Articles from the December 21, 2017 edition

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Chamber of Commerce

The December 12 meeting of the Odessa Chamber of Commerce gave its first vote of approval to the 2018 budget for the group, cutting back wherever possible to achieve a positive balance at year’s end. To do so, the Chamber board had opted to...

 

Correction

Our report on the most recent Odessa Town Council meeting said incorrectly that Bill Knerr had been appointed to the council. He has been appointed to the planning commission, not the council. The open council position being vacated by Terry Goetz...

 

Odessa schools continue to shine

Odessa's schools celebrated a School of Distinction award on November 6, 2017 for sustained improvement in English Language Arts and Math over a five-year period. Odessa Jr./Sr. High School is one of...

 

Deputies searching for James Friend, 15, of Marlin

MARLIN (13 DEC 2017) – Grant County deputies are asking the public for help finding 15-year-old James Friend. Friend was last seen in his hometown of Marlin (Grant County) Washington on December 2,...

 

Landowners fined for illegal pumping

MOSES LAKE – Landowners near Moses Lake have been fined for illegally pumping more than 500 million gallons of groundwater from the declining Odessa aquifer. In June, the Washington Department of Ecology issued cease and desist orders requiring...

 

Warnick recognized as Legislator of the Year

OLYMPIA... The Association of Washington Business recently honored Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, at its 2017 Evening of Excellence as the Legislator of the Year. Warnick, who served as the Chair...

 

Rep. Manweller accused of sexual harassment

Mike Baker, a staff reporter at the Seattle Times newspaper, reported on December 11 that Central Washington University was investigating the conduct of state Rep. Matt Manweller and had placed him on administrative leave from his job as a political...

 

Welcome to My Kitchen

There are just a few days left before Christmas. Hopefully most of your baking is done, and make ahead recipes prepared. Some of this columns offering may help if you are a bit behind. Several...

 

HS girls basketball

Almira-Coulee-Hartline At home on December 12, the Tiger girls lost to ACH, 78-29. Odessa 5 10 5 9     29 ACH 20 17 24 17     78 Amber Smith led the scoring with 8...

 

HS boys basketball

Almira-Coulee-Hartline The Tigers defeated ACH in a close game at home on December 12. Odessa 18 7 10 19     54 ACH 18 12 12 7     49 Ryan Moffet scored 26 points to...

 

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...

 

Little Known Facts

If you need a conversation starter this holiday season here are a few Christmas facts you may not know. 1. Christmas supposedly marks the birth of Jesus Christ on December 25. But there is no mention of December 25 in the Bible and most historians...

 

Harrington news

Harrington City Council The Harrington City Council met December 13 for its monthly meeting and public hearing with the following present: Mayor Dillon Haas; Clerk Bunny Haugan; Maintenance Supervisor Scott McGowan; Council Members Mike Cronrath,...

 

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