Day in history for January 10, 2003
- 1853 -- 150 years ago
- C. Atkinson is seeking the owner of a light colored cow, without horns, which strayed on his premises six weeks ago. The owner may have the animal by proving ownership and paying for its upkeep.
- 1878 -- 125 years ago
- Col. F. Bridgeman of the U.S. Army registered last night at the Harper House as did E.H. Johnson of Port Byron.
- 1903 -- 100 years ago
- A handsome new pipe organ has arrived at St. Joseph's Church from Chicago.
- 1928 -- 75 years ago
- The Rock Island city council last night decided the cost of filling the treacherous ravine in Lincoln Park must be borne by the park board.
- 1953 -- 50 years ago
- A runaway car owned by Mrs. Albert Tofanelli, 141 South Elsie St., Davenport, caused about $150 damage to a porch at 1004 Oneida Ave. today. Mrs. Tofanelli said she left the car in front of 1033 Oneida Ave., heading south. The car rolled down Oneida, crossed the street, went over a curb, maneuvered its way between a tree and a house and finally struck the porch. Damage to the car amounted to about $50.
- 1978 -- 25 years ago
- Security personnel at the Quad City Airport have a new look for the New Year. Gone are the red-coal uniforms worn by the security officers since the department began three years ago. Since Jan. 1, the officers have been wearing regular blue police jackets and sheriff, or campaign, hats.
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