Kurtis J. Wood
The Grant County PUD has closed the shoreline exposed by the drawdown of the reservoir behind Wanapum Dam after a woman sunk waist-deep into the unstable, hazardous sand.
Human bones, including what appears to be part of a skull, discovered in the riverbed Tuesday by a person walking along the Columbia River’s exposed shoreline in Crescent Bar are indeed archeological, the Grant County coroner reported.
Antonio Melendez became the ninth wrestling champion in school history after winning the 1A 160-pound weight class at Mat Classic XXVI.
All things considered, the Jackrabbits had a solid Mat Classic XXVI.
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.”
The Quincy School District has received some 16 viable candidates who have sent in resumes for the superintendent’s position.
The search to replace Superintendent Burton Dickerson is a primary concern for the Quincy School District’s Board of Directors.
To climb 61 flights of stairs – that’s 1,311 steps – there better be something good at the top.
Some Quincy school kids last week got a crash course in dogs 101.