Broadcast #3 Final

Good Morning Siouxland, Thank you for tuning into Early Bird Radio. This is your host Makaelyn Glienke and today we have some fun topics to discuss.

We all dreamed about winning the lottery, but for this man in Massachusetts he not only won the lottery, but won it twice. 

His name is Rolf Rhodes and he won $1 million dollars out of the “$4 million dollar Instant Jackpot” game out of a gas station in Mendon, Massachusetts. 

He previously won $1 million dollars in 2018. Rhodes first winning ticket was in Milford, Massachusetts, which is just a town next to Mendon. He is one lucky person.

Dolie Thompson, a Photography professor, gives us her thoughts as to why the lottery isn’t worth her time.

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However, Professor Thompson did say that if she were to win the lottery by chance she would take her granddaughters out of school and travel the world.

Remember the fun toys you would get with your happy meal at McDonald’s? This year marks the 40th anniversary and McDonald’s is celebrating it by bringing back their classic toys. 

This is happening between November 7 through the 11th and who isn’t excited to see their childhood toys again?

Rae Clinkenbeard, student, tells us what she thinks about the toys.

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Clinkenbeard likes what they are doing and wishes they would use more toys from kids movies, as they are a collectible piece.

Buying food online has grown so much that popular stores like Walmart and Hy-Vee are creating ‘dark stores’ to get orders completed without the customers around. 

It states on the CNN article, that only 5% of US shoppers buy their groceries online, but the analysts expect that number to rise in the years to come. This gives us room again when shopping at the stores. 

Tracie Tuttle, student, gives us insight into what she thinks about the ‘dark stores’.

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Tuttle mentioned how having the ‘dark stores’ are useful for when the zombie apocalypse happens. Better to think ahead and be prepared.

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