January 14, 2015

Jan. 14, 2015 Preview

This week's edition of the Redmond Spokesman is on newsstands! The newspaper is available at a variety of places including Moe's Food Mart, Black Bear Diner, Bi-Mart, and Starbucks at the Nolan Town Center. Be sure to pick up a copy! Here is a preview of whats inside:

Front Page

The problems of the working poor and homeless haven’t diminished with the economic turnaround. Redmond social service organizations are still experiencing a high demand for food and other services. St. Vincent de Paul Redmond has taken steps to improve it’s ability to provide services to people in need. Read the full story in this week’s Redmond Spokesman. 


This weekend 3,000 wrestlers will return to the High Desert for the 12th year running at the Oregon Wrestling Classic. Local high school wrestling teams will be among the 84 teams competing for state dual meet championships in five classifications. The meet will also host 1,000 kid wrestlers and the first ever girls dual meet between two Oregon High Schools. Look to page 3 in this week’s Spokesman.


Redmond Chamber of Commerce will host their annual banquet and business awards at Eagle Crest this year, with a predicted 250 attendees. Any Redmond citizen is welcome to join the festivities on Jan. 23, tickets priced at $35. Find a full preview in this weeks edition of the Redmond Spokesman Newspaper.

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