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Do You Remember Woolworth’s in Quincy?

It was on July 18, 1879 that F.W. Woolworth opened his first 5 and 10 cent store in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He sold no items for more than a dime. Unfortunately, he went broke a short time later. He didn’t give up, though.  He opened another store in a better location and went on to become one of America’s richest men.

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Jeff Swensen, Getty Images

Punxsutawney Phil Is a Fraud and Must Be Dealt With

It is time to call your congressman and ask for an investigation into Punxsutawney Phil. How can a ground hog see his shadow in cloudy conditions? Six more weeks of Winter? I say "Bunk." It is time for a congressional hearing. This is a conspiracy.

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Jack Mackenzie
Quincy University

Coach Jack Mackenzie Inducted Into the NSCAA Hall of Fame

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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Rob Carr, Getty Images

Local Man Umpiring in the Little League World Series

If you get the chance to watch the Little League World Series on television, there is a chance you maybe able to see a local man umpiring one of the games! Macomb native Bob Rigg was selected to be one of the umpires for this year's event in Williamsport, Pennsylvania

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Jeff Swensen, Getty Images

Please Punxsutawney Phil, Don’t See Your Shadow!

Are you ready for winter to end? I bet you are just like me. With single digits for morning lows and wind chills below zero, it is time for it all to come to an end.

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Photo By:  Rick Stewart  /Allsport
Photo By: Rick Stewart /Allsport

What, No National Anthem Before the Hockey Game?

I was reading with a great deal of interest the story coming out of Pennsylvania this week of nearly 200 high school hockey teams in the Quaker State being advised to eliminate the National Anthem before the game because it takes too much time to perform and costs too much money.

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Photo By: Martin Forstenzer/Getty Images
Photo By: Martin Forstenzer/Getty Images

Remember Woolworth’s in Quincy?

It was on this date in 1879 that F.W. Woolworth opened his first 5 and 10 cent store in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He sold no items for more than a dime.

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