Moments in Time, Jan. 10

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library

Jan. 10, 1918 — Governor Goodrich orders the manufacture of binder twine to resume at the Michigan City prison.

Jan. 10, 1968 — The Secret Service announces the largest single seizure of counterfeit bills in its history, $4.1 million in bogus $100 bills.

Jan. 10, 1993 — Gov. Evan Bayh begins his second term by asking residents to set aside self-interest and help those whom the economy has left behind.

Jan. 10, 2008 — The realization that Bart Curtis won’t be coaching the New Prairie Cougar football program next season is starting to sink in.

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