- Sheriff’s Office addresses donation information
- Othello dairy farmer’s charitable gift exceeds half a million for The Columbia Basin Foundation
- Washington state ranked first in nation for workers
- Smoky streets
- Quincy Community Health Center sponsors Second Harvest
- Census participation window closing
- County commissioners plea community to follow health guidelines
- Quincy Public Library starts pickup services
- City partners with Eastmont parks for lifeguard training
- Recreation department asks large groups not to gather in parks
One dead in two-car collision east of Quincy
Another shooting on Sept. 6 prompted questions from the community on if the ShotSpotter syst…
The Quincy City Council voted on a resolution that would allow the recreation department to …
The Quincy Valley Historical Society and Museum is holding its annual Valley Visions Art Exp…
The Quincy School District opened the school year on Sept. 2 with a new online learning mode…
The Quincy Recreation Department issued return-to-play guidelines for recreational sports in a news release on Aug. 14. The guidelines also request residents to not gather in large groups.
At its July 28 meeting, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Executive Board made some changes to its previously announced four season sports calendar for 2020-21.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced changes to the 2020-21 sports calendar on July 21.
The start date for fall prep sports has been pushed back to early September, according to a press release from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
This is the first time I’ve publicly supported a political candidate. I put up a Culp for Governor sign. It was in the yard for a few days before the following incident happened. On Thursday, Sept. 3, my husband moved the sign while preparing to mow the lawn. While doing so, he found a dead …
I’m thankful the Post-Register printed the guest column I’d submitted with the title “A hodge-podge of facts worth committing to memory.” I wasn’t thankful, however, that the word “memory” was left off the title, which no doubt confused readers thinking that I was urging them to commit to so…
This is in response to the “hodge-podge of facts” guest column that appeared recently in the Post-Register and at the invitation of my sister, Quincy resident Wendy Sauber. This is also in memory of our mother, Isabelle Henson, an immigrant who recently passed-away, still in possession of he…
My next door neighbor, Dwight Needens, is a well known Quincy Valley Post Register letter writer. While we enjoy being neighborhood friends, Dwight and I live in different “universes” when it comes to our feelings about political and racial justice issues.