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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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Enrollment down some, otherwise school off to good start this year

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library September 25, 2019 at 6 p.m. Attending were board chair Ed Deife; board members Heather Valverde, Chris Crossley, J...

 

Meet the candidates:

General election, November 5, 2019 This is the final week of information on the various candidates running for office in Odessa. The Record learned last week that Marcus Horak, Joe Schlomer and Bill...

 

Pateros falls to Tigers in another shutout for OHS

The Pateros Billygoats were no match for the Tigers at home in Odessa last Thursday evening, September 26. Marcus King dominated the Tiger offense, making five touchdowns, three rushing, one...

 

Volleyball Tigers defeat LRSWK and Davenport both 3-1

LRSWK On September 17, the Tiger volleyball team played a non-conference home game versus Lind-Ritzville-Sprague-Washtucna-Kahlotus, pulling out a hard fought 3-1 victory. Maddy Wagner led the Tigers...

 

Football Tigers shut out Liberty Bell in the Sausage Bowl

The Liberty Bell Mountain Lions of Winthrop, Wash.faced the Odessa Tigers in last Friday’s Sausage Bowl. This cat fight went in favor of the striped Tigers, as they allowed not a single TD against...

 

Welcome to the 49th Deutschesfest

Once Odessa had expanded from a mere railway stop with an adjacent general store to a thriving community, it has had a fall celebration in order to mark the completion of the harvest, the end of summe...

 

Meet the candidates: Victoria Iverson vs. Tami Smith

General election on November 5, 2019 This week, The Record continues its series on candidates running for positions in town government as they present their views on various topics of interest to Odes...

 

Odessa FFA takes third in tractor driving contest

Odessa High School sophomores Kaedin Schorzman and Nathan Melcher took third in the Adams County Fair tractor driving competition held Friday, September 13, in Ritzville. More than 20 teams competed...

 

Tigers drop 3 straight in match loss to ACH

The Tiger varsity girls volleyball team played a non-conference game Tuesday evening, September 10, versus ACH in Coulee City. Unlike the tournament play reported last week, in which each team played...

 

OHS Tigers overwhelm Bridgeport Mustangs

Friday the 13th was a very lucky day for the Odessa Tigers. Not that luck really had that much to do with it. The well-seasoned Tiger football team put together another powerful offense that...

 

Scramble to the finish, as Fest draws nearer

Odessa’s streets are to be swept this week and next, and the fire department will wash sidewalks Tuesday evening, Sept. 17, at 5 p.m. JonathINNs has a new bright yellow trailer from which it will...

 

Council approves water main

At its Monday evening regularly scheduled meeting, the Odessa Town Council heard from Patty Martin and Jackie Allen, organizers of the October 7 community candidate forum, that assistance with present...

 

Tigers win two, lose two at D-port tourney

The Gorilla Classic volleyball tournament was held in Davenport last Saturday, September 7. The Odessa Tigers achieved an even split, winning two matches against Lind-Ritzville and losing two to...

 

Tigers hammer Pomeroy in season opener on 9/6

The state champion Odessa Tigers football team has picked up right where it left off last season with a big win over Pomeroy, 76-8. The game was played in Pomeroy last Friday, September 6. Odessa 38...

 

Fest updates

Grannie BarBar reports that she and Jerry have just finished baking cookies for Fest and have put them in the freezer. They won’t start working on their fruit-filled breakfast rolls until the...

 

Meet the candidates: Amy Hunt vs. Joe Schlomer

General election on November 5, 2019 This week's issue of The Record continues a series of articles in which the candidates running for positions in town government have been interviewed and allowed...

 

Dogs and public works fill agenda

The Odessa Town Council met Monday evening in the public library for its regular meeting. Several visitors and interested citizens were present. Airport A supplemental airport agreement was approved...

 

Fest updates

Cabbage rolls were made August 8 by members of Heritage Church. Kraut ranzas were made by members of St. Joseph Catholic Church in early August. Pickles are being finished this week (made by ?). Strud...

 

Meet the candidates: Marlene Kramer vs. Bill Pichon

General election on November 5, 2019 The general election to be held November 5 of this year is fast approaching. As already announced previously in The Record, a community forum will be held October...

 

Fest updates

Horseshoe pitching Kathy Ratkowski, the sole surviving member of the Odessa Horseshoes Club, tells The Record that, unless a miracle happens, there will be no horseshoes event during Deutschesfest...

 

Good-bye to K-9 Sasha

At Monday evening’s meeting of the Odessa Town Council, Town Marshal Brent Dell reported that K-9 officer Sasha had recently undergone additional and more thorough health testing and was found to ha...

 

Wheat harvest winds down

The grain harvest in the immediate Odessa area is heading into its final stages this week. Although it was delayed by a week or two because of spring weather, this year’s harvest of wheat,...

 

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