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The Nugget Newspaper 1995 Archives, Volume XVI


51. December 27, 1995

  • Cyruses avert loss of Aspen Lakes subdivision
  • Impasse shuts down Sisters Ranger District
  • Three injured in crash near Suttle Lake
  • Commissioners cleared of campaign complaint
  • Sisters man found dead in home
  • Mulch more than a tree
  • Truck flips near Sisters
  • 50. December 20, 1995

  • Thieves hit Sisters KOA
  • Snowfall lets Hoodoo open for holiday skiers
  • Sisters street addresses set for number change
  • "Stolen" moving van may not be
  • Cloverdale adds to firefighting arsenal
  • Aerobats join the Thunderbirds in air show benefit
  • Sisters woman finishes Honolulu Marathon
  • 49. December 13, 1995

  • Winter driving is a hazardous skill
  • Teachers get a contract
  • Arsenic suspected in death of two dogs
  • Mine opponents drop lawsuit
  • School board to reconsider bond
  • Four-wheelers tear up Three Creeks Meadow
  • Thunderbirds Headlining Air Show, Theme Chosen
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    48. December 6, 1995

  • Board wrestles with year-round education
  • Blood trail leads to arrest of wanted felon
  • Sheriff prepares Aspen Lakes foreclosure
  • No show to a snow show
  • City wants changes in comprehensive plan
  • Youth indicted on charges
  • Nasons file for new trial
  • 47. November 29, 1995

  • Nasons acquitted of manslaughter; guilty of forgery, racketeering
  • Strong sales raise retailers' holiday spirits
  • Warm weather delays Hoodoo's ski season
  • Thief hits storage facility
  • Sisters gears up for season of giving
  • USFS plans rehab near Jack Creek
  • Special delivery: the North Pole
  • 46. November 22, 1995

  • Metolius Doug stands as a silent sovereign
  • Gasoline to be tested
  • Sisters residents fighting to halt development
  • Forest Service seeks comment on land exchange
  • STOP signs stationed in Sisters
  • County faults restaurant
  • Sisters man arrested
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    45. November 15, 1995

  • Voters nix bond request
  • Nason trial: After a year, the jury is out
  • Samaritan handed bill for $2,500
  • Teachers show support for contract settlement
  • County turns deaf ear to gravel mine appeal
  • USFS issues draft plan for Metolius
  • Thick- skinned citizens needed in Camp Sherman
  • 44. November 8, 1995

  • Whooping cough endangers children
  • Mistake, not mistletoe, takes old growth pine
  • Cougar cub dies; Sisters sees more of the big cats
  • State rejects land use plan for Camp Sherman
  • Emergency officials like 911 change
  • Blackout strikes part of Sisters
  • Central Oregon rings in new "541" area code
  • 43. November 1, 1995

  • With fall comes the wind to Central Oregon
  • Out of gas? Out of luck!
  • Hasty Team trains for swift water rescues
  • Council mulls new street addresses
  • School salary increase correction
  • Federal timber to be sold in Sisters area
  • Cloverdale changes burn policies
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    42. October 25, 1995

  • Schools future in hands of voters
  • Teachers hoping for contract
  • Salem man dies in U.S. 20 crash at Lost Lake
  • National Forest sets timber sales
  • Sisters to stretch its boundaries
  • Nason defense questions key witnesses
  • Camp Sherman man indicted for firearm possession
  • 41. October 18, 1995

  • Clothing prompts search off Highway 20
  • Metolius River plan due
  • Sex charges dropped
  • Sisters launches water rate study
  • Gravel mine turns into perilous political pit
  • Strong wind rousts trash fire
  • Sisters stops STOP signs
  • 40. October 11, 1995

  • Juvenile jail on ballot
  • Mine opponents appeal to county commissioners
  • Sisters man pleads guilty to rape charge
  • Proposed poison project perceived as pernicious
  • USFS sets "crash corner" cure
  • Harvest Faire features one-of-a-kind crafts
  • Black Butte hosts sheep dog trials
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    39. October 4, 1995

  • Camp Sherman man arrested
  • Nason trial hits snag with anonymous call
  • Gravel mine approved by Deschutes County
  • Have your firewood?
  • Camp Sherman man arrested
  • Folk Festival a success
  • United Way extends a hand
  • 38. September 27, 1995

  • Nason trial nears climax
  • Fire still a danger
  • Hunters: Get off roads to find deer
  • Sisters may receive water cash windfall
  • Folk Festival draws local, regional talent
  • Unknown substance invades Suttle Lake
  • Forest Service defends gravel mine easements
  • 37. September 20, 1995

  • Nason trial nears final chapter
  • Jazz festival sets Sisters dancing to the music
  • Water bill outrage pours into Sisters City Hall
  • Speed limit cut on McKenzie Highway
  • Sisters wins recycler of the year award
  • Hunting season looks promising
  • Sisters horsewomen succeed at state fair
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    36. September 13, 1995

  • Accident victim no stranger to authorities
  • How should Sisters grow?
  • Juveniles nabbed in burglary
  • Timber salvage sale
  • Sisters residents rally against gravel mine
  • Dempsey is named Principal of the Year
  • Schools see jump in enrollment

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