Letter to the Editor: Tatitlek candy drop made Halloween special

Tatitlek thanks everyone who helped make this year's Halloween candy drop happen.

Letter to the Editor: Support your local PTA

The Cordova Parent Teacher Association appreciates the support it's received, but still needs help to continue serving the community, writes Henk Kruithof.

Letter to the Editor: Galvin understands Alaska

Unlike Rep. Don Young, Alyse Galvin is passionately committed to advocating for the interests of communities like Cordova, writes Kristin Carpenter.

Letter to the Editor: Alaska deserves a fair cut of oil profits

Alaskans should reject oil corporations' false promises and vote yes on Ballot Measure 1, writes Bill Hall.

Letter to the Editor: Stop cramming our mailboxes with campaign spam

There's no reason for candidates to jam Alaskans' mailboxes with useless political advertisements, writes Dixie Lambert.

Letter: Ballot Measure 2 will disproportionately harm Alaska Natives

Leask-Ruaro writes: This 25-page initiative would replace our simple method of voting with a complicated scheme financed by Lower-48 billionaires, without Alaska’s unique diversity in mind.

Letter to the Editor: Vote for the troller

Dr. Al Gross knows and understands the fishing life, writes Mike Mayo.
Inventory on display at the Cordova Church of the Nazarene’s winter clothing giveaway. (Oct. 19, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Letter to the Editor: Gratitude to Pastor Steve Leppert

Kristi Rubio thanks Pastor Steve Leppert and the volunteers who made Cordova's most recent clothing drive a success.
A pair of coho salmon caught during the Ed Zeine Kids Fishing Derby. (Sept. 7, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to fishing derby sponsors and volunteers

Ed Zeine Kids Fishing Derby organizer Vivian Knop thanks the community for helping to make this year's event a success.

Letter to the Editor: Vote for the fisherman

This year, voting for fisheries means voting for independent U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Al Gross, writes Michael J. Mayo.



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