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.

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.

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.

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.

City Council gets update on alpine ski season

“There was lots of interest and lots of participation. There were a lot of young folks learning how to ski. Every day that we could we opened it up,” beamed Reggiani.



LAW & ORDER: June 27-July 3

The following is a summary of incidences that occurred or were reported to the Cordova Police Department June 27 through July 3, 2022. Defendant(s) are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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