- Grant PUD sites closed indefinitely
- City creates new pickleball courts
- Quincy School District provides childcare and meals
- City declares state of emergency
- New school board member sets priorities
- Microsoft to build new data center in Quincy
- Grant PUD workers test negative
- PUD acts with caution amid COVID-19
- FFA competes at district leadership event
- College fair paves path for local students
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grant County has reached 63 as of Monday.
COVID-19 is changing numerous industries across the country, including some large manufacturers.
Three of the 63 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grant County are linked to Quincy High School.
EAST WENATCHEE — Paul Collard is capping off a 28-year career as a football official with a …
EAST WENATCHEE — Paul Collard is capping off a 28-year career as a football official with a nomination to the Pacific Northwest Football Officials Association or PNFOA Hall of Fame.
Veteran track and field coaches Whitney Gregg (girls) and Cory Medina (boys) will need their…
Former Quincy Lady Jacks wrestler Cynthia Diaz earned a third-place finish at the NCWA Women…
March is Women’s History Month, and there are a number of extraordinary women from Central Washington to celebrate. Our state has a strong history of female leaders who have paved the way for future generations and exemplified the values we hold dear.
Nobody knows how deep the impact of the coronavirus will be, but one thing that it is destined to test is how effectively people will work from home.
Well, they have done it again. After weeks of criticizing the president and his administration as being incompetent in the handling of the Wuhan virus (aka COVID-19), the democrats have tried to snooker the American people one more time on our dime.
You may have recently learned—from a newspaper, perhaps—that McClatchy, one of the largest newspaper publishers in the country, filed for bankruptcy protection. For the sky-is-falling industry observers, it’s the latest sign that newspapers are joining the horse and buggy in the broom closet…