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Articles from the May 30, 2019 edition

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Odessa Lion's Club

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Solar Ovens

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Track & Field Boys 4x100 relay team state champs

The state track meet for 1B, 2B and 1A schools took place last Friday and Saturday at Eastern Washington University in Cheney. The Odessa track and field teams acquitted themselves... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story


Baseball OHS second to state champs ACH

On Saturday, May 25, the Tiger baseball team faced off against the Almira-Coulee- Hartline Warriors to decide the 1B baseball championship. The game was played in Yakima, contrary... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story


Marilu (Giese) Quast

Marilu (Giese) Quast passed away May 20, 2019. She was born July 5, 1930 on a farm outside Odessa to Daniel and Minnie Giese. Attended Odessa schools graduating in 1948, attended Kinman Business College, and then worked at Odessa... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story


Reminder: May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

To the Editor: May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and may my story inspire you to health. I lost a friend to undiagnosed skin cancer, and that event saved me. I started going to a dermatologist and in May 1990 I was diagnosed with... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story

 By Mo Sheldon    News

EMT shortage is critical

Last week the nation celebrated EMS week. Unfortunately, Odessa, like many rural communities, needs more EMTs. Washington’s smallest communities are among those being hurt the most. Rural areas typically don’t have enough... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story


Prescribing rules do not force patients off meds

WMC interpretative statements provide clarity and supported by CDC release OLYMPIA, MAY 24, 2019 – New opioid prescribing rules, effective January 2019, do not mandate that doctors taper chronic pain patients. Pain lasting more... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story


School board Year-end housekeeping handled

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, preceded by a workshop in the district office at 5:30 p.m.... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story

 By Marjorie Womach    News

Reptile man, look back on 1949

By MARJORIE WOMACH The Reptile Man What might snakes and spaghetti have in common? In Harrington on May 21, they were both offered to the community for free, sponsored by the... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story


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 possibl... — Updated 5/31/2019 Full story


Courthouse Report

SUPERIOR COURT John F. Strohmaier, Judge New Criminal Case Jay Wendelyn Thielen, 48, of Mead, is charged with two counts of first-degree identity theft and another of unlawful possession of a payment instrument in connection with... — Updated 5/29/2019 Full story


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