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In brief: Sacred Heart Church marks 50th year

Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church is celebrating its 50th anniversary at its 219 E. Rockwood Blvd. location. Bishop Thomas Daly will celebrate Mass on Dec. 1 at 10 a.m.

Valley Hospital celebrates 50 years of community care

The name and affiliation might have changed over the years, but MultiCare Valley Hospital celebrates its 50th anniversary this year as a community hospital focused on serving the residents in the neighborhoods of Spokane Valley.

Vietnam commemorates 50th anniversary of My Lai massacre

With talk of peace and cooperation rather than hatred, more than a thousand people marked the 50th anniversary Friday of the My Lai massacre in Vietnam, the most notorious episode in modern U.S. military history.

The Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper,’ at 50, gets a remix that brings back 1967

In the ensuing five decades, the debate about “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” has raged on and is likely to gain renewed fervor with the Friday release of the 50th-anniversary edition of the album, newly remixed in stereo by Giles Martin, son of the album’s original producer, George Martin.

Readers fondly remember Fab Four’s ‘Sullivan Show’ debut

At 8, Terry Yeager caught Beatles fever and 50 years later it’s still surging through his blood. Yeager was one of 73 million Americans who watched the Fab Four’s historic, Feb. 9, 1964, appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” lying on the living room floor of his Dishman-area home.

Doug Clark: Cheering at Mississippi school added to JFK assassination horror

I wasn’t surprised by the many responses I received following my Tuesday column on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, which hits the half-century mark on Friday. If there’s one topic guaranteed to get baby boomers reminiscing, it’s the horror and heartache we felt after gunfire in Dallas turned the world upside down.