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'Procedure chair' now at clinic

A procedure chair has been purchased for the Odessa Rural Health Clinic using "Raise the Paddle" funds obtained at last May's Wine & Microbrew Tasting and Auction event put on by the Odessa...

 

School board

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library November 29, first holding a workshop in the district office review the district’s educational programs and maintenance and operations replacement levy and the...

 

Community project needs local votes

The Odessa High School chapter of FBLA delivered 553 meals to 44 local senior citizens as part of their community service project. Using $100 from Spokane Teachers Credit Union (STCU), they purchased supplies to decorate 200 caramel apples which...

 

Clarification of 11/30 council report

We at The Record have been asked to clarify a portion of our report in last week’s paper about the most recent town council meeting. We had reported that recent test results at the local water treatment plant had caused some concern to public...

 

Harrington news

Hometown Christmas Flurry and activity amid the cold temperatures during the week leading up to the Harrington Hometown Christmas were the keynotes of the community leaders in bringing the event to fr...

 

WA health exchange much busier in 2017 than last year

OLYMPIA, Wash. – The Washington Health Benefit Exchange today announced that nearly 18,000 new customers have used Washington Healthplanfinder to select 2018 health coverage through the first four weeks of open enrollment. The number of new...

 

Town Council

Steve Nelson of Century West Engineering in Spokane attended Monday’s town council meeting in the public library to announce that the Transportation Improvement Board has agreed to pay the amount of matching funds that Odessa owes as its...

 

Christmas Fest is next Wednesday, December 6

Christmas Fest is already upon us. Next Wednesday, December 6, the community center will open at 10 a.m. and remain open until 7 p.m., with vendors both local and from around the northwest providing...

 

Science lab at OHS receives $1,500 grant

WASHINGTON, D.C. –Jeffery Wehr, Odessa High School science teacher has been awarded a grant for $1,500 to purchase a shaker table for the science lab, which will assist with chemistry and biology experiments. Wehr teaches at a rural school, where...

 

Hour of Code December 5

The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in more than 180 countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages. No experience is needed. The program...

 

Polar Express Monday 12/4

The Polar Express event Monday, December 4, at 6:30 p.m. Parents and children check in at the Train Station (the cafeteria). Enjoy reading and other activities with children....

 

Do you commute outside Lincoln County for work?

Do you live in Lincoln County, but leave the county for work? If so, the Lincoln County Economic Council would like you to take a brief survey in order to better understand the county’s workforce. The online survey has nine multiple-choice...

 

Seeking volunteers to evaluate applications

OLYMPIA – The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) is seeking volunteers to help evaluate grant proposals. It is looking to fill vacancies on three advisory committees that will evaluate and rank grant proposals next fall and w...

 

Defending against charity scams

OLYMPIA – The holiday season is a time for giving, and scammers are trying to get in on the action. Research shows that fraud rates typically increase late in the year, which is why Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Attorney General Bob Ferguson...

 

Harrington news

Public Development Authority The Harrington Public Development Authority met November 21 with Paul Charlton, Jay Kane, Jay Gossett, Bunny Haugan, Heather Slack, Marge Womach, Tim Tipton and Jill Plaskon attending. The UFO event at the opera house,...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Crossley's Odessa's mayor-elect

Of Lincoln County’s 7,165 registered voters, only 3,333 cast ballots in the November 7 general election, for a voter turnout of only 46.52 percent. In Odessa’s mayoral contest, current council member and long-time Odessa resident Bill Crossley...

 

Vets day dinner honors those who served

Veterans Day was celebrated this past Saturday with a dinner and awards ceremony held in the social hall of Heritage Church. Organized by the local members of VFW Post #7395 and American Legion Post...

 

Arrests for auto theft

On November 2, 2017, the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office received a residential burglary report from a complainant who was in the State of Alaska at the time of the reported incident. The complainant/‌victim notified the Sheriff’s Department th...

 

Harrington senior meals offered to wide audience

The Harrington Senior Meals Program is actively seeking not only new seniors to dine but younger folks as well. Family, friends, business people or anyone wishing to enjoy a complete nutritious meal at noon are invited to attend. Dave Michaelson, ret...

 

Harrington news

Opera House Society On November 6, the Harrington Opera House Society met in the Art Room with Ed and Bunny Haugan, Billie and Gordon Herron, Carol, Linda Wagner, Marge Womach, Sheryl Stedman and...

 

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