A good year for Waterville Days

Visitors from out of the area and local residents enjoyed this year's Waterville Days July 6-7. Activities for all ages included Friday's night's spaghetti feed, vendors, a quilt show and everyone's favorite parade.
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Popular spaghetti feed kicks off Waterville Days

Waterville Days for 2018 started out on July 6 with the annual spaghetti feed in Pioneer Park, sponsored by the Douglas County Fire District No. 1 volunteer firefighters.
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Cooperative weed management meeting to be held July 26

WATERVILLE — The Foster Creek Conservation District (FCCD) is in the process of launching a new program to establish a Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) for Douglas County. There will be an informational kickoff meeting to discuss the program from 2 to 4 p.m. July 26 at the NCW Fair Community Hall. The goal of this program is to improve invasive weed species management countywide...
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Workshops offered on skit-writing

Suzanne Robinson is teaching a series of skit-writing workshops at Waterville Library this summer and says it is not all that difficult to do if you keep some basics in mind.
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Poetry fun at Waterville Library

The Waterville Library hosted Kenn Nesbitt for the children's program called Poetry Fun on July 10. Nesbitt is a published poet and children’s book writer who has traveled all over the world sharing his work.
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Thin Air 5K gains traction on wheat fields and dirt roads

“Get up. We’re going to Waterville.” Those words from his mother woke Wenatchee High School senior Jake Wiersma on July 7 at 7 a.m. as he lay in bed. She informed her son that they were driving up to Waterville for a race.
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Celebrating Waterville Days!

Residents and visitors enjoy the fun festivities of Waterville Days July 6-7. Here are some scenes from throughout the celebration.   Members of the Waterville 4-H Club wave from their float during the parade. (Empire Press photo/Karen Larsen) Paislee Landon of Waterville, a member of the Burlap & Barbed Wire 4-H group, gets her hors
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Enthusiasts gather around the classics at car show

The term ‘car show’ is a bit of a misnomer. Yes, no show is complete without shiny fenders, sparkling hub caps and vintage upholstery.
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Waterville Town Council | Sewer cleaning project set for late July, early August

The Town of Waterville will clean out its sewer lines over a three-week period during the end of July and early August. The town council received this information at their July 2 regular meeting.
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Jumpers Flats perform in Centennial Park on July 13

WENATCHEE — Waterville’s own Jumpers Flats will perform for the Wenatchee Downtown Summer Concert Series at 7 p.m. July 13 in Centennial Park. The park is located at 130 S. Wenatchee Ave. The event is free and includes concessions, prizes, giveaways and activities for kids. For more information, visit the Wenatchee Summer Concert Series Facebook page.
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