Tag: Redmond Oregon News
Supper Club: Redmond Mayor Discusses Plans for Redmond
After ten years as mayor of Redmond, George Endicott is getting ready to start another term after winning the general election in November. For this week’s Supper Club, Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel sat down with Endicott to talk about his priorities for the next two years.
A special thanks to our Supper Club sponsor, Selco Community Credit Union, for giving us the time and resources to talk about the issues that impact our region with a new edition of Supper Club every Tuesday night on Central Oregon Daily.
First Responders Train for Worst-Case Scenario in Redmond
It’s the kind of event that you don’t want to think about, but you have to prepare for it.
That was the situation on Friday when the Redmond Police Department – OR, Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Oregonand other first responders held a Mass Casualty Drill at Obsidian Middle School.
Central Oregon Daily’s Lisa Carton was there and has more on today’s drill.
Redmond Turkey Trot
If you’re looking to burn some of those Thanksgiving calories before you consume them…and give to a good cause, check out the Redmond Turkey Trot.
St Charles to Close Redmond Birthing Center
Redmond City Council Hopes to Keep Birthing Center Open
Redmond Pump Track Opens
Kids and adults alike in Redmond are celebrating the official opening of the Redmond Pump Track, a project years in the making. Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom has more.
Rep. Walden Visits Redmond Band of Brothers
Just a head of the November election, Oregon Representative Greg Walden made a stop at the Redmond chapter of the “Band of Brothers.” During his visit, Walden spoke about what he’s trying to do to help improve care for Oregon veterans and honored one local veteran in particular.
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was in Redmond this afternoon and has more on the story.
Officials Still Weighing Options for Redmond Birthing Center
Redmond Mayoral Candidates Sit Down for Public Forum
Redmond’s mayoral candidates were at the Redmond Proficiency Academy Wednesday morning for a public forum organized, moderated and attended mostly by students. Current mayor George Endicott and former mayor Ed Fitch answered questions about how they plan to prepare the City of Redmond for the future.
Central Oregon Daily’s Cydney McFarland attended Wednesday’s forum and has more on the story.