The Odessa Record -

News

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 2349



Town Council

The town council met August 27 in the public library to hear from Steve Nelson of Century West Engineering on the status of various projects dealing with streets and water/sewer infrastructure. He...

 

Diabetes workshop coming to Odessa in Sept./October

Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center and Lincoln Hospital are pleased to be facilitating “Living Well with Diabetes,” a 6-week workshop developed by Stanford University to help individuals who have diabetes manage their symptoms and improve the...

 

For the Walters, LC Fair is a family affair

The four young sons of HaLee and Colley Walter of Odessa participated in the Lincoln County Fair in Davenport in August, taking part in various aspects of the event and supporting one another in...

 

Debates scheduled

Candidates Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Lisa Brown, running for 5th Congressional District seat, have agreed to four debates leading up to the general election in November: September 19, October 17, October 18 and October 24. See local TV listings for...

 

Signs honor Foley

SPOKANE – Members of the Washington Legislature, the Washington State Transportation Commission and local elected leaders were among those present to unveil a sign commemorating the renaming of...

 

Meet Tay Tantivirum from Thailand

Tay Tantivirun stopped in at the office of The Odessa Record last Thursday on his way via bicycle from Seattle to Ann Arbor, Mich., where he recently finished up a bachelor's degree in mechanical engi...

 

School board

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library August 22 at 6 p.m., preceded by a workshop in the district office at 5:30 p.m. for the purpose of reviewing the 2018-2019 extra-curricular salary schedule and to di...

 

Harrington news

Harrington Public Development Authority The Harrington PDA met August 21 at city hall with the President Heather Slack and Secretary Bunny Haugan attending, all others excused due to jobs associated with the harvest season. Minutes were reviewed and...

 

Town Council and Chamber of Commerce

The last two meetings of the Odessa Town Council on July 26 and August 9 were well attended by several townspeople with concerns about the effectiveness of Odessa’s dog ordinance. Barking dogs,...

 

News briefs

Jordan Frederick, a 2008 graduate of Odessa High School has received an Associate of Technical Science degree in radiologic technology from Wenatchee Valley College this August. *** Due to licensing system upgrades, all Washington DOL vehicle/vessel...

 

Crossley declares August 'General Aviation Month'

Washington, DC – The Alliance for Aviation Across America Wednesday commended Mayor William F. Crossley of Odessa, Washington for proclaiming August “General Aviation Month.” In Washington, airports contribute more than $50.9 billion to the...

 

Spring canola harvest is underway

Below are updates from the WSU and Washington Oilseed Cropping Systems team as spring canola harvest kicks into gear in eastern Washington and other Pacific Northwest locations. - The winter canola variety trial harvest is complete for WSU and the...

 

Inland NW Rail Museum to celebrate anniversary

Mark August 25 on your calendar to help the Inland Northwest Rail Museum celebrate its second anniversary at the museum site just outside Reardan. The 52-year-old non-profit group has been working hard during the past year to continue refining...

 

Kelly Mountain fire update

Republic, WA – Fire crews will finalize gridding and mop up operations today and will continue to disassemble and remove equipment from the lines. Tenders and a grader will be operating on N. Fork Trout Creek Road and Rose Valley Road. Yield to...

 

Harrington news

Harrington had quite a number of lodges or secret societies in the early years, some of the names only appearing in the news of the unincorporated town of Harrington, while others thrived into what is now our modern history. One of the earliest menti...

 

Entire Northwest blanketed by haze

This story was compiled based on various official government reports posted to the Internet. Fires continue to rage all around eastern Washington, with major blazes currently engaging firefighters nea...

 

Emergency Evacuation Levels

Level 1 evacuations are an alert. There is no immediate danger to your home, family, or business, but the fire (or other danger) may be moving toward you. Now is the time to get ready. Refine your evacuation plans, and gather the things you’ll...

 

Avista to join Food Bank on August 23 in Odessa

Avista will be joining the Odessa Foodbank on our next open date of Thursday, August 23, during regular operation hours from 1:30-3 p.m. Avista comes each year to serve our local food bank, giving tips on conserving energy as well as other helpful...

 

Manweller fired from job at Central Washington University

Republican state Rep. Matt Manweller, currently running for his fourth term as the District 13 state representative, was fired from his position as a tenured professor of political science at Central...

 

August 7, 2018 primary election results are in

Out of 7,076 registered voters, a total of 3,825 cast ballots in the August 7 primary election. The next ballot count will be on Aug. 20, and the date of certification of the election is Aug. 21. Results, showing only the top two finishers unless...

 

Harrington news

Harrington Opera House Society Monday evening the Harrington Opera House Society met in the Art Room for their monthly meeting with the following in attendance: Ed and Bunny Haugan, Billie and Gordon Herron, Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Linda Wagner,...

 

Angel Springs Fire

Editor's note: The following information is based on press releases and official reports by various agencies. August 2: The Angel Springs Fire in Lincoln County, near the city of Davenport, started...

 

Seven complete local nursing class

Odessa Memorial Healthcare Center has announced that the following nursing assistants have graduated from a class recently offered in Odessa: Leanna Ferrer, Emily Rawson, Rachel Schell, Aimee...

 

Dry weather precautions

SPOKANE – Aug. 6, 2018: In response to dry summer conditions and high wildfire danger in the region, Avista is undertaking temporary changes to power line operations in its Washington and Idaho service area. These temporary changes are being made...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2018

Rendered 10/17/2018 23:36