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Tanke gets scholarship

SPOKANE, WA, July 2019 — Innovia Foundation recently awarded $257,413 in scholarships to 116 students throughout Eastern Washington and North Idaho for the 2019-2020 school year. The Foundation manages over 30 scholarship programs on behalf of...

 

Farm-to-Table dinner

To say last Saturday's first annual Big Red Barn Farmers Market's Farm to Table dinner was a success is an understatement. The anticipated event, held at the Big Red Barn, 2 miles east of Davenport,...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    July 18, 2019

Volunteering on PCT; council handles sundry issues; summer reading

Human interest Local Harrington resident, Ellen Evans, spent nearly a week volunteering as part of a 10-person crew on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), which runs from Mexico to the Canadian border....

 

Class of '99 holds family picnic at park

On Saturday, July 13, the 1999 graduating class of Odessa High School gathered at Reiman Park for a family picnic. Sundi (Schmierer) Camp worked for months pulling this together. Many who traveled...

 

Snapshot: Lincoln County employment and wages

(Davenport, WA July 15, 2019) Recent statistics from the Employment Security Department (ESD) show growth in the labor force and an increase in wages. Here are the ESD’s most current statistics for Lincoln County. From May 2017 to May 2019, the...

 

High toxin level due to ML algae bloom

MOSES LAKE, WA- On July 9, 2019, the Grant County Health District collected water samples of Moses Lake in response to a suspect blue-green algae bloom after receiving reports from concerned citizens. The sample came back with a toxin level at 26μg/...

 

Area students listed on collegiate honor rolls

Area students who have achieved excellent grades at their various colleges or community colleges for the spring quarter or semester are listed below. Spokane Falls Community College (students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or above to be...

 

Major drug bust in eastern Washington

SPOKANE, Wash. – Early in the morning of July 16, the Bureau Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) led a large-scale enforcement action targeting a...

 

Reader recalls many fond memories on recent trip

To the Editor, I appreciate receiving The Record weekly. The inclusion of Harrington and Mohler old and new news is especially appreciated. (Marjorie Womach is a Mohler friend. Her mother, Elizabeth Womach Dammel, was my piano teacher when we were...

 

Celebration of Tami's life

A celebration of the life of Tamara Jo (Kuch) Kowski will be held Friday, July 19, at 11 a.m. in the basement fellowship hall of Heritage Church. Kowski passed away June 24, 2019, and her obituary appeared in The Odessa Record on July 4. Friends and...

 

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 criminal or...

 

Courthouse report

SUPERIOR COURT John F. Strohmaier, Judge Criminal Sentencings Demica D. Bradford, 27, of Spokane, pleaded guilty July 2 to possession of methamphetamine in connection with an Oct. 18, 2018, crime in Davenport. Her sentence includes 19 days jail and...

 

Harvest outlook through the years; softball tournament results recorded

100 years ago The Odessa Record July 17, 1919 News updates: Harvest has started in the south area and winter wheat is running from 20 to 27 bushels per acre, with tests from 55 to 60 pounds. About 50 former Odessa people gathered at the Manito park...

 

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