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If you’ve driven by the Waterville High School football/baseball field lately, you likely have noticed that it looks like the field is in a bigger disarray than normal. But contrary to initial impressions, what you are seeing are big improvements to Kellen Biggar Memorial Field, thanks to fu…

Cucumber plants are so delicately beautiful, especially the flowers. After working with pumpkin, zucchini, and various squashes, which can be brutal on your hands and arms, it has been a pleasure.

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On what would have been a sleepy Saturday morning in Waterville, the streets were busy as people came into town to attend the debut of the Waterville Plateau Farmers Market. The event, which was hosted by the Waterville Mainstreet Association. It was the first of three farmers markets being …

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If you’ve driven by the Waterville High School football/baseball field lately, you likely have noticed that it looks like the field is in a bigger disarray than normal. But contrary to initial impressions, what you are seeing are big improvements to Kellen Biggar Memorial Field, thanks to fu… Read more

The next to last week of the Waterville-Mansfield girls basketball team’s season was eventful. On Monday, they honored their seniors before defeating the Bridgeport Fillies 79-57. They followed this up the next night with a win over the Entiat Tigers 51-42. Read more

The annual Crimson Awards were held Monday, June 7, to honor Waterville and Mansfield high school high school athletes. In a year that has been different than others, the awards ceremony was no different. Read more

The Waterville-Mansfield Shockers girls basketball team bounced back from their early season stumble with two victories this past week. On Tuesday the Shockers defeated the Pateros Nannies 56-43. The following night they followed up on their victory with another win against the Moses Lake Ch… Read more

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These “brevities” from the June 14, 1906 edition of the Douglas County Press offer engaging little pieces of news that had occurred in and around Waterville during the past week. A post office at Jamison, a new dairy business, and brick work at the new courthouse are some of the items that a… Read more

Back in the early 1900s wheat was brought to market in sacks. One can imagine that a shortage in the sack supply would be a big problem. It sounds like that was on the minds of a lot of local growers at the beginning of the season of 1906 as attested in this article published in the June 7, … Read more

This article from the May 24, 1906 edition of the Douglas County Press responds to an article in a Quincy paper which apparently took issue with the courthouse construction in Waterville. A “cut,” or image, of the planned courthouse had been loaned to the Quincy paper, and was not available … Read more

Pet of the Week

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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