Rising to popularity: Cordova’s newest breadmaker is feeding the masses

Cordovans can't get enough of Natalie Helms’ fresh baked breads. Helms, who has quickly come to be known locally as “The Bread Lady,” began...

Celebrating Media Literacy Week with The Cordova Times

This week is U.S. Media Literacy Week. Established in 2015 by the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) and inspired by Canada’s Media...

New Cordova Archery Club hits the mark for rain-protected fun

The Cordova Archery Club (CAC) held its first two meet-ups on Oct. 1 and Oct. 8. The club meets with the purpose of providing...

Current Rhythms expands schedule for fall, welcomes new faces

Current Rhythms dance and yoga studio is expanding offerings for the fall and winter season this year. A variety of classes both familiar and...

Cordova Electric Cooperative and CoBank donate to four local organizations

Four local organizations each received $5,000 in funding from the Cordova Electric Cooperative (CEC) and CoBank last month. The award recipients were the Cordova...

Tribal Family Services embraces mind body connection, offers mental health programs to community

The Tribal Family Services (TFS) at the Native Village of Eyak (NVE) recently wrapped up the last session of the sound bath meditation series...

Copper River Watershed Project raises $25K for programming at anniversary fundraising gala

The Copper River Watershed Project (CRWP) raised more than $25,000 at its 25th anniversary Artists for Nature Gala event last weekend.The event brought together...

Nothing fishy about boosting a Copper River salmon’s social media presence

The Copper River Prince William Sound Marketing Association hosted four visitors to Cordova this week as a part of the organization’s familiarization tour programming.The...

Reflections on our first year in print

This week marks one year in print since I took ownership of The Cordova Times. What a year it has been! Fifty-two issues. Breaking...

Copper River Watershed Project places largest culvert yet for fish passage

The Copper River Watershed Project (CRWP) has just completed its largest culvert placement along the Copper River highway. The large culvert (COP 33), located...
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