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44th Annual Desert 100 not for faint-hearted

The Desert 100 of 2014 is in the record books, and based on reports from vendors, race participants and fans, it was another great year for the Stumpjumpers Motorcycle Club, the Odessa Chamber of...

 

This Week in Odessa History

100 years ago From The Odessa Record April 10, 1914 Mme. Rosa D’Erina and G.R. Vontom were scheduled to appear at the Opera House the following Tuesday. The entertainers were secured for Odessa through the efforts of Rev. Fr. J.B. Herman of the...

 

Bike week successful

The noon meeting of the Odessa Chamber of Commerce at Any Occasion Banquet Hall on Tuesday found board member Justin Parr of the float committee reporting that he has been working with H.P....

 

Art contest

Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers invites high school students throughout the Fifth Congressional District to participate in the 32nd Annual Congressional Art Competition, “An Artistic Discovery,” which began in 1982 as a way to recognize and...

 

Winetasting/ Auction coming May 2

Do you plan on attending the 23rd annual Odessa Healthcare Foundation Wine Tasting and Auction on Friday May 2, 2014? Would you like to avoid the long line at the front door of the Community Center? Would you like to walk down the “red carpet...

 

A note from Stumpjumpers Motorcycle- Club Desert 100 Chairman Decker

Each year as spring rolls closer I look forward to the singular event that defines us as a club, The Desert 100. On behalf of the club, I offer a hearty THANK YOU for your continuing participation. We put our heart and soul into the Desert 100 so...

 

Rock Doc

As a child, I learned about the “valley of the shadow of death” from the twenty-third Psalm. A similar image is conjured up by economists who talk about the “valley of death.” They mean that...

 

Letter to the Editor; Immigrants following different rules now

When Mr. Obama granted amnesty to about 900,000 Latino immigrants (whose parents were illegals) I immediately thought of people I knew who followed the rules to become citizens. They were from Europe and they had gone through Ellis Island where they...

 

Letter to the Editor; Scammers trying to separate area folks from their money

To the Editor: During the last few months, a scam to steal money by telephone has been spreading through many counties in the state of Washington. It is called the “Jury Duty Warrant Scam.” The usual approach is that the scammer will call the...

 

Obituary; LeRoy Milton Buchmann

LeRoy Milton Buchmann, born May 1, 1935, passed away on April 3, 2014 at the age of 78. He lived the last nine years in Soap Lake, and had also lived in St. John and Odessa for many years. He is survived by his children: Cindy Hemmerling of Monte...

 

Basin farmer settles with Ecology for illegal water-use

Farrah Wardenaar has reached a settlement agreement with the Washington Department of Ecology after illegally irrigating cropland on Frenchman Hills near Royal City. Water supply in the Columbia Basin Project is tightly managed not only to provide...

 

FSA loans avaliable for 4-H and FFA youth

The Farm Service Agency makes loans to youths to establish and operate income-producing agricultural projects in connection with 4-H clubs, FFA and other agricultural groups. Projects must be planned and operated with the help of the organization...

 

Staff changes at OMHC

Mo Sheldon, the administrator at the Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center has announced that Brandon Lee, PA-C, has elected to move on in his career. “We will miss him at OMHC, but wish him and his family the best,” said Sheldon. Danny Jones, PA-C,...

 

Six warning signs of phone/computer scams

Have you ever cashed a check for a lottery that you didn’t enter? Perhaps you’ve been unexpectedly contacted by a fast-talker and pressured into releasing personal information? Maybe you’ve had a distant or unknown relative ask you for money...

 
 By LAURA ESTES    Opinion    April 10, 2014

Welcome to my Kitchen

A new batch of culinary magazine offers arrived in my mail box recently. Some are just an envelope of tantalizing advertisements, while others include sample recipes, or a sample copy of the...

 

Marla Beth and Kim Schmidt married

Marla Beth and Kim Schmidt were married Sunday, April 6, at the Hitching Post Chapel in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho in the presence of immediate family members. The couple will hold a reception for a larger...

 

Pastor's Corner; Christ Lutheran Church

This coming Sunday begins the week that Christians call "Holy Week". From the gospel accounts of Jesus' ministry we begin Holy Week with Palm Sunday where Jesus' entry into Jerusalem is described as a joyous event where the people hailed Jesus as...

 

Athlete of the week; Sam Schafer

Sam Schafer, a junior at Odessa High School, who is on the Titan track team has been named Athlete of the Week. At the Ray Cross Invitational, Schafer took home three 3rd place ribbons in the 100m...

 

Birthdays and Anniversaries

Birthdays for April 10: Mark DeWulf and Kramer Schutz. April 11: Ben Ryan and Leah Iverson. April 5: Kathy Jantz and Deanna Nelson. April 12: Brady Haase, Sherri Frederick and Mike Walter. April 13: Raye Scrupps, Hollye Keister and Norman Ott. April...

 

Science students place first/ second at state science fair

Four students from Odessa High School’s Advanced STEM Research (ASR) laboratory presented their science projects on April 4-5, 2014 in Bremerton at the 57th annual Washington State Science and...

 

Baseball team faces rebuilding year, loses last four games

O-H vs. Reardan Game 1 On Tuesday, April 1, the Titan baseball team played a doubleheader at home in Odessa against Reardan, losing both games, but putting forth a good effort. The first game score was 18-4. Weber had a double and two singles,...

 

Fiber festival fun in May in Omak

Knitters, crocheters, spinners, weavers and fiber artists know that a beautiful result starts with high quality materials. Join the Okanogan Valley Fiber Association for a celebration of our excellent local yarns and the people who produce and work...

 
 By MARJORIE WOMACH    News    April 10, 2014

Harrington News

April 2, the Harrington Chamber of Commerce met at noon with Cassandra Paffle-Dick, Kathy Hoob, Cindy Haase, Sharon Nighswonger, Bunny Haugan and Marge Womach present. Discussion was held regarding...

 

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. Farming was not the only activity occurring in the L-B-D...

 

PCC to process Nexera(TM) canola in Wash.

Legumex Walker, Inc. has announced that its Pacific Coast Canola (PCC) subsidiary has entered into an agreement with Dow AgroSciences Canada, Inc. under which it has been granted a license to process NexeraTM canola and produce and sell Omega-9...

 

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