Two breweries vie for liquor license

At its Wednesday, Dec. 1 meeting, Cordova City Council voted not to protest the liquor license applications of two breweries hoping to open their doors in Cordova. Because Alaska’s Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office may grant only one brewery liquor license to a community the size of Cordova, at least one of the applications will presumably be denied following the office’s public hearings in January.

Federal package holds millions for Cordova

Cordova expects to see big benefits from the $1.2-trillion federal infrastructure legislation signed into law by President Joe Biden.

Locals want town districted with other coastal communities

At a meeting with Alaska Redistricting Board members, Cordovans said they wanted to be grouped with other coastal communities.

Local leaders press Dunleavy on school funding

Gov. Mike Dunleavy heard school and city officials' concerns about pre-K funding and school bond debt reimbursement at a Monday, Oct. 25 public roundtable.

Officials answer tough questions on drugs and addiction

"When somebody who’s using casually, or even heavily, ends up with a problem… they stop using," Dr. Brian Iutzi said. "They put it down. They don’t pick it back up. The problem with addiction is, there’s a certain percentage of people out there that are unable to put it down, even if it’s killing them."

City will hold public forum on vaccinations Sept. 8

A public forum on the topic of COVID-19 and vaccinations is scheduled for 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 8 at the Cordova Center.

Forum on substance abuse set for Sept. 14

A panel discussion on the impact of drugs and alcohol on Cordova is scheduled for 5:30-7 p.m Tuesday, Sept. 14 at the Cordova Center.

City employees must vaccinate or take weekly COVID-19 tests

Beginning Sunday, Aug. 1, the city of Cordova will require all its employees to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or to be tested weekly for the virus.

Update: City raises virus alert level following outbreak

The city of Cordova raised its public health alert level Monday, July 12.

City ends mask mandate

At a Wednesday, May 19 meeting, Cordova City Council voted unanimously to repeal most local COVID-19 rules, including a rule requiring the wearing of face coverings.

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Police report

Courtesy of the Cordova Police Department  The following incidents were reported to the Cordova Police Department between 10-10-22...
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