NCW Fair is a yearly highlight for 94-year-old Waterville resident

When Irene Viebrock’s husband Ray was a young man he took part in the pony express races held during the NCW Fair. His team members were his brother Lewis and their friend Rinehart Dahlke.
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Harvest traditions are kept alive

Wheat farming goes back many generations in Douglas County and during the yearly harvest is a special tradition passed down from one generation to the next.
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Yards of tree board members

For years Waterville Tree Board members have been choosing a Yard of the Month between May and September. This month the limelight is focused on their own yards.
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Missouri native walks through Waterville with an inspirational message for children

Logan Mayberry, a 2015 high school graduate from Kennett, Mo., has a passion for encouraging children to greatness.
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Making a home in Douglas Co.

This is the first in a series of articles about people who have come to Douglas County from places near and far and have thrived here. Karen Larsen talks with Rosemarie Hinderer.
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Retired veteran gives back

Jim Reece of East Wenatchee spends about five hours a day at his computer searching for photos and updating information for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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Yard of the Month named for June

The yard that Jim and Suzanne Robinson built up at 505 N. Jackson St. caught the Waterville Tree Board’s eye and was awarded Yard of the Month for June.
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Series | Growing up in Douglas Co.

This is the ninth and last installment in a series of articles featuring interviews with people who grew up (or are growing up) in Douglas County. The final interview is with Miles Mittelstaedt.
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Families gather at Douglas church

Over 50 members of the Witten and Mittelstaedt families gathered at the Douglas Lutheran Church May 13 for a time of worship, sharing and potluck lunch.
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Series | Growing up in Douglas Co.

This is the eighth in a series of articles featuring interviews with people who grew up (or are growing up) in Douglas County. The eighth interview is with Patty Ayala.
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