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School board

The Odessa School Board held a workshop in the superintendent’s office at 6:30 p.m. March 22 for the purpose of discussing the superintendent’s evaluation. Attending were superintendent Dan Read, board chairman Ed Deife, Heather Valverde, Chris...

 

White Knuckle, Frostbite races last weekend, Desert 100 coming Sunday

The conditions for last weekend's races put on by the Stumpjumpers Motorcycle Club on property south of town owned by Jerry and Ellen Schafer were not optimum. Recent rains left the ground wet and...

 

Remove studded tires by March 31 or face fines

OLYMPIA – Spring is here and that means drivers in Washington have until Friday, March 31, to remove their winter studded tires. The Washington State Department of Transportation reminds drivers that state law requires all studded tires to be...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    March 30, 2017

Harrington news

PDA activity The Harrington Public Development Authority met March 21 with the following present: Josh Steward, president; Allen Barth, vice-president; Bunny Haugan, secretary; plus Heather Slack,...

 

McMorris Rodgers says she backs Trump agenda

To the Editor: She said what? Yep, on national TV, Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers said of President Trump, “I trust him. He is shaking things up.” Well, we must agree that he is shaking things up by cutting 3 million from meals on wheels...

 

Norman Gene Pouley

orman Gene Pouley, age 81, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 26, 2017 at his home in Odessa with his loving family at his side. He leaves behind four children Rick (Billie Jo), Sherri (Marty)...

 

Town Council

Odessa’s feral cat problem has grown to unmanageable proportions in various hot spots all over town. Citizen complaints and concern by the health care community have prompted the Town of Odessa to...

 

Grant cycle opens in April

Empire Health Foundation will open both the 2017 Responsive and Rural Aging Grant cycles on April 3 and close on April 28. The grant programs serve the seven counties of Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Stevens, Spokane and Whitman, including...

 

Gies, DeWulf nab firsts at Colville meet

Last Saturday's Ezra Gordon Invitational in Colville was the season's first meet for the Odessa-Harrington track and field teams, both boys and girls. The O-H boys took third place as a team, and the...

 

Baseball

Wilbur On March 21 at Wilbur, the O-H Titans played their first baseball games of the season, a non-league double-header against Wilbur-Creston. The Titans managed a split decision, winning the first game and losing the second. O-H 4 1 0 2 4 3 0 14...

 

Tennis teams split wins, losses with LRS Tuesday

On March 28 in Ritzville, the Titan tennis teams traveled to Ritzville for a match against the Lind/Ritzville-Sprague team. In the girls’ side of the competition, the #1 singles match saw Rose Melville of LRS defeat Dani Tebow 6-0 and 6-0. In the...

 

Moffet gets honorable mention

Ryan Moffet, a freshman member of the Odessa-Harrington varsity basketball team, has received honorable mention following selections made to the Associated Press Washington 1B all-state basketball team by the state’s sportswriters and editors. Not...

 

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...

 

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