Alleged misconduct leads to recall election Nov. 7

During a special election slated for Nov. 7, voters will decide if city councilman Josh Hallquist should retain council seat E, or be recalled...

Clarke home damaged by flood waters

Former Cordovan Sean Clarke, his daughters Kinzie and Kaylin, and son Kynan, were rescued during Hurricane Harvey when a boat pulled up to the...

Mills family hopes for adoption by Christmas

Thoughts of adoption has always been close to the hearts of Bree and Bryan Mills, and now the Cordova couple, parents of a six-year...

From Cordova to the eye of Irma

Click on an image to enlargeJune James had no clue she’d be helping her mother prepare for Hurricane Irma just two weeks after leaving...

Partnership grant on microgrids includes Cordova

Federal energy officials have awarded a $6.2 million grant to an Alaskan partnership that includes Cordova, with a goal of enhancing the resilience methods...

Parking lot for Sand Trail access area to be ready by early summer

Click an image to enlarge itA new parking lot at Mile 9.5 on the Copper River Highway is expected to open by early next...

Mug Up: Recycling clothes, household goods, would help people, landfill

The Rev. Belle Mickelson is speaking out on behalf of the community’s need for a place to recycle clothing and other household goods in...

Power Creek Road washes out anew

A 50-foot length of Power Creek Road washed out for the second time in a month on Aug. 29, in the aftermath of seven...

City government faces refuse disposal challenges

A broken-down baler and bears looking for a free meal are posing increased challenges for city officials dealing with the Mile 17 landfill site.Estimates...

Washout on Power Creek Road exposes hydro transmission line

Nearly six inches of rain over a three-day period caused a washout on Power Creek Road Aug. 13, unearthing about 50 feet of buried hydroelectric...
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