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Harrington news

January 14, Mayor Paul Gilliland opened the Harrington City Council meeting with City Clerk Bunny Haugan, Scott McGowan and four councilmen present: Peter Davenport, Rick Becker, Levi Schenk and Michael Cronrath. In addition, visitors included...

K-12 focus of 2015 legislative debates

WNPA Olympia News Bureau Washington’s lawmakers have opened this year’s legislative session amid predictions of a long and contentious debate focused on budget and tax votes for the K-12 education system. Lawmakers are confronted with a...

Engagement announced

Mr. and Mrs. Forey Walter (Barb Gudgel) of Spokane and formerly of Odessa announce the engagement of their daughter Kacie Leigh to Noah Jackson. Kacie is a third grade teacher in Bellingham,...

Harrington history

Twenty-five animal heads and furs have been on display in the Harrington Public Library since June of 1973. The late Louis Schutz was a Harrington farmer who enjoyed game hunting when he was not busy keeping his farming operations going. He began...

Wine industry announces 2015 scholarship offerings

The Washington Wine Industry Foundation is offering over $30,000 in scholarships for undergraduate and post-graduate students studying viticulture, enology or related disciplines. All applications are due March 15 with awards for the 2015-2016...

Year in Review

August Two incoming Odessa High School sophomores, Brad Johnston and Chance Messer got a chance to play in Italy with the Northwest Elite baseball organization. Players were chosen for the opportunity based on the ability on the baseball field and...

Michaelson's latest work now on sale

David Michaelson of Harrington has finished and published his fourth science fiction novel set in today’s time frame but from the viewpoint of the aliens. HARVESTERS is available, along with Michaelson’s 16 other titles at the Davenport offices...

Rock Doc

As you watch the falling snow, do you marvel at the beauty of the scene or immediately dread driving to work on icy pavement? Most of our nation’s roads get at least some snow most years, and that...

This Week in Odessa History

Immigration to area encouraged in 1915 100 years ago From The Odessa Record January 21, 1915 The immigration campaign started last July by the Spokane chamber of commerce has now reached a point where it is certain that hundreds of farmers and...

Edith M. Roloff

Edith M. Roloff passed away on December 7, 2014 in Moses Lake and was a longtime resident of Odessa. Edith was born on February 1, 1927 in Lincoln, Wash. to Ora and Elizabeth Reister. Edith attended school at Wilbur and graduated from Wilbur High...

OMHC board asking increase in levy amount

Several recent community meetings in Odessa have addressed the financial situation at the Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center. The hospital’s board of commissioners voted to increase the requested levy amount for maintenance and operations by one...

Chamber members hear appeal

The Odessa Chamber of Commerce held its first meeting of 2015 on Tuesday, January 13, at Any Occasion Banquet Hall. A good-sized crowd was on hand for the meeting at which Odessa’s hospital administrator Mo Sheldon gave a presentation on the...

Odessa students at Cheney named to EWU Dean's List

Seven graduates of Odessa High School have been named to the Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University in Cheney. Mariah Davison, Lexi Watkins, Jacob Dewulf, Charlie Moffet, Koralynne Kuch, Justin Hunt and Carley Williams, all of Odessa, were...

Lois Hubbard voted mayor pro tem

The Odessa Town Council voted for Lois Hubbard as the mayor pro tem for the next six months. The mayor pro tem takes over running of the council meetings in the absence of the mayor. The town continues to struggle to maintain and operate all of its...

Odessa Senior Menu

THURSDAY, JANUARY 15: Baked fish, Tater Tots, green bean casserole, coleslaw, Mandarin oranges, ww roll frosted cake. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21: Pot roast with gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, tossed green salad, spicy apples, ww roll, Jell-O with...

Calendar of Events

01/15 Twelve Step Program - Odessa group meeting @ Heritage Church basement, 7- 8 p.m., Odessa Community Closet @ Zion Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. 01/16 Girls basketball @ 6 p.m. Boys basketball @ 7:30 p.m. Location Cusick. 01/17...

The Weather

High Low Prec. S Jan. 08 44 30 .00 Jan. 09 35 22 .00 Jan. 10 32 23 T Jan. 11 33 29 .00 Jan. 12 35 29 .00 Jan. 13 40 24 .00 Jan. 14 27 10 .00 Yearly total to date .13 inches. Snow accumulation: .93 inches to...

Odessa Grain

The latest cash grain market here shows Soft White Wheat down at $5.63. Hard Red Winter is down at $5.84. DNS is down at $7.21. Barley is down at...

Marlin Gun Club Results

Week three for the Marlin Gun Club yielded these results: No one shot 25. Twenty-fours were Dan Asker and Mark Iksic. Shooting 23s were MacKenzie Beemis, Dave Pelham, Dave Lang, Doug Brashear and Mark Edwins. Michael French, Dylan Heer, Ken...

Birthdays and Anniversaries

Birthdays for January 22: Mandy Lewis, Lindsy Starkel and Kodey Lobe. January 23: Ron Jantz, Brian Wolverton, Sam Schafer and LaRee Kuchenbuch. January 24: Anna Anderson, Cheryl Nichols and Nicholas Stewart. January 25: Delores Cook, Jason Goetz,...

OHS Science/Engineering Peer Choice Awards

Over the past few weeks before the winter break, Odessa High School and Junior High science students had been busy conducting independent science research entitled the Second Quarter Research Project. This project is designed to encapsulate the...

Latest boys' junior varsity games show improvement

The Titan junior varsity boys have been playing well, says JV coach Larry Weber. "They are playing better team defense and taking care of the basketball on offense. They are learning the game of...

Titan girls get one win, one loss in weekend play

Cusick The January 16 game against Cusick was an away game won by the Titan girls, 51-47. O-H 14 9 14 14 51 Cusick 17 9 12 9 47 Lanessa Simon scored 15 points to lead the Titan offense. She also had...

What's Hot

Odessa TUESDAY, January 20: Oatmeal, fruit, cinnamon toast. Waffle, sausage, OJ, fruit and veggie bar. WEDNESDAY, January 21: Pancakes, fruit. Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup, crackers, fruit and veggie bar. THURSDAY, January 22 : Toast,...

Titan boys get weekend split against Cusick and Republic

Cusick On January 16, the Titan boys traveled to Cusick for an away game. The O-H boys lost, 73-81, with three top shooters all vying for bragging rights as high scorer. Sam Schafer was the leader...

Court Report

INCIDENT LOG Editor’s note: Most items in this section reflect the starting point for response by local police and emergency agencies. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office does not release names of individuals who report possible criminal or...

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