Thursday, July 18, 2024

Vivian Kennedy

Vivian Kennedy

Mt. Eyak’s annual torchlight parade and fireworks lights up ski area

Mt. Eyak Ski Area hosted their annual torchlight parade and firework show Saturday, Jan. 8.

Summer activities are back on for Cordova youth

Now that things are opening back up, we are excited to see youth activities return to Cordova. Here is a comprehensive list of local camps and social programs, ranging from science to sports, that your child is sure to enjoy.

Reflecting on the pandemic after 1 year

March 11 marks the one-year anniversary of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Here’s a look back at our top COVID-19 coverage.

Letter to the editor: A big thank you

Cordova Trap & Gun Club secretary Vivian Kennedy thanks everyone who participated in the recent shooting-range cleanup.
A small black worm resembling an ice worm was spotted in the snow near Observation Avenue on Thursday, Feb. 6. Photo courtesy of Jane Phillips

Ice worms spotted in Cordova city limits?

A number of small black “ice worms” have been spotted in Cordova just after Cordova’s annual Iceworm Festival.

Cordova teens help younger kids craft DIY gifts

Cordova High schoolers helped Mt. Eccles Elementary students create handmade gifts for the holidays after school, Tuesday, Dec. 17.
Sunset comes around 4 p.m. as winter approaches. (Nov. 25, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Tips to keep pedestrians safe on dark winter days

With more hours of darkness than daylight these days, here are a few tips to keep pedestrians and drivers safer this holiday season.

Cordova’s backyard

Do you have a great photo of the area you’d like to see as the “Photo of the Week”? If so, share your photo...