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Theater group performs Peter Pan

A community-wide effort came to fruition Feb. 10 and 11 with Waterville Players’ performance of "Peter Pan," featuring a cast of 26 Waterville children and three adults.
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Meatballs with vegetables but don’t tell your kids

Here is one recipe that I created to add unnoticed vegetables when my kids were little. I hope if they read this column they will laugh about it. I usually serve these meatballs with egg noodles and a green or Caesar salad.
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Wenatchee Valley Humane Society will celebrate ASPCA Help A Horse Day on April 26

The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society will be celebrating the ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) National Help A Horse Day during April 22-26 and competing for a chance to win up to $25,000 in grant prizes to assist with their efforts to protect horses.
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Washington has lots riding on NAFTA

In 1993, President Bill Clinton was shown holding a Washington state apple while promoting the virtues of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). That photo only underscored the importance of the agreement and our trade with Mexico and Canada.
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Series | Growing up in Douglas Co.

This is the first in a series of articles featuring interviews with people who grew up (or are growing up) in Douglas County. The first interview is with Irene Viebrock.
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Seth Normington testifies for Main Street Program changes

Seth Normington, pastor of Waterville’s Federated Church, traveled to Olympia Jan. 24-26 as a representative for Waterville Main Street Association to testify to the bill before the Washington State Legislature that would make changes in Washington’s Main Street Program.
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Shocker girls fall in postseason

The Waterville/Mansfield Shockers girls basketball team took on the Lake Roosevelt Raiders in a loser-out Central Washington 2B League tournament matchup Feb 7.
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DECA students will go to state meet

Three students from Cody Brunner’s marketing and business classes will travel to Bellevue March 2-4 for the state finals for DECA, an organization that prepares students for careers in business fields.
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Dorothy Prewitt Pohlman scholarships are available

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee branch of the American Association of University Women is offering two Dorothy Prewitt Pohlman scholarships. The $1,850 scholarships will be awarded to female applicants who have earned at least 60 credits from Wenatchee Valley College by the end of the 2017 spring quarter and have been accepted to a four-year Washington state college or university for fall 2017....
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