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Articles from the February 14, 2019 edition

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 By Dyanne Deering    School

Girls get first-round district win over VC

On Tuesday, February 5, the Lady Tigers fought valiantly against the Selkirk Rangers, but the Rangers were able to pull out the win, 40 to 32. McKennah Davison was the high scorer for the Tigers with a total of 11 points. She was... — Updated 2/20/2020


Court Report

Superior Court John F. Strohmaier, Judge Civil Judgment Angela M. Bowers, of Harrington, must return $332.41 in overpaid benefits to the Washington State Employment Security Department. Juvenile Offender Disposition Steven A. Molsb... — Updated 2/19/2019


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... — Updated 2/19/2019

 By Laura Estes    Community

Recipes for an extended soup season

Soup weather has carried over into February. I asked Welcome to My Kitchen Facebook followers their favorite soup to prepare on cold winter days. Several mentioned taco and potato.... — Updated 2/19/2019


Helen Marie Winter

Helen Marie Winter passed away peacefully on February 7, 2019, at the Odessa Nursing Home, Odessa, Washington. Helen and her twin sister, Hazel were born October 21, 1926, to Henry... — Updated 2/19/2019


Loretta Jean Greenwalt Schoonover

Loretta Jean Greenwalt Schoonover went to our Lord on Tuesday, November 20, 2019 with her daughter Mary Ann (Punkie) at her side. She was residing at DeSansos Assisted Living in... — Updated 2/19/2019


Artic blast, frigid temps, snow at last

By TERRIE SCHMIDT-CROSBY After a very mild start to the cold season, Old Man Winter decided suddenly to get serious, sending an Arctic blast to the Pacific Northwest. Even the west... — Updated 2/19/2019


Stephen Paul Zagelow

Stephen Paul Zagelow 76, of Olympia passed away January 22, 2019. Steve was born to William Fredrick and Vera (Weber) Zagelow, March 26, 1943 in Odessa. He graduated from Odessa... — Updated 2/19/2019


Virginia Irene Giese

Virginia Irene Giese, 93, longtime Moses Lake resident, passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, February 1, 2019. She was preceded in death by infant twin daughters, her... — Updated 2/19/2019

 By Terri King    News

FBLA: 17 teams place at conference, 10 get first

Odessa High School’s chapter of Future Business Leaders of America celebrated FBLA Week with many fun activities. Sophomore class president Pilot Weishaar received a pie in the face from junior class president Ryan Moffet as... — Updated 2/18/2019



Just a reminder, the next open date for the Odessa Food Bank is Thursday, February 21, from 1:30-3 p.m. and from 5 - 6 p.m., at 111 E. First Ave., the alley entrance to Foursquare Church.... — Updated 2/18/2019

 By Emma Scher    Opinion

SB 5735 would assume kids under 14 incapable of committing crimes

• More than 3,000 12- to 14-year-olds were charged with crimes in Washington state over the last six years • Bill would presume this age group incapable of committing crime in an effort to keep more juveniles out of detention... — Updated 2/18/2019

 By Dyanne Deering    School

Odessa boys win playoff match-up, first district round

On Wednesday February 6, the OHS Tigers took the sting out of the Inchelium Hornets. The Tigers squashed the Hornets 98 to 49. The MaxPreps Odessa Player of the Game, Ryan “The Machine” Moffet led the team in points with a... — Updated 2/18/2019

 By Madeline Coats    Opinion

Lawmakers seek solution to state's homeless crisis

• Bill would allow homeless people to survive in public without fear of obstruction • Law prohibits discrimination based on housing status A group of 11 Democratic lawmakers aims to address the rights of homeless people and... — Updated 2/18/2019


Six area hospitals join forces to found Grand Columbia Health Alliance

MOSES LAKE – Grand Columbia Health Alliance (Alliance) is pleased to announce that six central Washington hospitals have founded a new healthcare partnership. The six founding members in the Alliance are Columbia Basin Hospital... — Updated 2/18/2019


New leadership for Opera House Society, Tri-County economic development

HOHS The Harrington Opera House Society met for its first meeting under new president Ellen Evans at the helm. As a newer member to our community and to the Society, she was well prepared to chair her first meeting. Present were... — Updated 2/18/2019


Writer objects to lack of enforcement by sheriffs

To the Editor: Initiative 1639, a broad set of firearms restrictions, was approved by the voters last year. Effective as of January 1 of this year, the age for firearms purchases was raised to 21. Rest of the law takes effect July... — Updated 2/18/2019


Measles protocol urged by healthcare officials

Lincoln Hospital and Clinics, along with Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center, the Lincoln County Health Department and the Washington State Department of Health are asking people to stay home if they are showing signs of measles.... — Updated 2/18/2019


Trapshooters persevere in frigid cold and snow

The Spokesman-Review’s Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition completed week 6 of competition on February 10, 2019. The Marlin and Odessa Gun Clubs participate in trap shooting from their respective locations but combine their sc... — Updated 2/18/2019


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