Letter to the Editor

Museum donation The Douglas County Historical Society Museum sends sincere appreciation to Scott Rock of Rock Steel Structure Inc. for their generous donation to fix the roof at the museum in Waterville. Generous donations such as Scott’s allows us to continue our work for our community, the county and many visitors. Thank you, Scott. Sharon LaCrosse, secretary Douglas County Museum...
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Letter to the Editor

Friends of the Waterville Library would like to thank the donors and shoppers for their support at the Waterville Days Book Sale. We sold a lot of books — $211.55 worth!
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Waterville blood drive

Waterville blood drive What a great drive we had on June 22, which could save up to 90 lives. Way to go Waterville! Thanks to all the donors, volunteers and the Federated Church for the use of their Fellowship Hall. Thanks to the Philomathics for providing the cookies and sandwiches. There is a great need for blood and we helped out with the shortage. Hope to see you all at the next drive in...
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Letters to the Editor: Expand access to ECEAP

Expand access to ECEAP Creating better support for all students while meeting the McCleary court mandate continues to be a significant challenge for our Legislature. As we navigate these choppy budgetary waters, it’s important to expand access to our state’s proven high-quality pre-K program for low-income students, the Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP). We know ECEAP...
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Letter to the Editor

Waterville blood drive Thanks so much to everyone who donated life-saving blood at the Feb. 23 drive. To Chapter Z PEO, thank you for supplying the yummy sandwiches and homemade goodies, and for serving the donors. The drive took in 17 units, which could save up to 51 lives. There is always a need for blood to help accident victims, cancer patients, premature infants and other patient needs...
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Letters to the Editor | Waterville blood drive

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Letter to the Editor: Support Jon Wyss

I’ve worked closely with Jon Wyss on many occasions, from the first days of the Pateros Carlton Complex Fire to the development and introduction of the Brewster Boys & Girls Club. Jon has exceptional mental and creative power. He is persistent and tough. Jon wears all hats with passion, including father and husband. A fighter for the right reasons. Those reasons? You and Me. Please vote...
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Letter to the Editor: NCW Fair a success

I would like to thank the staff and volunteers who made the NCW Fair a success this year. The office staff and grounds volunteers kept the fair humming. As a barn superintendent, I discovered a couple of maintenance problems in the open horse stalls that were fixed immediately. The garbage crew kept everything spotless. I appreciate the barn supervisors and volunteers also. I know how much work...
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Letter to the Editor: Huge thank you from the Wheat Wives

Thank’s to all the volunteers who worked at our booth at the NCW Fair. We had a successful booth and could not have done it without all of your time and energy. We had six rolls left at closing on Sunday. Way to go! We hope to see you all at next year’s fair. Again, thank you.   Peg Schmidt President, Wheat Wives Waterville
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Letters to the Editor: Thanks to Waterville

On July 16, Jerry was injured in an accident. We would like to thank the people who have helped us since that time. Ginny Conard helped get Jerry to the local emergency room. Cathy Pierolo provided the transportation to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle where Jerry received treatment. We would like to thank Pat Thomsen for her contribution and also the Waterville Federated Church. Kayden...
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