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Philanthropist, banker Edward Rasmuson succumbs to cancer

Third generation banker and philanthropist Edward Bernard Rasmuson, whose family foundation has donated millions of dollars in efforts to improve life for Alaskans, died at home on Tuesday, Jan. 4, of brain cancer. He was 81.

Apply now for 2022 artist awards

Rasmuson Foundation is accepting paper applications through Feb. 14 and online applications through March 1 applications for its 2022 Individual Artist Awards, in support of creative artists living and working in Alaska.

Cordova museum receives $5,175 Rasmuson grant

Museums Alaska has announced a $5,175 grant for archive/research room equipment for the Cordova Historical Society and Museum.

Karl Becker honored by Rasmuson Foundation

Cordova artist Karl Becker has received a $7,500 project award for his plan to sketch, paint and photograph the landscape in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and historic buildings at the old Kennecott copper mine.

Join in to address state’s fiscal situation

Commentary By Ed RasmusonFor The Cordova TimesLast November, we were reminded of something that offers us great hope about the future of our state....

Rasmusons are honorary mushers for Iditarod 2019

Philanthropists Ed and Cathy Rasmuson, long-time supporters of the Last Great Race on Earth, are being recognized as honorary mushers for the 2019 Iditarod...

Conversation continues on Nirvana Park

A community conversation continues on Nirvana Park, the Spit and Eyak Lake over the future of the area, city of Cordova officials said on...

Rasmuson Foundation board visits Cordova

Fourteen board members of the Rasmuson Foundation were Cordova’s guests for a site visit June 26-27 that included a luncheon in their honor and...

City receives $25,000 for Nirvana Park restoration

During the Rasmuson Foundation’s site visit to Cordova June 26-27, Edward B. Rasmuson, Chairman of the Board, presented Mayor Clay Koplin with a $25,000...
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