Sunday, July 21, 2024

Tag: holiday

Golden King Crab: a holiday treat

Wild Alaska shellfish direct from the Bering Sea was in high demand for festivities and gifts for the holidays, including this golden king crab...

Main Street lamp post decorating competition results

By Lynne Steen For The Cordova Times The Main Street Lamp Post Holiday Decorating committee would like to express their appreciation to everyone for so enthusiastically...

Alumni basketball game and ‘Wonders of Wonder’ holiday concert

JNYO practice Junior Native Youth Olympics practices will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Dec. 27 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Masonic...

Christmas message from Pastor Steve Leppert: In the beginning

Just like the creation of the world, the final plan for redemption had a beginning. No one, especially Israel, was expecting a king who...

13-foot antler tree brightens Copper River Highway

Trees firmly rooted in residential and surrounding areas often fight a losing battle against Cordova’s ravaging windstorms. Now imagine a hearty 13-foot tree made...

Sharing the gifts from the Copper River watershed

The holiday season is here, and the spirit of sharing makes the dark winter months a little brighter. The long winter nights give me...

Cordova last-minute gift guide

As the days grow shorter and darker, Main Street is all aglow in holiday lights radiating from shops, newly decorated lamp posts, and several...

Sprucing up a traditional holiday cookie

A couple of weeks ago, a few folks were invited to make cookies with Alyssa Kleissler. She texted us a photo of her mother’s...

Over 4,000 bulbs illuminate live Christmas tree

First of the season snow the night before welcomed this year’s Hometown Holiday Kick-off and Christmas Tree lighting in Cordova, just hours after a...