Like millions of Americans do every Sunday, I poured myself a cup of coffee and opened the newspaper. Little did I know I would see someone I know in an ad inside last Sunday's edition of the Quincy Herald Whig.
On the day of the NFC and AFC Championship football games on CBS and Fox Television, one of the most influential people in the history of televised football broadcasts passed away. His name was Tony Verna. Tony Verna invented one of the most important pieces of equipment needed for a football broadcast and now is even a part of the game itself…the instant replay machine.
The newest Miss Hannibal, Scarlett McMullen, was crowned in November. We had a chance to visit with her during Monday's St. Louis Cardinals Caravan at Hannibal-LaGrange University, where she greeted the visiting Cardinals.
Former Quincy University men’s soccer coach Jack Mackenzie was officially inducted into the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame last Friday at the organization’s convention and awards banquet in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mackenzie coached the Hawks for 43 seasons, won 516 games and captured nine NAIA national championships from 1969-2011.
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