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Thursday, May 5, 2016

Arrest made in fatal shooting late Monday night • Peninsula students learn the rules of the road • No injuries after private plane crashes near Warden • Quincy Council OKs additional $75K for Heritage Barn • Crescent Bar changes prompt conversation • Help the hungry during post office food drive on May 14 • K.J. Wright's visit to Moses Lake no coincidence • NOWA conference informative • Moss goes the distance, Ephrata beats Quincy in district opener 4-2

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Ephrata man killed in shooting in Moses Lake • Heroin use may be on the rise in Grant County • 'Bird Friendly Day' Saturday at museum, library • BBCC's Mohrbacher named president of Centralia College • Gubernatorial candidate headlines Republican women's meeting • Moses Lake Farmers Market opens Saturday • AstaReal drops association to focus on research • New exhibit opens Friday at Moses Lake Museum • 5 Big Bend sophomores sign NLI • Warden takes two from White Swan • Moses Lake routs West Valley, pulls within one win of CBBN title

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Granco Credit Union opens doors in Moses Lake • Wildfire conditions expected to improve from last year • BBCC partners with local agencies for substance abuse education • Chief Moses subject of museum lecture • 2 hurt in collision near Quincy • 3 injured in accident near Othello • Try adding crab to fajitas, dip and potatoes • $9,000 in equipment, tools stolen from business • Man charged after stolen cards found under soles of shoes • Ask the Addict: Why do people seem addicted without first having pain • Former MLHS star signs with WSU

Monday, May 2, 2016

Samaritan, Confluence affiliation talks still ongoing • Doing the Wright thing: Seahawks' K.J. Wright enjoys being role model • Former fire chief announces bid for county commissioner • Gubernatorial candidate visits Wanapum Dam • Elementary schools team up for STEM night • Ellie Thyssen named Warden Distinguished Young Woman • Pals Club shows off talents • Senior farmers market vouchers to be distributed • BBCC to host Latino Education Fair • Moses Lake boys soccer takes down Davis 2-1 • Othello sweeps Quincy 23-0, 17-0 • Ephrata baseball team sweeps Quincy • Big Bend baseball splits with Treasure Valley

Friday, April 29, 2016

Council may standardize the look of commercial buildings • Safe haven: New Hope making a difference with domestic violence, sexual assault victims • Grant PUD claims Sunland homeowner agreement null and void • Royal superintendent placed on administrative leave • Moses Lake HS FFA plant sale Friday, Saturday • Stolen items reportedly found in man's shoes • 4 people injured in head-on collision in Ephrata • Wiggle Butt Sitters provides service with a smile and a wag • BBCC to host Health Care Studies Fair • Man sentenced for threatening repo agent with BB gun • Columbia Basin All Senior Picnic returns to Moses Lake June 22nd • Bits and Pieces: History can be an interesting subject • 2 choices for the focus of our faith • Is there a God? Can the Bible be trusted? • Lady Chiefs put on solid showing at home • Quincy holds off Othello in CWAC soccer match • Fresh News from MarDon • Dave Graybill: The Fishin' Magician • Results of the opening day of lowland lake fishing