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Ladies Night Out showcases entrepreneurs

On Friday, March 11, the Odessa Friends of the Pool will hold their ninth annual Ladies Night Out at the community center from 6 to 9 p.m. The event features primarily home-based businesses and independent contractors selling products. Vendors...

 

Autism workshop at local public library March 19

The Odessa Friends of the Library are sponsoring a workshop on “Autism: Transitioning into Adulthood” by Dr. Steve Becker on Saturday, March 19, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Odessa Public Library, 21 E First Ave. Some of the subtopics covered...

 

Town Council

At its most recent meeting, the Odessa Town Council ratified the composition of the standing committees recommended by Mayor Lois Hubbard. The committees are used to enhance communication and coordination of issues before they are presented to the...

 

Desert 100 only weeks away

The Odessa Chamber of Commerce is seeking community help in setting up and manning the hospitality tent at the site of the Desert 100 which will soon be upon us. This year the race will be held the first weekend in April, with poker runs and youth...

 

Dem's caucus of 3/26 to be in school cafeteria

Steve Siegel of Odessa has established a Democratic caucus site in Odessa for the March 26 statewide Democratic caucuses. Even without a local county Democratic party organization, Democrats in Lincoln County can have their voices heard by the...

 

Income surveys due Tuesday, March 15

The income survey sent out to every household in the Town of Odessa recently is to be turned in to the Lincoln County Economic Development Council by next Tuesday’s deadline. The importance of providing this information confidentially to the...

 

Guest editorial

Once again, our local elected representatives gathered under the great marble dome of the Capitol in Olympia and once again they were greeted by dozens of lobbyists from public agencies or the nonprofit lobby groups for public agencies, all of them...

 

"Big Fish" auditions to be held in Davenport

Davenport Theatrical will hold auditions for the musical “Big Fish” on March 18 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Davenport High School Auditorium. Adults of all ages (16+) and genders are needed to fill 10 roles. Auditionees will be taught a song by...

 

Kissler continues quest for phase 2 of program

Now in its 10th year, the Washington Aerospace Scholars program is pleased to announce that Cole Kissler from Odessa High School is participating in Phase One of the 2015-16 program cycle. The program is designed to connect high school juniors with...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    March 10, 2016

Harrington news

Harrington Historic Preservation Commission The Harrington Historic Preservation Commission met March 1 with members Celeste Miller, Karen Allen, Aileen Sweet, Lindsey Hutsell and Anita Harman, as wel...

 

Panhandle Polecats return for encore performance

The Panhandle Polecats bluegrass band will return to Christ Lutheran Church in Odessa on March 12 at 2 p.m. for an encore performance. There is no charge to attend the performance, and the entire community is invited. The band has toured throughout...

 

Voluntary Stewardship a new conservation option

The Voluntary Stewardship Program is a new approach approved and funded by the state legislature to protect critical areas on agricultural lands within the state of Washington. Lincoln County is one of the 28 counties across the state that has opted...

 

Odessa Knowledge Bowl team qualifies for state

On Friday, March 4, Odessa High School's Knowledge Bowl team traveled to Whitworth University in Spokane to compete in this year's regional Knowledge Bowl tournament. The team placed fourth, which...

 

Track and field practice is under way for Titans

Track and field head coach Travis Schuh said the Odessa-Harrington Titan team has had a great first week of practice. The assistant coach this year is Lanae Carper. The team consists of Lanessa Simon, Casey Schlomer, John DeWulf, Shelbey Watkins,...

 

Apply for financial aid for summer, fall classes now

Now is the time to apply for financial aid if you plan to attend Big Bend Community College. The BBCC financial aid priority funding date is April 15, 2016 for students who want to attend BBCC this summer or fall. The 2016-2017 Free Application for...

 

Letter to the Editor: Overseas request for help with family tree search

I live in Gloucester, England and am researching my family, one of whom emigrated to the U.S. back in the 1890s. His name was George Cox. I have traced his American descendents to among other places, Odessa, and wonder if there are any around this...

 

Recipe Column

Many requests have come in for several cookie recipes. Peanut Butter Chocolate Toffee Crunch, brought by Shelly Hauge to a recent potluck, is a super sweet treat, especially appealing to young folks....

 

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...

 

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