The Nugget Newspaper, Sisters, Oregon
January 21, 2001
Serving Western Deschutes County
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Eric Dolson, Publisher

Slick road conditions contributed to this single-vehicle wreck on Highway 20 last week. No one was hurt.

Low snow means dry year
It's shaping up to be a dry year in Central Oregon.

School report cards draw sharp response in Sisters
School report cards from the Oregon Department of Education drew fire from Sisters educators last week.

Hearing will impact cell tower site
A hearing at Sisters City Hall on Thursday, January 25, could clear away a hurdle in the path of wireless telecommunication companies who want to put up towers in Sisters.

Habitat to start building new home
Sisters Habitat for Humanity will break ground on its 15th and 16th homes on Sunday, February 4.

Home damaged in Camp Sherman
A fire most likely caused by a faulty electricheater severely damaged a Camp Sherman home on Thursday, January 11.

Winter illnesses strike many in Sisters
Your joints feel like they're full of ground glass, your muscles ache, and you've got a nasty cough and a fever.

School board to hire architect
The Sisters School Board this week was to interview representatives from the four architectural firms that are the finalists to become the district "Architect of Record."

Crime rate remains stable in Sisters area
Crime rates have remained stable in the Sisters area over the past three years.

Sisters family starts anew after fire
On the afternoon of December 28, Karen Relei received the news that would turn her world upside down: The house she'd been renting at 246 W. Jefferson in Sisters had just gone up in flames, destroying virtually all of her family's earthly possessions.

Council pledges funds for Centennial
The Sisters City Council will contribute $2,500 to a Centennial Celebration marking the 100th anniversary of the platting of the city.