Over 50 people showed up at the Thursday night town hall meeting given by the Quincy Police Department. The first hour, from 6 to 7 p.m., was mostly conducted in Spanish. Officer Jorge Trujillo translated for the police department, going through the handouts that were available to the public.
In Tuesday night’s city council meeting, the audience
The Quincy High School boys track team won the 1A NEA/CTL Bi-District Track and Field Championship on Saturday edging Riverside by six points – 92.33 to 86.33.
Valerie Tobin had three opportunities to qualify for the WIAA/Dairy Farmers of Washington/Les Schwab Tires 1A State Track Championships, May 24-25, at Eastern Washington University in Cheney.
The old saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
I can usually tell when September rolls in by the way the landscape looks. Saturday was no exception.
Mountain View Elementary School has announced their Starshine students.
New Life Christian School has announced their third quarter honor roll for the 2012-2013 school year.
Joe Braunschweig spent his young years growing up in a small town in Minnesota mainly comprised of Germans and Norwegians. His dad was a wheat farmer. During WWII, the family moved to Washington, where Braunschweig met his wife, Sherry, who was from Des- Moines, Iowa. Braunschweig made his living making windows at a factory. He later landed a job working for Valley Glass in Kent and made his way up to a managerial position until he left in 1972.
Quincy High School Life Skills teacher Abbie Lankhaar has found her niche in life at a young age, teaching at the same school where her grandfather, George Parsons, taught driver’s education years ago.