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Participants learn about wild plant identification at NVE’s inaugural Plant Symposium on Saturday, June 15, 2024. Photo by Kinsey Brown for The Cordova Times

NVE hosts inaugural Plant Symposium  

The Native Village of Eyak (NVE) hosted its inaugural Plant Symposium “Rooted in our Region” this past weekend, which featured keynote speakers knowledgeable about...

Rabung’s life’s work catches the Fisheries Achievement Award at Cordova’s annual Copper River Nouveau 

President and CEO Katrina Hoffman of the Prince William Sound Science Center (PWSSC) presented Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) Commercial Fisheries Director...

Chamber’s six-year effort brings cruise ship to Cordova

An extended effort by the Cordova Chamber of Commerce to boost cruise tourism got off to a smooth start last Monday, with visitors from...

A seaweed exchange: Alaskan seaweed farmers visit Scotland 

From May 4 to May 12 an Alaskan delegation of seaweed farmers visited Scotland to learn more about different technologies and processes in the...

Upscale cruiser set to stop every Monday in Cordova this summer 

A new twist in tourism is coming to Cordova starting on Monday, June 3, with adventurers traveling on the upscale Uncruise Adventures’ Safari Explorer...

Cape St. Elias Light Station: A beacon on Kayak Island

Cape St. Elias Lightkeepers Association’s (CSELA) biggest fan, Toni Bocci, said that history and preservation are what their project is meant to uphold and...

Same office, new desk: Public works director transitions to new role as city manager 

With 14 years already in the books, new city manager Samantha Greenwood has some history working for the City of Cordova. In late April,...

Bill includes possible funds for reconstruction of Second Street, Eyak Lake Skaters’ Cabin 

By Kyi Gasmen  Within the capital appropriations listed in Senate Bill 187, awaiting on Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s desk for his signature, there is money allocated...
Cordova High School students and teachers wear red on April 24, 2024 to protest Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s veto of an educational package and the legislature’s inability to override it. Photo by Kyi Carino

The CHS Red Ocean: Students, staff continue protesting budget cuts even with new donation

By Kyi Gasmen Cordova High School students and staff are continuing to protest the cuts in the new Cordova School District budget, although programs will...

Keynote speaker: Shorebirds matter 

Art is just as important as science is to uncover lost knowledge, this year’s Copper River Shorebird Festival keynote speaker told the audience. Flying...