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As the end of the mostly virtual legislative session drew near April 25, lawmakers passed a hefty $59 billion budget that will funnel millions into childcare, public health, rental assistance and addressing the economic impact of a yearlong global pandemic.

Governor Jay Inslee signed into law an automatic right for tenants to have an attorney, though it came with a catch — Inslee sent back two parts of the bill regarding landlord rental assistance.

On April 15, the QHS Theatre announced that their spring production “Anne of Green Gables” was approved by Grant County Health and Safety to be performed live.

The 2021 virtual legislative session is coming to a close in only three weeks. With such a short amount of time left, legislators are spending long days, late evenings, and most weekends on the House floor debating and voting on bills.

The Quincy FFA is proud to announce their 2021 Spring Plant Sale coming to you with a hybrid event.

A two-vehicle crash Friday near Santa Nella, Calif. resulted in the death of a local eight-year-old boy, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and reporting from the Merced Sun-Star.

Early childhood care and education in the state would see sweeping reform through the expansion of affordable child health and learning services, if a bill in the state Legislature wins approval.

The Quincy Jacks football team’s last few games of the season, including a varsity match up against rival Ephrata, has been cancelled due to a positive COVID-19 test from a Quincy player.