Bingo Night fun in Orondo

Bingo Night at Orondo provides community fun while raising scholarship funds for students. The school gymnasium was filled to capacity for Bingo Night on Nov. 2, sponsored by Orondo Community Scholarships.
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Shockers end season with win

It was a good night of football and a satisfying end to the season for Waterville/Mansfield as the Shockers easily topped the Northport Mustangs, 52-6, in a home non-conference crossover game on Nov. 2.
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School Meal Menu

Waterville’s menu for the week of Nov. 19-22 Monday: Breakfast will be breakfast on a stick, fruit or juice, milk; lunch will be corndogs, pork and beans, celery sticks, cucumber spears, apples, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast will be pancakes, yogurt, fruit or juice, milk; lunch will be turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, cranberries, pumpkin cake, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast will be...
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Blood drive scheduled in November

NCW — The American Red Cross urges people to share their good health this holiday season by donating blood or platelets for patients in need. A blood drive is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 16 at Kings Orchard Church of Christ, 1610 Orchard Ave. Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome. Donors are encouraged to use the Red Cross RapidPass process to start the process online...
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Pybus Holiday Artisan Fair on Nov. 17

WENATCHEE — Pybus Market is hosting its annual Holiday Artisan Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 17 on the main concourse and in the LocalTel Event Center. The free fair will feature over 40 local and regional vendors offering crafts, holiday gifts, décor, jewelry, art and more. In addition to shopping, there will be giveaways, a photo booth and a raffle. For more information,...
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LeAnn Rimes bring holiday show to town

WENATCHEE — LeAnn Rimes brings her “You and Me and Christmas” tour to the Town Toyota Center at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 30. Rimes is a multi-platinum selling singer and ASCAP award-winning songwriter with hits such as “How Do I Live” and “Can’t Fight the Moonlight.” Rimes released her 16th studio album last year. Her show will include classic hits and holiday...
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News From Our Past

From the pages of The Wenatchee (Daily) World and the Douglas County Empire Press   100 years ago — 1918 Douglas County men have been called to military duty and are scheduled to leave for Camp Worden next week. They are William James Weir, Charles Frank Lattimer, Benjamin Van Eaton, Alonza Floyd, Harry S. Wolf, John Elmer Thoren, Fred Keaney Gibbons, Charles Homer Stiles and Roscoe...
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Pictorial Past | Flooding aftermath near Douglas Creek

A Great Northern Railway official surveys flood damage to the Mansfield Branch Line at Douglas Creek in June of 1948.
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Our Past | 1954: 4-H members get ready for their Achievement Day

The following excerpts are from an article written by Virgil C. Delegans, the county extension agent, and published in the Nov. 11, 1954 edition of the Waterville Empire-Press. Delegans introduces the upcoming 4-H Achievement Day and outlines the principles of successful participation in 4-H.
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Theater production at Orondo

Sixty-one students joined with Missoula Children’s Theatre to present "Alice in Wonderland" for the Orondo community on Oct. 27.
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