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Town needs revenue

We are at a fork in the road. Which way do you want to go? To the left the road appears level, straight and without winding curves, but you can only see ahead about a quarter of a mile due to heavy fog. On the right you see a road with a tough...

 

Boidiesel plant reopening

TransMessis Columbia Plateau is the new name of the Odessa biodiesel plant formerly known as Inland Empire Oilseeds, LLC. An investor group from Houston, Texas is providing the financial backing...

 

Greenwalt joins Record staff

Barbara Greenwalt is the newest member of The Odessa Record's staff. With a background in office management and as an administrative assistant in local government offices, she has the necessary tools...

 

OMA to hold sing-along Sunday, November 17

'Tis the season to be THANKFUL!!! We have all been blessed in numerous ways, none greater than what God has done for us through His Son Jesus Christ. Please join us this Sunday, November 17th at 6:30 pm at Heritage Church as we gather together to...

 

Market Perspective

By PEARSON BURKE During the government shutdown the USDA did not release any reports including the October Crop Production Report. Last Friday the USDA did release its November Crop Production Report. Traders were anticipating a reduction in U.S....

 
 By LISE OTT    Opinion    November 14, 2013

Advice from a Small Town Girl

I'm a fan of the old songs. Not too old, mind you - if you get back much more than 100 years, you'll lose my attention. But there's something about the songs of my parents' generation that grabs me...

 

Rock Doc

I don’t know the full heritage of my mutt from the pound, Buster Brown by name. Buster was listed as a “Lab mix” by the Humane Society but my vet has said he is more of a German Shepherd mix....

 

CRRCA announces Health Plan Manager

Colville Rural Resources Community Action has announced the availability of specially trained personnel as a part of a new program in Lincoln County. The “Health Plan Navigator Program” at Rural Resources is underway to help Lincoln County...

 

Letter to the Editor; Health law not working as promised by the president

To the Editor: Usually I am glad to be right, but I am not happy about finding out the truth about Obama Care. I wonder what is going to happen to the millions of people who have received their insurance cancelation notices. Many of these people are...

 

This Week in Odessa History

Three persons were killed in a fiery airplane crash 79 years ago in Farrier Coulee, 19 miles southwest of Odessa. The accident, which occurred on November 12, 1934,. was the Odessa area’s first air disaster. Here is the report in The Odessa Record...

 

Suspect arrest by LCSO; charges are burlary/ assault

Lincoln County Sheriff Wade W. Magers reports that on November 6, 2013, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call around 5:30 a.m. reporting a man who was acting erratically and behaving unusual in the Lincoln area. Deputies Mark Stau...

 

Scouting for food helps the Odessa Food Bank deliver

Odessa Cub Scout Pack #784 went Scouting for Food last Saturday, driving around Odessa picking up the bags of food that residents of the town placed on their porches. The Odessa Food Bank receives the groceries and adds them to their shelves for the...

 

Pastor's Corner; Rev. Tim Hauge

At Colossians 3:17 we read the words of the Apostle Paul, "whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him." One aspect of th...

 

Laura Caler welcomed as new English teacher

By MONICA DEIFE Odessa has hired a new eighth through twelfth grade English teacher. Her name is Laura Caler. Caler got her B.A. in secondary English from Eastern Washington University and her M.A....

 

Titan VB team second seed at state 1B this weekend

In District 7 1B Tournament at Curlew November 7, the Odessa-Harrington Titans got two wins to assure them a berth at the state volleyball tournament. O-H vs. Republic O-H defeated Republic in three...

 

Despite loss to Cusick, O-H football team in the running

In football last Friday at home in Odessa, Cusick defeated Odessa-Harrington, 50-26. Cusick 0 20 6 24 50 O-H 6 6 0 14 26 The Titans built up a 12-point lead in the first half before Cusick came from behind and and went on to get the win. Sam Schafer...

 

USDA to continue summer food program for children

The Odessa School District announces the sponsorship of the Simplified Summer Food Program for Children. Meals will be made available at no charge to attending children 18 years of age and younger. In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department o...

 

Athlete of the week; Carsen Weber

Carsen Weber is an exellent student and a respected leader at OHS. He plays football, basketball, and baseball. He is one of the most coachable kids Coach Todd has ever worked with and shows up to practices and games with a smile on his face and...

 

Harrington News

By MARJORIE WOMACH Mike Cronrath organized an all-school Veteran’s Program with participation from many of the various age groups. Debra Armstrong and Karen Kennedy handed out programs during the prelude. Madison Charlton, ASB President, made the...

 

Locals in the Limelight; Sam and Donna Mullins and granddaughter Ivory Rose

Sam Mullins was born in 1961, the son of Ruby Music and Toby Mullins. He grew up in Packwood and Randall in southwest Washington. His father was a logging truck driver. We laughed about a caption I on...

 

Love's Travel Stop opens in Ritzville at exit 221 on I-90

Love’s Travel Stops (Love’s) in Ritzville, on I-90, Exit 221, opened its doors for business on October 31. Love’s is a 24/7 operation featuring a Carl’s Jr. restaurant, gourmet coffee selection, a variety of fountain drinks, fresh fruit,...

 

Hay growers association will hold annual meetings

The Northeast Washington Haygrowers’ Association will hold its annual meeting Saturday, December 7, at John’s Auto Repair in Clayton. A full day of educational presentations is planned, beginning with tips on transitioning to big balers at 8:45...

 

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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