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Oilseed workshops next week

Three oilseed workshops are being offered this winter, according to Karen Sowers, Extension & Outreach Specialist for Oilseeds, at WSU’s Dept. of Crop and Soil Sciences. Those who haven’t already registered are asked to do so now, so an accurate...

 

Cantwell announces Blueprint to Rebuild Infrastructure in U.S. Senate

U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington state joined Senate Democrats in unveiling “A Blueprint to Rebuild America’s Infrastructure and Create 15 Million Jobs,” which includes a historic $1 trillion investment that would create more than 15...

 
 By Adam Cancryn    News    January 26, 2017

Hospital lobby skips repeal battle, focuses on ACA replacement

Hospitals have spent six years promoting the benefits of Obamacare’s sweeping health reforms, but the powerful Washington lobbying isn’t coming to the law’s rescue. Hospitals are steering well clear of the battle over repeal, seeing...

 

The Year in Review

October The Harrington Opera House elevator was installed and passed final inspection prior to a gala celebration held October 1 to dedicate both the elevator and the Boston grand piano designed by Steinway that had been purchased over the summer. St...

 
 By Lise Ott    Opinion    January 26, 2017

Guest editorial

People of Odessa, we have reached a turning point. Well, perhaps I should say that we have reached an intersection. It’s up to this community, not just a few people, to decide which way to go. Each...

 

Letter to the Editor: Former student/teacher defends public schools

To the Editor: As military brats, my sister and I attended government (U.S. Army) schools in Germany and at Fort Ord, Calif. We also went to public schools in Fayetteville, N.C.; Tacoma, Wash.; Lakewood, Wash.; Monterey, Calif.; and Albany, Ga. At...

 

Welcome to My Kitchen

ears to be in store for Odessa residents. Sore throats, colds and a bit of flu have kept many indoors for days at a time. Russian Tea is an old-fashioned and comforting citrus-infused beverage,...

 

Dwayne S. Giese

Dwayne S Giese was born August 27, 1943, in Spokane to Adie and Anna Giese. He passed away Sunday, January 22, 2017. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Merlin and wife Amy. He is...

 

Death notice

Carol J. Costlow (73) died January 17, 2017 in Odessa. Memorial services are pending. Full obituary will follow next week....

 

Titan boys lose to ACH, conquer VC, Columbia

ACH The Titan varsity boys lost a close battle to Almira/Coulee-Hartline on January 19, 53-55, in a make-up game that had been canceled the previous Tuesday due to weather conditions. It was largely...

 

January 22 results for Marlin, Odessa Gun Clubs

Marlin Carmen Eckhart and Ken Thompson found themselves topping the scores for the Marlin Gun Club Sunday, January 22, with each of them shooting a perfect 25. Mike French was right behind them as the only club member to shoot 24. Shooting 23 were...

 

Titan girls win one out of three contests

ACH At home in Odessa Thursday, January 10, the Titan girls lost to ACH by a final score of 25-73. The game was a make-up date for the previous Tuesday's canceled game due to the weather. O-H 16 1 8...

 

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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