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Lions Club Easter egg hunt adds to busy spring

The Lions Club Easter egg hunt was held last Saturday at Reiman Park, with plenty of children on hand to enjoy the hunt, followed by playtime on the playground (more interesting to some of the kids th...

 
 By Nancy Floether    News    April 20, 2017 

Winetasting, microbrew sampling, auction May 5

Springtime in Odessa means rain, sunshine and wind…sometimes all three in the same day. It also means baseball games, track meets, golfing, fishing, farmers in the fields, spray planes in the sky and the Odessa Healthcare Foundation working on the...

 
 News    April 20, 2017 

Property tax due April 30

The Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office reminds all Lincoln County Taxpayers that the first-half 2017 taxes and assessments are due April 30, 2017. Interest/penalties are due if payment is not received or postmarked by April 30, 2017. This year...

 
 News    April 20, 2017 

Warnick's agritourism bill ready for governor to sign

OLYMPIA – Washington state senator Judy Warnick's legislation to limit liability for ranchers and farmers engaged in agritourism activities cleared its final legislative hurdle Monday. Minor...

 
 News    April 20, 2017 

Community Colleges of Spokane honor roll lists

Dylan Shockley of Harrington was named to the winter 2017 honor roll at Spokane Community College. To receive honor roll status, students must earn a 3.0 grade-point average or higher. The winter 2017 honor roll list at Spokane Falls Community...

 
 News    April 20, 2017 

Harrington news

Hymn Sing The fourth Hymn Sing at the Rocklyn Zion United Methodist church was celebrated Sunday, April 9, at 3 p.m. with a group of nearly 50 persons, many of whom were related to the founders whose photos hang on the walls and serve as a reminder...

 

Town Council

Recap of cat ordinance In the interest of promoting better understanding of Ordinance 682 passed by the Odessa Town Council at its most recent meeting on March 27, an abbreviated version of the...

 

Miss Odessa 2017 is Danielle Tebow

Danielle Tebow was crowned at the Miss Odessa Pageant held Sunday, April 9, at Any Occasion Banquet Hall, and Maleah Davison will serve as Princess Odessa. These two juniors from Odessa High School vied for the title by submitting a written essay,...

 

Avista is relinquishing Odessa office space May 1

Spokane, Wash. – April 11, 2017. As of May 5, Avista is relinquishing the space it has been leasing in Odessa, which includes removing the company sign from the building located at 8 E. First Ave. Avista’s local service representative, a...

 

Filing for LC public offices to open May 15

Lincoln County Auditor Shelly Johnston has announced that the official filing period for the fall elections will be held May 15 through May 19, 2017. All offices are subject to both Primary and General Elections. If more than two candidates file for...

 

Can you help?

A mailbox at the home of Shirley Johnson at 405 E. First Avenue in Odessa was essentially destroyed Saturday, April 1, prior to about 10 or 10:30 a.m. The mail carrier that day notifed the homeowner that the mailbox was damaged when the attempt was...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    April 13, 2017

Harrington news

HOHS meeting On April 3, the Harrington Opera House Society met for a contractual discussion followed by its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. in the Art Room. Present were Billie and Gordon Herron, Ed and Bu...

 

Town council

The issue of parking next to the community center was discussed by the council with input from police chief Tom Clark. The decision was made to utilize perpendicular parking with spaces marked by whit...

 

The largest D-100 yet?

The Desert 100 off-road motorcycle endurance race may have been the largest ever judging from the size of the campsite at the corner of Irby Road and SR 28. Configured like a giant "L" the site...

 
 By Vivianne Poe    News    April 6, 2017

Meet your neighbors

Winter has finally passed. Spring has sprung with daffodils in bloom and tulips not far behind, with many other lovely treasures pushing their way up through the soil. And now it’s time to meet some new neighbors. John and Faye Hill and their two...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    April 6, 2017

Harrington news

PDA brochure At the monthly meeting March 21, Heather Slack presented the draft of a brochure she has been working on to the group, hoping to obtain suggestions or notification of omissions to be incl...

 

Correction

Due to incorrect information supplied to the newspaper, last week's issue of The Record reported that H.P. Carstensen had been hired as the junior-high head basketball coach, when he has been hired as the head baseball coach for the junior-high...

 

School board

The Odessa School Board held a workshop in the superintendent’s office at 6:30 p.m. March 22 for the purpose of discussing the superintendent’s evaluation. Attending were superintendent Dan Read, board chairman Ed Deife, Heather Valverde, Chris...

 

White Knuckle, Frostbite races last weekend, Desert 100 coming Sunday

The conditions for last weekend's races put on by the Stumpjumpers Motorcycle Club on property south of town owned by Jerry and Ellen Schafer were not optimum. Recent rains left the ground wet and...

 

Remove studded tires by March 31 or face fines

OLYMPIA – Spring is here and that means drivers in Washington have until Friday, March 31, to remove their winter studded tires. The Washington State Department of Transportation reminds drivers that state law requires all studded tires to be...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    March 30, 2017

Harrington news

PDA activity The Harrington Public Development Authority met March 21 with the following present: Josh Steward, president; Allen Barth, vice-president; Bunny Haugan, secretary; plus Heather Slack,...

 

Town Council

Odessa’s feral cat problem has grown to unmanageable proportions in various hot spots all over town. Citizen complaints and concern by the health care community have prompted the Town of Odessa to...

 

Grant cycle opens in April

Empire Health Foundation will open both the 2017 Responsive and Rural Aging Grant cycles on April 3 and close on April 28. The grant programs serve the seven counties of Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Stevens, Spokane and Whitman, including...

 

Town Council

Council members discussed a suggestion from town clerk Gail Kiesz that the parking along the side of the community center be changed to angle parking. The reason for the change was that large pickups...

 

These quilters haven't wilted

Quilt Til You Wilt took place Monday in the Odessa Community Center with many kinds of activities and presentations going on all day long. By noon approximately 80 of the expected 100 or so visitors...

 

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