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120 years ago

January 19, 1894

Empire has a real hero aged 13 years. Six children who were playing on the ice fell through into the river. John Crow, the hero, swam forty feet under the ice to rescue the last child.

100 years ago

January 16, 1914

Tuesday a heavy wind upset a building at Abe Rice’s chicken ranch near Reno and killed over a hundred chickens.

80 years ago

January 19, 1934

Virginia City, Nev.- center of the once famous Comstock Lode, whose mines produced over $40,000,000 in silver in the ’60s and the ’70s - is showing signs of life after decades of somnolence.

50 years ago

January 16, 1964

Douglas County was completely free of communicable disease during November, says the Nevada Department of Health and Welfare.

25 years ago

January 19, 1989

The Douglas High School Inaugural Band left for Washington D.C. from the Reno airport just before 7 a.m. Wednesday. The kids were all on the same plane, shepherded by six official chaperones and one slightly frazzled band director.

10 years ago

January 16, 2004

Some Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School teachers began to return to classrooms Thursday to prepare for the school’s re-opening next week. PWLMS Principal Robin Pedrett said that a staff meeting had been held at the school, giving teachers up-to-date information about the liquid mercury levels.

A look back at past editions of The Record-Courier by Cira Craighead

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