Ready for some flag football!

Cordova’s flag football season culminates Aug. 26 at 1 p.m., when the Seahawks take on the 49’ers during their Super Bowl game. The public is invited to the grassy field on Whitshed Road to witness the action. 

This Week in Photos: Belle Mickelson Marks a Milestone

Musicians, square dancers, potluckers, friends and family came together to celebrate the 70th birthday of the Rev. Belle Mickelson, rector of St. George’s Episcopal Church in Cordova, on Dec. 2 at the Homeport.Photo by Katrina Hoffman/for The Cordova Times

Remains of a landmark

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Photo of the Week: Fungus among us

Rachel Hoover with her son Sulho, 2, forage for fungus along Power Creek Road on Wednesday, Aug. 29 with close friend Raven Madison. “Raven and I have this weird thing where we’ll just be driving along and I’ll get an itch that this is a good place to look,” Hoover said. “We both get out of the car and...

Photo of the Week: Oven fresh bear claws

 Theresa Carte, owner/baker of the Little Cordova Bakery, made these delicious bear claw pastries last week. The TLC Bakery will have a new menu up for the month of September. Stop by the bakery and see what’s cookin’! Do you have a great photo of the area you’d like to see as the “Photo of the Week”? If so,...

This Week in Photos: Sunrise

This sunrise over the Million Dollar Bridge and Miles Lake on the Copper River was photographed on June 19, at 3:30 a.m.Photo by Shane Shepherd/For The Cordova TimesShane Shepherd, a fishery biologist I, is stationed at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Miles Lake Sonar Station, near the Million Dollar Bridge.

Photo of the Week: Orca Inlet

The sun sets down Orca Inlet as clouds roll in and over the mountains as seen from the harbor on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018. Photo by Emily Mesner/The Cordova Times
The sun sets down Orca Inlet as clouds roll in and over the mountains as seen from the harbor on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018. Photo by Emily Mesner/The Cordova Times

CVFD fundraising event: smashing cars, surprising Hicks

Volunteer firefighters joined family and friends of Fire Chief Mike Hicks on July 17 to honor him with a surprise party celebrating his re-election to the post for the 15th year.The surprise party was disguised as the Father’s Day car bash and barbecue fundraiser, and Hicks acknowledged that he had no idea it was happening.“They really did get me...

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