Cordova prepares for future electric vehicles

Editor’s Note: As Cordova prepares for a future when electric vehicles will come more into vogue, Cordova Mayor Clay Koplin, who is also the...

State health officials gauge local COVID-readiness

A group of visiting public health officials toured Cordova’s health care facilities Wednesday, May 13. The visit gave state and federal officials an opportunity to observe the challenges facing Cordova in devising a response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Coast Guard ends forward deployment to Cordova

U.S. Coast Guard officials have ended the summer deployment of an Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew, with the crew returning to Kodiak.

Monday Morning Assemblies at Mt. Eccles Elementary School

By: Dawn Gonzalez, for The Cordova TimesBeginning in August, Mt. Eccles Elementary School was fortunate to start holding Monday Morning Assemblies again as an...

Girls on the Run complete 5K

“We believe that every girl can embrace who she is, can define who she wants to be, can rise to any challenge, can change...

City may reduce virus mandates in June

Cordova’s Unified Command may recommend a reduction in coronavirus-related restrictions in June. However, the city hopes to attain a 70% COVID-19 vaccination rate for eligible recipients before reducing mandates.
City workers remove snow from First Street. (Dec. 27, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

City aims to cut costs without cutting services

“The instruction to everyone was: be realistic,” says City Manager Helen Howarth. “Don’t try to force things to work based on an assumed budget. Ask what you need to fulfill the responsibility of your department to the city

Cordova reports first new virus cases in 13 days

Cordova reported two new, travel-related, cases of the novel coronavirus Monday, Feb. 22.

Undaunted by economic chaos, a new chiropractor sets up shop

NorthStar Alignment is planned to open its doors Tuesday, June 16 at the Pioneer Square building.
Anne Schaefer completes her oath of office, delivered by Mayor Clay Koplin, after the city council meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 6. “I’m really excited to serve as a city council member for Cordova and I’m really thankful for all of the support I got from the community,” Schaefer said. Emily Mesner/The Cordova Times

Anne Schaefer elected city councilor in unanimous vote

Anne Schaefer was elected city council member on Dec. 6, filling the position of council seat E, previously held by Josh Hallquist.Nominated by councilor...
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