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 By Rob Coffman    News    November 8, 2018

Porcupine Bay road update

Unfortunately, a new slide on the Porcupine Bay project occurred on October 3 and work has been halted on the east (downhill side) soldier-pile retaining wall. This work stoppage is due to slope stabi...

 

Halloween Carnival rocks

Odessa High School's FFA advisor HaLee Walter reports that the Halloween Carnival was a big success, with over 100 people attending the event in the Odessa Community Center. The group partnered this...

 

All-League FB team has several Odessa players

Northeast 1B League, South Division, All-League team members have been named. Included were the Odessa Tiger’s Camden Weber at quarterback and running backs Marcus King and Joshua Clark. At wide receiver, sophomore Tim DeWulf made the list, as did...

 

The view from the home field bleachers

Volleyball The Tiger volleyball season has ended, as only one team from our local district was allowed to move on to the state tournament being held in Yakima this weekend. The Tigers’ loss to Pomeroy last Saturday meant that the Tiger girls will...

 

Harrington News - Panthers experience varied education; updates on opera house schedule

November Panther Newsletter A recently printed Panther News highlighted the Cowboy Buck and Elizabeth performance including details of their practice sessions at the school. The fifth and sixth grades took a field trip to the Eastern Washington...

 

Dinner/auction nets over $25,000

The Odessa Athletic Booster Club dinner and auction held last Saturday, October 27, at the Odessa Community Center raised over $25,000 for Tiger athletics. The community center was decorated in a...

 

Schoolwide enrollment approaches 250

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the high school library Wednesday, October 24. The meeting was preceded by a workshop in the district office for the purpose of discussing the gym/weight room user fee and the upcoming...

 

McMorris Rodgers stops in Odessa

On Saturday, October 26, Cathy McMorris Rodgers stopped in Odessa and several other small towns in Lincoln County to meet with constituents and urge all registered voters to mail in their ballots for...

 

Peter Davenport's UFO presentation fills opera house

Presenting Peter Davenport “A Night of UFOs” was presented by Peter Davenport, Director of the National UFO Reporting Center co-sponsored by the Harrington Public Development Authority and the Harrington Opera House Society. This benefit lecture...

 

Welcome to Odessa's 48th annual Deutschesfest!

The 48th annual Deutschesfest has arrived, and Odessa has rolled out the welcome mat to the many friends, family members, former residents, long-time repeat visitors and first-timers to the town's...

 

Deutschesfest closes out its 48th year

STAFF REPORTS The 48th annual Deutschesfest has come and gone. By early Monday afternoon, you would not know that a festival had taken place over the weekend. The Odessa public works crew, employees of the Odessa Trading Company and volunteers from v...

 

Deputy-involved shooting in county investigated

The Spokane Investigative Regional Response Team continues to investigate the deputy-involved shooting that occurred September 6, 2018 at a residence located in the 39600 block of Cayuse Cove Rd. in Lincoln County. The Team was activated after a...

 

BLM lifts fire restrictions on lands it administers

Due to cooler temperatures and increased moisture in the area, the Bureau of Land Management, Spokane District, will lift fire restrictions on lands administered by the district, including the temporary ban on target shooting, in eastern Washington....

 

Welcome to Odessa's 48th annual Deutschesfest!

The 48th annual Deutschesfest has arrived, and Odessa has rolled out the welcome mat to the many friends, family members, former residents, long-time repeat visitors and first-timers to the town's...

 

Burning Man event in Reno, October events in Harrington, Odessa in 1900

Burning Man Saturday, August 25, a Harrington resident and her sister departed Harrington in a well-laden automobile with gear, supplies and camping equipment strapped to the top, and a sign on the re...

 

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,...

 

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