The May 28-30, 1966 - Pacific Coast Slavic Baptist Association appoints Nikolay Vodnevskiy to the Editor of "Our Days" newspaper.
June 11, 1966 - a very first issue of the newspaper is released.
January 16, 2003 - fire in the office; everything was burned including all documents, newspaper archive, and equipment.
Newspaper's offices locations
- The first one - a small building near Bryte Church on Solano street.
- Second one - apartment on Franklin Blvd. that belonged to the 1st Slavic church.
- Third one - Broderick, on the Welland Way in the building that belonged to the Association PCSBA.
- Fourth one - a private house, Ivan Bruyako's house of Ivan Bruyako at Englewood St.
- Fifth one - in the new PCSBA's office building in Broderick on Welland Way.
Current Offices locations in different countries
- Sacramento, United States
- Nikolaev, Ukraine (in a private home)
- Chisinau, Moldova (in a private home)
- Düsseldorf, Germany (in a private home)
The current newspaper's circulation is 10,000 pieces weekly. The newspaper is sent to the 42 countries around the world.