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Massive forest fires in western parts of our country are not only choking us with layers of thick smoke, but are leaving behind millions of acres of scorched hillsides, ridges and valleys. Simply, there are not enough trees to absorb CO2 and prevent erosion.

Washington law enforcement officers are concerned by recent legislation introduced by Washington State Democrats and policy stances made by Big Tech. These developments are concerning for our communities, our children, and our officers.

June 30 QVPR brought us a rather laughable article from columnist Rich Elfers, “Framing Narratives.” He goes on to say “sometimes one might try to shape their opponent’s narrative to cause people to vote a certain way... Often this type of narrative is inaccurate and deceptive.” That’s an am…

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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 […]