After the Marché Morin went bankrupt, Waterville was left without a grocery store, and it has stayed that way for nearly a year now. Citizens have been forced make do with goods from the local depanneur, or drive all the way out to Sherbrooke or other surrounding towns to get their weekly groceries. Natalie Bouffard aims to change that, saying that as early as this coming August, the Waterville grocery store will get another go. Bouffard and her family were on the edge of their seats at a business meeting on Monday night as they waited with bated breath to see whether they would be able to re-open Waterville’s grocery store. With two out of three grocers backing out of the deal and refusing to attach their name to the project, it seemed that the small-town of 2000 people would have to make do without for some time still. See full story in the Wednesday, May 30 edition of The Record.