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Articles from the November 14, 2019 edition

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November 5 election results

Complete results of the November 5 general election are given below. In the Odessa races there were no upsets, and incumbents easily retained their seats. Of the 7,434 registered voters in Lincoln...

 

Seeking feedback for community assessment

The Odessa Chamber of Commerce is about to kick off a community assessment that it hopes will inform and inspire decision-making throughout the town. In partnership with Avista Utilities, the Chamber is inviting all residents of Odessa to engage in...

 

Holiday events at opera house, Chamber meets, Vets Day celebrated today

HOHS meeting The Harrington Opera House Society met November 4 with the following members present: Ellen Evans, Linda Wagner, Carol, Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Gordon and Billie Herron, Ed and Bunny...

 

Veterans honored for service to country

The Veterans Day dinner sponsored by VFW Post #7395 and American Legion Post #105 was held Monday evening in the social hall of Heritage Church. Legion member Bob Kissler was emcee for the event,...

 

Health dept. statement on vitamin E acetate

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has published a new study on the association between vitamin E acetate and vaping-associated lung injury. In light of this new information, the Washington State Department of Health is asking all...

 

Tigers win 3 matches in one day, going to state

Republic The Tiger volleyball team played at peak performance last Saturday, November 9, in District play at Northwest Christian High School. Against the other Tigers in the league, the Odessa Tigers...

 

Tigers complete regular season with win, 78-14

The Odessa Tiger football team traveled to Entiat last Friday, November 8, for its final league game of the season. The Tigers now enter the playoffs. Od 32 38 8 0 78 Ent 6 0 0 8 14 Seniors Joshua...

 

Excellence in Ag Award nominations are sought

All nominations for the “Excellence in Agriculture Award” will close December 1. This prestigious award recognizes individuals and/or organizations who make a significant contribution to agriculture in the Inland Northwest. The nomination form,...

 

Football team wins district, lawsuit dismissed, south hill annexation

100 years ago The Odessa Record November 16, 1919 News updates: Odessa had a quiet Armistice day, as contrasted to the noisy one of last year when news came that the war had ended. The town closed for the day and the school for half a day. Captain...

 

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