Town council declares a moratorium on cryptocurrency mining

The Waterville Town Council voted unanimously April 16 to institute a one-year moratorium on new cryptocurrency mining operations in town. Operations that were already licensed before April 16 will still be allowed to operate.
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Rustique Divas at Pybus Market

WENATCHEE — Waterville’s Rustique Divas Vintage Market returns to Pybus Market on April 28 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The market will feature over 40 regional vendors selling antiques and collectibles, repurposed goods, furniture, clothing, candles, jewelry and much more. For more information, email rustiquedivas@gmail.com or visit facebook.com/rustique.divas.
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Actress performs stories at libraries in May

NCW — Professional actress Michéle LaRue will bring stories from America’s Gilded Age to the Chelan and Waterville libraries. On May 1, LaRue will perform “The Apple Tree” and “A Pair of Silk Stockings” at 7 p.m. at the Chelan Library, 216 N. Emerson St. “The Apple Tree” is a comic celebration of spring and poor housekeeping, written in 1903 by Mary E....
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Community Garden becoming reality

Main Street Association members and town residents gathered April 14 for a workday to construct bed frames for the Waterville Community Garden.
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Wooden trucks give local stamp

There are 6,000 NAPA Auto Parts stores in the U.S., and Waterville Auto Parts is one of these. Yet, Waterville Auto Parts has something very unique that cannot be found in any of the other stores.
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Shockers in action

  Waterville/Mansfield’s baseball and softball teams were on the road and at home in action last week. The Shockers traveled first to Bridgeport April 17. The boys overtook the Mustangs 27-6. The girls cruised to a 19-1 win over the Fillies. The Shockers then hosted Liberty Bell for a weekend doubleheader April 21. The boys fell short losing to the Mountain Lions 4-13 and 2-6. The...
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Tree and shrub sale a success

Fifty-six individuals and families put in orders at this year’s South Douglas Conservation District tree and shrub sale. Pickup was held April 7 at the NCW Fairgrounds.
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Waterville Players show upcoming

A group of children and adults are working hard each week to prepare this year’s Waterville Players variety show to be held April 27-28 at the NCW Fairgrounds.
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BlackHawk will appear at this year’s NCW Fair

The 2018 NCW Fair will feature BlackHawk as the headlining group for the grandstand show Aug. 24. The contract was announced at the April 12 regular fair board meeting. 
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Students learn healthy ways

Students in first through fourth grades at Waterville Elementary School are learning about good nutrition and the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
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