The talent of local artists, and the faces and the places of this corner of the world were on full display at the Quincy Valley Historical Society and Museum last month.

Bridget Jones, a student at Quincy High School earned an honorable mention in the writing contest “Teen Short Fiction Competition,” organized by Write on the River, a nonprofit organization that supports, coaches and promotes writers from all around north central Washington.

A community garden has taken root and is growing across the street from Quincy High School, with 18 raised beds in place last week and 10 more on the way.

Local veterans presented traditional Memorial Day services Monday at Quincy Valley Cemetery to honor and remember military personnel who died in service of their country.

Some of the most talented young voices of the valley helped people forget the autumnal weather of a May evening, one song at a time during the Sing! fundraiser at the Quincy Valley Museum May 13. 

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The Quincy Family Festival, a bilingual event, kicked off with a parade  Saturday. A variety of groups and organizations gathered under cloudy skies to bring some color to the afternoon.

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The Quincy FFA and the members of the Horticulture Class at Quincy High School would like to invite you to their annual Spring Plant Sale. The sale begins on Wednesday April 27 with hours from 2 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. The sale will be open the same hours on Thursday April 28, and on Saturday A…

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Quincy high-schoolers Yanetzi Gonzalez, Jose Contreras and Eric Ramirez took the top three spots at Skills USA’s state firefighting skills competition for students in Wenatchee earlier this month.

A long-sought goal of some community-minded Quincy folks is about to be reached. Quincy Valley Cemetery will soon have a memorial pavilion built where families and friends can gather, in rain, snow or sun, to remember their departed loved ones.

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Quincy FFA members competed in the District IX FFA Leadership Development Events on March 18 at the Grant County Fairgrounds in Moses Lake to try and earn one of the four spots available in each event in state FFA competition in May.

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The traditional spaghetti feed to support Quincy fourth-graders’ field trip to Seattle was back Friday night, and still very popular, even though the event last year was canceled due to pandemic-related limitations.

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Scotland is home to a great deal of our history and culture. You can visit Scotland for many reasons: to see the Scottish Highlands; to visit ancestral homes and research genealogy; to see the Monty Python Holy Grail castle; to learn more of the history of the Stirling Castle and the Cullode…

In 2021, a group of residents signed a petition and stated their requests for changes in the speed limit on two sections of the road. Here is an excerpt from their petition.

Mixing a bit of nostalgia in with the exuberance of youth theater, Quincy High School Theater will open with its version of “High School Musical” on March 4.

On Feb. 17, the Quincy Senior Center declared February a month to honor our region’s war veterans, and thanked them with a special dinner, filled with special moments, mementos and memories shared by members of the center. The oldest picture was of World War I veteran Jack Fancher.

Voters in Quincy School District showed strong support for the Quincy School District’s Proposition 1 in the special election that occurred Feb. 8. The first ballot count released by Grant County on Tuesday night showed 61.7% in favor and 38.3% voting against the measure.