Day in history for February 7, 2007
- 1857 -- 150 years ago
- There now being gas in the city, the evening service in the Second Presbyterian Church will be resumed next Sunday. The Rev. William H. Spencer of Philadelphia has accepted the call to the church and will preach on the Sabbath.
- 1882 -- 125 years ago
- Volk Co., the successful bidders for repairing the jail building, had a force of men at work on the roof tearing off the tin covering and preparing for the new roof.
- 1907 -- 100 years ago
- County Clerk H.B. Hubbard returned home from Chicago. He attended the automobile show there.
- 1932 -- 75 years ago
- Rock Island County will be provided with machinery for a $200,000 relief fund under the relief bills passed by the Senate in Springfield.
- 1957 -- 50 years ago
- Medical science has saved the fingers and thumb on the left hand of Zelma Williams, 14, daughter of Mrs. Pearl Williams, Moline. Zelma's left hand fingers and thumb were frozen Jan. 30, while she was walking to John Deere Junior High School in sub-zero weather.
- 1982 -- 25 years ago
- Work is progressing in doubling the size of the Coal Valley State Bank. The bank will have close to 6,000 square feet of floor space when the expansion project is completed this spring. The expansion is the first major work at the bank since it opened in 1971.
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