January 28, 2015

Jan. 28, 2015 Preview

Here is a preview of the Jan. 15 edition of the Redmond Spokesman Newspaper. Be sure to pick up a copy, available at a variety of places including Fred Meyer, The Buggy Stop, Albertson's, Bi-mart, and Seven-Eleven.

Front Page


The City of Redmond is moving forward on the Evergreen Rehabilitation Project, which is planned to start next month. The Evergreen Elementary building is to become the new city hall, with a project contractual end date of October 2016. Read more about the project and how to get involved in this week's paper.


Sports



Redmond's Austin Doescher pins Jared Wheeler of Crook County Jan. 21. Doescher's win was one of four victories by Redmond. Crook County won the match 51-18. The Panthers host Bend Thursday and then look ahead to the regional wrestling tournament in Hood River Feb. 13-14.


Community



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Alicia Smith leads a couple of fitness classes at the Redmond Senior Center that help seniors maintain their physical abilities. See The Spokesman Sports, Page 3

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