Kodiak Daily Mirror - Daily newspaper of Kodiak, Alaska
Troopers ask for help in two burglaries
The Alaska State Troopers are asking for the public to contact them with any information regarding the theft of Christmas decorations from a storage unit and the theft of a television from a residence. A storage unit at Kodiak Transfer Inc. on Old Tom Stiles Road was broken into and about $2,000 ...
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No home meet for KHS wrestling this season
When the 2015 Kodiak wrestling schedule came out, there were two homes meets on the calendar. Unfortunately, neither of the two meets materialized. So, for the first time in decades, the Bears will not wrestle at home. “This is terrible,” Kodiak first-year coach Mike Hautala said. “It feels like ...
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Peter Ramaglia
April 23, 1922 - October 5, 2015 If you wrote a book about Pete Ramaglia, these milestones would just represent a few highlights of the amazing man's life. Peter was born Pieatro Ramaglia, to Vincenzio and Pasqualine Ramaglia, immigrants from Rippabottini, Italy, on April 23, 1922, in Seattle, Wa...
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Susan Eileen Ramaglia
January 2, 1943-November 8, 2015 Susan Ramaglia passed away November 8 at her home in Anacortes, surrounded by her loving family. Susan was born Jan 2, 1943 in Hollywood California to Eileen (O'Hearn) and Fred Pate. Her father worked a Columbia Pictures Movie Studio, where her mother was a movie ...
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TAPESTRY: Lasting friendship spanned elementary to adulthood
Guessing the identity of a boat coming into port was a game that close friends, Eric Olsen and Cecil Sholl, Jr., used to play. Cecil was usually the first to correctly guess the name of the boat. He knew boats; he studied them; photographed them and produced calendars featuring their photos. One ...
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ALUMNI ROUNDUP: Seawolves fall in final
Hannah Wandersee’s first Great Alaska Shootout didn’t end victorious. The University of Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball team fell 62-58 to NCAA Division I Western Kentucky in Wednesday’s championship game at the Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage. The loss marked UAA’s fourth straight in the...
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TEEING OFF: Gizmo is thankful for his brother, PJ
While I spent most of Thanksgiving Day at work, Gizmo enjoyed the day with his brother, Pepper Jack. It was the first Turkey Day the two spent together. Pepper Jack, a 6-year-old Japanese Chin, joined the family during the summer. His mom adopted him while I was in Anchorage coaching baseball. I ...
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Alaska State Troopers: Nov. 27
Nov. 9 At 9:30 p.m., Alaska Wildlife Troopers contacted a man who had a no bail warrant for failing to comply with court conditions on a charge of driving under the influence in Valdez at the Kodiak Airport. He was arrested and taken to jail for 30 days. Nov. 16 At 2:43 p.m., a family member repo...
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