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Articles from the January 17, 2019 edition

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Future of float depends on community

The Odessa Chamber of Commerce has undergone the challenging task of creating an operating budget for 2019. As revenues remain flat and expenses continue to rise, we have been forced to make additional budget cuts. In 2018, we... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story



March The Odessa High School boys basketball team took fourth place at the state 1B tournament in Spokane last week after a grueling post-season of play. Two Odessa boys earned... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story

 By Duane Pitts    Opinion

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Guest editorial:

Homelessness, like poverty, is not a choice. Society creates the circumstances for both to exist, sometimes side by side. In other words, the misery experienced by the homeless and the poor is cruel and needless except to those... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story

 By Dyanne Deering    News

Finding homes for four-legged friends

It's amazing how one person can flip your whole world upside down. Just one call made life in the Deering home sad, stressed and hectic. Our landlord of about 13 years for my husband and 10 years for me, called on Friday and said... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story

 By Dyanne Deering    School

Tiger girls get another win, but lose two more

On January 8, the Lady Tigers played the Wellpinit Redskins in Odessa. The Redskins subdued the Lady Tigers by a score of 56 - 46. The Tigers are now 2 - 7 for the season. McKennah Davison was the high scorer in the game with a... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story


FBLA window campaign for OTH making progress

Replacing the 22 single-pane wood-frame windows in the Old Town Hall is the goal of Odessa High School FBLA’s current Window Campaign, says FBLA advisor Terri King. The students have been approaching businesses, organizations... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story


Sheriff's Report

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... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story


Court Report

SUPERIOR COURT John F. Strohmaier, Judge Criminal Sentencings Richard Deno Denison, 39, of Fruitland, pleaded guilty Jan. 8 to two counts of residential burglary, three counts of theft of a firearm and two counts of unlawful... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story


Property Transactions

Lincoln County Treasurer JC Farm LLC, Grand Coulee, to Stephanee L. Chapman (personal representative, estate of Cheryl N. Chapman), Spokane – portions of Sec. 26 and 27, T28N, R31E, $0. JC Farm LLC, Grand Coulee, to Joseph... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story

 By Laura Estes    Community

Sticky popcorn, dipping sauce, salad and bread

Welcome to My Kitchen Facebook page has been quite active since launch the end of December. Each week I plan to post pictures from the test drive of column recipes and other kitchen... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story

 By Marjorie Womach    News

HOHS, Community Forum meet; city groups gear up for action in new year

HOHS Monday, January 7, the Harrington Opera House Society held their first meeting of the year with Ed Haugan, Linda Wagner, Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Gordon and Billie Herron, Marge Womach, Karen Robertson, Carol, Becky Moeller... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story

 By Dyanne Deering    School

Tigers 10-0 after another week of lop-sided games

Tuesday, January 8, the OHS Tigers took on the Wellpinit Redskins in Odessa. The Tigers wiped out the Redskins 69 - 44, making the Tigers 10 - 0 on the season. Ryan “the machine” Moffet was at it again with 31 points in the... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story


Second week of trapshooting contest shows better results

The second week of the Spokesman-Review’s Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition was held Sunday, January 13, 2019. The Marlin and Odessa Gun Clubs participate in trap shooting from their respective locations but combine their sc... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story


New police chief sworn in Monday

Monday night's meeting of the Odessa Town Council included the swearing in of the town's new police chief Brent Dell by Mayor Bill Crossley. The meeting was followed by a "meet and... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story


Loren J. Totusek

Loren J. Totusek passed away January 8, 2019, at the Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center in Odessa at the age of 82. He was born August 1, 1936 on the family farm to Frank and Ruby... — Updated 1/19/2019 Full story


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