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Articles from the January 29, 2015 edition

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Odessa Menu MONDAY, February 2 :Toast, sausage, Fruit. Lunch: Chicken noodle soup, crackers, maple bar, fruit and veggie bar. TUESDAY, February 3: Cereal, toast, fruit, Juice. Lunch: Pepperoni pizza, corn, jello, fruit and veggie bar. WEDNESDAY,...

 

The Weather

High Low Prec. S Jan. 22 35 27 .00 Jan. 23 32 29 .00 Jan. 24 34 31 .95 Jan. 25 43 31 .00 Jan. 26 46 32 .00 Jan. 27 51 30 .00 Jan. 28 34 29 .04 Yearly total to date 2.04 inches. Snow accumulation: .93 inches to date....

 

Odessa Grain

The latest cash grain market here shows Soft White Wheat down at $5.83. Hard Red Winter is down at $5.58. DNS is down at $7.53. Barley is down at 148.00....

 

Calendar of Events

01/29 Twelve Step Program– Odessa group meeting @ Heritage Church basement, 7 - 8 p.m., Odessa Commu- nity Closet @ Zion Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 10 a.m. - 1p.m. 01/30 Girls basketball @ 6 p.m. Boys basketball @ 7:30 p.m. Location Wellpinit....

 

Birthdays and Anniversaries

Birthdays for January 29:Franny Liner, Britney Wagner and Natasha Lobe. January 30: Josie Westmoreland, Janet Tapia, Josh Allen, Carol Bell, Mike Edens and Alvin Fink. January 31: Joanne Tebow, Lori Austin and Deanna Lobe. February 1:Edith Roloff....

 
 By TOM GOETZ    Opinion    January 29, 2015

The Least of These

Editor’s note: Continuing a series of stories and articles written by the late Pastor Tom Goetz, with the support of his wife Jeanne Goetz of Odessa. Jeanne Goetz is working to get the items published in book form, but for right now, interested...

 

Marlin Gun Club results for 1/25

There was a total of 47 trap shooters doing their best with limited visibility in the fog. Shooting 25 was Doug Brashear. Shooting 24 were Mark Iksic, Dan Asker, Daryl Kimble, Cody Follett, Dylan Heer. Ken Eckhart, Dave Asker, Austin Nelson, David...

 

Harrington News

Last week the Harrington Lions Club repainted the large meeting room of the Memorial Hall, replaced damaged ceiling tiles and made other cosmetic repairs. The club now consists of 16 members as...

 

Welcome to my Kitchen

Slow-cookers make weekend meal preparation a cinch. Whether you’re feeding starving teenage athletes, providing a meal after church or filling a buffet table for the big game day, there is a recipe...

 

OMHC Public Service Announcement

Here are some simple tips to help keep respiratory infections and many other contagious diseases from spreading, especially during the cough, cold and “flu” season. Respiratory infections affect the nose, throat and lungs; they include influenza...

 

Five decades of change for Lamona farmer

The following is reprinted from Ventures, the newsletter of AgVentures NW, LLC. The interview of Tom Wilson, of Lamona, and article were done by Burke Perry of VistaComm, an advertising and marketing company which makes the newsletter. From cutting w...

 

The Year in Review

November After a nearly 10-year effort, the Board of Directors of the East Columbia Basin Irrigation District adopted a resolution to allocate the first 17,639 acres of new Columbia Basin Project water to replace ground water permits in the...

 

Rock Doc

New Year’s resolutions are being put to the harshest of tests. Gone are the days of early January when all things seemed so easily possible. Now we are in the tougher phase of the year when the...

 

This Week in Odessa History

100 years ago From The Odessa Record January 28, 1915 According to pioneers the snow which is now covering the ground has been on for a longer time than it usually remains in this country. The first of the snow came on Dec. 10 and has been added to f...

 

FSA offers 2015 youth loans for 4-H and FFA projects

“As the new 4-H and FFA year is starting again, it is time to consider Farm Service Agency to financially assist in 4-H and FFA youth loan projects,” says Libby Anderson, Farm Loan Manager. FSA has established a great network with local 4-H and...

 

Reading instruction: ignoring the experts

Defending the Early Years and the Alliance for Childhood have released a report about the use of Kindergarten reading instruction. Authored by Nancy Carlsson-Paige, Geralyn Bywater McLaughlin, and Joan Wolfsheimer Almon, the report gives up its...

 

Titan boys/girls beat both Inchelium and Selkirk teams

Inchelium The Titan girls beat Inchelium Friday, 66-37. Katie DeWulf scored 18 points and Paige Alloway 17 to pace the Titan team. DeWulf had 14 rebounds, 8 assists and 2 steals for a productive game. Alloway had 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal. Lanes...

 

Education funding and the Washington state legislature

According to Article IX of the Washington State Constitution, the state’s “paramount duty” is to provide an “ample” and “uniform” education for all children. In 1977, Judge Robert Doran ruled that the state was in violation of the...

 
 By ALICE DAY    News    January 29, 2015

How will school districts pay?

WNPA Olympia News Bureau School districts around Washington are priming their fiscal pumps in coming weeks, asking local constituents to support special maintenance and operations tax propositions to maintain current programs, as well as bond...

 

Full house at Lions Club crab feed

Although the high price of crab this year will keep the Odessa Lions Club from making the kind of money they normally do at their annual event, people nevertheless came out in droves to support the cl...

 

Editorial: Yes to levies

The editors of The Odessa Record do not usually weigh in on political issues, but the struggles of our public institutions, such as the school district and hospital, compel us to make an exception. Odessa as a community has tried very hard,...

 

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