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April 7, 2020

(Waterville teacher Larry Stockwell loads cans into bags and boxes for the food distribution. The free food contained numerous items to help people through the pandemic restrictions.)

Before Waterville Central School’s food giveaway began last week, the line of cars stretched to Madison Street.

In one of the signs showing how life has changed for peo...

April 7, 2020

For Christians, this week marks the holiest of the year, culminating with Easter services of joy at church Sunday.

The coronavirus pandemic has closed all churches until further notice. For many people this will be a difficult time to find themselves alone and not celebrating their faith as a congregation.

We asked several area ministers to share an...

April 7, 2020

After scrambling to adjust to teaching and feeding students without having them in school, just about everyone planned for a break this week.

Even though trips south were canceled, the planned spring break before Easter would allow educators, parents and students to take a breath and unwind from the whirlwind of the past few weeks. School administra...

April 7, 2020

Community response for a memorial in Clinton for a Sept. 11 Memorial has been strong.

Bill Huther, one of the members of the committee to honor Clinton Central School graduate Edward Porter Felt, said people have been supportive with donations since the plan was announced in November. “We’re impressed with how the community is responding.’’

Huther, P...

April 7, 2020

(Students in Waterville High School’s Class of 2020 who are ranked in the Top 10 academically of their class are Gwyneth Williams, Emily Rotach, Paul Brouillette, Brianne Barnes, valedictorian Anna Beach, salutatorian Rylee Fallon, Cassandra Nipe, Austin Hutchins, Emily Roys and Paeton Barnes.) [Submitted Photo]

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Editorial -

What We Know

Throughout the Inside -

•In Times Past

•Library Lines

•Classrooms Move to
Teachers' Homes

•Waterville Library Plans to 

Add Bookstore

•Clinton Chiropractor Retires

•Artists Sought For Exhibit

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Photo By Zach Lewis

Following coronavirus guidelines by staying inside, I was able to get this photo through the window. This bird was weathering a snowstorm that was passing through the area. While taking photos, I was able to spot a bunch of robins. I always know spring is almost here when I see robins. This post would have had a photo of a robin, but they all flew away by the time my camera was ready.