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OPDA split on new tenant

The Odessa Public Development Authority met Monday evening in the hospital’s Guild Room to discuss a proposal that was made to the board at its last regular meeting. The proposal involves a cannabis production facility that would lease (with an...

 

Booster Club thrilled with turnout

The Odessa Tiger Athletic Booster Club auction held October 21 at the Odessa Community Center was a huge success, raising over $29,000 to be used for Tiger athletics. The community center was decorated with Tiger apparel donated for the evening by Ti...

 

Surveys shed light on local workforce issues

Davenport, WA, November 6, 2017 – It is getting tough to find good employees to fill open positions in Lincoln County. One reason is that a large portion of our workforce, 60 percent according to the Employment Security Department, commutes...

 

Harrington news

Chamber Meeting The Harrington Chamber of Commerce met Wednesday, Nov 1, at 6 p.m. at the Post and Office. This new business does not have regular evening hours, but perhaps they will consider it since during the meeting several people passing by,...

 
 By Mo Sheldon    News    November 2, 2017

OMHC provider update

We are so excited to formally announce the arrival of Deborah Fogg, FNP-C. Debbie has experience as a provider in ER and Urgent Care, Long Term Care and in Cardiology. She comes to us from Louisiana and has moved with her adult daughter, Val. OMHC...

 

School board

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library Wednesday, October 25, at 6 p.m., with a prior workshop held at 5:30 to review the highly capable program and the upcoming levies. Chairman Ed Deife led the...

 
 By Merleen Smith    News    November 2, 2017

Food bank items needed

As The Odessa Record has reported for the past two weeks, the local food bank will be the beneficiary of a project performed by members the Youth Group made up of young people from local churches. They will knock on doors to distribute bags for...

 

Parent-teacher conferences

PreK-12 Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Tuesday, November 7, through Thursday, November 9. School will be dismissed at 12:15 p.m. each day after lunch is served. There will be NO school on Friday, November 10 in honor of Veteran’s Day....

 

Harrington news

Community Forum A Community Forum was held in the Harrington Opera House auditorium October 24. Karen Robertson was the facilitator and gave brief instructions for attendees as to the type of...

 

Spokane Convention Center to host Wheat U in December

Spokane, WA - Wheat growers in the Pacific Northwest are welcome to attend Wheat U, a one-day, information-packed educational opportunity December 5 at the Spokane Convention Center. Sponsored by BASF, Wheat U promises to deliver a wealth of...

 

Biodiesel equipment on the online auction block

The Odessa biodiesel facility equipment is being placed at auction. This is an online-only auction that closes November 14, 2017. If you wish to view or bid on the items, visit this website: http://www.bookerauction.co/bio-diesel-plant-liquidation/...

 

Grocery cart at store also accepts food donations

The winter months are always the most difficult for those who are on fixed incomes. The Odessa Food Bank, under the auspices of the Odessa Community Ministerial Association, also helps with heating bills and with the unexpected ups and downs that...

 

District of Year award to Lincoln Co.

The Lincoln County Conservation District received the Northeast Area Conservation District of the Year award last week at the group's annual meeting. The Lincoln County district was recognized for...

 

Town Council

After much debate and a thorough search of the town’s records, the council voted to uphold prior legislation and refuse to allow animal husbandry to take place at the school shop. Based on the town...

 

Quilt Club's raffle quilt wins statewide awards

Fronen Steppdecker, The Odessa Quilt Club, entered their 2018 Raffle Quilt in the Washington State Quilters Show this past weekend in Spokane. Their entry, “Summer Star Flower” brought home two prize ribbons, winning Best of Category, Machine...

 

Taxes due October 31

The Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office reminds Lincoln County taxpayers that second-half 2017 taxes and assessments must be received or postmarked by October 31, 2017 to avoid interest/penalties. The treasurer’s office located at the Courthouse,...

 

Harrington news

Welcoming sight A normal view of the main drag (Third St.) in Harrington might show cars near the grocery store and bank, some days no available parking; and near city hall there might be four cars...

 

Bill Crossley is candidate for Odessa mayor's job

Bill Crossley has spent most of his adult life in Odessa, even though his birth and youth took place elsewhere. He was born in New Jersey and raised in New York state. As a young adult he heeded the c...

 

Health Night focus is prevention

Women's Health Night, an event sponsored by the local health care community, was an evening of learning more about prevention of women's health problems and about the health care providers for...

 

Many hands make light work at OTH

Thanks to the ongoing support of the community of Odessa, as well as a very generous contributions from the Odessa Lions Club and Odessa Lodge No. 156 of the Free and Accepted Masons, the Old Town Hall kitchen improvement project is moving forward,...

 

Taxes due October 31

The Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office would like to remind all Lincoln County taxpayers that second-half 2017 taxes and assessments are due October 31, 2017. Interest/penalties are due if payment is not received or postmarked by October 31, 2017....

 

EMTs score with hunters' breakfast

The volunteer Odessa Emergency Medical Technicians, who man the ambulance whenever it is called out to help a member of the community, held a two-day fund-raiser this past weekend as the opening of hu...

 

WA AG joins lawsuit on health care

OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today joined a multistate coalition in filing a lawsuit seeking to force the Trump administration to continue a key Affordable Care Act funding provision after the President announced on Thursday he would...

 

Submit photos for Ag Expo photo contest

(Spokane, WA) The deadline is just a month away to enter your photographs in the Spokane Ag Expo 2018 Photography Contest! November 20, 2017 is the final day to submit photographs depicting “Agriculture in the Inland Northwest” so there is still...

 

Zion-Emmanuel to hold Reformation Festival

On Monday, October 30, at 6:30 p.m., Zion-Emmanuel Lutheran Church (4279 SR 21N) will host a Reformation Hymn Festival to commemorate the beginning of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Five hundred years ago, on October 31, 1517, Martin...

 

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