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Articles from the September 20, 2018 edition

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Deutschesfest closes out its 48th year

STAFF REPORTS The 48th annual Deutschesfest has come and gone. By early Monday afternoon, you would not know that a festival had taken place over the weekend. The Odessa public works crew, employees of the Odessa Trading Company an... — Updated 11/1/2018 Full story


Can we afford to send Lisa Brown to Congress?

To the Editor: Lisa Brown is your typical left-wing politician out trying to buy votes with our money by promising to vote against cuts in Medicare and Social Security benefits. As an economist she knows, but fails to mention, thes... — Updated 10/29/2018 Full story


Tigers fall to ACH, then beat Northport in three

OHS vs. ACH On September 11, Odessa played Almira-Coulee/Hartline at Odessa and fell to the Warriors, 3-0. ACH 25 25 25 3 Odessa 18 14 13 0 McKennah Davison led the team in service... — Updated 10/29/2018 Full story


Tigers devour Waterville/Mansfield in Sausage Bowl

BY DYANNE DEERING Like a streak of hungry Tigers coming upon a pack of sleeping caribou, the OHS Tigers devoured Waterville/ Mansfield in Friday night's Sausage Bowl. The game's fin... — Updated 10/29/2018 Full story


Mass murderers on the loose here

To the Editor: It looks like we have created a generation of mass murderers. The kind we read about and grew up with! Serial killers like Ted Bundy, Son of Sam, The Green River Killer etc. But now they’re so much younger! Most... — Updated 10/29/2018 Full story


Writer finds untruths in ads for McMorris Rodgers

To the Editor: It must be working for Rep. McMorris Rodgers to make ads approved by her that are untrue. I just received a solicitation by mail on September 14, 2018 that doubles down on the lie that her opponent wanted to allow... — Updated 10/29/2018 Full story


Meetings of Opera House Society, Chamber of Commerce and City Council

By MARJORIE WOMACH Opera House Society Linda Wagner opened the Harrington Opera House Society meeting with the following members present: Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Edwin and Bunny Haugan, Carol, Becky Moeller, Marge Womach, Ellen... — Updated 10/29/2018 Full story


BLM lifts fire restrictions on lands it administers

Due to cooler temperatures and increased moisture in the area, the Bureau of Land Management, Spokane District, will lift fire restrictions on lands administered by the district, including the temporary ban on target shooting, in... — Updated 10/29/2018


Deputy-involved shooting in county investigated

The Spokane Investigative Regional Response Team continues to investigate the deputy-involved shooting that occurred September 6, 2018 at a residence located in the 39600 block of Cayuse Cove Rd. in Lincoln County. The Team was... — Updated 10/29/2018 Full story


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