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Harvest early, yields and prices down

The 2015 harvest has begun in earnest, two to three weeks ahead of schedule for most area farmers. Dry conditions have prevailed since last year, with spotty rain allowing some farmers good conditions...

 

State tax changes on July 1

Several tax changes took effect July 1 following passage of Washington’s new state operating budget. Tax preferences expiring July 1, 2015 are: * The sales and use tax exemptions for machinery and equipment used directly for the retail sale of a...

 

Council must appoint mayor

No one in Odessa has filed to run for mayor in the November election. So what happens now? Councilwoman Lois Hubbard went to the Lincoln County Auditor’s office for the answer. Since no one filed...

 

Letter to the Editor:

To the Editor: On his Facebook page and in comments to the press, Rep. Matt Manweller commented on July 1 that Democrats were “inebriated” in the legislative building and the media were nowhere to be found at 3 a.m. when the state budget fell apa...

 

Ask Dr. Universe

Asked by Heidi, Cincinnati, OH Dear Heidi It’s a big week for Pluto as NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft gets a close-up look at the distant, icy world. But first, the answer to your question: Pluto is not a planet. Scientists called it a planet...

 

This Week in Odessa History

100 years ago From The Odessa Record July 16 , 1915 Playing through all the matches in tip top form Odessa tennis entries at the Big Bend tournament, held this week Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at Davenport, captured every final event and brought...

 

Harrington news

Council meeting Wednesday evening, July 8, the Harrington City Council met with Mayor Paul Gilliland at the helm, and council members Peter Davenport, Terri Howe, Mike Cronrath and Levi Schenk in attendance; as were city clerk, Bunny Haugan and Alan...

 

Emergency haying, grazing of CRP opened in county

Due to severe drought throughout much of the eastern half of the state, emergency haying and grazing of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acres has been authorized for many counties, including Lincoln County as of July 13, 2015. The U.S. Department...

 

Account set up for helping Zagelow family with costs

On June 30, Odessa rural resident Larry D. Zagelow was injured in a single-car accident that took place 17 miles northwest of Odessa, according to the Washington State Patrol. The report by law enforcement stated that the vehicle was southbound on...

 

Fire danger 'very high' in three counties

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced today the following changes in the fire danger rating. Effective 12:01 a.m. on July 15, 2015: * Fire danger has increased from ‘high’ to ‘very high’ in Spokane and northern...

 
 By Laura Estes    Community    July 16, 2015

Recipe Column

Much rejoicing could be heard around Odessa this past week as temperatures returned to normal hot weather as apposed to the scorching of the previous couple of weeks. N ever the less, Odessa cooks...

 

Court Report

Sheriff's Report E ditor’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 indiv iduals who report possible criminal...

 

Love - The Odessa Record

Odessa Record subscriber Larry Fisher of Spokane continues his series of articles on the history of the Batum/Lauer area where his wife, the fo rmer Joyce Kiesz, grew up. Hi, here I am again. Louise Weishaar Hemmerling has many memories of the fa...

 

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