Warming PWS requires further study

Rapid environmental changes already impacting salmon populations require substantially more research into the degree of these changes, fisheries experts are telling a congressional committee...

Large turnout for first Comprehensive Plan community visit

Efforts to update the Cordova Comprehensive plan for the first time since 2008 are attracting the community’s attention.Residents packed on to the stage at...
From left, vendors Mary Babic and Brittany Banks talk to Torie Baker and Belen Cook while they shopped at the holiday bazaar Dec. 1. Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times

Vendor registration closing soon for Holiday Bazaar

Vendor registration for the City of Cordova Parks and Recreation Department Holiday Bazaar is coming to a close at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16.The...

ASMI looks at Southeast Asia potential as seafood market

In a trade war conflict that has resulted in losses for Alaska seafood suppliers in Chinese markets, Southeast Asia has emerged as an alternative...

USCG’s Haunted Sycamore attracts big crowd

As the sun began to set, fog billowed over rusty chains, smashed pumpkins and tombstones, and eventually made its way to the water’s edge...

Grace Christian sweeps Cordova Jr. High

Deep junior high squads from 3A Anchorage Christian swept a series against Cordova at home on Oct. 26-27.In girls B action, Grace prevailed 28-2...

Bears back on Nov. 7 city council agenda

Even as temperatures begin to lower, with snow making its way down the mountains, the topic of bears in Cordova is still fresh on...

Echo sounder records herring fleeing predators

Marine scientists in Prince William Sound are learning more about how herring race to elude predators as they move towards the surface for spawning.In...

Refuse fund ordinance to get second reading

An ordinance authorizing the transfer of $269,492 from the city’s permanent fund to the refuse enterprise fund for the purchase of a refuse truck...

Put on your costume and get ready for Halloween in Cordova

Trick-or-treating, costume contests and a haunted ship are just some of the ways Cordovans are celebrating Halloween this year. Many local businesses are opening...

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