Mansfield celebrates Playday

The Mansfield Chamber hosted its annual Playday event June 7-10. People from all over Douglas County and beyond came to enjoy this year's event.
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Nelson retiring from Waterville

Waterville Schools Superintendent Cathi Nelson will retire on June 30 after 27 years with the district.
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Student artwork at museum

Artwork created by Waterville School students forms a part of the exhibits at the Douglas County Museum this season.
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Celebration for Mansfield graduates

Mansfield High School honored it’s 101st graduating class and celebrated the students' accomplishments in commence ceremonies June 8.
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Masons honor outstanding juniors

Members of Badger Mountain Masonic Lodge held their annual Outstanding Junior Achievement Awards ceremony on May 16 at the Masonic Lodge in Waterville.
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Waterville Town Council | It’s time to sign up for swim lessons

Information about the swimming pool, which is to open July 18, was one of the items on the June 4 Waterville Town Council agenda.
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Walking History tours to be offered June-September

Waterville Main Street Association Secretary Jenna Dixon has planned four walking history tours of Waterville over the summer.
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Morley adjusts to job as NCW Fair manager

Carolyn Morley, a 2007 Waterville High School graduate, has been serving as NCW Fair manager since May 16.
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Waterville PTO provides end-of-year fun for students

The 2017-18 school year at Waterville ended with a time of fun for the students on June 7.
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Our Past | 1938: Fairgrounds are site for Public Works Administration project

Selected by Karen Larsen The following article from the June 16, 1938 edition of the Waterville Empire-Press highlights how the Public Works Administration (PWA) provided funds and men to accomplish needed work at Waterville’s fairgrounds in anticipation of that year’s fair.   Forty Men Start Work at Fairgrounds Monday Forty men will be put to work at the fairgrounds here next Monday on...
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