Waterville student chosen to dance in ‘The Nutcracker’

Emma O’Connor, a freshman at Waterville High School, has been chosen to dance in "The Nutcracker" ballet to be held during the holidays at the Numerica Performing Arts Center in Wenatchee.
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4-H group ready for the fair

The fairgrounds in Waterville was a busy place on Aug. 13 as youth and adults gathered to prepare for the NCW Fair which opens today through Sunday.
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Reid family wins Yard of the Month

The Waterville Tree Board has chosen the yard of Ben and Wendy Reid on the west side of North Jackson Street as the July Yard of the Month.
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Library program on sounds

Heather Inczauskis, from the North Central Regional Library system, visited the Waterville Library on Aug. 16 and delighted children and adults with the "Science of Sound."
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Library visitors Jump for Joy

Susan Wickett-Ford, a teaching artist from Silver Kite Community Arts of Seattle, entertained children at the Waterville Library on Aug. 7 with the program "Jump for Joy: Village Rhythms from Around the World."
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Mires sworn in as Waterville superintendent during June school board meeting

At the June 26 Waterville School Board meeting, Tabatha Mires was sworn in by Stephanie Stibal as school district superintendent, effective July 1.
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Puppet show at Waterville library

The North Central Regional Library puppeteers entertained several community children and their parents at the Waterville Library on Aug. 2.
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Activities galore at the library

The North Central Regional Library has a wide variety of programs available for all ages this summer including at its Waterville branch.
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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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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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