Thursday, July 25, 2024

Tag: shellhorn

Cordova Chronicles: If you build it, they will come

We all know the saying that  “one thing leads to another”, a truism verified by something as simple as a pile of sand.   In...

Cordova Chronicles: If Wheels Could Talk

A few weeks ago I was driving out Whitshed Road, trying to watch the speedometer to make sure I wasn’t breaking any speed limits....

Cordova Chronicles: It’s all in the letters

A couple weeks ago my fishing partner Randy Bruce and I headed out to Strawberry in search of halibut.  The big flat fish have...

Cordova Chronicles: The beavers are believers

While skepticism about global warming continues in some circles, one group has cast their vote in affirmation. “As woody shrubs move north in a warming...

Cordova Chronicles: News of the world with your morning coffee

Thanks to online news, the plop of a daily paper landing on the front porch is pretty much a thing of the past, but...

Cordova Chronicles: Cordova ranked Alaska’s safest city

Based on a report by the FBI, Cordova is Alaska’s safest city. Anchorage TV station KTUU announced this information on their Feb.1 statewide Evening...

Cordova Chronicles: Memorable historic buildings receive TLC

Several local buildings with rich histories that date back to Cordova’s earliest days are receiving repairs, remodeling or paint jobs. None has a more entertaining...

Cordova Chronicles: Did the 1964 Earthquake actually help Cordova?

The Great Alaska Earthquake of March 1964 caused damage estimated at $1.7 million to Cordova, but perhaps its greatest impact was the resulting 6.2-foot...

Cordova Chronicles: Tender fleet awaits next opener

Much of the Prince William Sound tender fleet laid on anchor beside major processors Trident, Ocean Beauty, and Copper River Seafoods last week, awaiting...