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Articles from the March 15, 2018 edition

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Benefit for Michael Jeske

At the beginning of this school year, Michael Jeske, a member of the Odessa High School Class of 2000, experienced a relapse of the cancer (lymphoma) he was diagnosed with in 2011. At that time, he...

 

Town Council

Monday evening's meeting of the Odessa Town Council was preceded by a public hearing on the variance request by Randell and Willma Manley for building a new garage within the 10-foot setback line of t...

 
 By Linda Goodman    News    March 15, 2018

From skin-and-bones to pot-bellied pup, that's LuLu

Hey Odessa! I thought it was time to give you another update on LuLu, the brindle puppy found shortly after Christmas frozen to the ground, starving, so emaciated that even the word emaciated didn't...

 

Robert Leroi Schultz

Robert (Bob) Schultz would like to let you know his work here is done. He received a call, late afternoon on Sunday, March 4, 2018, while resting peacefully at the family farm where he was born and...

 

Welcome to My Kitchen

Spring officially begins March 20th. Snowdrops and crocus are blooming, birds are flitting about searching out nesting material. I pulled a few dry weeds and laid them on the garden path to pick up...

 

Meet your neighbors

My interview this week was within walking distance, just four blocks away from my home. But then anywhere you want to go in Odessa is within walking distance. The weather is beautiful, the birds are...

 

Natural hazard planning on March 27

DAVENPORT (March 12, 2018) – Lincoln County has launched a project to update the Hazard Mitigation Plan. The next planning meeting is open to the public and will take place on March 27, 2018, at 10 a.m. at the chambers of the Lincoln County...

 
 By Josh Kelety    Opinion    March 15, 2018

Legislators exempt selves from disclosure

When Governor Jay Inslee vetoed Senate Bill 6617 recently, he had some time to spare. But not much. The governor had until 11:59 p.m. to decide whether to sign the controversial bill, veto it entirely, partially veto it, or let it pass without his...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    March 15, 2018

Harrington news

Harrington Opera House Society Monday, March 5, the Harrington Opera House Society met at 7 p.m. with Sheryl and Mark Stedman, Billie and Gordon Herron, Carol, Karen Robertson, Bunny Haugan, Linda Wagner, Marge Womach and Stephen Hardy present....

 

This Week in Odessa History

100 years ago The Odessa Record March 15, 1918 Farmers expect bumper crop. Jubilant over reserve moisture now in ground. Over three feet of precipitation in stubble. No end in summer fallow: The...

 

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...

 

Exchange's statement on House Bill 2516

Pam MacEwan, CEO of the Washington Health Benefit Exchange, has issued the following statement on the signing of House Bill 2516: “The Washington Health Benefit Exchange applauds today’s signing of House Bill 2516 by Gov. Jay Inslee. “This stat...

 

Appeals court agrees with AG opinion

OLYMPIA — A three-judge state court of appeals panel today ruled that local jurisdictions have the authority to ban marijuana sales, agreeing with Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s arguments and a 2014 Attorney General Opinion. This is the first...

 

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