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.
City of Quincy maintenance crews, along with crews from Woodard & Curran who service the city’s water and wastewater, will continue to provide essential services to the community despite restrictions related to COVID-19.
As of Tuesday 25 people were confirmed to have COVID-19 in Grant County.
This week has made for some uncertain times, making many people anxious and fearful. On top of that parents have been faced with the stress of trying to find things for kids to do at home.
The Quincy School District is figuring out its next steps in the face of school closures and the COVID-19 outbreak.
A Quincy woman was sent to Quincy Valley Hospital with minor injuries after crashing a stolen vehicle Monday morning.
QUINCY — Grant County Health District reported four new positive COVID-19 cases on Monday, including a staff member at Quincy High School.
QUINCY — The Grant County Health District on Friday confirmed a second case of COVID-19 in Quincy.
Updated: March 11, 4:50 p.m.
The Quincy FFA continued their winning ways as they competed at the District IX Leadership Event on Monday March 2nd at the Columbia Basin Technical Skills Center.
WENATCHEE — Test results Wednesday night returned the first “presumptive positive” case of COVID-19 in Wenatchee.
The Quincy-Columbia Basin Irrigation District is getting ready for this year’s season.
The Quincy Senior Center is seeing increased revenue and growth, but not enough to meet its infrastructure needs.
Hello Quincy Valley residents and readers of the Post-Register. I am excited to be stepping into the editor position here at the Post-Register.
A storage building in George burned to the ground on Feb. 15 destroying everything inside.
Dear Quincy residents,
The sun beats down on sage bush covered cliffs as meadowlarks flitter between the bushes.
In Central Washington, we understand that healthy forests are the true key to wildfire prevention. Each summer, we come face-to-face with the threat wildfires pose to our land, our communities, and our health.
Grant County PUD is considering some high-tech solutions to prevent power interruptions.
It isn’t Mary Poppins if she can’t fly.
The state Department of Ecology has approved the installation of five backup generators at one of Microsoft’s data centers.