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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 3/29/2018


Wizard of Oz showcases local talent

Last week's performance of the Wizard of Oz musical by Odessa students was a very successful event. Wednesday's performances, one during the school day and one in the evening, were... — Updated 3/29/2018

 By Marjorie Womach    News

Harrington news

Harrington Public Development Authority Heather Slack, president, opened the 7 p.m. March 20 meeting of the Harrington Public Development Authority with Bunny Haugan, Paul... — Updated 3/29/2018


FBLA assits older members of community

Improving the lives of Odessa senior citizens has been the focus of FBLA's community service project. Thanks to a $2,500 prize from Spokane Teacher's Credit Union, the Odessa FBLA... — Updated 3/29/2018


Jacqueline Y. Eide

Strong in her faith in her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Jacqueline Y. Eide, age 86, passed away to her heavenly home on March 19, 2018 in Spokane (formerly of Odessa). A loving... — Updated 3/29/2018


Susan I. Lyons

Susan I. Lyons, aged 71, passed away on Friday March 16, 2018 from complications associated with dementia and the flu. Her final hours were spent at home, surrounded by family.... — Updated 3/29/2018


White Knuckle, Frostbite live up to their names

Last weekend's motocross racing took place south of town on sagebrush-covered land in weather more winter-like than it had been just a few weeks before. It was also windy, which... — Updated 3/29/2018


Delzer Falls puts on springtime show

Spring runoff is in evidence with the awakening of Delzer Falls just a few miles northwest of Odessa between Pacific Lake and Bob’s Lakes, which also remained filled with water.... — Updated 3/29/2018


Casey Schlomer joining United States Air Force

Casey Schlomer is the daughter of Joe (and Gina) Schlomer and Amy (and Kevin) Schaefer. She is a 2016 graduate of Odessa High School and has now decided to join the U.S. Air Force.... — Updated 3/29/2018

 By Laura Estes    Community

Welcome to My Kitchen

This week we have an assortment of culinary odds and ends, some with Easter dinner in mind, others, answers to recipe requests and cooking inquiries. Often it is a little trick or... — Updated 3/29/2018



The baseball season got off to a great start for the Tigers, as their first five games brought them five straight victories. Medical Lake Against Medical Lake, a school in the 1A... — Updated 3/29/2018


Quilting event hosts 90 visitors to Odessa on 3/19

Monday, March 19, Fronen Steppdecker, The Odessa Quilt Club, hosted their 23rd Annual Quilt Til You Wilt, one-day retreat at the Odessa Community Center. The 90 participants came from around the state, some from as far way as... — Updated 3/29/2018


Dan Gettman

Dan (Danny) Gettman passed away March 7 at his home in Bellevue. He had recently celebrated his 74th birthday and the 44th anniversary of marriage to his wife, Janet Shilliam Gettman. He is survived by his wife Jan and his two... — Updated 3/29/2018


HS track & field

The first track and field meet of the season took place last Saturday in Ephrata, where schools large and small competed in the Ray Cross Invitational. Besides our own Odessa Tigers... — Updated 3/29/2018


Class offered in hospital's Guild Room

Officer Garrett Marvin, from the Spokane enforcement office of the State Liquor and Cannabis Board, will be in Odessa April 3 at 11 a.m. to give an in-service session on safe practices by alcohol servers. As we neglected to state... — Updated 3/29/2018


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