Eggemeyer wins NAIA 149-pound title A year after finishing second at the NAIA National Wrestling Championships, Jimmy Eggemeyer finally has his title.
The Southern Oregon University senior earned his first national title with a 3-2 decision over Grand View’s Isaiah Tatum in the 149-pound championship match Saturday evening in Des Moines, Iowa.
“I’m glad I was able to end my career on a good note,” Eggemeyer said. “I still don’t believe it. It will...
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Derek Clarkston / firstname.lastname@example.orgKodiak Daily Mirror
Northern Lights Conference Championships begin Thursday Kodiak’s boys basketball team will open the Northern Lights Conference Championships Thursday at Soldotna High School.
Kodiak, seeded third with a 5-5 NLC record, plays sixth-seeded Kenai at 3 p.m. the tournament’s first game. Kenai’s only conference win this season was against Kodiak.
The winner advances to Friday’s semifinals against No. 2 Palmer at 2:30 p.m.
No. 4 Soldotna plays No. 5 Wasilla in Thursday’s oth...
Alumni update: Horn leads UAA into GNAC Tournament University of Alaska Anchorage’s Alysa Horn ended her final regular season with 17 points and eight rebounds in a 76-61 win over Alaska Fairbanks Saturday in Fairbanks.
UAA enters the Great Northwest Athletic Conference tournament at the No. 4 seed and will play No. 5 seed Northwest Nazarene in a quarterfinal on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in Lacey, Wash.
Against Fairbanks, Horn became the 10th Seawolf woman to reach...
Linda Katherine (Robinson) Estes Linda Katherine (Robinson) Estes was born Oct. 3, 1943 and died Feb. 21, 2013. Linda was born in Vancouver, Canada. She graduated from Garfield High in Seattle in 1962.
Before coming to Kodiak, she lived in Ketchikan in the mid ’70s. There, she managed the Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce.
While living in Kodiak, she had several jobs. Her favorite was working as cook at the Golden Anchor on the Coast Guard Base as a ...
Outdoor Kodiak: Getting a jump on lake fishing
How do you spot the devoted anglers on Kodiak?
Check the road system lakes with each warming weather break in March.
They might not be catching fish or even fishing, but they’re checking for open water and signs of fish.
With the larger fish of summer still a long ways off, even the hope for a trout is enough to drag them out of their winter lairs. The slimmest chance of a tug on the end of their line is better t...
Public Safety Blotter: March 5 Wednesday, Feb. 27
• At 1:12 a.m., an officer observed two men sleeping in the lobby of the Post Office. The men left when the officer asked.
• At 1:54 a.m., an officer performing security checks of businesses along Mill Bay Road found a door to a business unlocked. It was secured.
• At 2:22 a.m., an officer observed a suspicious vehicle, but there was no criminal activity. Two of the three people in the parked ve...
Births: March 5 • Piper Leigh Cain was born at 7:26 a.m. Feb. 28, 2013, to Zach and Holly Cain. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and measured 19.25 inches long.
Her parents are originally from eastern Oregon and New Jersey. Her father works for the Coast Guard as a mechanic and C-130 flight engineer and her mother works at Vizhunz Salon.
Proud grandparents are Sue and Randall Cain from Cove, Ore. and Peter Louz from Washington, ...
Man gets four years in jail for fraud A man will spend four years in jail for his involvement in a scheme to defraud five or more people in Kodiak.
Logan Mosquito, 22, was sentenced to seven years in jail with three years suspended for pleading guilty to one count of attempting to defraud five or more victims, a class B felony.
Mosquito faced four additional counts of second-degree theft and three counts of issuing a bad check, but those charges were ...
Former Alaska Aerospace employee indicted A former employee of the Alaska Aerospace Corporation has been indicted on conflict of interest charges after she represented the corporation during negotiations with her former employer, the Department of Defense.
According to the indictment filed Feb. 20, Jodi Ann Andres is accused of one count of violating the conflict of interest statute. The maximum penalty is five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
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Middle School: Larionoff places fourth, girls volleyball third Scott Larionoff was the only Kodiak Middle School wrestler to place at the Tanana Invitational Wrestling Tournament Saturday in Fairbanks.
Larionoff placed fourth by going 4-2 in the 118-pound bracket.
Jay Miranda and Shaun Walton each won two matches, while Nick Doerksen and and Russel Dela Cruz both won one match.
The Tanana Invitational is labeled as the unofficial middle school state tournament.