by Sue Anderson)
train clanks into town
The Sisters Centennial Wagon Train rolled into town on Saturday
morning, July 21, on the final leg of its seven -day trip.
rates expected to go up this fall
As drought reduces hydroelectric power in the Pacific Northwest,
local utilities are predicting a price increase of 25 percent or more
starting in October.
officials study school design options
With $20.5 million to spend, Sisters school board members,
staff and architects have gone shopping for high school designs.
The Bend Parkway overpass to Sisters opened on Friday, July
Polk Road a slaughterhouse for deer
It happens when the motorist least expects it, and that's the
problem. Too few drivers anticipate the suicidal antics of Central Oregon's
hopes to keep land purchase alive
Deschutes Public Library officials hope to salvage the chance
to purchase the land the Sisters Library sits on from the City of Sisters.
Helicopter drops water
on Fryrear fire.
desert fire burns east of Sisters
of undetermined origins burned on Bureau of Land management land off Fryrear
Road east of Sisters on Tuesday, July 24.
partnership pays off for Sisters Rodeo
If Sisters seemed to have more than the usual number of cowboys
and cowgirls on hand this past June -- it did.
Club beautifies Sisters
Since 1988, the Sisters Garden Club has been making Sisters
a more beautiful place to live.
breaks clubhouse ground
An exuberant crowd of about 50 Black Butte Ranch (BBR) homeowners
and friends witnessed groundbreaking ceremonies last Friday evening, July
20, at Big Meadow Golf course.
Caldera hosts Sisters students
About 40 grade school students from Sisters journeyed to Blue
Lake for a drama day camp hosted by Camp Caldera's REACT program.
building a prayer garden
The landscape is changing at St. Edward the Martyr, the Roman
Catholic church in Sisters.