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Michael Nunn Comes Home

Aug 30, 2019
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On Midwest Week, after serving time in prison, a Quad Cities man who was once one of the top boxers in the world, has returned home. 

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On Midwest Week, two top athletes and a sports writer will be honored this weekend.

QC-Times Big Story: Shortage Of Sports Officials

Dec 8, 2017
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Back in 2001, the National Association of Sports Officials published a 42-page manifesto titled 'How to Get and Keep Officials.' It reported that 90 percent of states and sanctioning organizations faced a shortage of officials in nearly every sport.

Now, 16 years later, the situation hasn't improved. In fact, the shortage is now worse in both Illinois and Iowa. 

Curtis Fry now lives in Des Moines.
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For this week's Big Story in the Quad-City Times, sports reporter Don Doxsie has the story of a former Quad Cities athlete who did time for manslaughter.

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Following this week's induction ceremony, the Quad City Sports Hall of Fame now has more than 100 members.

Paul L Dineen

On Midwest Week - with all the talk about injuries at the college and professional levels, should parents be worried about their children playing in youth football leagues ?

QC Times (Davis & Pingeton), Colts.com (Angerer)

The Quad City Sports Hall of Fame will soon add three new members.

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This week on Midwest Week, an update on a former champion athlete from the Quad Cities, who's been in prison for the past 11 years.

Herb Trix's guest this week is Don Doxsie, sports editor for the Quad City Times. 

You can also hear Midwest Week on WVIK, Fridays at 6:50 pm during All Things Considered. 

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On Midwest Week, when three new inductees are added next month, the Quad City Sports Hall of Fame will have 90 members. Herb Trix's guest this week is Quad City Times sports editor, Don Doxsie.