This Week in Photos: Nov. 10, 2017

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Yeti Crabs gain national competition experience

The Yeti Crabs are back from the National Ocean Sciences Bowl, no titles in hand, but with a wealth of stories to tell, new friends and experiences under their belts.Their long, exciting journey from Cordova to Boulder, CO, began on Wednesday, April 18, in the wake of beating 21 other high school teams from throughout Alaska in early February...

Photo of the Week: Hiking under the Cordova sun

Cordova moms and their children enjoyed a scenic hike June 9. From left are Malani, Lianna and Michael Towle, Amelia Hottinger, Kate, Anja and Anika Arduser, and Una and Sulho Honkola.Photo by Rachel Hoover/For The Cordova TimesRachel Hoover is the owner of Darling’s Ferments in Cordova

This Week in Photos: The Great Eclipse

The “eclipse” as seen from The Cordova Times’ office Aug. 21.Photo by Vivian Kennedy/The Cordova Times

This Week in Photos: Children rejoice at Toys for Tots event

Kade Christian, 3, was one of over 430 Cordova kids who received a gift during the Toys for Tots event on Dec. 22 at Mt. Eccles. Photo by Gayle Groff/for The Cordova Times
Every child in Cordova was invited to pick up a toy Dec. 22 from Toys for Tots at Mt. Eccles Elementary commons. The U.S. Marine Corps, Cordova School District administration and staff, and community volunteers, including Sandie Ponte, U.S. Coast Guard wives and the National Honor Society, made the project possible.“There was a little boy who sat on Santa’s...

60° North Seafoods delivers first fish to Anchorage

While the first Copper River salmon hit markets and tables in Seattle on May 18, the first fish arrived in Anchorage on time for dinner on the day of the first opener, thanks to processing newcomer 60° North Seafoods.Out on the Copper River flats, F/V Genevieve Rose captain John Derek Wiese and deckhand Robert Silveira harvested the Chinooks and...



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