February 17, 2015

Feb. 18, 2015 Preview

Below is a preview of the stories in the Feb. 18, 2015 edition of the Redmond Spokesman Newspaper. Make sure to pick up a copy tomorrow to read the full stories. 


Front Page



The City of Redmond is rehabilitating the Evergreen building for use as the city hall. The building's history is highlighted this week, as well as some memories from alumni and faculty. Find the story in this week's Spokesman, front and center. 



Sports

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Basketball, Wrestling, Swimming in Sports

Ridgeview girls continued to play tough defense in a loss to Bend last week. The Ridgview girls travel to Mountain View Friday. Sports continued at a torrid pace in Redmond with 14 wrestlers from Redmond High Schools qualifying for the state wrestling tournament and Redmond basketball teams contending for playoff berths. See sports, page 3, in the Feb. 18 Spokesman.





Business



The owners of Dynacore Fitness are taking their gym to the next level. They have seen enough growth in the past three years to move to a larger space, on Veterans Way across the street from the Veterans on Foreign Wars outpost. Read about their story and the unique way they help Redmond citizens stay in shape in this week's Spokesman.  

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