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Articles from the October 31, 2019 edition

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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...

 

Court report

SUPERIOR COURT Editor’s note: The following report is for Oct. 16-24. John F. Strohmaier, Judge Criminal Sentencings Buddy James Buoy, theft in the first degree, changed his plea from not guilty to guilty. Sentenced to 36 months in prison (to be...

 

Town proposes budget, raises water rates

This past month’s town council meetings were handled rather quickly, and both adjourned in well under an hour. On October 14, a public hearing was held regarding closeout of the General Sewer Plan...

 

Homecoming week celebrated at school

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library Wednesday, October 23, for their regular monthly meeting, preceded by a workshop in the district office at 5:30...

 

Rummage sale, new business in city, one-man show coming Nov. 3

[Contributed by various citizens of Harrington, as our regular columnist takes a week off.] HOHS rummage sale: John Wayne has left Harrington! He, a vintage, life-sized stand-up Coors beer advertisement, was delightfully claimed by a devoted fan who...

 

Area's UW students on Dean's List

Thorsen Michael Wehr of Odessa and Luisa Bayona-Otero of Marlin are students from the Odessa area who have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Washington for spring quarter of 2019. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must...

 

2nd half taxes due 10/31

The Lincoln County Treasurer’s office would like to remind all Lincoln County Taxpayers that second half-2019 taxes and assessments are due October 31, 2019. Interest/penalties are due if payment is not received or postmarked by October 31, 2019....

 

State Parks announces final free days for 2019

Day-use visits are free on Veterans Day and the day after Thanksgiving. OLYMPIA – Oct. 29, 2019 – Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will offer its two final free days of 2019 in November. On these free days, day-use visitors will...

 

Volleyball - Tigers fall to ACH but rally to beat Wellpinit

ACH The Tiger volleyball team fell to Almira-Coulee-Hartline Tuesday, October 22, at home in Odessa in three straight games. ACH 25 25 25 3 Od 9 17 20 0 McKennah Davison led the Tiger offense with...

 

Football - Tigers stomp Warriors; season record now 7-0

The Tiger fans were expecting a much closer game last Friday, October 25, when the Almira-Coulee-Hartline Warriors came to Finney Field. The two undefeated teams went head to head, with Odessa...

 

Writer objects to info in HempTech article

To the Editor: Check the facts before you publish, please. I’d like to offer two corrections to your article in the October 24th paper, “Hemp plant deal falls through at last minute.” First, your statement “HempTech consulting, a team...

 

Editorial

In response to Traig Weishaar’s letter to the editor this week, we would like to call attention to our original reporting on May 23, 2019, in which we covered the presentation by the HempTech...

 

Wenatchee Homecoming Queen is Charly Plinski

Charly Plinski was crowned Homecoming Queen on Friday night of last week for Wenatchee High School. Charly is a senior at Wenatchee High, a 4A school of more than 2800 students. She is the daughter...

 

Halloween celebrated through the years in Odessa; other odds and ends

100 years ago The Odessa Record November 2, 1919 News updates: Halloween activities included a public gathering at the English Congregational church with booths for fortune telling, apple bobbing, etc...

 

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