Odessa overwhelms both Inchelium and Harrington

By TERRIE SCHMIDT-CROSBY Inchelium The Inchelium Hornets came to town October 3 to face the Tigers and were defeated, 3-0. The win gives the Tigers an overall 8-3 record so far this season. Od 25 25...

Town hall meeting hears candidates

The candidates running for local town government positions were given the opportunity Monday evening of this week to tell the citizens of Odessa what they wanted to do for the community if elected...

Follow-up visit with future Dr. Cornett

Many of you might remember a story I wrote back in February called, "Grabbing life by the horns at the age of 15," about Charleigh Cornett and her quest to become a surgeon and the fundraising...

Fall Fest follow-up; fiddle orchestra at opera house; Dupre or Depre Morgan

Chamber of Commerce The Harrington Area Chamber of Commerce met Wednesday, October 2, at noon at the Post & Office with the following attending: Tim Tipton, Paula Harrington, Karen Robertson,...

Tigers bring down Soap Lake Eagles in 70-0 rout

The Tigers jumped out to a 40-0 lead in the first quarter of play against the Soap Lake Eagles October 4 in a pattern that has repeated itself all season so far. Marcus King was once again Odessa's...

Small-town news; Lamona accident; Lake Creek H2O

This week’s installment of Odessa’s history includes information from both the first and second weeks of October (since we missed putting in a history column last week). 100 years ago The Odessa Record October 12, 1919 News updates: An airplane...

Lee L. Bramer

Lee L. Bramer was born January 2, 1968 in Centralia Wash. to Leo and Sharon Bramer. Lee grew up in Oakville, Wash. As a young man he had many ventures such as logging, a mechanic shop and captain of...

Alice McKissen

Alice Ann Walter was the second child born of Herbert and Verna Mae Walter. She grew up on "the ranch," playing with kittens, puppies and horses. Riding was a favored pastime. Her Rainbow pins show...

Fall weather, what are your favorite recipes?

Fall weather has ended production in most Odessa gardens. Time to use up the last fruits and vegetables you braved the cold wind to rescue before the killing frost. My mother would always make an...

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 criminal or...

Courthouse Report

SUPERIOR COURT John F. Strohmaier, Judge Criminal Sentencings Civil Judgments Judgement against Melody Y. Costello, overpayment of unemployment benefits, $769.62 Judgement for plaintiff Walt Taylor against defendant Ellen Gross, $1,943.17 for...

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