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Lind Station looks back on century of challenges

LIND, Wash. –The 100-year anniversary of the Washington State University Dryland Research Station will be celebrated at the Lind Field Day, Thursday, June 11. The centennial event is held at the...

 

State tournament results

Tennis Katie DeWulf, the sole member of the O-H tennis team to qualify for the state tournament, went to the Yakima Tennis Club last weekend. She won her first match against Jasmine Nesbitt of King’s Way Christian, 6-7, 6-3 (after which Nesbitt wit...

 

Year end hectic for students, teachers, administrators

The Odessa School Board met May 27 in the high school library. Three students taking the Advanced Science Research class each presented a brief description of the work they performed this school year. Johnathon Brightwell described his research on...

 

Dr. Universe

Asked by Ms. Flores and her fourth grade students in East Alton, Ill. Dear Ms. Flores and 4th graders, There’s wind in the Alton, Illinois, forecast this week, so it’s prime time for an answer. In fact, it looks like there’s wind all around...

 

Six ways to end the opioids crisis

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton only recently announced her bid for office in 2016, she has already declared a few important issues on her presidential agenda, including the ever-important opioid crisis in the United States. In order to work...

 

This Week in Odessa History

100 years ago From The Odessa Record June 4, 1915 Odessa’s two-day celebration to be held on July 2nd and 3rd this yeaer will eclipse all former attempts along the celebration line in this town. A sum of nearly $1,000 was set aside, and of this...

 

Piano students perform at Opera House

Six Harrington Opera House piano students of Rebecca Hardy and Heather Safe performed Saturday afternoon at the Harrington Church of the Nazarene, since the opera house auditorium floor had not cured sufficiently for use. The program was initiated wi...

 

Interest sought for BLM's Resources Advisory Council

The Bureau of Land Management Spokane District is seeking nominations for several positionsbeing vacated on its 15-member Eastern Washington Resource Advisory Council (EWRAC) which advises the BLM on public land issues. As published in a notice in...

 

2nd Wednesday 4H will feature Connolly's new book

Lincoln County 4-H alumna, Jillian Connolly, and her new book, "A Horse Named Sugar" will be featured at "2nd Wednesday 4-H" on June 10 at the WSU Extension Office, 205 W Main Ave in Ritzville....

 
 By LAURA ESTES    Opinion    June 4, 2015

Welcome to my Kitchen

Graduation parties, reunion picnics and family barbeques can fill a June calendar quickly. Salads are on the menu, and all are ideal for summer dining events. Twist Tuna Salad, from the collection of...

 

'Carol's Korner' owner retiring

Carol Green styles the hair of Wilma Schmidt on Greene's final day of work in her shop, Carol's Korner. She is now retired and she and her husband Dick are moving to Spokane....

 

O-H athletes compete in tennis, track and field and state tournaments

Tennis Katie DeWulf, the sole member of the O-H tennis team to qualify for the state tournament, went to the Yakima Tennis Club last weekend. She won her first match against Jasmine Nesbitt of King's...

 

Titan Pride

Titan Pride winners for the month of May, back row; Douglas Anderson, Paul Sheldon, Steven Molsbee, Trenadee Zyph, Nathan Melcher. Third row; Jade Maddock, Destiny Wiles, Alysia Chavez. Second row;...

 

Court 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 criminal or...

 

Class of 2015

Graduates Future Plans Paige Alloway Eastern Washington University Steven Braun Jack Stewart Lineman School Braxton Estep Workforce Nicholas Kuest Workforce Trevor King Central Washington University Dakota Largent Big Bend Community College Tyler...

 

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