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Lady Tigers beat Warriors

ODESSA- The Lady Tigers swept the Almira-Coulee-Hartline Warriors on Thursday, Sept. 22. The home conference game lasted just over an hour and was highly competitive. Odessa won... — Updated 9/30/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News 

New fellowship started at Odessa Health Clinic

ODESSA – The Memorial Healthcare Clinic announced Lourdes Benitez is starting a new fellowship and welcomed back interim CEO Emmett Schuster. Benitez started at OMHC in early... — Updated 9/30/2022


New library board to hold first meeting

HARRINGTON – City Council members Stephen Hardy, Joe Armand and David Buddrius met to choose a newly formed Library Board on Monday, Sept. 19. Denisa Holling was elected the President after a discussion and vote by others... — Updated 9/29/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Warrant issued for husband of woman likely found near Sprague

SPRAGUE-A body was found eight miles northwest of Sprague, Thursday, Sept. 22. The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office received the call at 12:30 p.m. The body is believed to be that... — Updated 9/23/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Body found near Sprague

SPRAGUE-A body was found eight miles Northwest of Sprague, Thursday, Sept.22. Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office received the call at 12:30 p.m. The body is believed to be that of a missing Moses Lake woman. Teresa Bergman was... — Updated 9/23/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Harry McCartney awarded Citizen of the Year

HARRINGTON- Citizen of the Year is presented annually to an individual whose volunteerism, outstanding service and dedication have made a significant contribution to the community.... — Updated 9/22/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Well overflows stopped in Harrington

HARRINGTON- Mayor Jess Silhan said there were no artesian wells flowing in the streets or parking streets at the City Council meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 14. “That’s been months,” Silhan said. “I can’t tell you there’s... — Updated 9/22/2022


Sausage Slaughter

ODESSA–The Sausage Bowl ended abruptly due to a forfeit by the Mary Walker Chargers of Springdale on Friday, Sept. 16 after Odessa jumped to a 68-0 lead with 4:20 left in the... — Updated 9/22/2022


Tigers make fierce comeback

ODESSA- The Lady Tigers had a comeback after losing the first two sets at a home game against the Waterville/Mansfield Shockers on Tuesday, Sept. 20. A non-league game that was... — Updated 9/22/2022


Local Deutschesfest prep continues

ODESSA- The community gathered at Christ Lutheran Church on September 6, 7 and 8 to make over 500 apple strudel to sell at Deutschesfest. Volunteers helped lay down hay in the commu... — Updated 9/16/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

FBLA awarded Lead4Change grant

ODESSA- For the eighth year in a row, Odessa High School FBLA has won a prize in the Lead4Change Challenge sponsored by the David Leadership Foundation. This year, the group won... — Updated 9/16/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

IIG business agreement approved

ODESSA- The IIG business agreement was approved at the Town Council meeting on Monday, Sept. 12. Steve Nelson, Lawyer Mark DeWulf and Public Works Director Anthony Paszkeicz and the Town Council have been reviewing the agreement... — Updated 9/16/2022


Tigers excited for Sausage Bowl

ODESSA- The Tigers are ready for another home game against Springdale in the annual Sausage Bowl over Deutschesfest weekend on Friday, Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. Coach Jeff Nelson said the team is looking solid and was pleased over their... — Updated 9/16/2022


Lady Tigers lose first match

ODESSA- The Lady Tigers faced the Lind-Ritzville/Sprague Lady Broncs for their first non-league match on Thursday, Sept. 8. Odessa opened with a powerful defense in the first set... — Updated 9/16/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Odessa School District welcomes Mandy Lewis

ODESSA- Odessa School District welcomes Mandy (Hardung) Lewis as their new Junior High/ High School Secretary. Lewis stepped into the position after Chris Crossley announced her... — Updated 9/8/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Community starts prep for 51st annual Deutschesfest

ODESSA- The Chamber of Commerce and several volunteers are hard at work preparing for the upcoming Deutchesfest weekend on Sept. 15- 18. The Chamber of Commerce and community member... — Updated 9/8/2022


Tigers open with strong win over Liberty Bell

ODESSA- The Tigers, largely considered a state title favorite this season, met the Liberty Bell Mountain Lions in their first game of the season during a sunny Friday evening Sept.... — Updated 9/8/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

School district returns to normal

ODESSA- Superintendent John Bruce said he is looking forward to a sense of normalcy after the pandemic at the school board meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 24. “The kids get to experience education as it’s supposed to be,” Bruce sa... — Updated 9/1/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

County receives water grant

ODESSA-The Lincoln County Conservation District (LCCD) was awarded a federal Bureau of Reclamation WaterSMART grant for municipal water sources and other stakeholders to build on... — Updated 8/25/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Police chief issues warning

ODESSA- Police Chief Les Jimerson said he saw about 40 cars parked facing the wrong way while patrolling last week at the Town Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 22. Jimerson is starting to write citations for vehicles parked in the... — Updated 8/25/2022


Tigers return to the field

ODESSA- The Tigers return to the football field after injuries to four players started the halt in their championship year. The four players returning for their senior year are... — Updated 8/25/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Quick action saves home

A fire on Second Street was started due to an electrical issue Thursday, Aug. 11. The Odessa Fire Department received a call just after 7 p.m. A fire started in one garage and... — Updated 8/19/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Harrington receives grant for water leak

HARRINGTON- Mayor Jess Silhan announced the city received a grant of $750,700 from the Washington State Department of Ecology at the City Council meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 10. In the middle of June a concerned citizen came to... — Updated 8/19/2022

 By Ashley Parkinson    News

Groundwater levels on steady decline

ODESSA- Groundwater levels in Lincoln County are declining due to various predicaments. In 2021 The Washington State Department of Ecology and Office of Columbia River provided funds to the Lincoln County Conservation District.... — Updated 8/19/2022


Sidewalk sale offers treats

HARRINGTON – Third Street was full of treats, sidewalk art, books and sunshine at the Summer Sidewalk sale on Aug. 6. Harrington PTA and Carolyn Mattozzi sponsored the sidewalk chalk art contest on Aug. 5. The contest was open... — Updated 8/11/2022


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