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Articles from the November 23, 2017 edition

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Town Council

Odessa police are investigating a suspected case of vandalism from October 26 at the main water reservoir on the south hill near the large, lit “O” also located there. The public works crew had received an alarm indicating that communication...

 

More interest shown in industrial park

Questions of federal vs. state laws on the question of marijuana use and how the answers to them might affect the Odessa Industrial Park were of concern to several members of the Odessa Public Develop...

 

Fest makes $6,000

The Odessa Chamber of Commerce met November 14 at noon at Any Occasion Banquet Hall with only a small band of members present. A final report on the proceeds from September’s Deutschesfest was provided by treasurer Larissa Zeiler. Once all the bill...

 
 By Vivianne Poe    News    November 23, 2017

Meet your neighbor

We are in the season of Thanksgiving as far as the calendar goes. To me, giving thanks is an everyday thing, as I take in the wonder and beauty around me. James and I still marvel at, and are...

 

Letter to the Editor: GOP tax plan bashed by area reader of O-Record

To the Editor: The GOP tax plan will crush the middle class, and it will decimate students’ educations. Cathy McMorris Rodgers won’t even address the bill with her own constituents. She certainly won’t address education because of the damage...

 

Letter to the Editor: Avista's cost comparison advertising misleading?

To the Editor: Avista spends THEIR money advertising OUR electric service cost as “33% lower than the national average.” Duh!; so what? Here’s what! A more local comparison puts our residential cost nearly 300 percent HIGHER than Wenatchee’s...

 

Dammel honored for excellence

If you need to speak to Stan Dammel these days, you may need to make an appointment. Life keeps him so busy that the odds of catching him on the spur of the moment are just about slim to none. This has been a very busy year for Dammel, who describes...

 

Tiger football

The Tiger football team handily defeated the Garfield-Palouse Vikings last Friday in a quarter-final game played in Royal City. Gar-Pal 8 6 0 0     14 Odessa 16 8 28 8     60 Quarterback Camden Weber completed eight out...

 

Megan Shafer selected WA Aerospace Scholar

A few weeks ago, Odessa High School Junior Megan Shafer submitted an application to become one of Washington state's Aerospace Scholars and on November 25, 2017 Megan found out she was selected....

 

Odessa students compete in area academic contest

This past Wednesday, November 15, Odessa students ranging from third through eighth grades competed in Ritzville against eight other Bi-County schools for the 2017 Bi-County Academic Contest in the...

 

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...

 

Harrington news

City Council The Harrington City Council met at city hall November 16 for a public hearing on the preliminary budget for 2018. Present were Dillon Haas, Bunny Haugan, Peter Davenport, Mike Cronrath, Levi Schenk, Justin Slack (by phone), Jerry and...

 

Grant helps OHS science students

Last month, a gentlemen named Jerry Dyar from The Rural Alliance organization approached the Odessa High School Science Department and offered our laboratory the opportunity to be a part of a new...

 

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