Awards night honors seniors

Waterville High School graduating class members, their families and the community gathered for the Senior Awards dinner and program on June 4 at the NCW Fairgrounds.
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Swimming pool will open June 17

Town crews have been busy getting the Waterville swimming pool ready for the season for opening day, which is June 17.
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Graduating class attends baccalaureate

Baccalaureate services were held May 28 at United Lutheran Church for members of Waterville High School's Class of 2019, their families, friends and the community.
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Library gears up for an expanded summer program

This year’s summer program planned by the Waterville Library includes much more than library programs and reading.
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Our Past | 1951: Boy Scout troop excels in ‘Camporee’

This article from the June 7, 1951 edition of Waterville Empire-Press tells about the local Boy Scout troop’s participation in a camping contest.
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Shockers honored at Crimson Awards

The Crimson Awards, honoring Waterville/Mansfield Shocker athletes for the 2018-2019 school year, was held May 30 at the NCW Fairgrounds Community Center.
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Museum open for season

The Douglas County Museum opened for the season on May 23 and had a busy Memorial Day weekend. Lori Leming is the museum director.
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New projects at fairgrounds

The NCW Fairgrounds has been a busy place this spring as four improvement projects around the grounds are underway.
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Foster Creek Conservation District to meet June 12

WATERVILLE — Foster Creek Conservation District will hold a board meeting June 12 at 6 p.m. at the Mansfield Community Hall on Main Street in Mansfield. For more information, contact District Manager Amanda Ward at 888-6373, or for additional information about the conservation district, visit fostercreekcd.org.
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Pictorial Past | Waterville library

Citizens of Waterville make use of its public library in September of 1959.
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