April 22, 2015

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                     Redmond Spokesman out now!

Available at a variety of places including Bi-Mart, Westside One Stop, Walgreens, Pappy's Pizzeria, and Grocery Outlet. 

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Redmond Mayor George Endicott presented his annual State of the City message April 15 at Juniper Golf Club. His message was one of sustained business growth and city expansion. For more see this week’s Spokesman.





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Brett Blundell, Ridgeview first singles player returns the ball in a match with Mountain View. For more boys tennis see this week’s Spokesman


"Lucky Stiff," Redmond Proficiency Academy production

Molly Williams sings as Dominique du Monaco during Redmond Proficiency Academy Performing Arts' production of "Lucky Stiff," at RPA's west campus, April 18. The production is a musical comedy about a man who receives a large inheritance from his deceased uncle but will only receive it if he completes outrageous tasks his uncle left on his will -- one of which is taking his uncle's taxidermied body to Monte Carlo. The production will run again April 23 and 24, admission is $5 for students and $8 for general admission.

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