rock fall, probably not related to volcanic activity spread across
Prouty Glacier (center). But South Sister is still a live volcano.
interest erupts in Sisters
Last week, approximately
80 Sisters area residents packed into the Sisters FireHall to find out
if they are living on a volcanic powder keg.
wrestles with school price tag
The new Sisters High School will be a one-story complex, but
the school board is having trouble nailing down the price tag it will
hang on the building.
men nabbed on poaching charges
Deschutes County Sheriff's deputies arrested Josh Orlando,
19, and Billy Bafford, 20, of Sisters on multiple poaching charges and
one charge each of possession of a controlled substance on Thursday, October
work begins near local RV park
Another link in a road system that will eventually connect
subdivisions north of Sisters with Sisters High School is being constructed
at Mountain Shadow RV Park.
man arrested for assault charge
A Sisters man was arrested last weekend after he allegedly
assaulted an intoxicated man he was walking home from a bar.
family delivers love to New York
Patti Little and her eldest son, Richard, had been planning
a trip to New York City for a long time before the September 11 terrorist
attacks on the World Trade Center made leisure travel there seem inappropriate
-- or downright nerve-wracking.
man works in New York clean-up
The Sisters area sent one of its own to aid in rescue and recovery
efforts in New York City in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
retreat enriches students
The Sisters Middle School Eighth Grade Retreat has evolved
into an educational experience that enriches the lives of both campers
D'Arts release new CD
Sisters' seminal band The Blue D'Arts has hit the streets with
their new CD, "123 Yeah."
conquer Portland Marathon
After a summer of training on the roads and trails in the Sisters-Camp
Sherman area, 12 local runners and walkers competed in the 30th annual
Portland Marathon on Sunday, September 30.
author leads writers' class
Sisters author Brenda Gates Smith was tapped to lead Barnes
& Noble's second annual writing workshop at the Bend store last week.
sweep big invitational
Both Outlaws cross country teams teams claimed top team honors
at the Regis Invitational held Thursday, October 4, in Stayton.
breakfast benefits New Yorkers
The small community of Camp Sherman turned out in a big way
on Sunday, October 7, to support relief efforts in New York City.