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For Stacia Sarty, the biggest change happened one drop at a time.

Long accustomed to golfing in the Columbia Basin’s desert weather, the Quincy grad found herself first at Pacific University in Oregon and this year in Spokane’s Whitworth University, dealing with some pesky wet stuff falling from the clouds.

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The community took a moment to celebrate some of its finest grads, former teachers, advisors and advocates, by inducting them into the Wall of Fame.

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Down 19-0 after three tiny minutes of football against their archrival in miserable weather, Quincy Head Coach Greg McMillan gathered his troops during a timeout and laid down the proverbial gauntlet.

“Do you want to take it?” he thundered. “Or do you want to fight?”

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At this year’s Farmer Consumer Awareness Day parade, one man is heading up a new idea for the parade-goers to honor the anniversary of 9/11.

Carl Yeates, a commissioner for the Quincy Valley Cemetery, is taking charge to arrange community members to carry veteran casket flags in the FCAD parade.

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Despite a very successful season this past year, the Quincy Girls Soccer Team has their goals set high for this upcoming season and hopes to do even better than the last team’s accomplishment.