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More Fest to savor til next year

More Fest to savor til next year

Cont. from last week Although Saturday morning's weather was a bit of a downer for the folks in the parade, as well as for those watching, the event went on as scheduled, and the spectators took...

Harrington news

Mystery Don't you just love it when you can't trust your own eyes? Now you don't see them, and suddenly...when did that Linda Colbert sneak out there and place all of those straw bales and fall...

What's happening at the Opera House?

A Celebration and Dedication Gala is slated for this Saturday, October 1, 2016 from 4 to 6 p.m. by the Harrington Opera House Society. The public is invited to this special event to showcase the accomplishments of several long-term goals of the...

FAFSA federal student aid deadline changes to fall

As with everything in life, we often have to throw out the old way and start new. Starting October 1, the filing date for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will open for students who will be enrolling in college during the...

NAPA to change hands

Brothers Frank and Marcus Horak have announced that Odessa Auto Parts, also known to Odessa residents as the “NAPA Store,” is in the process of being sold to the group that owns the NAPA franchise in Davenport. The brothers hope that the...

State horseshoes meet in Odessa on October 1

The Odessa Horseshoes Club is hosting a state-sanctioned tournament this Saturday, October 1, at their Finney Field horseshoe pits. This tournament is called the Odessa Open, and the current state...

WSU receives USDA grants for agricultural innovation

Washington State University has been awarded two grants for a total of nearly $916,000 in funding through the Conservation Innovation Grants program administered by the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack...

Ask Dr. Universe

Why do leaves change color? –Lucy, 5, Seattle, WA. Dear Lucy, Ever since I was a kitten, I’ve loved picking up big maple leaves in the fall. I’d take them home, put them under a piece of paper, and rub the side of a crayon over the top. It...

Virgil Frank Totusek

Virgil Totusek passed away September 19, 2016, in Odessa at the age of 83. He was born May 21, 1933, on the family farm, to Frank and Ruby (Hoover) Totusek. He was a member of the Marlin Presbyterian Church. Virgil was an avid horseshoe player,...

C. Smith seeks cuckoo clocks for collection

Former Odessa resident Colby Smith, son of Don and Mavis Smith, is now a resident of California. He called us last week with a request. He is a collector of cuckoo clocks, which he buys, restores and repairs the clocks for his private collection is...

High school volleyball team loses to ACH, 3-1

The Titan high school volleyball team met a powerful Almira/Coulee-Hartline team on September 20. With a 4-0 record in both league and overall play, ACH looks like the team to beat again this year. The Titans lost their first matchup with ACH three...

School to hold open house on October 5

The staff of P.C. Jantz Elementary and Odessa Junior High and High School invites the public to an Open House on Wednesday, October 5, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. This event will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room and end in the...

Odessa High recognized as School of Distinction

Odessa High School will be celebrated as a School of Distinction for sustained improvement in English language arts and math over a five-year period. Odessa will be recognized at the ESD 101 in Spokane on Friday, October 21, at 10 a.m. Odessa High...

O-H Titan sports

The Titan high school football team punished the Selkirk Rangers by 70 points before sending them back home from the Harrington Fall Festival last Friday. The final score of the non-league game was...

Positive messages for 2-0 junior-high Titans

The junior-high Titan football team has had a great start to the 8-man football season with a 2-0 record so far. Their first game was a 14-point win against ACH with a final score of 27-13. Then following that with a 47 point win against Entiat,...

WIAA revises format for basketball tournaments

RENTON, Wash. – The WIAA has announced that its executive board voted to implement a change in format to the boys and girls state basketball tournament, while also voting to uphold the sanctions imposed by the SeaKing District 2 board on Bellevue...

Court Report

Sheriff's 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...

 
 
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