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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...

 

Pool opens to cool weather, rainstorms

Odessa's Aquatic Center, also known simply as 'the pool,' opened last week Tuesday to a cooling period of clouds and rain that kept attendance down somewhat. This week, hot weather is slated to make i...

 

Deputies arrest suspect

Lincoln County Sheriff Wade Magers reported that deputies arrested a burglary suspect Friday, June 27, in Spokane County. His office had received a complaint that a theft and burglary had occurred northeast of Davenport in the Bald Ridge Road area....

 

Lake Roosevelt levels rising

The Bureau of Reclamation is advising people camping on the Lake Roosevelt shoreline over the July 4 weekend to be aware of dangers that could exist due to rapidly rising lake levels. The lake is impounded by Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River...

 

Schutz, Bang leaving; new principal searches begin

Odessa principal Ken Schutz and Harrington principal Jacob Bang have both accepted positions elsewhere for the coming academic year. Bang, whose wife has relatives in Ephrata, has accepted the 6-12 principal’s job at Soap Lake. Schutz will be...

 
 By LISE OTT    Opinion    July 3, 2014

Guest Editorial

This past Sunday afternoon, from 1 o'clock to 3, I served as host at the Odessa Historisches museum. Well, I would have served as host if anyone had come to visit. But they did not. I probably should...

 
 By MARJORIE WOMACH    News    July 3, 2014

Harrington News

The Harrington Opera House Society Rummage Room held its function on Tuesday, June 17, during the 11-4 p.m hours of the library's book sale. Considering it was on a weekday, there was a better than anticipated donation of about $160. Rain did not...

 

Rock Doc

Today’s snack food aisle in the grocery store contains a lot more products than when I was a kid. Back then, we mainly had potato chips and saltines, but not much more. Now there’s a multitude of...

 

Letter to the Editor; Residents against feeding of feral animals

To the Editor: We are so happy to hear that others are concerned about the invasion of Odessa by feral populations of animals. If you want to enjoy your household pets, don’t let them run around outside at any time. Even in broad daylight, your...

 

Anita C. Frederick

Anita C. Frederick passed away on June 25, 2014. She was 76 years old. Anita was born in Odessa, Wash. on October 3, 1937 to Theodore and Francis. She was the oldest of five children. A 1955 graduate...

 

Pastor's Corner; Zion Emmanuel Lutheran Church

This week, we're reminded of the freedoms we enjoy. But, those who hear the words of Jesus soon begin to experience a tension, to say the least. We have rights. Rights! There's a whole Constitution...

 

Political campaign signs sprouting like wildflowers

The Washington State Department of Transportation is reminding campaigners to check regulations for legal sign locations. Candidates and their supporters are reminded that campaign signs are not allowed in the state highway right of way. Because...

 

Academic success stories

Daniel Nelson Daniel Nelson, Sr. has been named to the Vice President’s List for spring quarter 2014 at Big Bend Community College. Students on the Vice President’s List completed 12 or more graded credits with a GPA of 3.33 to 3.74. Nelson and...

 

Welcome to my Kitchen

Brunch, a meal served late morning, midway between breakfast and lunch, has become the term for any morning meal consisting of traditional breakfast fare, combined with some luncheon dishes that are easy to serve buffet style. Lois Renkin brought...

 

Wildland, vegetation fires caused by fireworks in 2013

State Fire Marshal Chuck Duffy has announced that in 2013 there were 102 fires caused by fireworks. Wildland and vegetation fires accounted for 66, or 65% of all fireworks-caused fires, resulting in $12,130 dollars in loss and damages. Summer...

 

Birthdays and Anniversaries

Birthdays for July 3: Grace Greenwalt, Ann Richardson, Drew Fink and Duane Pitts. July 4: Rita Voise, Vickey Melcher and Karlee Maioho. July 5: Debbie Walter, Larmar Heimbigner and Ray Quilici. July 6: Dave Frederick, Xavier Fortner and Sue...

 

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