1. City Manager Allison Williams

    Moses Lake’s city manager has a vision for the town’s future rooted in her past

    MOSES LAKE — The youngest of seven kids and separated from her oldest sibling by 22 years, Moses Lake City Manager Allison Williams was born and raised in Walla Walla. Read on...
  2. Moses Lake Police Department logo

    A statement from police Chief Fuhr about George Floyd's death

    As a proud member of the law enforcement family for nearly 30 years, watching the events that took place in Minneapolis last week troubled me. Read on...
  3. Gov. Jay Inslee

    Inslee issues Safe Start proclamation for county approach to re-opening

    Gov. Jay Inslee issued on Sunday his Safe Start proclamation as the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order expired at 11:59 p.m. Sunday. Read on...
  4. Grant County moves to Phase 2 of the Washington state COVID-19 Safe Start Recovery Plan

    Grant County Health District was recently notified that their application was approved to move to Phase 2 of the Washington State Safe Start Recovery Plan. Read on...
  5. Applications sought to fill Planning Commission vacancy

    Applications are being accepted to fill a position on the Planning Commission. Applicants must reside in the city or own property or a business within the city limits. Read on...
  6. Museum Manager Dollie Boyd

    City welcomes new museum manager

    Dollie Boyd transitioned from managing an 1830s-era museum built of brick and wood in Greeneville, Tenn. to the modern Moses Lake Museum & Art Center constructed in 2011. Read on...
  7. POSTPONED: Watermain replacement work fromJune 1-3 at Valley/Stratford roads, Stratford/Mart roads

    POSTPONED: Here the details for planned watermain replacement work from June 1-3 at Valley/Stratford roads and Stratford/Mart roads. Read on...
  8. Valley Road water main replacement begins Tuesday, May 19

    One lane of traffic will be open each direction during the Valley Road water main replacement project from Tuesday, May 19 to about Tuesday, June 2. Please allow extra traveling time. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Read on...
  9. UPDATE: City Skate Park open, park playgrounds restrooms remain closed

    UPDATE: CIty Skate Park reopened, park playgrounds, restrooms remain closed. ORIGINAL VERSION: MOSES LAKE — All City of Moses Lake park playgrounds, restrooms and the Skate Park are closed until further notice to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Read on...
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