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School board

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 held a workshop in the district office at 5:30 p.m. for a legislative update, to review a district policy and to review the budget. The board then met in the high school library on Wednesday,...

 

Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt draws crowd

The Easter Egg Hunt put on by the Odessa Lions Club at Reiman Park in Odessa was very well attended by the children of many current and former Odessa residents. The air horn that normally gives the...

 

Rules for alcohol servers

Garrett Marvin, an officer with the Liquor and Cannabis Control Board of Washington state, was in Odessa Tuesday to present a tutorial on the rights and obligations of servers of alcohol. The two main issues of concern in terms of compliance with...

 

UW students learn rural medical issues

Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center hosted four University of Washington job-shadow students on March 19-23. This is the first time that two boys and two girls came to Odessa. These students are...

 

Ferry out of service for repairs as of April 12

KELLER – Drivers planning to use the Keller Ferry to cross the Columbia River via State Route 21, from April 12 until the morning of April 16, will need to use alternate routes for their travels. The Keller Ferry vessel, Sanpoil, will be out of...

 

Letter to the Editor: Writer happy with some political responses, not all

To the Editor: I was glad to attend Cathy McMorris Rodger’s “Top O’ The Morning Breakfast” on March 29 at the Davenport Grand Hotel. I was very happy that Cathy had copies of The Constitution placed at every place setting. While there, I was...

 

David Kellogg Birge

David Kellogg Birge, age 39, of Penn Hills, Penn., died peacefully at home on Friday, March 30, 2018. He was the loving son of Carol (Ronald) Creager and John “Jay” David Birge; dear brother of Michael John Birge, Suzy Clark McCune and Richard...

 

Babysitting Basics class certifies 10 from area

On Monday, April 2, 2018, 10 students spent the first day of spring break in the basement of the Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center becoming certificated babysitters. This brings the total to 103...

 

Weber family reunion

A family reunion is being planned for all descendants of John Adam and Katherine Schoessler Weber in Quincy over the Memorial Day weekend. The Webers emigrated to the United States in 1902, following sons John Adam (Magdalena Giest) in 1889, Jacob...

 

Mad Hatter's Ball Daddy/Daughter Dance

On Saturday, March 24, I had the extreme pleasure of donating and building, with the much needed help of Tammy Tokas, a 25-ft.-long (give or take) balloon arch for The Mad Hatters Ball, the second...

 

HS track & field

On Friday, March 30, the track and field team competed in Deer Park at the Glen Wolf Memorial Invite. The Tigers competed against the following teams: Colfax, Deer Park, Kettle Falls, Liberty...

 

Masonic Lodge annual Bikes-for-Books drawing

Angeline Phillips and Aiden Schmerier were the lucky names drawn Friday, March 30, at the annual Odessa Masonic Lodge "Bikes-for-Books" event at the Odessa Grade School. Names of reading achievers...

 

Baseball

The Odessa Tiger baseball team continued to dominate, defeating its first league opponent Northport in both games of a double-header, 23-1 and 23-0, on March 27. Northport Theron Schlomer was 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...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    April 5, 2018

Harrington news

Romeo and Juliet Tuesday morning, March 27, the Seattle Shakespeare Company arrived at the Harrington school and gave three or four workshops including the topics of Elizabethan dance and style of...

 

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