This Week in Photos: Gilnetter

This gillnetter was on the way out to the Copper River Flats on the evening of June 14, prior to an opener the next morning.Photo by Cinthia Gibbens-Stimson/The Cordova Times

This Week in Photos: Rummage Sale

A shopper peruses merchandise during the Cordova Church of the Nazarene’s rummage sale in the old library building on Main Street Aug. 19.  Pastor Steve Leppert, said it seemed like residents considered the church to be the new Salvation Army drop off for used clothing and other household items, “But, we’re not,” he said. “We know residents need a...

Photo of the Week: Iceworm

A snowman-style iceworm rests at Hollis Henrichs Park as town gets ready for the 2018 Iceworm Festival, as seen on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. Photo by Emily Mesner/The Cordova Times
A snowman-style iceworm rests at Hollis Henrichs Park as town gets ready for the 2018 Iceworm Festival, as seen on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018.Photo by Emily Mesner/The Cordova Times

PWSSC 19th annual Copper River Nouveau

Scallop and halibut ceviche and salmon croquettes resting on silver trays bounced quickly from group to group, as hors d'oeuvres were snarfed down.Sunlight pierced through the tall windows at the Cordova Center on Saturday, June 9 during the Prince William Sound Science Center’s 19th annual Copper River Nouveau benefit gala.PWSSC co-founder R.J. Kopchak walked down the long staircase, sunbeams...

Fast Ferry Volleyball Tournament kickstarts school year

The 10th annual Fast Ferry Volleyball Tournament took place in Cordova this year, providing an opportunity to break in the newly renovated Cordova Jr./Sr. High School gym floor to serious athletic competition.The tournament was also the first athletics function for Cordova School District’s new activities and athletics director, Kayti Ammerman.“Watching our girls play volleyball and realizing all of the...

Harbor sunset

A late September sunset captured from the shore below the Reluctant Fisherman Inn, overlooking Cordova’s boat harbor.

Photo of the Week: Getting the “hang” of it

Jim Holley soars above Cordova in his powered paraglider (PPG) on May 14. Holley has enjoyed paragliding since November of 2016.Photo by Wendy Ranney/for The Cordova Times

This Week in Photos: Now that’s a mighty catch!

Cordova commercial fisherman Mike Mickelson holds up a 47-pound Prince William Sound king salmon that he and his seine crew caught in the eastern district on June 29.Photo by Amber Morris/For The Cordova Times

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