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Town hall meeting hears candidates

The candidates running for local town government positions were given the opportunity Monday evening of this week to tell the citizens of Odessa what they wanted to do for the community if elected...

 
 By Linda Goodman    News    October 10, 2019 

Follow-up visit with future Dr. Cornett

Many of you might remember a story I wrote back in February called, "Grabbing life by the horns at the age of 15," about Charleigh Cornett and her quest to become a surgeon and the fundraising...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    October 10, 2019 

Fall Fest follow-up; fiddle orchestra at opera house; Dupre or Depre Morgan

Chamber of Commerce The Harrington Area Chamber of Commerce met Wednesday, October 2, at noon at the Post & Office with the following attending: Tim Tipton, Paula Harrington, Karen Robertson,...

 

Odessa overwhelms both Inchelium and Harrington

By TERRIE SCHMIDT-CROSBY Inchelium The Inchelium Hornets came to town October 3 to face the Tigers and were defeated, 3-0. The win gives the Tigers an overall 8-3 record so far this season. Od 25 25...

 

Tigers bring down Soap Lake Eagles in 70-0 rout

The Tigers jumped out to a 40-0 lead in the first quarter of play against the Soap Lake Eagles October 4 in a pattern that has repeated itself all season so far. Marcus King was once again Odessa's...

 

Funding for the underserved

(Spokane Valley, WA), October 1, 2019 – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Washington Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Jon Wyss reminds producers that FSA offers specially targeted farm ownership and farm operating loans to...

 

Fall Festival weather was "iffy" but mattered not to folks in Harrington

Harrington Fall Festival On September 27, Harrington was a busy town from early morning throughout the day and into the evening. Students helped in the process of sprucing up the town. The Harrington...

 

Enrollment down some, otherwise school off to good start this year

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library September 25, 2019 at 6 p.m. Attending were board chair Ed Deife; board members Heather Valverde, Chris Crossley, J...

 

Meet the candidates:

General election, November 5, 2019 This is the final week of information on the various candidates running for office in Odessa. The Record learned last week that Marcus Horak, Joe Schlomer and Bill...

 

Pateros falls to Tigers in another shutout for OHS

The Pateros Billygoats were no match for the Tigers at home in Odessa last Thursday evening, September 26. Marcus King dominated the Tiger offense, making five touchdowns, three rushing, one...

 

Lind to hold its 19th annual community-wide yard sale

SMALL TOWN - BIG SALE just about sums it all up when you are talking about the 19th annual community-wide yard sale in Lind, sponsored by the Lind Chamber of Commerce. The event takes place Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12, from 8 a.m. to 4...

 

49th Deutschesfest a mixed bag

[The Record's reporters were out and about gathering information on Fest for our readers. More will follow next week, as reports come in from vendors, civic groups and non-profits.] The 49th annual Od...

 

Senior Meals info; Fall Festival and alumni dinner this weekend, Sept. 27-28

Mid-County Seniors Mid-County Seniors is a Harrington non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created in 1996 when the Senior Meals program began in Harrington. If you are interested in joining this group, please contact Susie Harding at 509-270-6023, as t...

 

42nd Annual Mennonite Country Auction is Oct. 5

Ritzville, WA – The Mennonite Country Auction (MCA) will once again be raising money for relief efforts nationally and around the world conducted through the Mennonite Central Committee. This year marks the 42nd annual sale and auction. It will be...

 

Lost and found items; thoughts on Fest 2019

The office of The Odessa Record is often where folks drop off found items following events such as Deutschesfest. Several items were turned in again this year, although most have already been claimed. However, between The Record’s office, the town...

 

2019 WIAA football state championship sites set

RENTON, Wash. – The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association executive board voted recently to approve three venues to host the 2019 WIAA football state championships. The six championship games will be held at Sparks Stadium (Puyallup), H...

 

Welcome to the 49th Deutschesfest

Once Odessa had expanded from a mere railway stop with an adjacent general store to a thriving community, it has had a fall celebration in order to mark the completion of the harvest, the end of summe...

 

Night golf a success for Odessa's pool

On August 16, the Odessa Friends of the Pool (FOP) hosted the 12th Annual Night Flyer Golf Tournament at Odessa Golf & RV. The night was a huge success, raising over $8,000! Funds were raised...

 

Opera House Society and City Council meet; Willows perform to acclaim

HOHS meeting Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Ed and Bunny Haugan, Billie and Gordon Herron, Kris Moritz, Becky Moeller, Ellen Evans, Carol, Marge Womach, Linda Wagner and Karen Robertson attended the Sept....

 

Meet the candidates: Victoria Iverson vs. Tami Smith

General election on November 5, 2019 This week, The Record continues its series on candidates running for positions in town government as they present their views on various topics of interest to Odes...

 

Scramble to the finish, as Fest draws nearer

Odessa’s streets are to be swept this week and next, and the fire department will wash sidewalks Tuesday evening, Sept. 17, at 5 p.m. JonathINNs has a new bright yellow trailer from which it will...

 

Council approves water main

At its Monday evening regularly scheduled meeting, the Odessa Town Council heard from Patty Martin and Jackie Allen, organizers of the October 7 community candidate forum, that assistance with present...

 

Fall Festival shaping up, Willows coming to opera house, Pemberton update

Chamber of Commerce The Harrington Area Chamber of Commerce met September 4 at noon at the Post & Office with Tim Tipton, Paula Harrington, school superintendent Wayne Massie, Cindy Haase, Karen...

 

Great year for locals at the Lincoln County Fair

The year 2019 was quite a successful one for the local folks who exhibited their projects at the Lincoln County Fair. We are grateful to Terri King, Jennifer Lewis and Nancy Evans for sharing their...

 

Fest updates

Grannie BarBar reports that she and Jerry have just finished baking cookies for Fest and have put them in the freezer. They won’t start working on their fruit-filled breakfast rolls until the...

 

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