Day in history for February 18, 2007
- 1857 -- 150 years ago
- The Lady's Book for March, an excellent number, lies on our table. The fashion plates are excellent and the reading matter always of the best.
- 1882 -- 125 years ago
- Police today found two cows wandering the city streets and locked them in the pound, where they will be kept until their owner can be located.
- 1907 -- 100 years ago
- The enforcement of the $1,000 salary limit in the Three-I League this season has made it necessary for all teams to sign a number of unknown players.
- 1932 -- 75 years ago
- More than 150 men and boys attended the Junior Republic banquet last night at the YMCA.
- 1957 -- 50 years ago
- Johnny Cash, novelty and ballad singer who has risen to fast fame, will be brought back to the Quad-Cities area for a personal appearance with a new Grand Ole Opry show in Wharton Fieldhouse at 8 p.m. March 2. Also scheduled to appear on the same show is another young star, Patsy Cline.
- 1982 -- 25 years ago
- WOC Radio in the Quad-Cities is 60 years old today. The U.S. Department of Commerce granted the license and call letters WOC to the station on Feb. 18, 1922, making it one of the first licensed stations in the United States. WOC continued as a broadcast pioneer when B.J. Palmer applied for a television license in 1947.
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