Redmond Warming Center

With temperatures in the teens overnight, it could be dangerous if you had no warm place to go or be. Central Oregon Daily’s Austin Reed takes us to Redmond for a tour of the only official ‘warming’ shelter in town.

If you or someone you know needs more information about shelters in any city in Central Oregon, you can go online to

Oregon Mayors Marry

Redmond, Oregon Mayor George Endicott’s life was turned upside down in 2014 when his wife Lynda died only a few days after being diagnosed with cancer. Three years later, he is a newlywed married to another Oregon mayor.

Central Oregon Daily’s Donna Britt sat down with Mayor Endicott and his new wife, Krisanna Clark, to talk about how they found love after loss.

Redmond Early Learning Center Kicks Off New Student Registration

It was the first of its kind in Central Oregon, a school that would house all of one city’s kindergartners under one roof to get them off to a good start in their secondary education. Eight months later, the Redmond School District’s Redmond Early Learning Center in Redmond, Oregon is thriving and opening its doors to the next generation of kindergartners.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was there today during registration.

Senator Merkley Holds Three Consecutive Town Halls in Central Oregon

The new health care plan being debated in Congress was the hottest topic at three town halls hosted by Senator Jeff Merkley in Central Oregon over the weekend.

Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel went to Madras, Prineville and Redmond, where constituents expressed their concerns about the proposed American Health Care Act.

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.

The Price of Life: Part Three

Obamacare Changes Could Affect Physicians and Patient Care

While politicians battle over the future of healthcare, doctors and patients are dealing with the current state of the industry with rising insurance premiums and deductibles.

In part three of “The Price Of Life,” our series on the Affordable Care Act, Central Oregon Daily’s Curtis Vogel looks at the impact of Obamacare on a clinic in Redmond, Oregon.