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On Dec. 18, a rare tornado struck Port Orchard, a community of…
Advice from 125 years ago: Don’t try to make people believe you are a Christian, simply because you can make long prayers and shed a few tears, and yet never try to help the poor or suffering.
If there was something about 2018 that wasn’t terrible, it was the movies.
What’s for lunch?
My head is still reeling, and it’s not from a New Year’s Eve party.
It’s almost New Year’s Eve, and you know what that means: resolutions!
Pages of the Past for Dec. 27, 2018.
Spider-Woman’s character is worthy of a spin-off if Marvel and Sony want to keep printing money
What’s for lunch this week?
Elma Debate Club decides “there should be no titles to land except for occupation and cultivation,” 125 years ago this week
About 100 years ago, the state thought hunters could eradicate coyotes from Western Washington.
Aberdeen Olympians Hiking Club members will leave the DSHS parking lot at…
Find bits of history from past editions of The Vidette weekly in Pages of the Past.
Check out upcoming meals at area community centers.
In some respects, it’s a shame that “It’s a Wonderful Life” has been pigeonholed as a Christmas classic.
Pages of the Past for Dec. 6, 2018.
Lunch menus at area community centers beginning on Nov. 29, 2018.
Pages from the Past for Nov. 29, 2018
The second in a planned series of five films, “Crimes” can’t be described as anything but filler.
The general legend of Queen and its larger-than-life lead singer, Freddie Mercury, is told with as much grandiose theatricality as the band itself.
Schools were able to reopen 100 years ago as influenza epidemic winds down.