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The Nugget Newspaper 1997 Archives, Volume XXI


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No. 53, December 31, 1997

No. 52, December 24, 1997

No. 51, December 17, 1997

No. 50, December 10, 1997

No. 49, December 3, 1997

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No. 48, November 26, 1997

No. 47, November 19, 1997

No. 46, November 12, 1997

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No. 45, November 5, 1997

 

No. 44, October 29, 1997

No. 43, October 22, 1997

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No. 42, October 15, 1997

No. 41, October 8, 1997

No. 40, October 1, 1997

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No. 39, September 24, 1997

 

No. 38, September 17, 1997

 

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No. 37, September 10, 1997

No. 36, September 4, 1997

 

No. 35, August 27, 1997

No. 34, August 20, 1997

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No. 33, August 13, 1997

 

No. 32, August 6, 1997

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No. 31, July 30, 1997

 

No. 30, July 23, 1997

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No. 29, July 16, 1997

No. 28, July 9, 1997

 

 

No. 27, July 2, 1997

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No. 26, June 25, 1997

No. 25, June 18, 1997

No. 24, June 11, 1997

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No. 23, June 4, 1997

No. 22, May 28, 1997

No. 21, May 21, 1997

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No. 20, May 14, 1997

No. 19, May 7, 1997

No. 18, April 30, 1997

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No. 17, April 23, 1997

No. 16, April 16, 1997

No. 15, April 9, 1997

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No. 14, April 2, 1997

No. 13, March 26, 1997

No. 12. March 19, 1997

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No. 11. March 12, 1997

No. 10. March 5, 1997

  • Suspicious fire razes storage building
  • Sisters voters to decide on ranch annexation
  • Don Rowe named Citizen of the Year
  • Dead lambs appear in subdivision
  • Sisters youths arrested for prank
  • Forest Service to treat Jack Canyon area
  • Voters will determine Sisters' budget
  • No. 9. February 26, 1997

  • Dozens of women report contact with rape suspect
  • Fewer deputies forecast without sheriff$HEAD2#39;s levy
  • School board delays alternative calendar
  • Sisters Starry Nights benefit hits sweet note
  • Sleepy burglar arrested quietly
  • Students organize blood drive
  • Forest Service ends grazing
  • No. 8. February 19,1997

  • Police allege victims were drugged, raped
  • Bonoff to headline school benefit concert
  • Youth wins his fight for life
  • Tax gives restaurateurs a case of indigestion
  • Developer calls for annexation debate
  • Visioning: 20/20 foresight
  • Camp Sherman budget slashed by Jefferson Co.
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    No. 7. February 12, 1997

  • Police nab fugitive after chase
  • Sisters schools may play the student shuffle
  • Barclay wins lawsuit against Mt. Shadow<
  • Sisters faces more taxes or fewer services
  • Builders look for volunteers
  • Outlaws' Judy lands
  • Community center advocates ask what Sisters needs
  • No. 6. February 5, 1997

  • Snows supply successful ski season
  • Land exchange near school approved
  • Mt. Shadows contract disputes go to court
  • The dry side was wet last year
  • Assault investigation to be dropped
  • Sisters Century 21 office closes doors
  • City plans to get tough on sign enforcement
  • No. 5. January 29, 1997

  • Bad check suspect nabbed; loot recovered
  • Cell phone towers may sprout in region
  • Schools struggle with calendar
  • No concrete answers to sidewalk questions
  • Sisters dropout rate lower than state's
  • Sisters' juvenile diversion programs succeed
  • Sisters concert series wins major sponsors
  • No. 4 January 22, 1997

  • Wilson elected Sisters Mayor
  • Battle brewing over Mt. Shadows building
  • Sisters' crime rate falls
  • Sisters teens arrested for Bend robbery
  • Values still taught in Sisters schools
  • Tax roll back clouds fire district's future
  • Sisters weather, 1996: a year of extremes
  • No. 03. January 15, 1997 [The Nugget Was Closed]

     

    No. 02. January 8, 1997 [The Nugget Was Closed]

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    No. 01. January 1, 1997

  • Sheriff's office could face budget ax
  • Accidents abound on slick roads near Sisters
  • Forest road closures proposed
  • Sisters schools identify the talented and gifted
  • Camp Sherman zoning goes to mediation
  • Independent gas station to open in Sisters
  • Sisters students learn ski instruction at Hoodoo