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On May 12, the Grant County Board of Commissioners issued a press release about the power of the county government and included a copy of the most recent letter they sent to Gov. Jay Inslee.

Springtime is usually the time that FFA kids are gearing up to showcase projects, start raising animals for the summer or sell animals that they have raised since winter. Due to COVID-19, a lot of these important events have had to be cancelled or moved online, resulting in uncertainty surro…

Residents of the Cambridge Assisted Living Care facility in Quincy received a special treat on Mother's Day. Families reserved 30 minute slots to visit their loved ones at their windows for the holiday.

Since February, the amount of animals taken in have dropped and the amount of animals adopted have increased. Since January, the Quincy Animal Shelter has rehomed a total of 124 dogs and cats, said Shelter Manager Issela Navarro.

On April 27, Governor Jay Inslee announced that some recreation restrictions would be lifted on May 5. The closure of recreation activities were necessary to reduce travel to slow the spread of the virus and save lives, Inslee said.

It’s early on a Monday morning at the golf course, the sun is rising and the grass is still dewy in spots. The chirp of birds is accompanied by the loud motors of lawnmowers, all three hovering around the course like bees on a flower.

On Friday, Quincy Partnership for Youth teamed up with the Quincy Police Department to put together bags for the Quincy School District to go along with meals handed out to students, according to the QPY Facebook page.

Hello Quincy Valley Post-Register readers and surrounding community, my name is Rebecca Pettingill and I am a new reporter at the Post-Register.

Located right outside of Quincy is a piece of history not known to many. What may appear to just be a pile of rocks, is the remnants of the work on the Great Northern Railroad that was constructed over 100 years ago.

Over a hundred vehicles paraded down the two lane Jackrabbit Street Northeast blaring their horns and flashing their lights Friday evening to celebrate the senior class of 2020.

Schools will remain closed and students will continue distance learning through the rest of the school year.

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.