Coast Guard rescues two fishermen near Cordova

A U.S. Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Cordova rescued two fishermen approximately 17 miles southwest of Cordova on the afternoon of June...

Medic is devoted to saving lives in her hometown

Veteran Cordova first responder Becki Shipman, captain of Emergency Medical Services with the Cordova Volunteer Fire Department, has mastered a new round of medical...

$1,000 raised for Operation Christmas Child

One thousand dollars earned at a Cordova bake sale will bring Christmas to more than four dozen girls and boys in need, far from the...

Volunteers respond to emergency needs

Three members of the Cordova Volunteer Fire Department have received commendations of excellence for helping to save the life of a teenager suffering from...

American flags in Cordova cemeteries on Memorial Day

American flags marked gravesites in and around Cordova, and bridges along the Copper River Highway on Memorial Day weekend, thanks to community volunteers who...

Pistol shooting proves popular

Some came in trepidation, too scared to even hold a handgun, but after a day of learning, loading and shooting the borrowed pistols, they were ready...

Alleged misconduct leads to recall election Nov. 7

During a special election slated for Nov. 7, voters will decide if city councilman Josh Hallquist should retain council seat E, or be recalled...

Donation will bring new K9 dog to Cordova

Donations of $3,500 apiece from Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott will help support costs of having a drug detection dog and...
Councilmember Kenneth Jones listens as Robert Brown speaks to the Council on the council action on disposal and method of disposal of Lot 3, Block 5 North Fill during the City Council meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. Photo by Emily Mesner/The Cordova Times

City lots stir conversation during council meeting

Acreage eyed by Robert Brown for expansion of his machine shop business is for now unavailable, after a vote by the Cordova City Council,...
Sierra McAniff helps Kash Quinn listen to his sister, Kinley’s, heartbeat with a homemade stethoscope. Photo by Teal Barmore/for Prince William Sound Science Center

PWSSC Sea Squirts learn about hearts

The Prince William Sound Science Center’s Sea Squirts education program focused on hearts for their Feb. 20 monthly program.More than 20 children, ages 3...

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