Tag: winter

Cultivating joy: Kicker Room Blooms grows fresh hydroponic flowers mid-winter  

Kicker Room Blooms is providing Cordova with fresh tulips in the middle of winter. The new florist business is operated by Ashley Taylor who...

Native Voices | Sugpiat winter festivals

For those who participate in subsistence and seasonal traditional harvesting, the winter is a time for rest, recovery, and socialization. We have celebrated holidays...

Native Voices | Eyak and Sugpiaq winter traditions

Water determined our way of life. Our food, clothing, and ways of life revolved around and mainly came from the ocean and rivers. Our...

Winter season brings recreation as well as safety concerns

As the winter season approaches Cordovans of all ages are excited to get out and enjoy the recreational activities that cold weather brings. With...

Alaska Science Forum: Ninety below zero and the unfrozen beer

It is early February, about the date Glenn Shaw once noted as the first day at Fairbanks’ latitude you could feel the tickle of the sun on your cheek.

Iceworm Festival finale, Chamber Annual Meeting, free ASL class

Iceworm finale!Iceworm Revue, Open Mic night, Fishermen’s Memorial tribute, parade, and firework show! Details in the Iceworm Gazette.Chamber Annual MeetingThe Cordova Chamber of Commerce’s...

Copper River Highway avalanche hazard expected to remain elevated this week

We received 3 inches of water Friday and Saturday, with the freezing line above our local peaks. Expect another 3 inches of water tonight into Tuesday. The avalanche hazard will probably remain elevated through Tuesday.

Ahoy, Iceworm! Events and activities taking shape for Iceworm Festival

T-minus eight days until the Iceworm Festival kicks off Saturday, Jan. 29, with the theme Ahoy, Iceworm! This year, Treasure Chest tickets will be done through an online platform, and anyone in the state of Alaska can purchase them from wherever they are. The first prize is two roundtrip Alaska Airlines Tickets anywhere they fly with no black-out dates!

Around Town: ‘Screenagers’, Ahoy Iceworm, Round Up at the Register

This year’s Iceworm Festival “Ahoy Iceworm”, will begin Saturday, Jan. 29, and end with an annual firework display 8 p.m. Feb. 5. Be sure to pick up a copy of The Cordova Times Jan. 28 edition for the printed schedule!

Prepare ahead to travel in national forests

U.S. Forest Service officials are reminding those pursuing recreational activities in Alaska’s national forests to be prepared when venturing out for snowshoeing, skiing, stargazing and aurora chasing.
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