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Wet enough for you?

Eastern Washington’s very wet winter and spring this year has resulted in the refilling of Pacific Lake. The upper section of the lake has now risen high enough that the water has begun to spill...

 

Washington Federal: 100 years celebrated Monday

SEATTLE – April 18, 2017 – Washington Federal celebrated its first 100 years in business on April 24, 2017. In its first century, the bank has funded the bold visions of small businesses, national...

 

Governor endorses bill from Warnick and Dent

Last Wednesday the governor signed legislation from 13th District Sen. Judy Warnick and Rep. Tom Dent that would enable irrigation districts to enter into public-private partnerships for new energy infrastructure, including hydroelectric projects....

 

Quilt Show a big part of Spring Fling's activities

Fronen Steppdecker, Odessa Quilt Club presents their 25th Annual Quilt Show this Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29. Over 190 quilts have been entered in addition to The Hoffman Fabric Challenge Trunk Show and featured  quilter Judy Main’s...

 

Letter to the Editor: Kudos to Odessa's FBLA students, advisor, helpers

To the Editor,  Kudos to the FBLA and advisor Terri King for the excellence of the FBLA’s presentations and achievements!  They all are so fortunate to live in a small, rural community that cares so much about its youth.  Whether they realize...

 

Excitement builds with live auction items

Come one, come all – to the Odessa Healthcare Foundation’s 26th Annual Wine Tasting, Microbrew Sampling & Auction on Friday, May 5, 2017, at 6:30 p.m.  Next week, many incredible donations will be available in the live auction.  Here are just a...

 

Major disaster declared for Washington state

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the State of Washington to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by...

 

Many physicians said to prefer single-payer system

Dr. Keith Paredes has seen it more times than he’d care to recall: A woman, bleeding heavily, comes to the ER. She needs an urgent surgical procedure, maybe even a blood transfusion, from a condition like untreated fibroids. She’s there because...

 

Harrington Library Board sponsors egg tower event

Harrington students spent a sunny afternoon using their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills to build egg towers using plastic eggs and Play-Doh. It is not as easy as it sounds! The builder of the tallest tower was awarded...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    April 27, 2017

Harrington news

Public Development Authority The Harrington Public Development Authority met April 11 at city hall with Paul Charlton, Allen Barth, Bunny Haugan, Margie Hall (Lincoln Co. EDC), Marge Womach, Cherie MacClellan and Heather Slack in attendance. A potent...

 

Tennis

Odessa-Harrington played Wilbur-Creston in Harrington on April 18. Danielle Tebow continued to show good form and strength, getting the only Titan win of the day. In girls’ singles, Dani Tebow of Odessa defeated Tori Debord 6-1, 6-1 and Leah...

 

Golf

The Deer Park match was cold and rainy, said head golf coach Mike Greenwood. “Those who could block out the poor weather did well.” Justin Baker was the low Titan scorer with a 91, followed closely by John Tanke with 92. Low for the girls was...

 

Baseball

ACH Dalton Kentner of ACH pitched a one-run complete game with nine strikeouts as Almira/Coulee-Hartline defeated Odessa-Harrington in game one of a doubleheader on April 18. Chance Messer pitched...

 

Area EWU students on Dean's List

The Dean’s List for the winter 2017 quarter (which ended March 24) at Eastern Washington University is released after every fall, winter and spring quarter. An undergraduate student who earns 12 quality hours and receives a GPA of 3.5 or better is...

 

FFA plant sale continues Saturday of Spring Fling

Odessa FFA members and ag shop students have been working tirelessly in the greenhouse this year. They started back in December, picking out the plant plugs and seeds to be ordered. In February the first plugs started arriving in the mail. As the...

 

Track & Field

The Quincy Invitational was held Saturday, April 22, at Quincy High School, with 16 teams participating. Competing only against one other 1B team (ACH), the Titans aquitted themselves well, with the boys  grabbing seventh place and the girls 17th....

 

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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