Tag: family

CFRC begins summer art program

The Cordova Family Resource Center has announced the start of its Summer Art Program, beginning May 28 and running through Aug. 9 at CFRC at 509 1st Street, Cordova.

Teens address prom issues by hosting ‘Get Ready with Me’

Small clouds of hairspray lingered in the air as colorful shadows were on dusted eyelids amid conversations of graduation plans and career goals.

Richardson takes over Easter Egg Hunt

“The Johnson family is no longer going to put on the annual Cordova Easter Egg hunt at Nirvana park, that we have done for...

Obituary: Robert L. Bonnell

On August 23, 2018, Robert “Bob” Bonnell, 68, passed away at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau after a short battle with cancer. Bob was...

Kids Fishing Derby rebounds

The Kids Fishing Derby is back!It happened on a sunny and warm Sunday, Sept. 2 at the place where it all began, the Eyak...

Workshop on fishing families set for Sept. 26

A workshop focused on the fishing families involved in Alaska’s seafood industry is slated Wednesday, Sept. 26, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at...

Obituary: Theodore Butler

Theodore Harry Butler, born August 15, 1944, passed over in his home August 7, 2018. He was taken early by cancer.He is survived by...

Hoover’s artwork celebrates fishing ancestry, fish runs

The ever-changing Copper River Gallery now features six large, acrylic-on-wood panel paintings, titled “Bloodline”, created by local Cordovan artist Rachel Hoover.Large white and black...

Why we stayed in Cordova

By Debra Buchanan-Adams For The Cordova TimesSix years ago, we discovered my late husband, Ken Adams, had “dementia of the Alzheimer’s type.” It’s phrased this...

Cordova Chronicles: From 103 degrees south to 60 degrees north

On July 12, 2018, Alaska Airlines Flight 66 landed in a cloud of dust at Mudhole Smith Airport, and Texans Terry and Rosalon Moorhead...
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