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Articles from the July 28, 2016 edition

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 By Linda Goodman    News    July 28, 2016

Meet your neighbors

This week The Record begins an occasional series on newcomers to Odessa. Anyone who would like to share their stories and introduce themselves to the community is welcome to call or come by The Record...

 

Odessa Foods celebrates five-year anniversary

It's hard to believe, but Odessa Foods has been under new ownership now for the past five years. In celebration, store owners Bob and Bonnie Dewey brought their large outdoor barbecue and set it up...

 

Town Council

The Odessa Town Council met Monday evening in the public library to discuss the town’s business. Council member Terry Goetz reported on the history of Odessa’s downtown trees. Recent discussions...

 

Ann Eliza Kramer Kerr

Ann Kerr, 99, was born to Michael Kramer and Elizabeth (Griffith Kramer) Lewellen in the family's farmhouse outside of Downs on May 11, 1917 and passed away from a stroke on July 23, 2016 at Providenc...

 

Gilbert White

Gilbert LeRoy White, age 82, passed away in Ritzville on July 17, 2016, after an extended battle with dementia and shortly after an apparent stroke. Gilbert was born in 1934 to Anna and Robert White...

 

Herman W. Schmierer

Herman W. Schmierer was born June 18, 1921 in Odessa to Edward and Helen (Link) Schmierer. He was a lifetime resident of the Odessa area where he was a farmer/rancher. He married Rosemarie Klima on...

 

Ritzville bowling alley has reopened; has new owner

Bob Seipp is the new manager and owner of Bob’s Big Bend Bowl in Ritzville. The restaurant and lanes are now open for business. Seipp helped install the lanes that had been moved from Rosalia when the business first opened in Ritzville several...

 

Farmers may get loan deficiency payments

Davenport, Wash., July 18, 2016 – Current low prices mean Washington’s grain farmers may be eligible for a price support program available through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency. Farmers need to sign a form at their lo...

 

Curriculum Advisory Committee to meet

The Odessa School District Curriculum Advisory Committee will meet at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, August 16, in the district office. Interested parents and community members may attend meetings or preview materials that have been submitted for adoption....

 

Rabid bats, exposures prompt health advisory

SPOKANE, Wash. – The recent identification of two rabid bats in Spokane County, with one human exposure and one exposure to a pet cat, is prompting Spokane Regional Health District officials to issue this health advisory. Individuals are reminded...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    July 28, 2016

Harrington news

Harrington Nazarene Installation On July 17, Randy Craker, district pastor, installed Pastor Cade Clarke and his wife in a “Service of Covenant and Commitment.” Noteworthy were commitments made by Pastor Cade which included, “I will establish...

 

CDL medical exams now performed at clinic here

Did you know? At the Odessa Clinic, Rich Ervin, who is our Family Nurse Practitioner, is now a Certified Department of Transportation Medical Examiner for patients who need the federal Department of Transportation (CDL) truck driving exams. How long...

 
 By Rhea Strate    News    July 28, 2016

Reunion of Kallenbergers held in Havre, Montana

Members of the Jacob Kallenberger family gathered together July 15-17, 2016 in Havre, Mont. These reunions started in 1989 and are held every three years. The 2016 gathering was held in Havre with approximately 52 family members present. Three fun...

 

Letter to the Editor: We are not a country that builds up walls

We in this country don’t build walls. We tear them down. As a matter of fact, we have talked other countries into tearing down their walls. So why would we even think of building a wall here in the United States? Are you going to let some fool...

 

Letter to the Editor: Think before speaking to prevent bullying ways

The article from OMHC on bullying was great. I would add one thing. Bullying is committed by all ages, not just children. Most of us learn it before pre-school, from peers and our living environment. Some of us continue it for our whole life. We are...

 

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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