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Pan-Seared Alaska Cod over Minted Pea Purée

Recipe of the Week: Pan-Seared Alaska Cod over Minted Pea Purée

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At Mile 19.5 traffic cones surrounds a large hole caused by a collapsed culvert. Perhaps a Christmas tree with a red light atop, rather than alder, should have been stuck in the ho-ho-hole. Photo by Dick Shellhorn/The Cordova Times

Cordova Chronicles: Copper River Highway culverts face furry adversary

Recently a portion of a culvert at 21.5 Mile on the Copper River Highway collapsed,...

Oil and gas production tax introduced

The Alaska House Majority Coalition on Jan. 16 introduced legislation that would boost the state’s...

Legislative proposals aim at rising crime rate

Gov. Bill Walker is proposing new crime fighting steps, including one dealing with a persistent...
THE PRETZEL FACTORY – Leonard and Marie Lange, old-time area fishermen now moonlighting as pretzel proprietors, recently opened a new shop, the Pretzel Factory, on First Street in Cordova. It specializes in hard and soft pretzels (including pre-cooked pretzels to take home) and long and short hot dogs, but also serves other assorted refreshments. Leonard began setting up shop Jan. 4, and by Friday afternoon, Jan. 13, was open for business. Although the Pretzel Factory appeared to be doing good business on its first day, most of the money taken in shifted from Leonard’s wallet to Leonard’s till as he treated several helpers (above) to sample pretzels. The Pretzel Factory is open from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily, or later if business demands.

Flashback: They’re M-m-m-m, good!

Editor’s Note: Flashback is a new feature in The Cordova Times. Check back weekly for...