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 By MARJORIE WOMACH    News    March 5, 2015

Harrington news

Although The Odessa Record avoids publishing rumors, the Record obliged the people of Harrington by publishing in the October 13, 2013 issue the rumor that the Harrington Haus was closing its doors for failure to keep the building up to code. Gene...

 

Marlin Gun Club results for March 1 and year end winners

A total of 52 trap shooters participated on March 1. Shooting a perfect schore of 25 was Camden Eckhart. Shooting 24s were Bill James, Dave Asker. Mark Iksic, Austin Nelson, Carmen Eckhart; Dave Pelham shot 23s. Shooting 22s were Dan Asker, Travis Ik...

 

Carolyn E. Goetz

As a beautiful sunset graced the horizon on Saturday evening, February 28, a loving soul entered the kingdom of Heaven. Surrounded by her beloved family at Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane, Carolyn Elaine (Ralls) Goetz went home to be with the Lord...

 

Odessa Gun Club results for 3/1

Shooting 25s were Jared Praetorius, Brady Gies, Hunter Bramer. Shooting 24s were Brian Wraspir, Traig Weishaar, Brandon Larmer, Colley Walter. Markham Nichols, Landon Lobe, Lane Lobe, Steve Telecky; Rod Herron shot 23s. Shooting 22s were Mike...

 

Odessa Knowledge Bowl team takes second at regionals

On Saturday, Odessa’s Knowledge Bowl team came away from regionals with a second place finish which qualifies them for the state competition. State is being held in Arlington, Wash. on Saturday, March 14. First place at regionals went to GarPal,...

 

This Week in Odessa History

75 years ago From The Odessa Record March 7, 1940 The Marlin dance hall will reopen with the first spring dance. The hall has been closed for a short period, during which dances would have conflicted with the Firemen’s Ball and other scheduled...

 

Bonjour Odessa!

Paris – a lot of you know my husband, Gerald, and I went to Paris in December of last year. It was amazing, far beyond all our expectations. If not of Paris, at least of the Viking Cruise. We flew over on Lufthansa Airlines. Funny story – I switc...

 

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 possibl...

 

OMHC Public Service Announcement

Most people are aware that drinking water is essential to life here on earth, and that doctors recommend an ideal eight glasses of water a day. What is not often brought to mind is whether it matters if the water is hot or cold. According to Tegan...

 

School board hires coaches, athletic director, hears options for ag shop/gym

At the February 25 meeting of the Odessa School Board, approval was granted for a non-continuing contract for kindergarten teacher Jill Larson to serve as a remediation teacher on Fridays for the remainder of the school year. Approved for spring...

 

Lion's Club seeks members

The Odessa Lions Club is in the midst of its latest community service project, refurbishment of the public restroom located on the west side of the public works building and across W. First Street from the community center. Club members are...

 

Keller receives stewardship award

William J. Keller of Okanogan received the Outstanding Achievement Award for Stewardship at the Society for Range Management’s 68th Annual Meeting held in Sacramento, Calif. January 31-February 6, 2015. The Outstanding Achievement Award is...

 

Active shooter drill involves emergency services

Odessa Police, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, the Town of Odessa and its public works staff, the Odessa Fire Department, Odessa EMTs, Odessa Memorial Hospital and the Odessa School District joined forces February 25 to conduct an “active...

 

Leroy Willard Kuest

Leroy Kuest, a native of Odessa, died Saturday, February 21, 2015, at Rockwood at Hawthorne care center. Born in Odessa on August 25, 1918, he was the last of seven children of Julius and Rosena Kuest, who had homesteaded in the area before 1900. Ler...

 

Linda Kay Burghard

Linda Kay Burghard died February 19, 2015, due to complications of a severe stroke. She was born December 15, 1944, to Harvey and Ulla Haase in Ritzville. She worked as a caregiver for Shirley Libsack for approximately four years. After that she...

 

Titan girls lose to Pateros; hopes for state berth dashed

The Titan girls played Pateros February 27 at Wenatchee High School and lost, 31-44. The loss eliminated them from advancing to the state competition at the Spokane Arena. O-H 7 4 8 13 32 Pateros 11...

 

FBLA American enterprise project involves all at school

Odessa High School's FBLA chapter completed an American Enterprise Project called "FES Goes Viral with the American Enterprise System." Students in sixth grade and the entire high school were taught...

 

Odessa Knowledge Bowl team heads to state contest

On Saturday, February 28, Odessa’s Knowledge Bowl team came away from the regional competition held at Whitworth University in Spokane with a second-place finish which qualifies them to go to the state competition. The state contest will be held...

 
 By RACHEL WEBER    Opinion    March 5, 2015

Ask Dr. Universe

Dear Editors, Thanks for your interest in publishing Ask Dr. Universe, a weekly science column for kids from Washington State University’s resident cat-scientist. Dr. Universe looks forward to answering questions from your curious readers. Thank...

 

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