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Too bad. He could have helped QND. I understand that funds was the problem. His wife wasn't hired as a teacher (only teachers aid) and he hoped to land a side job as principal at another school, which didn't happen, so he had to follow the money. Hey QND, Andy Douglas has brothers.
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Honestly, it seems to me like QND dodged a bullet and will be far better off without "Coach" Shields. Dude has taken four coaching jobs in the last six years?!? That's absolutely ridiculous... and it certainly seems to indicate pretty clearly that his priority is NOT the young men that he's coaching (or even in displaying any sort of long-term loyalty to the many schools that he was hired…
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I don't think he was brought here to work, he came when he was 16. This is crap about a permanent resident and that he came legally. There is only one person responsible for him being legal.

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Quincy Fire Department to hold news conference at 1:30 regarding the fire

The Quincy Fire Department responded to a five-alarm fire that gutted a wood refinishing business located at 219 Oak Street in Quincy.

The call came in around 8:20 p.m. Sunday and was quickly escalated to five-alarm status. Flames were coming from the building as firefighters arrived and there was concern it would make its away around the block. Bayview Building Supply is located on the block northwest from the building.

Crews made entry into the building and encountered heavy smoke and had difficult visibility as they made their way to the back of the building. Fire was found on the second floor of the building.

The aerial truck was used to put water on the building's roof and crews cut a ventilation hole in the roof.

The fire was contained around 10:30.

The business, Salvage Lumber, is owned by Rick Delaney. John Heidbreder is the owner of the building.


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