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Articles from the February 8, 2018 edition

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Voters getting late ballots

Software error prevented transmission of some licensing information to election officials OLYMPIA — Approximately 14 county voters will receive late ballots via first class mail this week for the February 13 special election, due to a software...

 

Odessa's newest business has open house

Hinrichs Trading Company opened its doors to the Odessa community and to potential growers of garbanzo beans (also known as chickpeas) on January 31 at the Odessa Industrial Park. The Hinrichs family...

 

IRS phone scams, and others, surface again

An advisory put out by the Grant County Sheriff’s Office has reported that the IRS phone scam is popping up again locally. It (and other similar scams) will likely continue to plague citizens. More often than not, there isn’t much law...

 

Basin group pushes for more infrastructure

The Columbia Basin Development League has requested that U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke include the current phase of Columbia Basin Project development in any future infrastructure package considered by the Administration. In a...

 

My first visit with LuLu at the Carlson family farm

On January 20, I finally saw LuLu for the first time since that cold morning of December 28, when the first thing I did was check to make sure she had survived the night. That Saturday morning I went...

 

February 4 trapshooting results for Marlin/Odessa

The Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition, sponsored by the Spokesman Review newspaper of Spokane, completed week four on Sunday, January 28. Marlin Gun Club The Marlin Gun Club had 62 participants shoot on Sunday, February 4. Of those 62...

 

Dean's List students at EWU

Earning the distinction of being named to the Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University were Odessa students Jacob DeWulf, Garrison Schmierer and Carley Williams all of Odessa. Jacob Montgomery of Harrington also made the EWU Dean’s...

 

HS girls basketball

Harrington On February 5, the Tiger girls defeated Harrington in a playoff game played at home in Odessa. The Harrington Panthers, having returned to their original red and black colors, were...

 

HS boys basketball

Scheduled to play Inchelium on this past Tuesday here in Odessa, playoff officials were scrambling with a last-minute problem. A half-dozen or so of the Inchelium players became academically...

 

JH boys basketball

In junior-high basketball action against Springdale on January 25, the young Tiger boys won all three of their games. The varsity squad won 47-19, the junior-varsity won 43-21 and the C-squad...

 

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 who report possible...

 

Harrington news

PDA January 23, a group from the Harrington Public Development Authority met at the Post & Office to participate in a presentation via Zoom to the Wash. State Senate Economic Development & International Trade Committee in Olympia. Harrington’s PDA...

 

Letter to the Editor: Local job fair coming to Rolling Thunder Pizza

To the Editor: Nate here. I have never felt so optimistic as today for the Town of Odessa that I love. We just stepped up to local and regional deliveries. We are actually looking and talking about franchise opportunities. Contact me if interested....

 

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