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Amy Hunt joins council

The Odessa Town Council met Monday night to hear from the candidates for the open council position, get updated on the roadway repair and reconstruction efforts and bid a fond farewell to retiring...

 

School board

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library on Wednesday, February 22, 2018 at 6 p.m., preceded by a workshop in the district office at 5:30 p.m. to discuss facilities use and to review a district policy and...

 

Letter to the Editor: Businessman and six-year-old like movie night

To the Editor: I really enjoyed the family movie night at the Christ Lutheran Church last weekend. It was a “food-raiser” event for the local food bank, and I was able to enjoy my first movie night out with my little Tympist, age 6. I very much...

 

Letter to the Editor: Writer excoriates rep in Congress for vote record

To the Editor: I found a card the other day that said, “I Think of You Often.” I decided Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers needed to know that I think of her often, so I sent her a note: “I think of you often. I think of how you do not...

 

Sheriff's Marine 1 patrol boat reporting for duty

Sheriff Wade Magers introduces Marine 1 to our marine fleet. We were fortunate enough to acquire a new 23-foot vessel made by Life Proof Boat. Our current 1994 19-foot Almar was in tough shape and...

 

Food bank updates its current needed items list

Odessa Food Bank director Merleen Smith says the continuing support of the Food Bank by the local community is helping many low-income residents eat healthier. “We now have plenty of brown grocery bags,” she says, “but currently the items most...

 
 By Laura Estes    Community    March 1, 2018

Welcome to My Kitchen

Soup weather is still with us. Over the past year I have added several soup recipes to my collection. All have been made several times and continue to turn out well. Salmon Chowder is an easy to...

 
 By Vivanne Poe    Community    March 1, 2018

Meet your neighbors

The sunshine says warmth but if you step outside you will find that it is still on the cool side. My daffodils are about four inches tall, so they are ready for spring. I guess we will just have to wa...

 

HS boys basketball

Even after a four-hour trip to western Washington and the town of Mountlake Terrace, the Tiger were stoked Saturday, February 24, and dominated a capable team from Cedar Park Christian (whose home...

 

FBLA chapter puts on Retail Revolution fair

The Odessa High School FBLA chapter's American Enterprise Team, with the help of the school's eighth-grade class, put on a Retail Revolution fair this week. Third- through twelfth-grade students took...

 

FBLA students see result of hospital funding

The Odessa High School FBLA chapter had the privilege of touring the hospital along with Odessa Healthcare Foundation president Nancy Floether and hospital administrator Mo Sheldon. The purpose of...

 

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 Marjorie Womach    News    March 1, 2018

Harrington news

Harrington PDA The Harrington Public Development Authority met Tuesday, February 20, with the following attending: Jay Gossett, Paul Charlton, Jill Plaskon, Bunny Haugan, Heather Slack, Tim Tipton, Marge Womach and Cherie MacClellan. The final critiq...

 
 By Katie Steward    News    March 1, 2018

Harrington's FFA alums hold first dinner/auction

Harrington FFA Alumni secretary The Harrington FFA Alumni held a very successful First Annual Dinner and Auction Saturday night in the Harrington Memorial Hall to end National FFA Week. Packed into...

 

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