Group learns Waterville history

Jenna Dixon, current owner and resident of the Nifty Theatre, is leading a series of historic walking tours of Main Street this summer. The first tour was held on June 16.
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Swimming pool has a successful opening day

The afternoon of June 18 was pleasantly warm for the first open swim of the season at the Waterville Pool.
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Library opens to music program

Waterville Library hadn’t officially opened at its new location June 20, but the doors were open in the afternoon for the first event held there — the Bushwick Northwest STYLE program.
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Waterville Players sponsors summer writing contest

The next Waterville Players production is set to be more local than ever. Three skits will not only be produced and performed by local talent, but will also be written by local writers.
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Douglas County Sheriff’s Report

Incidents reported June 15-21
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NCW Fair entertainment is taking shape

NCW Fair staff members have been busy working on the lineup of entertainment for this year’s fair.
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Douglas County Sheriff’s Report

Incidents reported from June 8-14
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Our Past | 1992: Pilots come from near and far for breakfast in the park

Selected by Karen Larsen Excerpts from the following article, which appeared in the June 18, 1992 edition of the Douglas County Empire Press, tell of a successful fly-in. During those years, the fly-in was held during the town’s street fair.   ‘Fly-in’ brings gypsy-for-day pilots By Nadra Rivers Waterville’s recent street fair got off to a flying start with the arrival of 23 planes...
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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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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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