Day in history for September 30, 2003
- 1853 -- 150 years ago
- Mr. Gilmore of Greenbush left a splendid tomato for the editor. It weighs two pounds.
- 1878 -- 125 years ago
- The Arkansas has been at Port Byron since yesterday waiting for the wind to subside. She has three barges containing 16 carloads of lumber and six cars of grain to be transferred to the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad here.
- 1903 -- 100 years ago
- The home of August Schatteman was entered by thieves last night and $35 was taken from a dresser drawer.
- 1928 -- 75 years ago
- New amateur record of 68 established by Albert H. Gadient at Black Hawk Hills golf course.
- 1953 -- 50 years ago
- A full-fledged Indian powwow was conducted Saturday night by Warren County Sheriff John Twomey and deputies after they took into custody four Indians who were creating a disturbance at a Santa Fe railroad work camp near Ormonde. The Indians were unable to speak understandable English and were referred to by Sheriff Twomey as ``Sitting Bull one through four.''
- 1978 -- 25 years ago
- At the recent National Barrow Show in Minnesota, the Black Hawk East livestock judging team swept the national junior college swine judging title from a field of 13 teams representing five states. In winning high team honors, BHE placed seven individuals in the top ten. Winning individual honors were Al Hyett, Aledo, with Al Vary, Tampico, placing second.
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