teed off at the Outlaw Open last week.
Open raises football funds
Fun and laughter
were the order of the day along the fairways at Aspen Lakes Golf Course
in Sisters on Friday, June 14 during the fifth annual Aspen Lakes Outlaw
sparks fires in Sisters country
A booming thunderstorm that rolled swiftly across the Sisters
country Thursday night, June 13, left behind a half-dozen lightning fires.
construction begins near Suttle Lake
Drivers heading toward Suttle Lake this summer should factor
in some extra time, because road construction projects will cause delays.
inventory city park trees
Sisters' parks are in fair shape, although some trees are suffering
from mistletoe and needle blight.
accepts new bids on school
Work will go forward on the next phase of construction for
the new Sisters High School -- but not without considerable wrangling
over the bids.
Scouts earn award
Scout Troop 823 has spent the last six months saving, cutting and counting
Campbell's Soup labels for Sisters Elementary School.
hosts martial arts tourney
will host the sixth annual Sisters Open Karate Championships on Saturday,
will flush all of its fire hydrants
The city of Sisters and the Sisters-Camp Sherman Rural Fire
Protection District will flush fire hydrants throughout Sisters in the
program set at Sisters Library
Preschool Parade program, "Mother Goose," takes place on Thursday, June
20, at 10:30 a.m.
complete trail study
provided an important link in a proposed Sisters trails system through
a study of routes from local subdivisions to Sisters High School.
Sherman youth returns from safari
old Alan Dale had an exciting tour of four African countries during March
and April. The Camp Sherman resident and Sisters High School junior visited
Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa. He went with two cousins,
an aunt, uncle and two grandparents.
Sisters Rodeo earns its nickname
Rodeo has earned a prominent spot in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association
Corps work in Paraguay
presented his slides and remembrances of three years as a Peace Corps
beekeeper volunteer in Paraguay at last Monday's annual Friends of the
Library dinner at Sisters Community Church hall.
instrument company moving
Instrument Services & Savings (SISS) is moving from the Sisters Industrial
Park into larger facilities in Redmond.
pass open for bikers and hikers
Pass on Highway 242 is open to bikers, hikers and walkers from Sisters
to the summit at Dee Wright Observatory.
imposes monthly cardboard recycling fee
that dump their cardboard in the 30 green Dumpsters scattered around Sisters
will now have to pay $15 per month for the privilege.
man builds a better fishing rod
Jerry Kollodge and his wife, Deb, were fishing for sturgeon
seven years ago when Jerry was struck by the age-old inspired frustration
of the born inventor: There's got to be a better way.
gallery to celebrate at stroll
Art Stroll will mark the grand opening of the Clearwater Gallery, Sisters'
newest addition in a growing fine arts market.
artist portrays rally cars
Suzi Sheward has completed the second in a series of posters she is painting
for Monte Shelton's Northwest Classic Road Rally.
vets are easing into retirement
years of serving the community, Dr. Sharon Sharpnack and Dr. Susan Conner
of Sisters Veterinary Clinic are entering semi-retirement.
bids priest farewell
at St. Edward's Catholic Church in Sisters invited friends from the community
to share in a bittersweet farewell picnic for Father Thomas Faucher on
Sunday, June 16.
opposes Sisters area land swap
Action Team of Sisters (CATS) Board of Directors voted unanimously last
week to oppose the proposed Steens Mountain Squaw Creek land swap that
would place 690 acres of land near Sisters in private ownership in exchange
for 1,240 acres of in-holding in the Steens Mountain area.