Cordova hits 38 active virus cases

"We know what to do," City Manager Helen Howarth said. "We have experience. We know how to protect ourselves and our neighbors. If we all do our part, we can stop this particular outbreak, and we can continue to enjoy our community socially and otherwise."

Two from Cordova join PWSRCAC board

Robert Beedle and David Janka have been appointed to two-year terms to represent two Cordova member entities on the board of the Prince William...

Copper River salmon harvest flows into marketplace

Happy days are here again for seafood aficionados hankering for a taste of fresh Copper River sockeye and Chinook salmon.

Food pantry keeps up with rising demand

Cordova’s Salvation Army food pantry distributed 101 of its 102 bags of food at a Monday, Aug. 17 event. Staples such as fish, beans and cereal were supplemented with milk, potatoes, oranges and other fresh produce supplied by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Cordova is funded for tsunami siren

Cordova’s Emergency Services Division has capped off a project in the works for over five years with the receipt of a $36,000 state grant...
From left: Mt. Eccles elementary school students Bastien Wagner and Jonah Wright. (Sept. 17, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Mt. Eccles gives traditional report cards an ‘F’

This year, Mt. Eccles Elementary School students will bring home a new kind of report card.

Groff honored for decades of service to community, CVFD

The city of Cordova honored Richard “Dick” Groff with a Proclamation of Appreciation during the Jan. 16 city council meeting, citing his 45 years of contributions...

City: Sign up now for vaccination

The city has asked all Cordovans who wish to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus to fill out a questionnaire at or to call 907-424-3045.
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.

Extreme weather: City Christmas tree snaps in 108 mph winds

The city of Cordova’s Christmas tree succumbed to high winds, snapping in half and falling into First Street, shortly before 12:15 a.m. Monday, Dec....
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