Articles from the May 14, 2015 edition

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Foundation's winetasting auction a social event for a cause

The May 1 winetasting, microbrew tasting and auction (silent and live) put on by the Odessa Healthcare Foundation was another well-attended event this year, with locals and out-of-town visitors...

 
 By MARJORIE WOMACH    News    May 14, 2015

"Cruisin' Harrington" is Saturday; town gears up for visitors

The Harrington Opera House Society met May 4. Gordon Herron, Bonnie and Mike Hardy, Ed and Bunny Haugan, Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Linda Wagner, Karen Robertson, Marge Womach, Steven Hardy and Dillon Haas were on hand for discussion by the building...

 

Hunters vie for spot on TV show

Rack'D Up Outdoors LLC is a company that offers retail, specialty products, apparel, marketing, videography, and advertising in the outdoor industry. They eat, live, and dream about the adventures of...

 

2015 float ready for season

The Odessa Community Float will take its maiden voyage of 2015 through the streets of town Thursday, May 14, at dusk in anticipation of this Saturday’s Lilac Parade in Spokane, said float committee chairman Justin Parr. The Odessa Jr./Sr. High...

 
 By ROB COFFMAN    News    May 14, 2015

Commish's Corner

Lincoln County Commissioner After seven months of waiting for an attorney general opinion, we finally have answers to our questions. All of the questions we asked revolve around RCW 46.09.360 which...

 

The Weather

High Low Prec. S May. 07 64 34 .00 May. 08 71 33 .00 May. 09 74 37 .00 May. 10 74 38 .00 May. 11 78 44 .00 May. 12 76 51 .00 May. 13 67 47 .30 Yearly total to date 8.74 inches. Snow accumulation: .93 inches to date....

 

Odessa Grain

The latest cash grain market here shows Soft White Wheat down at $5.30. Hard Red Winter is down at $5.26. DNS is down at $6.13. Barley is down at 148.00....

 

Court 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 or suspicious...

 

What's Hot

Odessa School Menu MONDAY, May 18: Juice, fruit, bagel w/cream cheese. Lunch: Tacos, corn muffin, fruit and veg bar. TUESDAY, May 19: Muffin. egg patty, fruit and juice. Lunch: Pepperoni pizza, corn, jello, fruit and veg bar. WEDNESDAY, May 20:...

 

OMHC Public Service Announcement

The list of wines benefits is long- and getting more surprising all the time. Already well- known as heart healthy, wine in moderation might help you lose weight, reduce forgetfulness, boost your immunity, and help prevent bone loss. With America...

 

Ask Doctor Universe

Asked by Hailey, 10, Ontario Dear Hailey, Cats love attention, but we don’t get jealous like humans do. It’s one of those emotions that set human beings apart from other creatures in the animal kingdom. But I can’t imagine it’s the most pleas...

 

Junior High track meet held in Ritzville

A Bi-County junior-high track and field meet was held April 30 at Lind-Ritzville/Sprague High School. 8th-grade boys 1. Davenport 132 2. Wilbur-Creston 98 3. Springdale 77 4. Republic 56 5. Columbia 35 6. Reardan 34 7. Northport 28 8. Wellpinit 21...

 

Schools vie for Golden Flask

On May 7, more than 50 students from five schools in the Bi-County joined Odessa for the 5th Annual Bi-County STEM Challenge. STEM stands for Science/Technology/Engineering/Mathematics. Teams from Ode...

 

Titan baseball team ends regular season with four straight resounding league wins

Selkirk The Titan baseball team closed out its regular season with wins against Selkirk and Almira/Coulee-Hartline last week. In game one, Chance Messer was the winning pitcher, with Brad Johnston at...

 

Athletes of the Week

All three of these young people work hard, they lead by being “quiet examples,” and have surprised themselves with their performances at the last several Junior High Track meets. Jon is the son...

 

Farmer's work benefits the public and environment

Most Lincoln County residents have driven along US Highway 2 extending from Reardan to Almira and passing through Davenport, Creston and Wilbur. Some people notice that all of Highway 2 is bordered by agricultural fields. What people don’t always...

 

FBLA Taco Feed

Peggy DeWulf, Kelly Weber and Melissa Schafer, parents of Odessa FBLA students, served up tacos last Wednesday in the school cafeteria in order to raise money for the students' trip to Chicago and...

 

Titans place 6th at track and field meet in Colfax

League meet, Colfax At Colfax High School on May 5, the Titans faced other 1B/2B schools, with the boys' team taking sixth place and the girl's team placing tying for sixth. Team scores, boys 1....

 

STEMposium heads to OHS

OHS Scince, Technology, Engineering and Mathmatics, Honors and Advanced Stem Research Projects would like to announce their annual “Stemposium.” with special guest, “Mobius Science Center.” This event will be held on Monday, May 18, from 6...

 

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