Jessica Hogge, in the role of Nora, looks all twitterpated at Lui Navarro, in the role of Dwain, during a scene of "Sleeping Indoors," opening…
“Sleeping Indoors,” a dramedy by Jim Holt and directed by first-timer Kathleen Stahl opens at Soap Lake’s Masquers Theater next month, with a story as wild offstage as onstage.
Itzel Valle, a Quincy grad, working in George, is repping Ephrata as a contestant in a statewide beauty pageant next summer.
Seth Longwill, a member of the Quincy High School baseball team that won the 1998 state championship, is now the head coach of the 2022 team.
A local athlete is making her mark in the world of ice hockey, one assist at a time.
Please pardon the vague nature of the headline, but some races still sit less than a dozen votes apart, and as of 5:31 p.m. on Monday, there were 300 ballots left to count countywide.
So far, the Grant County Elections Office has counted more than 18,000 votes, yielding a voter turnout of 38.41 percent of the 47,000 registered voters in the county.
With the levy passing on its second try of the year, two weeks before Thanksgiving, Glenda Bishop has about 2,000 reasons to feel thankful.
And she does feel that way.
Nestled in fancy digs, Habitat for Humanity waits for its new home.
A scene from A Christmas Carol, opening Nov. 12 at QHS
A timeless holiday production has found its way to Quincy, perhaps to help unofficially kick off the holiday season.