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Scramble draws crowd

The second annual Tim Hauge Memorial Golf Scramble drew a large group of golfers to Odessa Golf & RV. The event in memory of Pastor Tim Hauge, who died in 2016, is used to raise scholarship money for ongoing post-secondary education. According...

 
 By Terri King    News    October 5, 2017

Volunteerism Award from 2nd Harvest

Odessa High School FBLA has been selected for a Civic Award by 2nd Harvest of Spokane. While many categories reflect their dedication to community and feeding the hungry, the Volunteerism award best...

 

Julie Jantz retires

The Odessa Community Ministerial Association wants to recognize Julie Jantz for her selfless efforts as the former director of the Odessa Food Bank. For 10 years, she helped hundreds of families meet their monthly grocery needs. She facilitated the...

 

Theatre Co. new name of troupe

DAVENPORT—In an effort to double-down on its mission to serve all of Lincoln County, Davenport Theatrical has announced a new name, Wheatland Theatre Company, and a season of four upcoming productions, with performances throughout the region....

 

Harrington Food Bank

The Harrington Food Bank director, Pastor Cade Clark, has many patrons from Odessa who frequent the Harrington facility. He reminds patrons of the times and dates that the food bank is open. On the first, second and third Saturdays of each month,...

 

Recreation areas close

OTHELLO, Wash. –Two Bureau of Reclamation recreational facilities will be closing for the winter season. Scooteney Park campground in Franklin County and Summer Falls Day Use Recreation Area in Grant County will be shut down on October 17. They...

 

Letter to the Editor: Response to Boss letter from athletic director

To the Editor: I am writing this in response to the “Letter to the Editor” written by Briette Boss in last week’s Odessa Record. I will begin by saying everyone is certainly entitled to their own opinion, but not their own set of facts. Miss...

 

Letter to the Editor: Super-sizing ourselves out of small businesses

To the Editor: When I was a young boy, small business was the backbone of America. It was necessary to have because of gas rationing. Soon after the war was over, the business world decided bigger was better. Supermarkets soon followed, and Ike...

 

Editorial

Last week’s football report requires an explanation. The initial informaiton on the Touchet game listed on the MaxPreps website had Colton Hunt as the quarterback, completing a good percentage of his passes. We did notice further down the list of...

 

Harrington news

Needhams With many alumni coming into Harrington and a number of class reunions occurring on Friday, September 22, on the eve of the Fall Festival, the Church of the Nazarene hosted the return of the Needhams to the Harrington Opera House. With a...

 

Pastor's Corner

Foundations As we watch and listen to the news of the past few weeks, we see how hurricanes have devastated much of the gulf coast from Texas to Florida, as well as other countries. In years gone by, I have spent time in the aftermath of such storms...

 

Tiger sports

Football The Tiger football team was scheduled to play Wellpinit Friday, September 29, but not enough officials could be found to handle the Friday night game. The three gentlemen officiating Thursday’s junior-high football game were willing to add...

 

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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