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Articles from the October 22, 2015 edition

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Drug bust in Odessa last week

Last Thursday evening, October 15, Odessa residents living on or near First Avenue or driving through town were startled by the sudden appearance of numerous law enforcement vehicles with lights...

 
 By Linda Goodman    News    October 22, 2015

Family dog killed; hunters suspected

Aside from an awareness of the personal safety and well-being of others, all hunters should possess one more thing. Respect for others and their personal property. A local gentleman (who wishes to rem...

 

Town Council

At the October 12 meeting of the Odessa Town Council, members approved the final version of the airport lease agreement with Odessa Air Service. Public works director Rod Webster reported he had been...

 

BLM lifts fire restrictions

Spokane, Wash. – The Bureau of Land Management Spokane District has lifted the regulated fire closure on public lands that it administers in eastern Washington. The termination of the regulated fire closure was effective October 14, 2015 in the...

 

Women's Health Night draws large crowd

October 14 was the date of Women's Health Night, an annual event paid for by grants awarded to the Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center and Clinic. Members of the medical community and volunteer...

 

Avista moving to LED lights

A new light will be shining in Avista’s Washington and Idaho service area as the company replaces nearly 30,000 company-owned streetlights with energy efficient LED lights over five years. Updating to LED streetlights provides advantages to the...

 

Spring Fling car/bike show coming, and later car wash

Nate Lathrop, owner of the Green Goat Gathering Gallery has announced a date for the second annual Car and Bike Show, formerly held in July. In 2016, the show will coincide with the Odessa Spring Fling quilt show and garage sale weekend. Also coming...

 

Scouting for Food begins Saturday, November 7

The Cub Scouts of Pack #784 in Odessa will once again be “Scouting for Food.” Over the past several years, the Cub Scouts have collected thousands of pounds worth of food. This special food drive will provide Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners...

 

Harrington news

Harrington City Council Mayor Paul Gilliland opened the October 14 meeting of the Council. All council members were present: Peter Davenport, Terri Howe, Levi Schenk, Mike Cronrath and Rick Becker, as well as Bunny Haugan, city clerk, and Scott...

 

Auditions announced for stage reading of "Our Town"

Auditions for Davenport Theatrical’s on-stage reading of the play “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder. The production will consist of one performance on November 21, 2015 at the Harrington Opera House. Those auditioning will read selections from the...

 

Junior high football team ends its season undefeated

The junior-high Titans ended their season undefeated with a 6-0 record on October 19. In the final three games of the season, the team continued to dominate the opposition. On October 12, the Titans...

 

Homecoming O-H football game canceled due to Pateros injuries

The Titans found themselves without a Homecoming football game this week when they received a call from Pateros to cancel. This game will not be rescheduled and is considered a forfeit by Pateros and...

 

Titan volleyball team loses to ACH in three straight games

he Lady Titans were unable to maintain their momentum during their Thursday, October 15, homecoming game against the Almira/Coulee-Hartline Warriors. They suffered their second loss of the season, losing in three game set scores of 13-25 ACH, 21-25...

 

Sweeney Todd opens at Masquers Theatre

The musical production “Sweeney Todd” opens this Friday, October 23, at the Masquers Theatre in Soap Lake. Directed by Randy Brooks, this extraordinary musical stars Daren Vernon and Cheri Barbre and includes the musical directing genius of...

 

Piano lessons in Harrington just getting started

Piano lessons have started for the 2015-2016 season at the Harrington Opera House in the art and music room, Willis St. entrance. This year, Heather Safe has seven students. While awaiting their turn...

 

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 possible...

 

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