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Tiger Pride

 — Updated 11/24/2019

 
 By Laura Estes    Community

Holidays are upon us, what's your meal plan?

Thanksgiving Day is one week away. If you are the head cook for your family celebration, you may be planning how you will pull it together. Delegating salads and other side dishes t... — Updated 11/24/2019

 

Courthouse report

SUPERIOR COURT John F. Strohmaier, Judge Criminal Sentencings Benjamin Gunner Lassey, 29, changed his plea to guilty to a charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and to another charge of possession... — Updated 11/24/2019

 

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... — Updated 11/24/2019

 

Tigers shut out Colton, Selkirk Rangers up next

The Tigers defeated Colton last Friday evening at home in Odessa in a very uneven match-up (as all their contests have been all season). Od 46 14 7 6 73 Col 0 0 0 0 0 Freshman... — Updated 11/24/2019

 

Volleyball team takes fourth place at state

The Tiger volleyball team wound up in fourth place in last week's state tournament played at the Sundome in Yakima. On Thursday, the first day of the tournament, the team won their... — Updated 11/22/2019

 

Tiger girls win 2, lose 2, wind up fourth at state

By TERRIE SCHMIDT-CROSBY Three Rivers Christian The Tiger volleyball team faced their first opponents, Three Rivers Christian of Longview, in the Yakima Sundome at 8 a.m. Thursday m... — Updated 11/22/2019

 

Many Tigers named to all-league first team

Out of the nine teams in the league in which the Odessa football team plays, several Odessa players have been named to the 1st Team All League in the Central 1B Division. Offensive team Marcus King was named Player of the Year. At... — Updated 11/22/2019

 

Columbia Basin group elects 2020 board, officers

Moses Lake, WA - The state’s organization serving as the “voice” of the Columbia Basin Project elected new board of trustees to serve in 2020. The Columbia Basin Development League has supported the Bureau of Reclamation’s... — Updated 11/22/2019

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News

City Council, Opera House performance, Turkey Bingo and Thanksgiving events

City Council The Harrington City Council met November 13 at 7 p.m. with Mayor Pro Tem Tim Tipton at the helm, with the other council members present (Davenport, MacClellan and... — Updated 11/22/2019

 

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