Kurtis J. Wood
It’s plain old-fashioned tenacity that’s been the ingredient for his success, says local grower Carl Yeates.
To hear Alex McGregor talk about the future of agriculture is inspiring.
The Jackrabbits football team took a loss on Friday night against Cascade 20-14, but game adjustments give coach Stephen Wallace a positive outlook for the rest of the season.
A new head coach and a return to the Central Washington Athletic Conference highlights the start of the 2014 girls soccer season.
I like people.
To the Editor:
An aging fleet of buses that have logged high miles means the Quincy School District needs to spend some money from the general fund to replace buses, said the district’s transportation supervisor on Tuesday.
athy Knodell was named Quincy Booster of the Year by the Quincy Boosters Club.
Jim Buys loves green, whether it’s the green of the fields surrounding the home he shares with his wife, Minnie, or the green of the John Deere tractor he just finished fixing up in time for the Farmer-Consumer Awareness Day parade.
To call Blaine Lee a little dedicated would be like saying a pig kind of likes mud.