Ridgeview High School Principal Receives State Honor

A Central Oregon school administrator was named Principal of the Year in Oregon on Thursday, and the best part is that he didn’t know about it until his staff and students surprised him with the news at a special assembly on Thursday afternoon, and Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was there for the priceless moment.

The Center Foundation Player of the Game: Ava Kitchin

Nailing a turnaround three point field goal that lifted Redmond to a lead the hosts would not relinquish, Ava Kitchin poured in 20 points to pace the Panthers to a 53-37 victory over crosstown rival Ridgeview in the Intermountain Conference girls’ basketball opener for both schools Friday evening.

Kitchin’s only trey of the game sparked a 24-5 run by Redmond and help the senior center earn The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors. The victory was only the Panthers’ second in the last 15 matches with the Ravens.

The Center Foundation Player of the Game: Jonah Yunker

Opening holes for his backs, disrupting Ridgeview’s rush game, recovering two fumbles, and blocking a pass, Jonah Yunker did it all in Summit High School’s key 34-12 Intermountain Conference football victory over host Ridgeview High School Friday night.
For his effort, the junior lineman earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors to help keep the Storm’s post-season aspirations alive.

Culinary Chopped Challenge at Ridgeview October 21st 

Ridgeview High Culinary Arts instructor Brandon Shotwell visits with Central Oregon Daily about Redmond School District’s First Annual High School Culinary Chopped Challenge. Student teams will be competing from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Saturday, October 21 in the Ridgeview Commons. There will be presentations, sampling and awards and the public can vote for their favorite presentation.

Senator Merkley Makes His Case Against Supreme Court Nominee

In the third of his three Central Oregon town halls on Saturday, Senator Jeff Merkley closed out his appearance in front of more than 500 people at Ridgeview High School in Redmond by explaining why he will oppose Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, whose confirmation hearings will begin on Monday.