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The Quincy Police Department (QPD) or better known by their team name “Quincy PD Copcicles,” plunged into the freezing water of the Columbia River at Crescent Bar Saturday in support of the Special Olympics. It was the third year in a row the department did the challenge.

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Why did Republican Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell strongly condemn President Trump’s incitement to attack the Capitol by his supporters after voting to acquit him? This question has puzzled me for several days. In order to understand this seeming contradiction, McConnell’s political …

Our Native communities are making it clear; they will no longer suffer in silence. Just last week, community members gathered in Toppenish for a vigil to remember and honor the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) of our region and across the country. Together, we are working to enac…

Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson’s $33 billion plan to remove the lower Snake River dams is unwise. However, if he pushes it, he needs to include the impact of breaching dams in his home state which completely shutoff salmon and steelhead migration.

Why would any company spend $5.5 million for a 30-second Super Bowl ad which leaves viewers perplexed as some glitzy and abstract commercials did? After production costs are tacked on, you’d think advertisers would want their messages clearly understood especially in difficult times.

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A George resident was part of a 11-years-old and younger cheer squad that won a state championship. Ella Nelson, a third-grade student from George Elementary, is a member of the Wenatchee based Central Cascade Pop Warner, Rams Emerald Cheer Squad, according to a news release from the cheer squad. On Jan. 24, the cheer team […]

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The city of Quincy will be installing 16 solar panel crossing signals around the city to improve pedestrian safety. The Quincy City Council voted unanimously Feb. 4 to approve $67,232 for the installation, City Finance Officer Nancy Schanze said. The project is due to the increased traffic volume in the city caused by recent population […]

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Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson’s $33 billion plan to remove the lower Snake River dams is unwise. However, if he pushes it, he needs to includ…

In response to Dain Schroeder’s letter, calling President Trump a lying lunatic, I was surprised examples weren’t required, not to mention les…