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Check out this week's Spokesman for stories on Redmond's repairs after record snowfall and Redmond High's golf team starting the season. It's available today at locations including Country Nook, Safeway and 7-Eleven.
From Redmond School District,Redmond Early Learning Center music teacher develops innovative technique
From Redmond School District, Ridgeview High and Redmond High host annual Empty Bowls fundraiser
From Thelma's Place.Thelma’s Place Plans Volunteer Recruitment Luncheon Thelma’s Place will be holding an open house luncheon on April 6, 2017, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm for anyone who is
This week's Spokesman features stories on Pahlisch Homes Inc.'s new development,
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The March 8 Spokesman features a story on the reopening of Petersen Rock Garden. Unfortunately, we couldn't fit all the photos we took there in the paper. So here are some more.
Petersen Rock Garden reopens, the
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Mary Jo Montagner, of RedmondJune 17, 1936 - Feb. 7, 2017Arrangements: Autumn Funerals- REDMOND www.autumnfunerals.net 541-504-9485Services: Celebrati
From Central Oregon Beekeeping AssociationCentral Oregon Beekeeping Association hosts AnnualBEEKEEPING FOR BEGINNERSFebruary 25, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Feb. 15 Spokesman features a story on Redmond's new City Hall, located in the former Evergreen Elementary School building. A ribbon cutting is planned for 10 a.m. Feb. 21. Here are more photos from our recent tour of the building:
From Heart of Oregon Corps, $250,000 in Grants Awarded to Local Youth Serving Agencies Providing GED Wraparound Services Young people in Central Oregon often need more than classes to succeed in earning a GED certifi
From Central Oregon Association of RealtorsDecreases in Sold Volume, and Rising Home Prices in 2016The Central Oregon Association of REALTORS® released end statistics for single family homes for of the year
From Redmond Police Department.Redmond police announce DUII enforcement results for January, planned February enforcementIn January, the Redmond Police Department conducted a D
From Redmond Proficiency Academy Local Students Win Nineteen Awards At South Regional Acting CompetitionEleven RPA students qualified for state competition
By Megan Gram, Central Oregon Cat AllianceCentral Oregon Cat Alliance Receives $21K Grant From PetSmart Charities
News Release from Deschutes Co. Sheriff's OfficeCONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEIn 2016, the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office experienced a steady increase in applicants for new Concealed Handgun licenses (CHL), transf
News Release from Oregon Military DepartmentOREGON ARMY NATIONAL GUARD MOBILIZES AIR AMBULANCE UNIT FOR MIDDLE EAST DEPLOYMENT
From Oregon Parks and Recreation Dept.,Oregon Parks and Recreation Department seek new committee membersOPRD SEEKS TO FILL FOUR OPEN ATV ADVISORY COMMITTEE POSITIONS -- TIME
From the office of Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River:
Our apologies to all our valued Spokesman subscribers for missed deliveries during this snow-laden start of the year. While most of our carrier routes are now back up and operational, there is at least one route which was missed today and will be delivered tomorrow (Thursday) morning. &nbs
From the Redmond Library, Redmond Library Adult Events for FebruaryEventsSeason of Nonviolence Book Discussion -
From the Redmond Library,Redmond Library February-March Family / Youth programsKIDS PROGRAMSPreschool Parade Story Time - Stories, songs, rhymes, crafts to develop early literacy skills. Age 3-5. Wednesd
From Redmond School District, School District selects Public Information Officer
From the VFW,VFW Announces Oregon’s Voice of Democracy Scholarship WinnerPortland, OR. January 28, 2017 – Mackyle Little, a Senior at Culver High School in Culver, OR., was named the VFW Depa
From BLM, Seasonal Wildlife Closures in Prineville AreaCentral Ore. -- The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Prineville District has started implementing a series of annual wildlife closures to pro