Thrift store volunteers needed

The Douglas County Historical Society Thrift Store on Locust Street in Waterville is in need of volunteers to help during the hours they are open.
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Weekly gathering organized to share ‘spiritual musings’

A community group has recently been organized in Waterville for anyone desiring to write inspirational stories, poetry or song lyrics about his or her faith journey.
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Historical Society holds meeting

The Douglas County Historical Society held its annual luncheon and business meeting March 28 at the Douglas County Historical Museum in Waterville.
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Improvements made to book sale room

The Friends of the Waterville Library's "never ending book sale" room recently received a much needed facelift.
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Cultural night in Waterville

Waterville's first Cultural Night was held March 25 at the NCW Fairgrounds. The purpose of the event was to bring awareness and information about the different cultures represented in the community.
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Main Street group hosts meet

The Waterville Main Street Association on March 14 hosted an evening of celebrating its accomplishments in 2016 and a time of sharing goals for this year.
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DECA students compete in Bellevue

Three students from Waterville High School competed in the State Career Development Conference for DECA March 2-4 in Bellevue.
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‘Ghost Bears’ presented at Waterville Library

By Suzanne Robinson Empire Press Correspondent The Waterville Library hosted wildlife ecologist Dr. William L. Gaines on March 7 with a program on grizzly bears. Gaines grew up in Methow Valley and graduated from Liberty Bell High School, where he learned to appreciate the outdoors and the beauty of the mountains and valleys. He attended the University of Washington and received a doctor of...
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Pancake feast at St. Joseph Church

The Altar Society of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Waterville hosted its 32nd annual pancake supper in Waterville Feb. 28.
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Get to know Waterville’s teachers: Austin Hinderer

Austin Hinderer is new to the staff at Waterville schools, teaching English and math in the special education (SPED) program.
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