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Grant County's Narcotics Enforcement team recover $5,000 worth of drugs during traffic stop near Moses Lake
MOSES LAKE, Wash. — Grant County's Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team (INET) arrested two people after finding 500 fentanyl pills and two ounces of cocaine during a traffic stop on I-90 near Moses Lake. On Nov. 22 around 8 p.m., Grant County Sheriff's Office and Washington State Patrol pulled over...
NCWLIFE Evening News: Cabin Fire Investigation, Moses Lake Police Chief Sworn In, Postal Service Changes, and School Board Election Update
Tune in for the latest NCWLIFE Evening News. Discover how a heat cable may have caused a Thanksgiving Day fire, learn about leadership changes in Moses Lake, and get updates on the proposed changes to local mail handling. Plus, get the latest on the Wachi school board elections.
Crafted heritage: Traditional handcrafts at center of bazaar at Wanapum Heritage Center
PRIEST RAPIDS DAM — Emilee Maurice unwound her string and laid the dried stalks of the tule reed in a neat row. “This will be a table mat,” she said, as she began looping string around each reed. The tule reed, also known as the bulrush, was —...
Five Injured In Single Car Crash On Icy Road Near Othello
Five people have injuries from a single car crash on State Route 26 west of Othello late Saturday night. A 2007 Hyundai Elantra driven by 21-year-old Benqi Zhang of Moscow, Idaho was eastbound about four miles west of Othello when troopers say he lost control on the icy roadway, crossed into the westbound lane, left the roadway and rolled, landing in a westbound ditch.
Creative District Survey Results Guide Future Plans: New Community Calendar and Public Meeting in January
A community survey was recently conducted in the Creative District, with 132 participants. The survey aimed to identify community values such as environment and sustainability, public safety, and creative economy development. The results will be used to guide the district's development plans.
BBCC wrestlers likely to place well this season, anchored by strong performances by Lucas and Rodriguez
MOSES LAKE — After having only one athlete place the weekend prior, BBCC wrestlers hoped to up their play as they hosted their one and only tournament in the Big Bend Scramble on Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Devries Activity Center. The tournament had massive ramifications for the Vikings...
Moses Lake officials ask port to take over municipal airport
MOSES LAKE — Port of Moses Lake commissioners have asked for more information before deciding whether or not to accept a proposal from Moses Lake city officials to assume ownership of the Moses Lake Municipal Airport. Moses Lake City Manager Kevin Fuhr requested that the port take over the municipal airport at a commission meeting Monday.
GCSO warns residents to be wary of scams
EPHRATA — The Grant County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to beware of phone and online scams. With the holidays approaching, scammers usually increase their efforts to defraud the public. The Sheriff’s Office listed four signs that a phone call or email is from a scammer:. 1....
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in moses lake, WA
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around moses lake.
Fuel spills in tanker truck rollover near Othello
OTHELLO - Early Sunday morning, a major incident occurred on State Route 17, north of Othello, when a semi-truck hauling double tankers full of fuel overturned, causing a significant fuel spill. Fortunately, there have been no serious injuries reported in the accident at this time. The truck, which was carrying...
Weekly Safety Report: Arrests Made in Homicide Investigation and DUI Suspect Apprehended near Moses Lake Golf Course
The Moses Lake Police Department (MLPD) has made arrests in the investigation of a drive-by shooting on November 12 that resulted in the death of one man and multiple injuries. Additionally, a DUI suspect was apprehended after a high-speed chase near the Moses Lake golf course.
Grant County Fairgrounds sees increasing equestrian events
MOSES LAKE — There’s a lot going on at the Grant County Fairgrounds. There’s the annual fair, of course, and assorted festivals, trade shows, fundraisers and private parties, just like any fairgrounds hosts. But in recent years the fairgrounds in Moses Lake have stood out front and center as the most popular venue for equine events in the state.
Research shows domestic violence increases during the holiday season
SPOKANE, Wash. — While the holiday season brings lots of joy, it is also a leading cause of domestic violence. Domestic abuse increases in some households during this busy time, especially in places with a history of abuse. According to Connections for Abused Women and their Children (CAWC), one...
Stage 1 Burn Ban in Chelan, Douglas & Other Eastern WA Counties
Air quality burn bans imposed in much of Eastern WA at 5pm Nov. 27th. A strong inversion has prompted the Washington Department of Ecology to impose a burn ban restricting certain types of burning. The National Weather Service has issued an Air Stagnation Advisory through 11:00 A.M. Thursday, Nov. 30th...
Experience Authentic America: Five Must-Try Traditional Dishes in Moses Lake
In this article, we explore five traditional American dishes that you can find in Moses Lake. Have you had the chance to taste any of these culinary delights? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Marlin or Krupp: The Dual Identity of a Washington Town
In the heart of Grant County, Washington, sits a town with a quiet but compelling history. Officially recognized as Krupp, its heart beats to the name of Marlin, a dual identity born from the turbulent times of World War I. When anti-German sentiment swept through America, this small enclave sought to sever its ties with its German-sounding name, shared with a notorious munitions factory. In a patriotic wave, the town was renamed Marlin in 1918, after an early setteller, distancing itself from the enemy's image.
Weekly Safety Report: Cockfighting, Thefts, Homicide, DUI Chases, and Fatal Crash in Grant County, Washington
This week in Grant County, Washington, several incidents occurred that required law enforcement intervention. These incidents include the discovery of an illegal cockfighting operation during a drug search warrant, a deputy thwarting a theft in rural Quincy, arrests made in connection with a drive-by shooting that resulted in a fatality, a high-speed chase involving a DUI suspect near Ephrata, a fatal rollover crash, and another DUI suspect apprehended after a high-speed chase near a golf course in Moses Lake.
The gas price fluctuate between $3.98 and $4.99 in Moses Lake as of 2023-11-25. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Saturday is $3.259, a week ago the price is $3.320 , according to AAA.
Warden receives ARPA funds from Grant Co.
WARDEN — The city of Warden recently received $656,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funding from the Grant County Board of Commissioners to address the city’s aging booster pump station, according to Warden City Administrator Kriss Shuler. The city found out in September it had been denied funding...
Weekly Safety Report: Deputy Thwarts Theft and New Officers Sworn in Quincy, Washington
This week in Quincy, Washington, a Grant County Deputy thwarted a theft during a routine patrol. The deputy noticed a suspicious vehicle towing a trailer with improper lighting and a large propane tank. Upon conducting a traffic stop, the driver was apprehended. Additionally, two new officers were sworn in at the Quincy Police Department, and Officer Sal Mancini was recognized for his 20 years of service.