Kurtis J. Wood
It appears the giant apple slicer Crunch Pak is expanding to Quincy, potentially bringing with it 300 future jobs.
Up, up and away!
Quincy bicyclists Katie Beaumont, Pam Young, Sheri Rigdon and Elena Ybarra completed the two-day Seattle to Portland (STP) bike ride, which is considered one of the 10 largest recreational bike rides in the country. According to Ybarra, she and her riding companions rode 209 miles. They were joined by Arin Swinger, Norma Whitney and Renae Taneal of Moses Lake, as well as Josh and Melissa Ladd and John Buwalda of Wenatchee. The bicycling crew wore shirts with a logo inspired by Steve Weil, Ben Horning, Nancy Zepeda and Katy Higgins.
It’s hard to imagine the Jackrabbits not in a rebuilding year after losing 18 players to graduation.
I like to think of myself as an above average writer. After all, I’ve been writing consistently since I was the editor of the Edison Eagle back in ninth grade.
The old saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Parents, for the most part, think the Quincy School District is doing an excellent job educating their children, according to a recent district survey.
Quincy School District has refinanced a portion of its outstanding bonds, saving district taxpayers $293,061 over the next 10 years.
After a brief retirement, Jim Reimann was re-appointed last week to the Grant County Fire District No. 3 Board of Commissioners.
Children all over Quincy come running when they hear the electronic tinkle-tune “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf.” They know the Wheel of Fortune Ice Cream Truck is coming down their street. Money in hand and parents walking behind them, they scramble to be the first one at the window.