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Kieth Siebert, who became the Quincy Police Department’s chief in 2017 after the resignation of Rich Heimbach, will leave the QPD in mid-February for a job in Ephrata, at the Emergency Management department of the Grant County Public Utility District.

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Bring Home Da Beef, the tournament that started almost by accident last year, had its second annual edition last weekend, with Quincy’s Michelle Acevedo earning the highest marks among Lady Jacks grapplers, finishing in second place at 130 lbs.

Last year, over 100,000 people in the United States died from a drug overdose, largely driven by the rampant spread of illicit fentanyl. In Washington state, drug overdoses have been increasing at shocking rates in the past few years, and communities across Central Washington have been devas…

I got an email from a reader saying, “I enjoyed your article, ‘Surviving a hard time.’ I try to remember, “Tough times don’t last, but tough people do.” Did I actually say that? I certainly have never considered myself tough. Smart, creative, quick—okay, these are words I would use to descri…

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