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The Town of Waterville was able to use a surplus of $50,000 in the street fund to pay for repairs on Central Avenue during the last few weeks of September. Central Avenue from Locust Street to Third Street was resurfaced.

We've got a runner! Actually, we have quite a few runners, or “stolons.” Our strawberry plants are quite stoloniferous! From five of last year's strawberry plants, or “mothers,” we now have many, many babies that have taken root. We are going for wild strawberries, which is surprising to som…

Dr. Richard Koenig, Chair of the WSU Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, announced that Dale Whaley, Regional Extension Specialist located in the Douglas County Extension office in Waterville, WA is the 2020 recipient of the Kenneth J. Morrison Award in Crops & Soils Sciences. The awar…

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We've got a runner! Actually, we have quite a few runners, or “stolons.” Our strawberry plants are quite stoloniferous! From five of last year's strawberry plants, or “mothers,” we now have many, many babies that have taken root. We are going for wild strawberries, which is surprising to som…

I am an autumn child. I come alive when the cool, dry breezes begin, whispering of colder days. The sun glints with golden highlights and the skies are azure blue. I feel an uncontrollable anticipation bubbling over, a subtle excitement, and a deep longing for the things to come.

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It wasn’t long ago when the older generation could still remember riding horse-drawn sleighs for transportation in this area during the winter months. This article from the Sept. 25, 1930, edition of the Waterville Empire-Press documents the transition to snow removal, which I suppose was ne… Read more

Below are two selections from the Sept. 11, 1930, edition of the Waterville Empire-Press. The first selection is about some boys who thought they could get away without paying for their gas. Then as now, one wonders how some crooks can think they will get away so easily. Then there are some … Read more

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Caterpillar is a medium-sized, brindle and white, 5-year-old American pit bull terrier mix. Caterpillar is the happiest guy. He is so much fun… Read more

Dr. Pepper is as sweet as his name, say officials at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society. Dr. Pepper is a 12-year-old, medium-sized, black and… Read more

Curtis is a 2-year-old, medium-sized, black and brown Rottweiler mix. Curtis has a heart filled with love, say officials at the Wenatchee Vall… Read more

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