February 3, 2015

Feb. 4, 2015 Preview

Here's a preview of the Feb. 4, 2015 edition of the Redmond Spokesman Newspaper. Look for it at press stands in a variety of places including the Culver Market, Terrebonne Thriftway, Tumalo Store, Redmond Albertson's, and The Buggy Stop. 

Front Page



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In late spring Redmond will be home to the largest accessible playground in Oregon thanks to Gary Ollerenshaw who spearheaded a drive to raise nearly $600,000 for the playground at Sam Johnson Park. Read more in the Feb. 4 Spokesman.



Sports



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Redmond wrestlers suffered their lumps last season, but turned the corner with some hard work and a good measure of fun in the off season. Dayton Woodward, above, fights for a win against Bend. See Sports, page 3.




Business





The City of Redmond offers a variety of incentive programs for prospective investors and current business and property owners through the Urban Renewal District program. Local property owner Dick Robertson can speak for the benefits of participating in the programs. Read more about the Urban Renewal District in this weeks edition of the Redmond Spokesman.

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