September 4, 2001
Serving Western Deschutes County
Sisters, Oregon

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The Nugget Newspaper
Sisters, Oregon
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Eric Dolson, Publisher

Principal Tim Comfort greets students arriving at Sisters Elementary School.

Memorial Service
There will be a memorial service in Sisters today at noon at the Sisters Village Green for victims of the national terrorist attack.

Sisters students head back to class
They're back..

Sisters Folk Festival rolling into town
Roots music fans from all over the West will roll into Sisters this week to take in the sixth annual Sisters Folk Festival, set for Friday-Sunday, September 7-9.

Man cited for Suttle Lake thefts
Deschutes County Sheriff's deputies arrested James Mize, 36, in Camp Sherman last week, after a long investigation into a series of campground thefts throughout the region.

Sisters country enjoys Labor Day events
Sisters residents and a large contingent of visitors enjoyed the traditional last-weekend-of summer vacation hurrah over Labor Day.

Outlaws primed for football season
The Sisters Outlaws are coming into the fall season armed and dangerous.

Sisters student explores Nashville
Sisters High School junior Kristin Lamoreaux experienced Nashville from an insider's perspective this summer.

Oregon Stampede football team will call Sisters home
Amateur football is alive and well in the state of Oregon, thanks to the OFL -- the Oregon Football League.

First major redevelopment planned
Two rustic buildings on Cascade Avenue will be knocked down and replaced with new Western-styled retail spaces under a plan submitted to the City of Sisters by developer Bill Reed.

Fly lines
Fasten your seat belts! There's a great steelhead run on its way up the Deschutes River.

Sisters workers find jobs rewarding
If you have to work for a living, it's nice to get up in the morning looking forward to your day.

Runners hit the training trail near Sisters
Marathon training requires long months of building up mileage in preparation for the 26.2-mile test of endurance.