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This Week in Odessa History

100 years ago The Odessa Record July 12, 1918 Last hot wave shrivels wheat. Mercury ranges between 100 and 105 above. Strong east winds cut both quality and quantity. Best estimates... — Updated 7/29/2018


Theo Luxner

Theo Luxner passed away on June 30, 2018 at Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center. She is preceded in death by her husband Chuck Luxner, son Keith Luxner and daughter Cathy (Luxner) Irwin. She is survived by her daughters Carol... — Updated 7/29/2018


Margaret Alice Schlimmer

Margaret Alice Schlimmer (85 years old) passed away on July 12, 2018, in Odessa, Wash. Marg was born June 19, 1933, in Stanford, Mont. to Don and Billie (Drew) Myrick. She grew up... — Updated 7/29/2018


Andy M. Rustemeyer

Andy M. Rustemeyer (age 83) passed away peacefully at his home in Sprague on July 12, 2018. Andy was born January 14, 1935 at Asotin, Wash. to Peter and Ora Rustemeyer. He and his... — Updated 7/29/2018


Odessa Little League boys and girls finish great season

Alberto and Lyndsay Reyes took over the task of organizing more than 30 Odessa boys and girls playing Little League baseball this year. Alberto has taken on the role of attending... — Updated 7/29/2018


Harvest Safety issue coming next week

Trucks will soon be bringing their grain loads to town and to rural warehouses, and The Record's harvest safety issue will come out next week. Our advertisers are requested to respond to our requests for participation by the close... — Updated 7/29/2018

 By Laura Estes    Community

Welcome to My Kitchen

Salads are a great way to keep the family fed on hot days, or, as a side dish anytime of the year. Any preparation cooking needed can be done early in the day while you can open... — Updated 7/29/2018


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... — Updated 7/28/2018


Free postage now for primary ballots

OLYMPIA — Registered voters throughout Washington will soon be receiving ballots for the August 7 Primary Election. Thanks to Secretary of State Kim Wyman, Governor Jay Inslee, and county officials statewide, voters in every... — Updated 7/28/2018

 By Wade W. Magers    News

Marine One detains fire suspects on Lk. Roosevelt

On July 12, 2018, at about 1:20 hours the Lincoln County Dispatch Center received a 911 call from an alert Lincoln County citizen reporting they had observed a boat with several... — Updated 7/28/2018


Letter to the Editor: Writer advocates for new legislative candidate

To the Editor: If you live in the 13th Legislative District—like I do—it’s time for a change. I’m going to vote for Sylvia Hammond to be our representative in the State House in Olympia. She will be a thoughtful legislator... — Updated 7/28/2018


Free training: Strategies for local procurement

Margie Hall of the Lincoln County Economic Development Council has sent word that the Washington State Department of Commerce wants to assist local firms in successfully winning government contracts with their local government... — Updated 7/28/2018

 By Marjorie Womach    News

Harrington news

HOHS Monday, July 9, the Harrington Opera House Society met in the Art Room at 7 p.m. with Ed and Bunny Haugan, Billie and Gordon Herron, Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Linda Wagner, Marge Womach, Carol, Ellen Evans, and Becky Moeller... — Updated 7/28/2018


BLM urges protection of public lands from fires

Spokane, WA –The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Spokane District is committed to keeping public landscapes healthy and productive. Because of this the district has issued a fire restrictions order on public lands administered... — Updated 7/28/2018


Masquers Theater holds summer camp

We are excited that our first ever week-long theater camp for children is almost here. Masquers Summer Youth Program starts on Monday, July 23, and will run through Friday, July 27, with a 2 p.m. performance on Saturday, July 28. R... — Updated 7/28/2018


Prepare now for smoke, unhealthy air quality

OLYMPIA – As wildfire season heats up, officials at the Washington State Department of Health are urging everyone in Washington to plan now for smoky days with poor air quality. Simple steps to take now: Identify where to find... — Updated 7/28/2018


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