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Preliminary city election results are in 

Preliminary results from Tuesday’s city elections are in.  As each of the six seats were uncontested, those candidates will take those seats. The only potential for...

Series: City candidates gear up for next month’s local election  

Tuesday, March 5 will bring the Cordova city elections. Six seats — two on the school board, two on the hospital board, and two...

Series: City candidates gear up for next month’s local election

Tuesday, March 5 will bring the Cordova city elections. Six seats — two on the school board, two on the hospital board, and two...

Peltola announces campaign for re-election

Rep. Mary Sattler-Peltola, D-Alaska, on Monday announced her candidacy for re-election as Alaska’s lone member of the U.S. House of Representatives, while calling for...

Allison wins Cordova mayoral race by 2 votes

Cordova City Council voted unanimously Wednesday, March 16, to certify the results of the 2022 mayoral election in favor of candidate David Allison.

Commentary: Alaska cannot afford to sit out this war

Larry Persily writes: The state of Alaska, Congress and the president, individual companies and people do not all have the same capabilities and authority to show their disgust and dismay at Russia’s unprovoked, murderous attack on Ukraine, a sovereign nation at war with no one until Russian President Vladimir Putin decided he had to prove that he is the toughest, meanest kid on the planet.

Cordova Council discusses local election, south harbor project

Cordova City Council convened March 2 to discuss myriad of topics, including the south harbor rebuild. The city is intent on keeping the project rolling and is on a quest for more funding. An overwhelming majority of Cordovans voted yes on Proposition 1, which allows the city to take a $2 million dollar Department of Environmental Conservation loan.

March 4, 2022 edition

Meet the new Cordova postmaster, get the election results, catch up on Wolverines basketball, homecoming and much more! The March 4, 2022, edition of The Cordova Times is now available to view as a PDF online. Or pick up a print copy at Nichols’, AC Value Center, The Alaskan and Cordova Gear.

Polls open for Election Day in Cordova

Cordova residents go to the polls on March 1 to elect a new mayor, city council members and school board members and to decide on a $2 million ballot proposition to help finance rebuilding of the city’s South Harbor. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Cordova Center Community Room A.

Letters to the Editor: Feb. 25, 2022 edition

Letter writers voice support for various candidates in Cordova's March 1 election.
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