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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.
Recent births from around the county
Thanks to a set of recently enacted state laws, we see some positive steps toward addressing certain aspects of the homeless and subsidized housing problem.
If You Ask Me, question of the week 25 years go: “Who do you believe has been the most effective president this country has ever had?”
We need meaningful ways to meet life’s challenges with less anxiety.
John and Pam Lansing have been running the operation for about a year.
125 years ago, Montesano had two weekly newspapers.
Find out what’s for lunch at area.
Cider presses and Thanksgiving Balls are among past social events around Montesano.
By Jerry Cornfield Everett Herald Glen Morgan is a political conservative with…
A local judge preferred to call it an “enza” epidemic, rather than flu.
Nov. 2 and 3 First Baptist Church of Hoquiam’s Christmas Bazaar, 9…
Fire is total loss and knocks out power to Montesano, 125 years ago.
Here is a list of upcoming sales around the county.
A list of menu options from community centers around the Harbor.
Take a look back at what was happening in East County from past editions of The Vidette.
Stories and other items from past editions of The Vidette.