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Town Council

Continued from last week With the resignation of Bill Crossley from his councilman position to assume the duties of mayor, the council now has an opening for a new member. Odessa residents who may be interested in serving are asked to send a letter...

 
 By Vivianne Poe    News    January 18, 2018

Meet your neighbors

Sitting here, looking out my window at the sunshine makes me think it's spring, but I know it's not true. That's okay because, so far, winter has been mild, and I know spring is just around the...

 

Harrington FFA Alums to hold dinner/auction

Harrington, WA, Tuesday, January 16, 2018 – The Harrington FFA Alumni group is excited to announce that its chapter has officially been charted at the national and state level to support the local agricultural education program and the FFA chapter...

 

Food Bank adds one hr.

Beginning February 22, the Odessa Food Bank will be open its normal time of 1:30 to 3 p.m., with the addition of being open again each time from 5 to 6 p.m. to give those who cannot make the earlier time an opportunity to stop in....

 

The Year in Review

June Unable to come to an agreement regarding the sharing of expenses and various other issues between the Odessa and Harrington school districts, dissolution of the joint athletic cooperative that...

 

Editorial

The staff of The Odessa Record would like to thank our readers for their loyalty over the past year, their patience in dealing with late papers now and then and the many kind words and compliments from so many of you. Although we sometimes feel that...

 

Letter to the Editor: Look in the mirror, says letter writer to GOP pols

To the Editor: Can anyone explain President Trump’s and the Republicans’ hostile positions on immigration? Several of our country’s leaders have/had foreign-born wives, think Trump (Czechoslovakia, Slovenia), McConnell (China), Mnuchin (Scotlan...

 

Welcome to My Kitchen

Cold, damp weather, plus cold and flu season is here, but still we have to eat. Chicken soup is good for what ails you, or if you are one of the rare, lucky ones who have skipped the bugs this year,...

 

Special district-wide election Feb. 8

A petition by qualified district landowners has been filed and accepted by the East Columbia Basin Irrigation District (ECBID) Board to determine whether landowners of the ECBID would like to increase the number of Directors on the District’s...

 

Janice Carol (Floether) Wasson

Janice Floether Wasson died January 10, 2018 in Spokane at the age of 68. She was born November 19, 1949, in Spokane to Otto and Emma Floether. Janice enjoyed listening to Elvis Presley. Janice is...

 

HS girls basketball

Wellpinit On January 9, the Tiger girls lost to Wellpinit in a game played in Odessa. Odessa 7 11 4 15     37 Wellpinit 17 22 14 14     67 Maddy Wagner scored 15 points...

 

Trapshooting: Week two

Shooting continued on January 14 in the Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition, sponsored by the Spokesman Review newspaper of Spokane. The Marlin and Odessa clubs combine their scores for the purposes of the competition. Marlin Gun Club This weeks...

 

HS boys basketball

Wellpinit On January 9, the Tiger boys faced Wellpinit at home in Odessa, getting the win by a 20-point margin. Odessa 20 14 14 14     62 Wellpinit 9 10 9 14     42 Ryan...

 

Harrington news

Opera House Society The Harrington Opera House Society met January 8, with Pres. Linda Wagner, Carol, Ed and Bunny Haugan, Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Cherie MacClellan, Karen Robertson, Gordon and Billie Herron and Heather Slack present. Sensors have...

 

This Week in Odessa History

100 Years Ago The Odessa Record January 18, 1918 Federal Reserve Bank for Odessa: The Farmers and Merchants Bank has just received notification that it has been admitted to membership in the Federal...

 

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 possible...

 
 By Tom Dent    News    January 18, 2018

Dent provides legislative update

Dear friends and neighbors, On Monday, the gavel fell to start the 2018 legislative session. Each session, walking into the Capitol Building is humbling. It gives me pause and provides me the opportunity to reflect on how fortunate I am to represent...

 

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