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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 suspicious...

 

COURT REPORT

SUPERIOR COURT John F. Strohmaier, Judge Criminal Sentencings Thomas Henry S. Ellison III, 31, of Sprague, pleaded guilty Dec. 18 to second-degree possession of stolen property and second-degree theft in connection with crimes on April 19 and Nov....

 

PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS

Lincoln County Treasurer’s Office Curtis and Anita L. Boutain, Davenport, to Raymond L. Boutain, Almira – Tract 121, Hawk Creek Ranches Sec. 17, $0. Curtis and Anita L. Boutain, Davenport, to Randy and Theresa Sorensen, Spokane – undivided...

 

Christmas 2018 through the eyes of a child

What a month this has been. It’s hard to have a good Christmas when your spouse HATES the holiday. My seven-year-old Anabela started out the month beyond excited. Every day she would ask when are we decorating the tree. But the tree was locked in...

 

Board officers selected; levy discussed

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met Wednesday, December 19, following a workshop in the district office at 5:30 p.m. for the purpose of discussing athletic program participation numbers. Present were board chair Ed Deife; board...

 

First place in Lions Club lighting contest

Sam and Donna Mullens took first place in the 2018 Christmas lighting contest sponsored by the Odessa Lions Club. Their house and yard (front and back) on Sixth Avenue were filled with lights and...

 

Holiday updates, Christmases past and present, music around the city

[Editor’s note: Since The Record did not publish last week due to illness among the staff, we have included double submissions for the Harrington news.] Harrington news submission for 12-27-2018 By MAJORIE WOMACH Omission in the News Last week...

 

Tiger girls face difficult season but persevere

OHS Tigers girls succumb to the agility of the Valley Christian Panthers, losing 38 to 54. It was definitely a great effort on the part of the Tigers. Top scorers in the game were Caitlyn Schuh with...

 

OHS Tiger boys 8 and 0 as the wins keep coming

OHS Tigers pounced on the Valley Christian Panthers, winning the game by a score of 68 to14. Ryan Moffet seemed to have luck and skill on his side, again leading the team in points with a total of...

 

Whats your favorite "Go to" recipe lifesave?

Happy New Year! At this reading we are three or four days into 2019. School and work schedules have resumed and meals must be prepared to fuel day to day activities. Some folks have made New Years...

 

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