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Odessa Welcomes Stumpjumpers, Other Off-Road Enthusiasts

Bike Week The Stumpjumpers came back to Odessa this past weekend for their White Knuckle and Frostbite events held south of town near the Odessa Industrial Park. Some have stayed the entire week and...

 

Alert resident foils scam

Odessa resident Nancy Liner has informed The Record of a scam telephone call she received April 2. She wanted to make sure that the public is aware of possible scam activity. Liner received the call Saturday, April 2 at about 7:30 a.m. She was told...

 

Floch's mission to China continues

Odessa area resident Sharon Fink has informed The Record that missionaries Clay and Jewel Floch will be in Odessa again this year to share stories about their work with special-needs orphans in...

 

FOP Walk-a-thon is May 1

It’s that time of year again, when the children of Odessa begin asking their friends, neighbors and family members to pledge their hard-earned dollars, as they get ready to participate in the Friend...

 
 By Lise Ott    News    April 7, 2011

Old Town Hall lower level remodeled

This is a continuation of The Record's series on the past, present and future of historic buildings in Odessa. Readers' comments, information and letters are always welcome. The June 10, 1976 issue...

 

Reading the record of the tree rings

By DR. E. KIRSTEN PETERS Scientists have studied natural climate change for quite a while. Part of what we have learned about past climates comes from tree rings, and thereon hangs an interesting...

 
 By Lise Ott    Opinion    April 7, 2011

Setbacks offer opportunity for... what?

I’ve been totally bummed out this week. Even before last week’s paper was printed with my ode to spring, I knew I was having a setback. I don’t deal well with setbacks. I want life to proceed...

 

Louis J. Pavliska

Louis J. Pavliska, age 95, died in Spokane Valley April 3, 2011. His home was in Odessa. Louis was born, the eldest of four children, to Joseph and Anna (Trejbal) Pavliska on April 22, 1915 in...

 

Loren L. Schlimmer

Loren L. (Laddie) Schlimmer died March 31, 2011 in Odessa at the age of 80. Laddie was born October 8, 1930, in Odessa to Conrad E. and Hattie (Schorzman) Schlimmer. He grew up on the family farm...

 

Cougar management focus of Kretz, Conservation NW

While often at odds on issues, Rep. Joel Kretz and Mitch Friedman, executive director of Conservation Northwest, announced they are working together to find a compromise on policies surrounding cougar management. Senate Bill 5356, which would...

 

This Week in Odessa History

Odessa has grown into the community it is today as a result of civic leadership. Back when the town was new, the Odessa Commercial Club, later to become the Odessa Chamber of Commerce, campaigned for new businesses, recruited new residents and...

 

GOT PINK? team, Chiefs, Coffee Haus join for cause

Chiefs Bar and Grill was the site of the first annual Chiefs Fiesta Buffet for the Cure, Tuesday, March 29. The buffet included beef and chicken tacos, chicken enchiladas, chips and salsa, refried beans, Mexican rice and various desserts. Members of...

 

Big brother Caleb announces birth of his new twin sisters

Big brother Caleb Josiah Kuch announces the arrival of his twin sisters, Anna Marie (5 pounds, 9 ounces) and Addison Faith (7 pounds). The girls were born at Sacred Heart Medical Center on March 7 to...

 

Odessa Senior Menu

Monday, April 11: Beef Stroganoff over rice, garden vegetables salad, broccoli, roll and fruit cup. Wednesday, April 13: Hot turkey sandwich with mashed potatoes and gravy, beets in sour cream, spring salad, roll and apricots. Thursday, April 14:...

 

Odessa Jr./Sr. High students receive academic honors

Odessa Junior and Senior High students received the academic honors listed below for the 3rd quarter, April 2011. A student must have a grade point average of 3.50-4.00 to be on the Honor Roll and Honorable Mention requires a grade point average of...

 

O-H Titan sports update

Baseball The Titans’ season got off to a slow start with the cancellation of the March 22 double header that was to be played against St. John-Endicott in St. John. The games were cancelled due to...

 

Bikes for Books rewards kids for achievement in reading

The Odessa Lodge #156 of the Free and Accepted Masons donated two bikes as prizes for reading awards. Students in the third and fourth grades were eligible if they met their accelerated reading...

 

BLM proposes fencing for Saddle Mountains OHV area

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Spokane District, Wenatchee Field Office, is proposing to build 1.75 miles of fence on the east end of the Saddle Mountains Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) open riding area. The proposed fence would delineate the...

 

CRP general signup to contiue through April 15

Greg Anderson, Executive Director of Grant County Farm Service Agency announced Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has set general signup for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) to begin on March 14, 2011, and continue through April 15, 2011....

 

Peering into the Past: Zoar Cemetery

The Zoar Cemetery series continues this week with more information on the Scheller family name. Mollie (Scheller Derr "Derr, Mollie. Died: 9-01-1969. Birth: 3-08-1892, Russia. Widowed. Father: Heinrich Scheller. Mother: Anna Schafer. Buried: Odessa...

 

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. Names of individuals who report possible criminal or suspicious activities to dispatchers are gene...

 

Disaster designation for Kittitas, Klickitat counties

Farmers and ranchers in central Washington may be eligible for financial relief due to physical losses. A Presidential Disaster Designation has been made for Kittitas and Klickitat counties as primary disaster areas due to severe winter storms,...

 

Sheriff’s Office taking back prescription drugs April 30

On April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office along with the Alcohol/Drug Center's Meth Action Team and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by...

 

WSP to begin enforcement of emergency zone law

For the first 90 days since the emergency zone law went into effect on January 1, 2011, the main focus for the Washington State Patrol was to educate motorists about the new law. Starting April 1, 2011, State Patrol troopers will now begin writing...

 

Pastors' Corner

Spring has sprung and with it the grass gets greener, the trees start budding, the flowers begin to poke their shoots up, and the weather starts to get warmer (except for that crazy arctic wind)....

 

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