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Serving Deschutes County Sisters Oregon
VOL. 22 NO. 38 September 18, 1996


Real Soup

Assault alleged

On Friday morning, September 13, it was reported to school officials by a student that a friend of hers had been sexually assaulted off school grounds in the forest west of the middle/high school complex.

The assault allegedly occurred after school was

released on Thursday, September 12, at about 3:15 p.m.

The student directly involved was interviewed by school staff on Friday morning, and the matter was turned over to the Deschutes County Sheriff's more...

Bad weather, good hunting

Cool, wet weather bodes well for deer hunters, according to Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife biologist Steven George.

Bow hunters have been out since August 24; the regular rifle season begins September 28. more...

Ballot measures threaten Sisters school budgets

By Jim Hollon
More school financial woes loom if two ballot proposals coming up in the November general election pass, according to Sisters School Superintendent Steve Swisher. more...

Jazz festival scores an artistic triumph

By Jim Cornelius
Stormy skies, wind and showers couldn't dampen the spirits of the thousands of Dixieland Jazz fans who flocked to Sisters for the Sixth Annual High Mountains Dixieland Jazz Festival September 13-15.
They were treated to more than three days of top-notch jazz.

"Artistically, this was the best festival we've ever put on," said festival president Ray Buselli. more...

Middle school searches for an identity

By Jim Hollon
When new school facilities were built east of Sisters four years ago, the new building absorbed students from grades 7-12 without making any real distinction between middle school and high school. more...

Where should Sisters park all the cars?

By Jim Cornelius
Business owners in Sisters are being asked to choose between four options to create new parking in Sisters.

The City of Sisters is sending out a questionnaire asking more...

Estate opposes Pratt bankruptcy plan

By Eric Dolson
The estate of Joe Fought will ask the United State Bankruptcy Court to lift a stay of foreclosure against Sisters accountant Arthur C.F. Pratt in a hearing scheduled for September 19 in Portland. more...
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