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Author Archives: Mark McGlothlen

Destruction!

When the going gets tough, the tough get …destructive? Many of us reach our “stress max” on a daily basis. Whether it is because of work, family, finances or just the everyday struggles that life throws at us, our stress sensors always seem to be blaring loud like an alarm clock. When this happens, we try to find ways to ... Read More »

To be a rock star…

Have you ever wanted to feel like a rock star? Do you desire the thrill and the rush of having crowds of pumped up fans screaming your name while they wave their hands wildly in the air? Have you wondered what it would be like to be unable to hear anything around you because the chants and cheers for you ... Read More »

K-Wings and ECHL announce schedule; new conference alignment

KALAMAZOO – Since joining the ECHL five seasons ago, the Kalamazoo Wings have won the North Division crown four times, including this past season. Regardless of what happens next season, the North Division will have a new champion, as the K-Wings have moved to the new Midwest Division in the Western Conference. Joining the K-Wings in the Midwest Division are ... Read More »

Feel good stories.

All too often the thrill of victory takes precedence over all else. Everyone wants to be known as the winner. Isn’t that why we participate in sports: to destroy the competition and win? Playing for the love of the game doesn’t matter as much as winning. If you don’t win, what is the point of even playing? Winning is everything! ... Read More »

The times are changing.

Once upon a time families used to sit down and eat dinner together. Not just sit down, but sit at the table. Talk about their day and enjoy the companionship that is family. People went to each other’s house to visit, or write letters by hand, and send greeting cards via the United States Postal Service. And yes, children used ... Read More »

Snow, snow snow.

With the amount of snow that has fallen so far this winter, the piles of snow that line our roads, driveways and sidewalks has grown from small hills into impressive mountains. Some of those heaps of snow actually towering over the people and vehicles that they surround. After one of our many snow storms, I actually stopped shoveling the driveway ... Read More »