Over the weekend Grant County Fire District #3 (GCFD#3) held its annual food drive to support the Quincy Food Bank.
- Track and Field have successful first meet
- QHS drama announces spring play
- Ybarra backs bill prohibiting vaccine passports in Washington
- Boys soccer loses to Wenatchee
- Quincy FFA set for plant sale
- Sports Briefs April 21
- Quincy vaccine clinic sees over 500 appointments
- Sports Briefs April 14
- Gift of land will aid Pygmy Rabbit recovery in Grant County
- Cross country finishes season with three personal records
The Quincy Police Department has concluded its internal investigation of the Quincy Animal S…
With the announcement of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine put on pause, and the opening of …
The Lady Jacks Softball team secured all wins during their first week of competitions.
Tyson Hill, 41, has been tapped by Washington Governor Jay Inslee to fill an open seat in th…
The City of Quincy held its annual Spring Clean-Up Day on April 10.
Baseball wins conference match against Omak
With the wrap up of the cross country season Coach Andrew Schmitt reflected on the hard work the Jacks put in.
I’m elated to see more Quincy people—whatever their race, and whatever their thoughts—submitting those thoughts to the paper. I would like to ask Gina to expand more on her submission as I couldn’t understand how she was moved to anything other than a “that’s right” response to the statement…
Back in 2019, Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke made this provocative statement about gun control in a primary debate: “Hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15, your AK-47…!”
As state lawmakers enter the final weeks of the 2021 legislative session — and the start of the second year of the pandemic — the condition of the state budget is nothing short of amazing.