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Articles from the November 22, 2018 edition

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William Joel Zimbelman

Bill, Billy, Papa, Daddy, Uncle Bill, aka William Joel Zimbelman, was born February 2, 1953 in Marlin Washington to Donald Zimbelman and Gloria Starkel. Surrounded by love ones, he... — Updated 11/22/2018


Property Transactions

Lincoln County Treasurer Bank of America (successor trustee, Lydia Heimbigner Agricultural Trust), Houston, Texas, to Baker Boyer National Bank (successor trustee, Lydia Heimbigner Agricultural Trust), Walla Walla, Wash. ... — Updated 11/22/2018


Court Report

Superior Court John F. Strohmaier, Judge New Civil Case In an unlawful detainer matter, Columbia Properties LLC seeks return of premises at 206 Adams Street in Davenport from Kayla Sheffels “and any and all other occupants... — Updated 11/22/2018


Sheriff's Report

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... — Updated 11/22/2018


Bi-county academic contest winners

On November 14, Odessa students in grade 3 through 8 competed in Harrington against eight other Bi-County schools in the 2018 Bi-County Academic Contest. The 21 Odessa students... — Updated 11/22/2018


This Week in Odessa

100 years ago The Odessa Record November 22, 1918 An open letter. "The following letter is a copy of a letter written by Governor Lister to a number of Odessa people in answer to a... — Updated 11/22/2018

 By Laura Estes    Community

Apples, apples, apples, it's all about apples. YUM!

Pumpkin, squash and winter cooking apples are plentiful in markets and stores right now. Fortunately, there is no end to the number and variety of recipes for preparing these fall... — Updated 11/22/2018

 By Marjorie Womach    News

City council ponders budget; opera house hosts Japanese/American speaker

By MAJORIE WOMACH Harrington City Council The Harrington City Council met at 7:30 p.m. Nov 14, with the following present: Mayor Justin Slack, councilmen Peter Davenport, Michael... — Updated 11/22/2018

 By Dyanne Deering    School

Tigers whomp Neah Bay, play Quilcene Saturday

By DYANNE DEERING The OHS Tigers dispatched the Neah Bay Red Devils in Saturday morning's game at Lions Field in Moses Lake, crushing the Red Devils by a score of 71 to 8 and... — Updated 11/22/2018


Reclamation adds $7 million to Basin Project

WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 14, 2018) – Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05) and Rep. Dan New-house (WA-04) issued the following statements after the Bureau of Reclamation recently released its fiscal year 2019 Distribution of... — Updated 11/22/2018


Non-native fish left belly up in Wash. lake

OLYMPIA – Earlier this month, a woman reportedly released two large coolers of live tilapia into Sammamish Lake, a popular location for water sports and hiking. A concerned citizen saw the act and reported it to the Washington... — Updated 11/22/2018


OMHC gets grant for mental health issues

Coverys Community Healthcare Foundation has awarded OMHC with a 2018 Patient Safety Grant to be used for dementia and mental health education and training. Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital... — Updated 11/22/2018


Playoffs, turkey bingo make for busy day

Saturday, November 17, was a busy day for many Odessa folks. The day started off for parents of school-aged children and other interested community members with a trip to Moses Lake... — Updated 11/22/2018


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