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Love – The Odessa Record "By Your Relative"

Odessa Record subscriber Larry Fisher of Spokane continues his series of articles on the history of the Batum/Lauer area where his wife, the former Joyce Kiesz, grew up. Hi, here I am again. It’s a Sunday in May, 1980, the Mt.... — Updated 1/24/2017

 

Court Report

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... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Varsity boys win 2, lose 1 in basketball action

Wellpinit The Titan varsity boys lost to Wellpinit at home in Odessa Tuesday, January 10, by a final score of 70-77. Ryan Moffet led all scorers with 41 points, but it was not... — Updated 1/23/2017

 
 By Jeffery Wehr    School

Odessa High School Science and Engineering Peer Choice Awards

Over the past few weeks before the winter break, Odessa High School and Junior High School students were busy conducting independent science research entitled the Second Quarter... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Tribute

Charles (Chuck) Alfred Carnes passed away peacefully at 9 a.m. on January 7, 2017, at the age of 81 years. Born in Pasco on May 21, 1935, to Alfred and Pearl Carnes, Chuck passed... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Singer and Shockley on CCS honor roll

The fall 2016 honor roll list at Spokane Community College includes more than 2,300 students who must earn a 3.0 grade-point average or higher. Dylan Shockley and Daren Foley of Harrington and Caleb Singer of Odessa are local-area... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Titan girls win one, lose two in last week's action

Wellpinit At home in Odessa Tuesday, January 10, the Titan girls lost to Wellpinit by a final score of 55-81. O-H 16 19 6 14     55 Wellp 19 14 17 31     81 Maleah Davison led the Titan offense with... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

The Year in Review

July Dr. Linda Powell, having served Odessa and its vicinity for the past 24 years, had given her notice to the Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center and was celebrated on June 30 in the hospital atrium. She and her husband Steven... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Community-wide meeting requested by Odessa Chamber

The Odessa Chamber of Commerce, at its most recent meeting on January 10, held another lengthy discussion of its financial situation. As the Odessa Deutschesfest continues to decline in popularity, despite valiant efforts by the... — Updated 1/23/2017

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News

Harrington news

City Council Mayor Haas opened the meeting Wednesday evening, with all members present: Richard Becker, Michael Cronrath, Peter Davenport, Levi Schenk and Justin Slack. Also present were Bunny Haugan, city clerk, Scott McGowan,... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Warnick leads ag, water, development committee

The 2017 legislative session began last week with Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, continuing to lead the Senate committee that addresses agricultural, water and economic-development issues. She also has been promoted to the... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Odessa and Harrington students on Dean's List

The Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University is released after every fall, winter and spring quarter. An undergraduate student who earns 12 quality hours and receives a grade-point average of 3.5 or better is placed on the... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Ask Dr. Universe

Dear Dr. Universe: Why are whales so large? – Hannah, Grand Island, Neb. Dear Hannah, Of all the whales that live in the sea, the largest are blue whales. In fact, blue whales are the biggest known animals to have ever lived on... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

1/15 results for Marin, Odessa Gun Clubs

Last Sunday’s shooters at the Odessa and Marlin Gun Clubs were very cold, but they nevertheless participated in week two of the annual Spokesman-Review regional trapshooting contest. Odessa No shooters achieved a perfect 25, but... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Letter to the Editor: Wealthy military Trump appointees defended

A large number of peole in the media world are unhappy because Mr. Trump is selecting too many generals and wealthy people for his cabinet. Please stop and think about this! Mr. Trump is far more intelligent than what he displayed... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Legislation reintroduces 'Academic Bill of Rights'

A bill introduced by Rep. Matt Manweller that would increase State Need Grant opportunities by limiting how much money goes to more expensive, private institutions received a public hearing in the House Higher Education Committee... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Website blog: Reader's comment

Marvin was a good friend and supporter when I was stationed in Odessa with the Washington State Patrol. I enjoyed and respected all of the Fink family. Odessa and Lincoln County have lost a true patriot. RIP, my good friend.... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Small biz rights get bipartisan support

OLYMPIA, Jan. 18, 2017—The goal is clear and simple: “Identify what rights or protections, if any, a small-business owner has when selected for audit, inspection, or other agency enforcement action and how those rights or prote... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

Water group confirms its new executive committee

In December, the Columbia Basin Development League’s Board of Trustees voted on recommendations from the League’s nominating committee, confirming a slate of trustees to serve on the 2017 executive committee. Kevin Lyle,... — Updated 1/23/2017

 

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