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Man Rolls a Perfect 300 Game in Bowling on Different Lanes

It is every bowler's dream to roll a perfect game but what 23 year old Ben Ketola did was unbelievable.  

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Steve Powell, Getty Images
Steve Powell, Getty Images

‘Do You Believe in Miracles’ ?

It was 37 years ago today that Americans were riveted to their television sets to watch what was believed to be an impossible task of beating the Soviet Union in Olympic Ice Hockey. What they saw would truly make you "believe in miracles."

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images
Hulton Archive, Getty Images

It’s Time to Build a Canal from Meredosia to Quincy

Having grown up in New York State, I lived literally on the Erie Canal in Rome, New York.  It’s a canal that connects the Hudson River at Albany, New York with Lake Erie at Buffalo, New York. It runs some 363 miles through central New York State. The concept to build the canal came in 1807 and construction began in 1817 with the canal opening officially on this day, October 26 in 1825.  Why do I mention this?

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Photo by Lawrence Lucier/Getty Images
Photo by Lawrence Lucier/Getty Images

What has Happened to Softball in Quincy?

Some 40 years ago the longest softball game ever played took place in Monticello, New York. The game lasted 365 innings and 958 runs were scored as Gager's Diner beat the Bend'n Elbow Tavern. Softball was a huge sport in Quincy but not so much anymore.

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Getty Images

We Are a Mobile Society, So In What State Were You Born?

It has been a crazy week for yours truly, but in the midst of it all I did manage to run into some new people whom I had never met before. They were from Illinois, but not from this area. We struck up a conversation about where we were all born and none of us were born in Illinois or Missouri. It makes you wonder just how mobile our society is these days or has been over the years.

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Winking's Market
Jeff Dorsey

Winking Market Just Might be the Last of the Little Guys

 

In a world of shopping malls, mega markets, Walmarts and large grocery outlets, there sits in Quincy one of the last remaining small family-owned grocery stores in Winking Market at 416 South Fourth Street.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
Mario Tama, Getty Images

Today Marks the 47th Anniversary of ‘Woodstock’

It was late summer in the year 1969.  The country was heavily involved in a very unpopular war in Vietnam and young people were protesting the war throughout the country.  They wanted peace and love, not war. What followed was “The Woodstock Music & Art Fair” in upstate New York.  Today marks the 47th anniversary of “Woodstock”, originally a three day music that eventually ended up being four days from August 15 through August 18.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images
Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Dick Clark & American Bandstand Started 59 Years Ago

Dick Clark was known as America's oldest teenager having hosted American Bandstand on TV for years. Clark passed away in 2012 after an illustrious career in TV and Radio.

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General Photographic Agency/Getty Images

Burger King Celebrating Hot Dog Day With a Dollar Dog Saturday

 

You either love them or you hate them but hot dogs are still pretty popular in America and the world. I don't quite know what it is, but a hot dog always seems to taste better at the ball park. Perhaps its the atmosphere or maybe just being outdoors that makes it so.  I bring this up because tomorrow is the day that many restaurants offer specials on hot dogs despite the fact that National Hot Dog Day in America was already held on July 14.

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Doug Pensinger  /Allsport
Doug Pensinger /Allsport

DiMaggio’s Consecutive Hitting Streak Ended 75 Years Ago Tomorrow

The year was 1941.  Americans were preoccupied with World War Two going on in Europe.  Nerves were on edge and Americans needed something or someone to do something positive.  That someone turned out to be Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees. Baseball was an escape from the pressures of war and people were following both the war and the game that summer especially because of DiMaggio.

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