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On this day in The Saratogian: Nov. 27

The Saratoga Chamber of Commerce plans to raise $35,000 toward the purchase of the Strong Spring Hotel by the Skidmore School of Arts, The Saratogian reports ... Infantry was wounded or gassed sometim... read more

This Day in Rock History: October 9

On this day in rock history, Kiss joined a Michigan high school's homecoming festitivies when an assistant coach wrote to say they'd begun winning football games after listening to the band in their l... read more

On this day in history in The Citizen: Oct. 2, 1962

SOME DIFFICULTIES DEVELOPED — Harold W. Keim, wearing white shirt, clerk at the Auburn Post Office, became a trouble shooter and helper this morning when Auburnians tried out the new boxes at the Post ... read more

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This day in Erie history: Oct. 9, 1930

1930: Erie was on the short list to be the host of the world professional long-distance swimming championships for 1931. The event coordinators preferred the event be in the waters of Lake Erie, accor... read more


October 9, 1967: Revolutionary Che Guevara, hero of Cuba, is killed by the Bolivian army

Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, one of the main architects of the Cuban revolution and an iconic Marxist figure, was executed on this day in 1967 in the Bolivian ... to Cuba before making his way to Bolivia. O... read more

On this day in The Saratogian: Dec. 9

Monday, Dec. 9, 1918. A Schuylerville woman who’d been expelled from an Albany nursing school last month commits suicide in her dorm room this afternoon, The Saratogian reports. Adelia Hunt and three ... read more

UTSA to celebrate National Coming Out Day on Oct. 9

... for community Engagement and Inclusion will celebrate National Coming Out Day, founded to promote awareness of and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 9 at the U... read more

President Truman gives first televised speech - This Day in History – Oct 5th

According to History.com, "He asked farmers and distillers to reduce grain use and requested that the public voluntarily forgo meat on Tuesdays, eggs and poultry on Thursdays and save a slice of bread ... read more

Wally Triplett, one of the first African-Americans drafted in NFL, dies at 92

On Oct. 9, 1950, in a game against the Los Angeles Rams ... While the record was broken in 1994, his record of 73.5 yards per return during that game sill stands to this day. read more

This Day in History - October 9

1991: The US Food and Drug Administration conditionally approves the sale of DDI, the second drug used for routine AIDS treatment. It was approved for use by patients who failed to respond to AZT, the ... read more

This Day in History - October 9

1967: Marxist revolutionary guerrilla leader Che Guevara, 39, is summarily executed by the Bolivian army a day after his capture. 1514: Mary Tudor, the 18-year-old sister of Henry VIII, becomes Queen ... read more

This Day in History - October 9

1760: Russians capture Berlin. 1776: A group of Spanish missionaries settles in present-day San Francisco. 1801: Turkey formally recovers Egypt by treaty with France. 1806: Prussia declares war on Fra... read more



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