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Port of Quincy spending $2.5 million on facility that will house Tacoma-based manufacturer
QUINCY - The Port of Quincy recently announced that its spending $2.5-million to bring a new manufacturer that will create as many as 40 local jobs. The Port of Quincy is spending the money on construction of a roughly 16,000-square-foot building that will house Tacoma-based Raceway Technology Inc.
Grant County K9 Officer Edo Catches Teens
K9 Edo put an end to a pursuit in Desert Aire overnight by catching two of three juveniles who took vehicle without permission. Deputy Tyson Voss and his partner Edo were sitting near the Desert Aire fire station about 1:20 this morning when they saw a vehicle run a stop sign at Thunderbird Way and
UW Marching Band parents, alumni give back to the Quincy School District following bus crash
GEORGE – The George and Quincy communities showed an outpouring of support for the University of Washington Marching Band after their bus rolled in Interstate 90 on Thanksgiving. Parents and alumni of the band are now giving back.
Video: Authorities investigating disappearance of ex-Warden woman
WOODLAND PARK, Colo. - Those who knew longtime Warden resident Kelsey Berreth are at a crossroads, they don’t know whether to mourn the missing Colorado woman or hold out hope that she’s alive and well.
Grant County Roads Get a Little Safer After Traffic Safety Grant
The Grant County Sheriff’s Office was recently awarded a substantial grant by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to build a 3-man “Traffic Safety Team”.
Ephrata and Quincy Firefighters Collect Food
The Ephrata Fire Department food drive Wednesday and Thursday night will collect food with fire trucks in area neighborhoods collecting non-perishable items for a local food bank. It’s the fifth annual food drive where residents can look for the flashing lights, listen for the sirens and then meet t
K9 Edo helps nab two of three teenagers after pursuit near Desert Aire
DESERT AIRE – Grant County K9 Edo helped put an end to a pursuit early Tuesday morning near Desert Aire allegedly involving three juveniles. Deputy Tyson Voss and Edo were sitting near the Desert Aire fire station about 1:20 a.m. when they Voss noticed a vehicle run a stop sign at Thunderbird Way an
Grant County Sheriff Appoints Chief Deputy Rectenwald As New Undersheriff
Grant County Sheriff Tom Jones has appointed a new Undersheriff after the retirement of Dave Ponozzo this week. Jones says Undersheriff Ponozzo meant a lot to the community.
Jonathan Torres to undergo competency evaluation
ROYAL CITY – A judge has ordered Jonathan Torres, accused of fatally shooting his own father, to undergo a competency evaluation. Torres, 21, remains held on $1 million bail on charges of first-degree murder, second-degree murder, unlawful possession of a firearm in the first degree, attempted unlaw
Inmate allegedly assaults corrections deputy, tries to take gun during Tuesday court hearing
EPHRATA – Alejandro Rodriguez, accused of opening fire on police near Soap Lake Aug. 19, allegedly assaulted a corrections deputy and attempted to take his gun during a court hearing Tuesday morning.
Driver killed in collision with semi-truck on SR 26 near Royal City
ROYAL CITY – One person was killed when a car and semi-truck collided Monday evening on state Route 26 about 10 miles east of Royal City. State troopers say a passenger car crossed the centerline and collided with the semi-truck on SR 26, near Road B Southeast.
Fatal crash blocks State Route 26 east of Royal City
GRANT COUNTY, Wash. - A fatal crash between a car and semi truck has fully blocked State Route 26, about 10 miles east of Royal City. According to Washington State Patrol, initial reports indicate at least one person was ejected. The scene is near milepost 27, those traveling in the area are advised
Ephrata Reminding Residents About Snow Protocols
With our first snow on the ground, and more on the way tonight, the City wants to remind everyone about the community’s snow removal policy. The snow that we receive each winter affects us all.
Driver allegedly flees from Moses Lake police early Sunday morning
MOSES LAKE – A man is accused of fleeing from Moses Lake police after an attempted traffic at Taco Bell. An officer attempted to stop David Maybee, 19, for driving without headlights at about 1:15 a.m. Sunday on North Stratford Road. Police say Maybee continued into the Taco Bell parking lot and the
Family, Friends, Community Say Goodbye to Sgt. Leandro Jasso
There was no shortage of mourners at the funeral for Sgt. Leandro Jasso Sunday. The funeral procession began in East Wenatchee and ended at a packed Cascade High School gym in Leavenworth. Along the way hundreds of people lined the route to pay their last respects; waving flags, saluting, or simply
13-year-old boy leads police on 100 mph chase
QUINCY, Wash. - A 13-year-old boy led authorities on a high-speed chase Sunday night in Grant County.
Prep results for Thursday, Nov. 29
182: Mikey Madrigales (W) d. Hunter Harrington, 14-11 285: Miguel Martinez (Q) p. Salvador Zaragoza, 2:46. Individual winner: Christian Ruiz, Eastmont, 105.30; Kameron Kissel, Eastmont, 105.30. Top locals: 7, Gavin Bingham, 58.30; 7, Jace Truman, 58:30.
Man walks away from rollover crash on I-90 near Moses Lake
EPHRATA - State troopers appeared surprised about a Spokane Valley man who walked away from a rollover crash on I-90 near Moses Lake Friday afternoon. Just after 3 p.m., State Trooper John Bryant says 38-year-old Jeff Beaulac of Spokane Valley was traveling westbound when he wasn’t paying attention
East Wenatchee man arrested on forgery charges
After a weeks-long, multi-agency investigation by regional law enforcement officials, and East Wenatchee man has been arrested on multiple charges, including forgery and attempted theft.
Two arrested in Wednesday morning drug bust in Moses Lake
MOSES LAKE – Two people are in jail following a drug bust Wednesday at a home in Moses Lake. A search warrant was served at a home at 1133 E. Hill Ave. as part of a several months-long investigation by the Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team, according to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office.