We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

  • Updated

Around 9:30 p.m. on Aug. 11, Quincy Police officers responded to a suspicious circumstance call at a Quincy home that resulted in the discovery of human remains in one of the bedrooms of the home, according to a press release on Aug. 12.

A man was treated for multiple gunshot wounds after being shot in the 300 block of Sixth Avenue Southeast last Friday.

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 Quincy High School class of 2016 can be proud of one of their classmates. Priscilla Castillo, daughter of Quincy residents Daniel and Zoella Castillo, recently completed her studies at Central Christian College of Kansas. At Central College, Priscilla was a business star in class and with the business club. With four years of club experience, Castillo represented the college at the National Leadership Conference of Phi Beta Lambda this summer.

People may start noticing businesses with signs posted asking for exact change or their orders may possibly be rounded up or down to the next whole dollar. This rounding is due to a nationwide coin shortage.

Grant County Fire District #3, with a collaboration between multiple agencies, was able to quickly contain a wildfire Saturday night near Frenchman Coulee.

The Grant County Health district reported two COVID-19 associated deaths in the last week; the seventh and eighth in the county.

The Fourth of July is a big holiday not just for celebrators but for firefighters as well. A night of fun can easily turn into a nightmare. Grant County Fire District 3 (GCFD3), District Chief Don Fortier addressed some of the issues that surround the 4th of July as well as some advice for t…

The Brick Deli, located on Central Avenue South in Quincy’s downtown has permanently closed. The announcement was shared in a Facebook post on June 21.