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This Week in Odessa History

100 years ago November 10, 1916 Michaelsen & Koth safe blowed open Saturday morning. Considerable excitement prevailed in our town Saturday morning when the report was passed around that the Michaelsen & Koth store had been burglar... — Updated 11/11/2016


Odessa FBLA attends Spokane conference

Odessa High School FBLA recently attended the Fall Leadership Conference in Spokane. Keynote speaker, Kevin Stocker, a former baseball player for the Philadelphia Phillies, shared... — Updated 11/11/2016


Brad Johnston will play college baseball

Odessa High School senior, Brad Johnston, has signed a Letter of Intent to play baseball for the Warriors next year at Corban University in Salem, Ore. He plans to pursue a degree... — Updated 11/11/2016


Iowarth E. Dormaier

"Dusty" Dormaier passed away at home October 27, 2016 at the age of 89. He was born to Emmanuel and Lena-Mary (Hardt) Dormaier on April 17, 1927 in Cashmere, Wash. Dusty was a... — Updated 11/11/2016


Edwin C. Kern

Edwin C. Kern passed away November 3, 2016 in Odessa at the age of 100. He was a lifetime resident of the Marlin/Odessa area, where he farmed and raised his family. Edwin was born M... — Updated 11/11/2016


Fall sports teams are going to state

The Titan defenders line up as the Inchelium offense prepares for the snap in last Friday's playoff game at Finney Field in Odessa. Gaven Elder (3), Marcus King (32), Joshua Clark... — Updated 11/11/2016


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... — Updated 11/10/2016


Love - The Odessa Record "By Your Relative"

Odessa Record subscriber Larry Fisher of Spokane continues his series of articles on the history of the Batum/Lauer area where his wife, the former Joyce Kiesz, grew up. Hi, here I am again. It’s a Sunday in May, 1980, the Mt.... — Updated 11/10/2016


Travel tips for a safe holiday season

Spokane, Wash. — Nov. 8, 2016 — Roadways and airways are about to get a little crowded as we enter peak travel season for the holidays. The American Automobile Association (AAA) reports that Americans drive the most during the... — Updated 11/10/2016


Junior-high team has undefeated FB season

The Odessa-Harrington Titan junior-high football team finished the season with a 6-0 record (and a 12-0 record over the past two seasons). The Titans beat Soap Lake 56-6 in the final game of the season. The ground game of Pilot... — Updated 11/10/2016


Ask Dr. Universe

How long can trees live? – Jessy, 8, Seattle, Wash. Dear Jessy, As I was hiking through the bristlecone pine forests of the Sierra Nevada recently, I stumbled upon a tree barely six inches tall. It was growing – slowly, but... — Updated 11/10/2016


Titans beat Inchelium, now to face Entiat here

Last Friday at home in Odessa, the Titans played the Inchelium Hornets, winning 60-14 in a contest that was much closer than the score would indicate. With quarterback Colton Hunt... — Updated 11/10/2016


Harrington news

Harrington Historic Preservation Commission Tuesday evening, November 1, the Harrington Historic Preservation Commission met from 6:30 to 8 p.m. with members Celeste Miller, Aileen Sweet and Anita Harman present, along with... — Updated 11/10/2016


Infrastructure investment needed

The largest Reclamation project in the nation, still expanding after 70 years, must meet the needs of those who live, work, farm and recreate in the Columbia Basin. Reinvesting in Reclamation’s infrastructure was a common theme... — Updated 11/10/2016


Trump becomes 45th U.S. president

The general election of 2016 stunned most of the world as Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States. The seemingly endless campaign concluded with Trump gaining the 270 electoral college votes to seal his win... — Updated 11/10/2016


Odessa Food Bank lists items needed all year

As The Record has reported for the past two weeks, that the local food bank will be the beneficiary of a project performed this year by the ministerial association’s youth group. Just in case potential donors are at a loss as to... — Updated 11/10/2016


Cole Kissler competes in state cross country meet

Last Saturday, Odessa's Cole Kissler competed in the state 1B/2B cross country meet held at the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. The field consisted of 155 runners from 1B and 2B schools throughout the state. Cole placed 77th... — Updated 11/9/2016


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