Letter to the editor: Let me start by acknowledging those adults within the school district who care more about students’ well-being than acting like COVID-19 compliance officers. We know who you are, and we appreciate it. Thank you.
Letter to the Editor: That sun today — and the moon — it was beautiful. It is truly a privilege to go outdoors and feel beauty soaking into oneself; that we can then carry it in our souls, when we face the ugliness of what the world can be. Can we talk a minute about what beauty in our lives could be?
T-minus eight days until the Iceworm Festival kicks off Saturday, Jan. 29, with the theme Ahoy, Iceworm! This year, Treasure Chest tickets will be done through an online platform, and anyone in the state of Alaska can purchase them from wherever they are. The first prize is two roundtrip Alaska Airlines Tickets anywhere they fly with no black-out dates!
The 2022 Iceworm festival is coming up Jan. 29-Feb. 5. We hope all you swashbucklers are ready for this year’s festival, themed “Ahoy Iceworm!” The schedule is starting to take shape, so sail on over to icewormfestival.com for all your festival needs.
Thank you to everyone who decorated a lamp post and voted for your favorites!
“I’m calling my lawyer!” proclaims any television or movie character facing legal trouble. As if everybody has an attorney on speed dial. Or has...
The Iditarod race inflicts needless suffering on sled dogs, writes Jennifer O'Connor.
Cordova Times editor Zachary Snowdon Smith announces his resignation.
Thanksgiving has been set aside as a day to give God thanks, writes the Rev. Michael Kim.
Thanksgiving offers us all an opportunity to reflect on the blessings of living in Cordova, writes the Rev. Belle Mickelson.