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Articles from the October 6, 2016 edition

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Menno Country Auction draws a hungry crowd

The Mennonite Country Auction held last Saturday drew a large crowd to the country church located about 11 miles outside of Odessa. People came from far and wide to sample the... — Updated 10/6/2016

 
 By Laura Estes    Community

Welcome to my Kitchen

October officially begins the baking season on my calendar. Frosty mornings and cool days invite the warming of the kitchen with the heat and aromas of freshly baked breads,... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

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 w... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

Ask Dr. Universe

How do spiders make silk? Also, sometimes spiders hang down from the ceiling, when they climb back up, where does the silk go? –Johnny, 8, Pullman, WA. Dear Johnny, Spiders can do some amazing things with their sticky, stretchy... — Updated 10/6/2016

 
 By Wade W. Magers    Opinion

Sheriff asks for public safety support

Public safety is one of the core needs and single most important services that county government is obligated to deliver. When citizens dial 9-1-1, they have an expectation that a... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

This is National 4-H Week

October is the time of year for fall leaves, pumpkins and clover. 4-H clovers that is! Many 4-H clubs reorganize for the new 4-H year in the fall. More than six million young people across the country celebrate National 4-H Week,... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

BBCC ag department improvements

The agriculture department at Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake has recently made improvements to its curriculum: • A new position was added in June, agricultural education instructor/coordinator. Landra Kosa will be... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

O-H volleyball team tops Valley Christian by 3-1

The O-H high school volleyball team overcame Valley Christian in Harrington on September 29. The Titans won this one three games to one. O-H 25 24 24 25 3 VC 12 18 26 16 1 Ty Evers of O-H again led the team in kills with 15.... — Updated 10/6/2016

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News

Harrington news

Elevator, grand piano dedicated The Harrington Opera House Society held its gala celebration and dedication of the recently installed elevator and Boston grand piano designed by... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

O-H Titans win over Wellpinit by 70-6 score

The Titan football team chalked up another lopsided win last Friday in an away contest against Wellpinit. Gaven Elder led off the O-H scoring with a 26-yard run for a touchdown,... — Updated 10/6/2016

 
 By Rob Coffman    Opinion

Commish's Corner

The Board of Lincoln County Commissioners recently adopted Resolution 16-21, setting a policy that union employee contract negotiations will be conducted in open public meetings. Th... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

School board

The Odessa School Board held a budget workshop in the district office at 6:30 p.m. on September 28 to review policies and procedures, followed by a regularly scheduled monthly meeting in the high school library at 7 p.m. Attending... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

Odessa Open held Sunday

The Odessa Open, the state-sanctioned horseshoes tournament held last Saturday at the Finney Field horseshoe pits had 14 players competing for awards in two classes of play. In the... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

Corrections

Additional names have come to light of those who helped with the Kid Zone entertainment venue during Fest. Faye King was one of those helpers as well as Pam Suchland and her sister Jackie. Due to a reporter's error, the names of... — Updated 10/6/2016

 

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