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Several years ago, the McCleary Museum proudly opened the Moonshine Exhibit in…
A wonderful summer and great way to start the new year.
By Don C. Brunell When one approaches the TriCities, it is impossible…
A great thing (usually) about retirement is taking part in activities and…
More doctors and more options equal better health care
With today’s tension and rancor, we need a dose of Yogi Berra’s wit and wisdom to put things into perspective. Let’s start with “You can observe a lot by just watching,” because seeing what is happening now is very disconcerting.
Washington wheat, apple and cherry growers hoped U.S. and China trade negotiators would resolve differences and prevent imposition of damaging tariffs on our state’s leading crops. Unfortunately, that did not happened and the costs are adding up.
In America, when people invent things, they expect their trade secrets to…
The Grand Old Party endured a good old-fashioned butt-whupping on primary night.
“Sounding the pulse since 1883.” Those words are written on the plaque…
According to the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, Americans donated more than $410 billion in cash last year to nonprofit organizations.
County leaders should embrace ballot boxes, while seeking recompense from state. Access to voting is far too valuable.
A monthly column about growing up in Montesano.
A weekly business column by Don C. Brunell.
A monthly column written by a health care provider from Summit Pacific Medical Center in Elma.
In a beautiful unassuming home in McCleary is a beautiful unassuming lady…
On Sunday (May 27), actor/musician Gary Sinise will again co-host the National…
By Mary Shane For The Vidette You’ll not want to miss this…
A letter to the Editor of The Vidette
I’ve been a part of our communities for three and a half…