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Articles from the September 28, 2017 edition

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Mennonite Auction

What has gotten people traipsing out into the country to the Mennonite Country Auction the first Saturday in October for 40 years? Held at Menno Mennonite Church halfway between Moses Lake and Ritzville (1378 N. Damon Road, Ritzville), the Mennonite...

 

Wash. Masonic Charities presentation

Washington Masonic Charities, at the request of Odessa’s Masonic Lodge members, presented a seminar on facing the challenges of aging. Two representatives of WA Masonic Charities, Jen Taylor and...

 

Corrections

The second annual Tim Hauge Memorial Talent Show was held at Deutschesfest this year (not the first as reported incorrectly last week). The September 7, 2017 story about a rural fire that burned several buildings on a farmstead but spared the home...

 

School enrollment up; good start to 2017-18 academic year

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library Wednesday, September 20. Present were Ed Deife, Heather Valverde, Chris Crossley, Janie Steward, Carmen Weishaar, s...

 

Letter to the Editor: Letter writer objects to second-class treatment

To the Editor: I was a cheerleader all throughout high school here in Odessa. When I was a freshman, we cheerleaders were allowed to ride the bus with the football players to all the out-of-town games. Over the years since my freshman year of high sc...

 

Area hiring issues are subject of county survey

(Davenport, WA, Sept. 22, 2017) Employers in Lincoln County are finding it increasingly difficult to fill open positions within their businesses and organizations, adding to the challenges already at play in the rural business arena. The Lincoln...

 

Sheriff gets incident command equipment

The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office has purchased a new incident command trailer, F250 crew cab pickup and John Deere Gator vehicle. The equipment was purchased using grant funds awarded to Lincoln...

 

"Excellence in Ag Award" nominations now open

The AgriBusiness Council of Greater Spokane Incorporated in partnership with Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum will recognize individuals and groups with the 5th Annual Excellence in Agriculture Award. The award is presented at the...

 

Tiger sports

Football Playing in Odessa last Friday evening, the OHS Tiger football team had senior quarterback Colton Hunt back in action, leading the Tigers to their second lop-sided victory of the season over Touchet by a score of 64-14. Hunt completed five of...

 

Booster Club's dinner and auction

The Odessa Tiger Booster Club dinner and auction is coming October 21, with a happy hour starting at 5:30 p.m., a prime rib dinner at 6, and the auction at 7:30. One of the items to be auctioned is...

 

BLM's fire restrictions are eased

Due to the Bureau of Land Management Spokane District’s commitment to keeping public landscapes healthy and productive, fire restrictions on lands administered by the district have been lifted in eastern Washington. Termination of the regulated...

 

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 Fall Festival Dawn found the city alive with activity and excitement. Prior to 9 a.m. the city was alert and businesses open. The rummage sale at the Opera House had buyers waiting at the...

 

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