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Articles from the January 15, 2015 edition

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The Year in Review

The year in review highlights the main events that took place during each of the months of 2014 as reported in The Odessa Record. June and July are provided here, with more to follow over the next few weeks. June A recent disaster designation due to...

 

Overdoses from prescription pain medications

Deaths from prescription pain medication in Washington seem to be leveling off. According to the Washington State Department of Health, after an eightfold increase the prior decade, the overdose rate in Washington has declined by 29 percent between...

 

Welcome to my Kitchen

Bleak January weather invites warm savory cooking, and the season of Bowl Games calls for flavorful menus. Canned or frozen pumpkin forms the base for this week’s menu. Pumpkin can thicken a soup or add creamy texture to desserts and bread....

 

Harrington News

Tuesday evening,, Jan 6, at 6:30 p.m. the Harrington Historic Preservation Commission, (HHPC) met with the following in attendance: Jay Gossett, Paul and Peggy Charlton, Aileen Sweet, Celeste Miller, Marge Womach, Karen Allen, Lindsey Harder and...

 

Odessa Gun Club results

On January 11, shooting 25 was Deric Schmierer. Shooting 24 were Jared Praetorius, Jim Smith, Hunter Bramer, William Mann, Jon Fink and Brady Gies. Markham Nichols, Tom Schuh, Traig Weishaar, Landon Lobe, Daniel Mann, Nick Tebow and Bill Weber shot...

 

Ag Expo/Farm Forum in Feb.

The 2015 Spokane Ag Expo and Pacific Northwest Farm Forum scheduled for February 3-5, 2015 at the newly expanded Spokane Convention Center Complex convenes in less than three weeks. The largest farm machinery show in the Inland Northwest will host...

 
 By COOPER INVEEN    News    January 15, 2015

Another shot at pot

Two years after Washington voters ended pot prohibition, lawmakers are wading through a thicket of proposed reforms that aim to stabilize an industry struggling to get off the ground. “Right now I call it the wild, wild west,” Senate Democratic...

 

EDC child-care survey shows need

A recent survey on child care and its impact on employment confirmed what Lincoln Hospital District 3 and the Bureau of Reclamation already know – a lack of child care services in Lincoln County makes it difficult to recruit and retain employees. B...

 

Three wins in one week for boys Titan basketball

St. John-Endicott On January 6, the Titan boys played a home game in Harrington againt St. John-Endicott. The O-H boys won by a score of 63-40, Carsen Weber wielding the hot shooting hand for the...

 

Titan girls win two of three games played last week

St. John-Endicott The January 6 game against St. John-Endicott was played in Harrington and represented another squeaker of a one-point loss. The final score was O-H 43 and SJE 44. O-H 11 6 16 10 43...

 

Markus Smith, Nick Tebow make SCC fall honor roll

The fall honor roll list at Spokane Community College includes more than 2,500 students. To receive honor roll status, students must earn a 3.0 grade point average or higher. Both Markus Smith and Nicholas Tebow of Odessa were named to the honor...

 

Honoring King for efforts on behalf of working poor

In 1967, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. proposed his vision for America in his book Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? He challenged those in political and religious power to eliminate poverty once and for all. That gauntlet has yet to...

 

Titan Pride

Titan Pride recipients for December were Mya Ford, Charleigh Cornett, Macey Singer in the back row and Zoe Reninger, Jose Zaragoza and Hunter Kramer in the front row. Missing from the photo are Lily...

 

Marlin Gun Club Results

Shooting 25 were: Dave Asker, Mark Edwins and Carmen Eckhart. Ken Eckhart and Mark Iksic both shot 24. Shooting 23 were: Mick Christ and Dave Lang. Shooting 22 were: Austin Nelson, Kemper Reynalds, Dennis Klemmer, Dan Asker, Cody Follett, Kaden...

 

Court Report

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...

 

Rock Doc

My scientific training tells me that the days are getting a little bit longer now. And I do believe that. But my spirits say it remains dark awfully long into the morning and the sun surely sets early in the afternoon. Even if you aren’t affected...

 

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