Sunday Jul 27
Nova News Now
LETTER: Airport closure means no training pilots
It's no wonder that Arron is sad. If the closure of the Waterville Airport proceeds he, and many other young aspiring children, will not get the opportunity to join the ranks Waterville, the second busiest airport in Nova Scotia, has trained pilots for such well know airlines as Westjet, Porter, Jazz, Canjet and Provincial Airlines, as well as many ... (more)
Proposed Waterville-Mansfield athletic consolidation discussed
Waterville community members shared their thoughts about a possible athletic consolidation with Mansfield during a forum July 8 at the Waterville High School Career Center, sponsored by the Waterville School Board.
Nova News Now
On the Farm by Glen Ells: Is a compromise possible in airpark proposal?
There was a large crowd in attendance at the information meeting in Canning last Thursday night.
The News Tribune
Maine film festival honors Glenn Close
In this June 3, 2013 photo, actress Glenn Close does a television interview in the White House briefing room in Washington, Monday, June 3, 2013, ahead of the White House mental health conference with President Barack Obama.
Lawrence L. "Butch" Buse
He was born to Otto and Amelia Buse on May 4, 1931, in Waterville. After graduating from Waterville High School, Butch attended Gonzaga University and got a Bachelor's degree in business.
Windy visit to the Highland School
The one-room Highland Schoolhouse, which sits on a hilltop along Highway 2 between Waterville and Coulee City, is a favorite landmark of travelers and history buffs.