03rd Dec 2016
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Eastern Michigan Football Accepts Invitation to Popeyes Bahamas Bowl

By Raymond Rolak YPSILANTI— For the first time since the 1987 season, the Eastern Michigan University football team is bowl bound. The Eagles (7-5) have accepted an invitation to the...

28th Nov 2016
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The contributions of the Veterans of the Polish Army in America to Poland’s fight for independence

by Alicja Karlic November 11, 1918 is the symbolic date of Poland regaining its independence after the partitions and occupation which lasted over a century. The date is symbolic because...

27th Nov 2016
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The significant impact of Polonians and the Polish American Congress on the 2016 Presidential Election

Will the impact ultimately be positive for Polonia? For Poland? By Frank J. Dmuchowski In this 2016 presidential election it could be argued that the Polish American Congress (PAC) and...

06th Nov 2016
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From The Editor’s Desk

By Alicja Karlic It is with great joy that I inform you about the newly founded Friends of the Polish Weekly endeavor, initiated by Antoni Mroczkowski. On behalf of all...

06th Nov 2016
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Czas zadumy nad życiem i przemijaniem

Halina Massalska Ważne listopadowe święta – Wszystkich Świętych oraz Dzień Zaduszny (też święto, choć dzień nie jest wolny od pracy), a w tle dyskusja o sumieniu. Kościół katolicki, 1 listopada,...

06th Nov 2016
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“To Vote or NOT to Vote” is now becoming the key question for 2016!

So What is the Answer? By Frank J. Dmuchowski Under normal circumstances this column written just before Election Day would speak to the readers of Tygodnik Polski about why it...

10th Sep 2016
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Polish-American Strongman Passes

By Raymond Rolak Nobert Schemansky died last week in hospice at 92. Schemansky attained great fame in Europe but never got his due in America. He served in World War...

10th Sep 2016
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September ’39: My mother’s first experience of war — but not her last

By Andrzej Ładak By most accounts, Friday, September 1, 1939, began as a beautiful late-summer day across most of Poland. True, in the preceding days, as summer ambled its way...

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