Last week, nine drive-in Wi-Fi hotspots were deployed across Grant County to bring free public broadband internet.
Springtime is usually the time that FFA kids are gearing up to showcase projects, start raising animals for the summer or sell animals that they have raised since winter. Due to COVID-19, a lot of these important events have had to be cancelled or moved online, resulting in uncertainty surro…
Phillip Averill has been appointed as the new principal at Monument Elementary School.
North Central Regional Libraries have added new and expanded services online while doors are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A larger percentage of COVID-19 positive cases in Grant County are people 19 to 60 years old.
On April 7, the Quincy City Council approved an additional emergency proclamation signed by Mayor Paul Worley regarding business licenses in the city of Quincy.
Schools will remain closed and students will continue distance learning through the rest of the school year.
Three of the 63 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Grant County are linked to Quincy High School.
As of March 26, Grant Public Utilities District has closed all recreation sites until further notice in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.