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A community newspaper committed to local news, the Spokesman has been serving northern Deschutes County in Oregon for more than 100 years. We celebrated our centennial in 2010, the same year as the city of Redmond!
From the Redmond Proficiency Academy:Redmond Proficiency Academy Announces Job and Career Fair Created and Designed by Students to Benefit
From Evergreen Cultural Arts Committee:Public Meeting: 7:00 – 8:00 pmWednesday, May 18Wild Ride Brewing332 SW 5th
This week's paper features an update on several Redmond-based businesses, the Redmond and Ridgeview equestrian teams preparing for state competition and a cleanup at Smith Rock State Park. It is available today at locations including Metolius Market, Ray's Food Place in Sisters and The Trading Post in Crooked River Ran
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From Oregon Health Authority,Elevated mercury levels found in fish tissue from many state water bodies
From Deschutes County SheriffPhone Scam in Central OregonSimilar incidents reported on 03-22-2016.
From Central Oregon Community College:The following Central Oregon Community College students were named to the winter-term Dean's List. The COCC Dean's List is based on enrollment in 12 or more credits.
Peggy Sweet, chair of VFW Post 4108's mounted color guard, discusses training her 9-year-old Andalusian pure Spanish horse Princess Riri in the below video. Sweet hopes to use the horse in the color guard, but isn't sure if Princess Riri will be ready. This week's Spokesman features an update on t
This week's Spokesman features an update on the mounted color guard planned at VFW Post 4108, as well as stories on a new star for Ridgeview High's boys golf team and Redmond-based Farm to Friends grocery delivery business. It is available today at locations including Terrebonne Thriftway, Pappy's Pizzeria and Safeway.
Diane Thelma Bradshaw, of RedmondMay 25, 1929 - April 6, 2016Arrangements: Redmond Memorial Chapel has been entrusted and is honored to serve the family. Please sign our guest book at www.redmondmemorial.com 541-548-3219
Marilyn Elizabeth Reiser, of RedmondSept. 1, 1933 - April 1, 2106Arrangements: Redmond Memorial Chapel has been entrusted and is honored to serve the family. Please sign our guest book at www.redmondmemorial.com 541-548-3
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From Angus News Feed, K Bar D awarded for sired groups
From ShanRae Hawkins, Stingray Communications and Mike Britton, Deschutes Basin Board of Control, Court Issues Opinion Denying Motion
From Deschutes County Sheriff's OfficeNext generation of leaders bring diverse experience, expertise and background to key positions
From Karen Sande, events director with the Redmond Chamber of Commerce:18th Youth Art Walk kicks off 2016 Third Friday Stroll series
From the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office:
Eric Bradford Pies, of MadrasFeb. 8, 1964 - April 2, 2016Arrangements: Bel-Air Funeral Home, 541-475-2241Services:
From Curtis Chambers Sergeant, Redmond PDRedmond Police Department Announce DUII Enforcement
From Sergeant Curtis Chambers Redmond Police DepartmentRedmond police and Oregon State Policeinves
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Norman Vernon Zook, of RedmondSept. 8, 1917 - Mar. 24, 2016Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel of La Pine is honored to serve the family. Please visit our website,
From the Oregon Department of Forestry:OREGON'S TREE CITY COMMUNITIES HONORED FOR ARBOR WEEK
Check out some photos from this weekMiss High Desert Scholarship Program rehearsal. The pageant will be held March 12, at 6 p.m. at the Crook county high School.
Dorothy "Darlene" Pickles, of RedmondDec. 10, 1929 - Feb. 27, 2016Arrangements: Redmond Memorial Chapel is honored and been entrusted to serve the family. Please sign our guest book at www.redmondmemorial.com 541-548-3219
Learn about the city's rockchuck sculpture program, a new Redmond quilt guild and preview Redmond High's track season. All in this week's Spokesman. It is available now at locations including Fred Meyer, Grocery Outlet and Walgreens.
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