lot.

Future of Alaska Marine Highway System remains hot topic

Gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker and running mate Heidi Drygas were in Cordova the weekend of June 3-4 for a meet and greet with supporters and to help celebrate the opening of the new Prince William Sound Center.

Cruise Ship anchors in Cordova

A 528-person capacity Hurtigruten cruise ship anchored outside Cordova Harbor on Monday, May 30. Passengers aboard the MS Roald Amundsen arrived in small groups starting at around 3 p.m. There, they were greeted by Cathy Renfeldt, executive director of the Cordova Chamber of Commerce who provided them with maps of Cordova featuring, a dining and shopping guide and a “things to do on foot” brochure. Around town, visitors could be seen wandering the streets.

Stevens, Stutes offer straight talk on what Legislature did in Cordova

Sen. Gary Stevens and Speaker of the House Louise Stutes, both R-Kodiak, will offer insight into the recently concluded legislative session accomplished and what it means for Cordova, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, June 4, at the local Legislative Information Office.

PWSSC opens new waterfront campus on June 4

A leading environmental advocate for Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska will present the opening of its new campus and popular annual fundraiser on Saturday, June 4, complete with a ribbon cutting ceremony, reception and guided tours of its new digs.


Police report

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