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Quincy breaks ground on next high school building

QUINCY - Looking into the distance at the future site of the new Quincy High School, the school board president, Tricia Lubach, saw more than an empty, windswept field on the chilly afternoon of Nov. 8. "I see opportunity," she said. "It's Quincy, opportunities unlimited. So, to look out and think t

THE WENATCHEE WORLD ONLINE - 2017-11-24 02:22:00

First aid graduate numbers increase

Columbia Basin Herald, Aug. 23, 1979 E-mail from Cheryl Facts from the past gleaned from the Moses Lake Herald, Columbia Basin Herald and The Neppel Record by Cheryl (Driggs) Elkins: From the Columbia Basin Herald on Aug. 22, 1941: Red Cross issues certificates Clyde Greenlee, Ephrata, first aid cha

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Re-sentencing yields identical sentence for ML woman

Columbia Basin Herald/file photo Cecily McFarland was re-sentenced to more than 19 years prison in connection with a 2014 burglary. EPHRATA A Moses Lake womanwhose case was remanded back to Grant County for re-sentencing by the Washington Supreme Court received an identical sentence in her re-senten

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Big Bend Community College wins national recognition

File photo Big Bend Community College was one of eight community colleges nationwide to receive a Leader College award, recognizing improvement in academics and instruction. MOSES LAKE Big Bend Community College is one of eight community colleges nationwide to earn recognition from an organization t

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Dent receives award for child mental health efforts

Tom Dent/courtesy photo Rep. Tom Dent receives an award for his work on child mental health legislation. MOSES LAKE Rep. Tom Dent, R-Moses Lake, recently won an award for his longstanding effort to push child mental health legislation Dent received the 2017 National Child Health Advocate of the Year

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Moses Lake woman arrested for attempting to sell stolen pocket watches online

Moses Lake Police Officers arrested 21-year-old Brittany Strong Wednesday morning after she attempted to sell stolen property via a Facebook buy and sell page. Just a week ago today she was arrested for stealing hundreds of pieces of mail in the Peninsula area of Moses Lake. Officers say they receiv

KHQ RIGHT NOW

Thanksgiving/Apple Cup emphasis patrols underway

PULLMAN Got tickets to see the Cougars take on the Huskies in the Apple Cup on Saturday? Or maybe you are a Washington State University student heading home for the holidays from Pullman. If any of those scenarios apply to you then you might want to pay close attention to speed limit signs on your t

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

CWU might take over some airport operations

Buy Now IASCO training aircraft sit on the ramp during a rainy day at Bowers Field, Tuesday. CWU has submitted a proposal to Kittitas County to take over management of some Bowers Field airport operations. The lobby area of the Central Washington University flight school at Bowers Field, Tuesday. Ki

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What deals did shoppers get this Black Friday and Thanksgiving?

Bright and early Friday morning, Sarah Pullen and her husband David arrived at Eastview Mall. They drove from their home in Geneva to shop the Black Friday deals for their twin daughters Molly and Claire, 14. "It's our time to get presents for them," Pullen said. Black Friday is now a two-day event

DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE - 2017-11-24 19:39:48

Sen. Pam Helming announces next mobile office events

State Sen. Pam Helming will hold two mobile office events in December as she wraps up her first year in office. Helming, R-Canandaigua, and her staff will be available from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7 at Webster Town Hall, 1000 Ride Road in Webster, Monroe County. She also has a Seneca County sto

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-11-24 15:33:00

Women's March returns to Seneca Falls Jan. 20

SENECA FALLS - A day after Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, roughly 10,000 people came to the Birthplace of the Women's Rights Movement to protest his political and social agenda. It was part of a nationwide reaction to Trump's election. Women's March organize

FINGER LAKES TIMES - 2017-11-24 21:00:00

Eco Talk: The costs of deer overpopulation

We are now in what I refer to as "deer season." It is the time of year we see them quite active along the roadside, in woodlands and forests that dot our countryside and, unfortunately, dead on the shoulder of the road. I am hoping that no one reading this column will have the experience and expense

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-11-24 05:30:00

Nursing home to host annual Festival of Trees auction

Wayne County Nursing Home, 1529 Nye Road, Lyons, will host its Festival of Trees silent auction fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 27-Dec. 13. Staff and volunteers donated Christmas trees decorated in various themes. Previous themes include woodland creatures, "Wizard of Oz" and Buffalo Bills

MPNNOW

Chavez: Patience and persistence pay off for Naples hunter

Ben Chaffer was disappointed with an early miss, but he was back in his tree stand later and tagged 'the buck of a lifetime' He missed and his heart sank. Because Ben Chaffer may be only 17 years old, but he knows. Bucks with 10 points don't come along every day, much less offer a shot broadside. S

WAYNEPOST.COM - 2017-11-23 14:18:34

Wayne County awarded emergency food, shelter funding

Wayne County recently received $5,072 to supplement its emergency food and shelter programs. The county was selected by a national board chaired by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency and comprised of representatives from American Red Cross, Catholic Chari

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Newark DAR recognizes scholarship winners

The Col. William Prescott Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Newark recently recognized the winners of its Good Citizens program and scholarship contest. The DAR Good Citizens program recognizes youth who exhibit the qualities of good citizenship in their homes, school and commu

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Lyons man accused of assaulting pregnant wife; threatening other family members

A Lyons man was arrested on Thursday after authorities say he assaulted his pregnant wife and then threatened other family members. According to the Wayne County Sheriff's Office, 25-year-old Jacob F. Covert punched his pregnant wife in the throat, causing her to fall to the ground. He then displaye

WHEC TV-10 - 2017-11-24 16:57:00

5 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND

1 A CAMERATA CHRISTMAS: The Finger Lakes Camerata - a 25-member choral group based at Finger Lakes Community College - will give community concerts of holiday carols on Sunday, Nov. 26 in Canandaigua and Sunday, Dec. 2, in Farmington. This Sunday's concert, titled "Go Tell Everyone," is set for 3 p.

WAYNEPOST.COM - 2017-11-24 04:40:48

Calling hours set on Saturday for brothers killed in car crash

Calling hours are Saturday from noon until 3 p.m. at the Marion Elementary School on North Main Street. On Saturday, friends and family will say goodbye to two brothers killed in a car crash: 20-year-old Taylor Christie and 16-year-old Evan Woodward died Monday night. Deputies say their car crashed

MPNNOW - 2017-11-24 16:13:12

Retiring doc looks forward to future

GENEVA - Dr. Nitin Banwar has been an orthopedic surgeon for more than 30 years, but for the past five has concentrated solely on hip and knee replacements at the Joint Center of the Finger Lakes at Geneva General Hospital. His reason is pretty straightforward - and somewhat personal. "I just like t

FINGER LAKES TIMES - 2017-11-24 21:00:00