Quincy native Eduardo Castañeda-Díaz is likely to advance to the general election after tallying just over 23% of votes in the race for State Representative Position 1 in Washington’s thirteenth legislative district.
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.
Sam Montoya and his wife Alma have expanded their Ephrata bakery, Cielo Town Bakery, to add a location in the Quincy Public Market.
The Grant County Health District reported two COVID-19 associated deaths in the county last week.
Washington is under a statewide burn ban due to the extreme heat sweeping over the state as of July 28.
After seven total weeks of renovations and set up, the brand new Dollar Tree in Quincy held its grand opening on July 30.
A man was treated for multiple gunshot wounds after being shot in the 300 block of Sixth Avenue Southeast last Friday.
The Grant County Health District confirmed the tenth death in the county due to complications associated with COVID-19 on July 28.
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.
Incidents involving fireworks have injured 173 people this year in Washington, according to data from the state fire marshal’s office.
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.
Grant County Health District reported a ninth COVID-19 associated death of a county resident on July 23.
On July 23, Grant County Sheriffs and Quincy Police responded to multiple 911 calls of shots fired at Crescent Bar. Within an hour, a suspect was taken into custody.
Farm to Families and Chelan Fresh are partnering to give away 20 pound boxes of produce this Saturday, Aug. 1.
The body of a missing woman was recovered from the Columbia River shoreline near Crescent Bar on July 24.
Edward Pinto, a Spanish teacher at Wapato High School and a 2010 Quincy High School graduate, was recognized as the 20,000th graduate of Western Governors University.
For those who have not already filled out the 2020 census, state representatives are highly encouraging people to do so, especially in the 13th legislative district.
Members of Congress on opposite sides of the aisle are leading a bipartisan effort to push for a bill that would support local news organizations through tax credits.
81% of positive COVID-19 cases in Grant County are symptomatic, according to data from the county health district.
The Grant County Health district reported two COVID-19 associated deaths in the last week; the seventh and eighth in the county.
Over the next couple months, the city of George is slated to add two new businesses; a restaurant called Fatburger and a brand new coffee stand called Wicked G.O.A.T. Brew.
With COVID-19 still present, the Grant County Jail is still not allowing on-site visitation to happen, according to the release. However, they have implemented a new way for inmates to stay connected with friends and family.
George’s annual Fourth of July celebration looked a little different than normal this year, but the turnout was about the same.
Grant County is not meeting Safe Start reopening plan metrics to move to Phase 3, according to a Grant County Health District news release on July 2.
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…
Violators of Governor Inslee’s mask requirement will not be charged by county police, according to a Grant County Sheriff’s Office press release issued on June 24.