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Odessa to face Naselle for 1B championship

The Odessa Tigers will defend their football championship title against Naselle next Saturday, December 7, in a game to start at noon in Tacoma at Mt. Tahoma Stadium after Odessa overwhelmed the...

 

Football Odessa defeats Selkirk Rangers last Friday, 82-24

Undefeated Selkirk fell to the Tigers last Friday evening at Quincy High School in a neutral playoff game. Despite the cold temperature and the fog that blanketed the field by the end of the contest,...

 

Tiger girls win 2, lose 2, wind up fourth at state

By TERRIE SCHMIDT-CROSBY Three Rivers Christian The Tiger volleyball team faced their first opponents, Three Rivers Christian of Longview, in the Yakima Sundome at 8 a.m. Thursday morning, November 14...

 

Volleyball team takes fourth place at state

The Tiger volleyball team wound up in fourth place in last week's state tournament played at the Sundome in Yakima. On Thursday, the first day of the tournament, the team won their first game played...

 

Tigers shut out Colton, Selkirk Rangers up next

The Tigers defeated Colton last Friday evening at home in Odessa in a very uneven match-up (as all their contests have been all season). Od 46 14 7 6 73 Col 0 0 0 0 0 Freshman Anthony Elder led the...

 

November 5 election results

Complete results of the November 5 general election are given below. In the Odessa races there were no upsets, and incumbents easily retained their seats. Of the 7,434 registered voters in Lincoln...

 

Veterans honored for service to country

The Veterans Day dinner sponsored by VFW Post #7395 and American Legion Post #105 was held Monday evening in the social hall of Heritage Church. Legion member Bob Kissler was emcee for the event,...

 

Tigers win 3 matches in one day, going to state

Republic The Tiger volleyball team played at peak performance last Saturday, November 9, in District play at Northwest Christian High School. Against the other Tigers in the league, the Odessa Tigers...

 

Halloween had downtown businesses hopping

The Odessa Chamber of Commerce and the Odessa High School chapter of Future Farmers of America joined forces again this year to provide wholesome activities in the community center for anyone who...

 

Win over W/C Wildcats leaves Tigers in #1 spot

Against the Wilbur/Creston Wildcats in Wilbur last Friday, November 1, the Odessa Tigers produced another lop-sided win to remain undefeated this year. Od 48 6 6 6 66 W/C 0 0 0 8 8 Senior Jakob...

 

Town proposes budget, raises water rates

This past month’s town council meetings were handled rather quickly, and both adjourned in well under an hour. On October 14, a public hearing was held regarding closeout of the General Sewer Plan...

 

Homecoming week celebrated at school

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library Wednesday, October 23, for their regular monthly meeting, preceded by a workshop in the district office at 5:30...

 

Volleyball - Tigers fall to ACH but rally to beat Wellpinit

ACH The Tiger volleyball team fell to Almira-Coulee-Hartline Tuesday, October 22, at home in Odessa in three straight games. ACH 25 25 25 3 Od 9 17 20 0 McKennah Davison led the Tiger offense with...

 

Football - Tigers stomp Warriors; season record now 7-0

The Tiger fans were expecting a much closer game last Friday, October 25, when the Almira-Coulee-Hartline Warriors came to Finney Field. The two undefeated teams went head to head, with Odessa...

 

Editorial

In response to Traig Weishaar’s letter to the editor this week, we would like to call attention to our original reporting on May 23, 2019, in which we covered the presentation by the HempTech...

 

Hemp plant deal falls through at last minute

Monday night’s meeting of the Odessa Public Development Authority produced unwelcome news for the Odessa community. The pending sale of the former biodiesel plant on Railway Avenue to an investor...

 

Tiger team returns to form against Shockers

The Odessa Tiger football team returned to its winning ways following its bye week October 11. Against the Waterville/Mansfield Shockers, the Tigers had little trouble shutting out the opposing team....

 

Varsity Winning streak grows with defeat of Republic, Curlew

Republic The Republic Tigers faced the Odessa Tigers last Saturday, October 12, in Republic and the Odessa squad came out on top, 3-0. It was a pretty close catfight, as the scores show. Od 25 25 25 3...

 

Tigers have a bye week

The Odessa Tiger football team got a much deserved rest last week after pummeling their opponents of the previous several weeks. The Tigers remain ranked at the #1 spot for B1 schools playing 8-man...

 

JV team members also win vs. Republic and Curlew

Republic The junior-varsity team also won its game against Republic Saturday, playing two games out of three. Od 25 25 2 Rep 12 13 0 Freshman Grace Nelson led the team in kills with eight and also...

 

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...

 

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