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Articles from the September 7, 2017 edition

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Fire destroys buildings at Frederick place

A hot, smoky day became even hotter and smokier on Monday as several buildings at a farmstead south of Odessa went up in flames. When firefighters arrived at the scene, the buildings were already...

 

Town Council

The town council met August 28 in the public library. Diana Finkbeiner, representing Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center, requested use of the Old Town Hall for a six-week class on self-management of...

 

Regional wildfires affect air quality in E. Wash.

SPOKANE, Wash.-- Air quality continues to be impacted by regional wildfires and air pollution can intermittently be hazardous for all. Spokane Regional Health District and Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency are urging residents to take precautions to...

 

Partial LC Fair results; more results next week

A partial listing of the awards won by area residents at the Lincoln County Fair follows below. The results of the livestock judging will be provided in next week's paper. In the Open/Adult...

 

Irrigation season is to end October 23

The East Columbia Basin Irrigation District has announced that the 2017 irrigation season will end for all East Columbia Basin Irrigation District deliveries on Monday, October 23, 2017. The final day for delivery changes will be Friday, October 20....

 

Welcome to My Kitchen

School is in session and the school lunch dilemma has come to the fore. Some kids will eat anything provided, and others have extremely discriminating tastes. Parents pack a nice, well balanced lunch...

 

Meet your neighbor

As summer is winding down and we are headed toward fall, I notice the summer flowers slowly fading and the fall flowers starting their entry into the wonderful world of beauty. Along the pathway, I al...

 

This Week in Odessa History

100 Years Ago The Odessa Record September 7, 1917 Council proceedings. Council met in regular session Monday, September 3, 1917, at the town hall at eight p.m. Present Councilmen Schoonover, Michaelsen, Weber and Smith, Marshall Jenks, Clerk Nevins,...

 

Tiger girls take three of four at Gorilla Classic

The girls volleyball team traveled to Davenport Saturday to compete in the Gorilla Classic Volleyball Tournament, a neutral tournament with Almira-Coulee/Hartline, Davenport, Yakama Nation Tribal School and Medical Lake participating. In the first...

 

Wild Pony Races an event at Davenport's LC fair

Sam Schneider and Jakin Griffin, both of Davenport and Tucker Walter of Odessa participated in Lincoln County Fair's Wild Pony Races. These young men were sponsored by Basin Tree Services. The owners...

 

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...

 

Harrington news

Harrington Chamber The members of the Harrington Chamber of Commerce have been busy preparing for a successful Harrington Fall Festival and have endeavored to work in conjunction with other organizations toward that goal. Their officers are:...

 

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