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With restrictions on gatherings due to the coronavirus, traditional Memorial Day parades and ceremonies had to be canceled. Local American Legions and the Clinton VFW conducted small tributes to those veterans who have died. Clinton veterans laid wreaths and flowers in the Village Green and concluded with the playing of ‘Taps’. C.J. Fulmer American...

May 26, 2020

Sometime in the late summer or early fall of 1943 Ralph Rigaud lost one of his dog tags.

Each U.S. soldier receives two dog tags containing personal information. One is worn around the neck on a chain and the other goes inside a boot. They help identify soldiers who are wounded or killed in battle.

It’s unknown which dog tag Rigaud lost while trainin...

May 26, 2020

June looks to usher in more moves to reduce the restrictions in place since March 13 with the Covid-19 pandemic.

In what was like the best news shared last week, Clinton and Brookfield Central School Districts set their last day of the school year. As of Monday, Waterville had not announced when the year will end.

Clinton Central School Superintenden...

May 26, 2020

More details were hammered out last week on the plan to put a solar energy farm on Brothertown Road in Waterville.

Members of the Sangerfield Zoning Board of Appeals, the town’s attorney and engineer, and representatives of NextEra spent two and a half hours last week in a meeting conducted remotely and available on YouTube. NextEra is looking for a...

May 26, 2020

The Town of Marshall Zoning Board of Appeals has scheduled a hearing about an application for mining in the town.

The hearing will be at Marshall Town Hall Thursday, June 4 beginning at 6 p.m. ZBA Chairman Maryanne Marsh said everyone attending must wear a mask and follow the social distancing steps outlined. There will also be an option for remote...

May 19, 2020

Jules (Julianna) Eisenhut, No. 88, was named an All-American Pop Warner Scholar for 2019-20. Jules and her brother Jace played for Waterville Pop Warner last fall; they are the children of Travis and Joanna Eisenhut. Her academic ranking put her in the top 2 percent of the 325,000 children who play in Pop Warner organizations  nationwide. She was n...

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In first place with 80% of the vote: speak to animals

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Inside This Week

Editorial -

What We Know

Throughout the Inside -

•In Times Past

•WCS Grad Ceremony Idea

Explained in Zoom Call

•Behind the Masks

•BCS Sets Budget

at $7.7 Million

•Summer Rec Out In O'Falls

•Village of Waterville Board

Updates Policies Handbook

•Confessions of Covid-19 Parenting

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Photo By Zach Lewis

I have been following the advice of this sign and staying at home. Since I've been at home, my photography has been a bit boring. I can only take so many pictures of my dog and cat at home. Recently, I decided to drive around a bit. I was able to see all the signs that people have placed in their yards. This sign at the Clark Mills Fire Department caught my attention. From my car window, I was able to get this photo.


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