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Trapshooting team from Marlin/Odessa in first place

The Spokesman-Review’s Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition completed the fourth week of competition on January 27, 2019. The Marlin and Odessa Gun Clubs participate in trap shooting from their respective locations but combine their scores to...

 

CONGRATS

The Odessa School District congratulates Coach Jeff Nelson on his induction into the Washington State Football Coaches' Association Hall of Fame....

 

Jr./Sr. high school honor roll students

Students at Odessa Jr.-Sr. High School who achieved placement on the honor roll for the first semester of this academic year are listed below. A student must have a grade point average of 3.50-4.00 to be on the Honor Roll, and Honorable Mention...

 

Area collegians work hard for good grades

Gonzaga Elizabeth Larson of Odessa has earned placement on the Gonzaga University Dean’s List for fall semester 2018. Students must earn a 3.5 to 3.84 grade-point average to be listed. Montana State At Montana State University, Hannah Sheldon is on...

 

Town, Sheriff in agreement

Monday night’s meeting of the Odessa Town Council provided closure of a sort to the story of Odessa’s $12,000 per month contract with the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office for coverage while the...

 
 By Marjorie Womach    News    January 31, 2019 

Local history for your reading pleasure

Highlighting the Past: Kinzel and Kinoshita In June of 2015, local home owner Kris Moritz donated a sizable collection of photos and memorabilia from her mother’s (Alice Kinzel Moritz) estate. At that time it was reported in The Record of the...

 

Tourism promotion is planned by county EDC

(Davenport, WA January 25, 2019.) Tourism opportunities are top-of-mind for the Lincoln County Economic Development Council as plans for a 2019 promotion schedule are finalized. This is the tenth year that the Council will contract with the county...

 

BBCC to hold job and career fair

MOSES LAKE — More than 80 employers are expected to attend the 2019 Job and Career Fair scheduled for Thursday, February 28 on the Big Bend Community College campus. The annual job fair, which is in its 26th year, is the largest local event that...

 

Board recognized by staff

The Board of Directors of Odessa School District #105 met in the library at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, preceded by a workshop in the district office at 5:30 p.m. for the purpose of reviewing the budget and discussing staffing. Present...

 

Moffet nets 2,000 points in HS career

Since starting for the Odessa High School boys basketball team as a freshman, Ryan Moffet, now a junior, has accumulated 2,000 points. Head basketball coach Larry Weber awarded Moffet a white basketba...

 

The Year in Review

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

 

OHS football players garner awards

On January 9, awards were presented in the school cafeteria to members of the state champion Tiger football team. The team's quarterback Camden Weber received the Captain's Award. Marcus King, in...

 

Local trapshooters in the top echelon

The Spokesman-Review’s Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition completed the third of its eight weeks of competition on January 13, 2019. The Marlin and Odessa Gun Clubs participate in trap shooting from their respective locations but combine their...

 

Harrington broadband highlight of press conference

(Davenport WA, January 18, 2019) It was early 2016 when the Harrington PDA began to install a high speed broadband network through their downtown business district. Now, three years later, that project has become a model for do-it-yourself rural...

 

Cronrath resigns from council, MacClellan voted in, Josh Grant is city attorney

PDA The Harrington Public Development Authority met January 15 at city hall with President Heather Slack opening the meeting with the following present: Tim Tipton, Bunny Haugan, Jay Kane, Jay Gossett, Paul Charlton and Jill Plaskon. Discussions cent...

 
 By Jeffery Wehr    News    January 24, 2019

2nd-quarter Science/Engineering Peer Choice Awards

Over the past few weeks before the winter break, the Odessa High School and Junior High School science students had been busy conducting independent science research entitled the Second Quarter...

 
 By ZACH SCHAFER    News    January 17, 2019

Future of float depends on community

The Odessa Chamber of Commerce has undergone the challenging task of creating an operating budget for 2019. As revenues remain flat and expenses continue to rise, we have been forced to make additional budget cuts. In 2018, we were forced to...

 

New police chief sworn in Monday

Monday night's meeting of the Odessa Town Council included the swearing in of the town's new police chief Brent Dell by Mayor Bill Crossley. The meeting was followed by a "meet and greet" session...

 

THE YEAR IN REVIEW

March The Odessa High School boys basketball team took fourth place at the state 1B tournament in Spokane last week after a grueling post-season of play. Two Odessa boys earned medals for...

 

Finding homes for four-legged friends

It's amazing how one person can flip your whole world upside down. Just one call made life in the Deering home sad, stressed and hectic. Our landlord of about 13 years for my husband and 10 years for me, called on Friday and said that our house may...

 

FBLA window campaign for OTH making progress

Replacing the 22 single-pane wood-frame windows in the Old Town Hall is the goal of Odessa High School FBLA’s current Window Campaign, says FBLA advisor Terri King. The students have been approaching businesses, organizations and individuals to...

 

Second week of trapshooting contest shows better results

The second week of the Spokesman-Review’s Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition was held Sunday, January 13, 2019. The Marlin and Odessa Gun Clubs participate in trap shooting from their respective locations but combine their scores to form one te...

 

HOHS, Community Forum meet; city groups gear up for action in new year

HOHS Monday, January 7, the Harrington Opera House Society held their first meeting of the year with Ed Haugan, Linda Wagner, Mark and Sheryl Stedman, Gordon and Billie Herron, Marge Womach, Karen Robertson, Carol, Becky Moeller and Ellen Evans...

 

Trap shooters come out for opening day

The Spokesman-Review of Spokane is again sponsoring the Inland Northwest Trapshoot competition that began Sunday, January 6, 2019, and will continue for the next seven weeks. From their separate gun clubs, the Marlin and Odessa shooters combine to...

 

2018 Lincoln County crime statistics

By WADE MAGERS Lincoln County Sheriff In 2018, Lincoln County had a decrease by 30 percent in overall crime compared to 2017 but experienced an increase in calls for service by 306 over 2017. The...

 

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