Just when it seemed the tourist attractions were running low, along come Louisville and Duke in the NCAA final to save the day. What else was there to do? Go downtown to see the glass buildings?
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There was a time when gangsters ruled cities and much more than flowers were delivered on St. Valentine's Day. While people feared these gangsters, they were also fascinated by their charisma.
Jerry told several stories about the things the two of them did as young boys. I'll never forget being quite surprised to see Jerry on that broadcast, and I later asked him about his life-long friendship with Van Dyke. He went on for quite some time, telling me about those "good old days". That is pretty awesome.
July 23, This is a reminder for those of who have not already done so, to please send us a check for your reservation to attend our upcoming 60th class reunion. Many of you have responded already and we thank you for that.
Fourth all-time in wins. Fifth all-time in National Championships. Second all-time in Final Four appearances.
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Adams has about 40 years of coaching experience at various levels, his longest tenure coming at Cerro Coso Community College in California, where he piloted the program from its inception in through He also had a three-year stint at Jamestown Community College He has a great work ethic when it comes to recruiting and has already had an impact for this season with several of his former JCC players joining our squad.
Over the last four decades, Leominster has been served by — at the very least — five athletic directors and four football coaches, with one person holding both jobs. Yet there has been one constant in that time, and last Friday, he started his 41st season on the mic at Doyle Field. Dick Tucker, a Leominster High grad, has seen plenty in his years relaying information to visitors and home spectators since