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Infected number rises in Othello

OTHELLO -- The number of Wuhan coronavirus cases is rising, with almost half of the cases connected to a single family. As of Sunday afternoon, Adams County health officials were reporting 23 cases in the city, 11 of which were... — Updated 4/5/2020

Kettle Falls woman killed in crash

LIND -- A Kettle Falls woman was killed Sunday morning when her pickup overturned. Kristen K. Icenogle, 52, was pronounced dead at the scene near Milepost 70 on southbound U.S.... — Updated 4/5/2020

Spokane County COVID cases top 200

SPOKANE -- COVID19 cases in Spokane County have topped 200, with the death toll from the severe acute respiratory disease rising as well. In an April 4 news release, Spokane County Department of Emergency Management officials... — Updated 4/5/2020

Kalispel Tribe, Northern Quest file suit against 3M, Tyco Fire Products

AIRWAY HEIGHTS --The Kalispel Tribe of Indians, its economic authority and the Northern Quest Resort & Casino have filed a $21.27 million lawsuit against companies including 3M and Tyco Fire Products along with the United States... — Updated 4/5/2020

Adams County coronavirus tally reaches 23

RITZVILLE -- Adams County health officials Saturday evening reported that a total of 23 coronavirus cases have been confirmed. Of those cases, 19 are in Othello, with 10 connected to a single family, officials said. There are two... — Updated 4/5/2020

Senate Minority Leader Schoesler reacts to quarantine extension

RITZVILLE - Senate Minority Leader Mark Schoesler doesn't agree with extending the statewide quarantine until May 4 due to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Responding to Bainbridge... — Updated 4/5/2020

Seamstresses pitch in for public safety

RITZVILLE — Area seamstresses have been sewing fast and furiously to get cloth masks donated to area hospitals, medical facilities, senior centers and other organizations. Their... — Updated 4/5/2020

Fire season looms amid new challenges

Brandon Hansen Chewelah Independent CHEWELAH - With fire season quickly approaching, firefighters now must address a new challenge: how to deal with wildfires during a pandemic.... — Updated 4/5/2020

Seattle woman booked into county jail

DAVENPORT — A Seattle woman was booked into the Lincoln County Jail on March 27. Jayla K. Cox, 19, of Seattle, was booked into the jail for violation of a no-contact order, accoring to Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office records.... — Updated 4/3/2020

Odessa Grain

The latest cash grain market in Odessa shows Soft White Wheat is up at $5.34. The club premium is up at $1.70. Hard Red Winter is up at $5.50. Dark Northern Spring is is up at $6.30. Barley is at $137 per ton and Triticale... — Updated 4/3/2020

Newspapers in survival mode, too

Given the ongoing shutdown in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, like nearly all local businesses, we had to make some difficult decisions last week. Among those was the... — Updated 4/3/2020

Code enforcement in Odessa tantamount to petty tyranny

In a small town, we can go weeks without really feeling local government’s influence in our lives. However, vigorous code enforcement brings Odessa government into our lives as a solution looking for a problem. Yes, I... — Updated 4/3/2020

Businesses need your help during outbreak

Some years back, in the biggest town in a small county outside our 9th District, there was a clothing store. Upstairs was the office of the area's weekly newspaper. Week after... — Updated 4/3/2020

Vivian Charlotte Schultz

Vivienne Charlotte Schultz, 90, passed away March 24, 2020, at her home in Davenport, Wash. She was born on April 30, 1929, in Ritzville, Wash. Internment was in Hillcrest Cemetery, Harrington, Wash.; a Celebration Of Life will... — Updated 4/3/2020

Ronnie Eugene Schell

Ronnie Eugene Schell, 88, died March 16, 2020 at the Veterans Administration hospital in Spokane. He was born July 23, 1931, in Portland, Ore. to Adolf and Katherina (Giebelhouse)... — Updated 4/3/2020

Odessa youth compete in virtual science fair

ODESSA - Five local high school students presented independent science and engineering research March 18 during the annual Eastern Washington Regional Science and Engineering Fair.... — Updated 4/3/2020

Lincoln County Sheriff's Office dispatch logs

March 23 Motorcycle found in the ditch on state Highway 28 Wallet found in field Inmate William E. Crist, 21, scheduled to be released, but wanted on Spokane warrant Suspicious circumstances reporter on Spring Canyon Road... — Updated 4/3/2020

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