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Shoreline Program update discussed in Odessa

Last Thursday at the Old Town Hall, representatives of a coalition comprising Lincoln County and the towns of Reardan and Odessa met with two different groups of Odessa citizens, those living within...

 

Crab feed draws crowd

The annual crab feed fundraiser put on by the Odessa Lions Club, with variety added for non-seafood lovers in the form of prime rib prepared by the Odessa Riders Club, was held Saturday evening in...

 

FBLA/ BLM improve trails

Improvements made by Odessa FBLA members and the BLM's Chris Shafer include removing vegetation to widen the trail, removing rocks, smoothing out the ground to improve the trail tread and installing...

 

School board approves two retirments

The Odessa School Board met February 26, following a workshop to consider different superintendent evaluation options. Odessa High School senior Kimberly Nelson gave a practice speech to board members that she had prepared for FFA competition. She wa...

 

Subscription rates will rise on April 1

The single-copy rate will be $1. The rate for subscribers within Washington state will be $33. Snowbirds will be charged $36, and out-of-state subscribers will see their rates rise to $39....

 
 By MARJORIE WOMACH    News    March 6, 2014

Harrington News

With Harrington's temperatures hovering around 12 degrees last Saturday afternoon, cars began arriving and people began setting up for the 2-4 p.m. open house retirement party for former Harrington...

 

Othello Sandhill Crane Festival in March

The 17th Annual Sandhill Crane Festival will take place March 28, 29, 30, 2014, in Othello. The festival will include over 30 lectures on everything from birding to wolves. Tours entitled Sandhill Crane, Burrowing Owl, Ground Squirrel, Palouse Falls...

 

Rock Doc

Every time I fill my gas tank, I see the notice on the pump that explains part of the fuel I'm buying is ethanol. Ethanol is alcohol, a type of biofuel rather than fossil fuel. While biofuels can be g...

 

Obituary

Debbie Praetorius died peacefully at her home on February 26, 2014, after a long battle with cancer. She was born August 4, 1958 in Millington, Tenn. to Louis Wayne and Violet Mae Frederick. The...

 

This Week in Odessa History

100 years ago From The Odessa Record March 6, 1914 What will probably be the largest field of corn in southern Lincoln county this year, will be planted this spring by John D. Schimke on his place two miles north of town. The field will consist of...

 

Null fall 2013 WSU grad

Graduating after the fall semester 2013 at Washington State University, Alex Robert Null has received his Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Food Systems from that institution. Alex is the son of Tom and Sue Null of Odessa and an Odessa High...

 

Birthdays and Anniversaries

Birthdays for March 6: Lecia Fink, Steve Finkbeiner, Sharon Eide, Macey Singer, Ella Schlomer, Jim Burden and Katie Schafer. March 7: Amy Greenwalt, Fran Bramer, Ted Suchland, Jon Hayashi, Megan Selbach-Allen. March 8: Renee Woodruff, Trygve Lovvik,...

 

Harrington chapter FBLA attends Winter Conference

The Harrington FBLA students (pictured) recently attended the Regional Winter Conference with excellent results. Those moving on to the state level are Ellie Hedreen, third in Public Speaking, fifth...

 

FFA members preparing for Jr. Livestock Show

On May 6 - 11, Harrington and Odessa FFA members will exhibit and sell the animals they have been raising for their SAE projects; the two chapters will take 13 hogs (Katelyn Worley, Steven Braun, Dylan Shockley, Joey Buell, Isabelle Phillips,...

 

Pastor's Corner; Kenny St. Hilaire

Much ink and, unfortunately, much blood have been spilled over the question of salvation. From the early days of Christianity, believers have sought a fuller understanding of what is required for...

 

Odessa Knowledge Bowl Team headed to state

Odessa's Knowledge Bowl Team qualified for statewide competition on Friday, February 28. Eleven B1 schools competed for the top five spots to represent Educational Services District (ESD) 101 area...

 

Odessa FBLA

The Odessa FBLA chapter continued its partnership with The AgriBusiness Council of Spokane in hosting a session at AgExpo. Students had the opportunity to visit with 15 representatives from 15...

 

No Hardwood Classic for O-H boys after regional loss

The Odessa-Harrington Titans ended their season and their hopes for a State 1B tournament berth at the regional, loser-out game against Three Rivers Christian of Kelso, 53-46, played at Ellensburg...

 

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...

 

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