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Here's a preview of what's in this week's Waterville Times. The digital edition is available now. Local print subscribers will receive it Wednesday. If you'd like full coverage, sign up for a subscription or purchase a newspaper from a store listed below. 

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Weekly Poll

Poll Results

 

What's the best breakfast food?
 

Eggs and bacon came in first place. In second place was omelets, with waffles and pancakes in a close third. In fourth place, English muffins. In last place, hashbrowns, French toast, bagels, cereal, breakfast burrito/wrap and oatmeal.

Inside This Week

Editorial -

A Quiet Fourth

Throughout the Inside -

•In Times Past

•Covid-19 Information

•Same Studio, New Name

•Brookfield CS Awards

•Watch Locally Made Movies

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In Focus...

Photo By Zach Lewis

Many cities and towns across the state, including the Village of Clinton and Town of Kirkland, canceled Fourth of July parades and fireworks displays due to the coronavirus pandemic. Although Clinton residents were not able to watch the annual July Fourth College Street parade and the fireworks display, area businesses and organizations decorated for the patriotic holiday. On College Street, various businesses decorated shop windows with flags and other red, white and blue ornaments. The Kirkland Town Library had a sign that said, “Happy Birthday America” on one side and “Happy 4th of July” on the other. There were American flags around the perimeter of the Village Green. One fitting display for this year’s Fourth of July was at the West Park Row stoplight. A flag was flying above a winking smiley face wearing a facemask. The other side of the village sign displays, “We’re All In This Together.”

 

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