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The Nugget Newspaper 1998 Archives, Volume XXI


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No. 50. December 30, 1998

  • Man arrested in scuffle with deputy
  • Outage knocks out lights in Sisters
  • Computer gifts are a hit with students
  • Helmet saves young rider's life
  • Scientists clash in forest protection
  • Budget cuts could thwart prison work
  • Fire chief Churchill to retire
  • No. 49. December 23, 1998

  • Business park seeks annexation
  • Students receive computers as gifts
  • Firehall, Carlson's win lighting contest
  • Timber framer joins Highland Fling
  • Floodplain cuts across Sisters
  • Forest Service unveils weed plan
  • Watershed council receives funding
  • No. 48. December 16, 1998

  • Voters to decide on annexation
  • Trafficsignal proposed for Sisters
  • Friends thank Fire Chief Mouser
  • Outlaws cap season with state championship
  • Elliott takes seat on council
  • Sisters aids elderly and homebound
  • Students entertain at library dinner
  • No. 47. December 09, 1998

  • Cabins allowed at Suttle Lake Resort
  • Traffic light on Highway 20
  • Holiday food drives show Sisters' spirit
  • Sisters stifles Scappoose
  • JET chief on the job
  • Peterson named "everyday hero"
  • Sisters merchants stay open late
  • No. 46. December 02, 1998

  • Martin leads Outlaws to narrow victory
  • Black bear stops by for Thanksgiving
  • Candidates apply for council seat
  • Road issue clouds Metolius River plan
  • Sun shines on parade
  • Sisters chamber lighting contest
  • Sheriff's office hires JET coordinator
  • No. 45. November 25, 1998

  • Rare species delay Suttle Lake project
  • Plans for The Pines go to city
  • The Pines residents prepare for move
  • Real estate lawsuit settled out of court
  • Chief Mouser retiring
  • Sisters Community Choir to perform
  • Holiday wreaths support school
  • No. 44. November 18, 1998

  • Sisters looks for federal sewer funding
  • Habitat seeks development waiver
  • Black Butte Ranch adds 80 acres
  • Lawsuit by former police chief dismissed
  • "Courage" letters fly in
  • Grant launches technology center
  • Sisters' Christmas parade is coming
  • No. 43. November 10, 1998

  • SOAR takes off with new tax base
  • Teens arrested after chase
  • Single vote swings council election
  • Lady Outlaws are conference champions
  • Must plan for development
  • Ranch passes bonds for equipment
  • Sixth graders start quilt project
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    No. 42. November 4, 1998

  • Outlaws beat Central; claim conference
  • Teacher honored for science program
  • Festival folds its tent
  • Planners approve stalled building
  • Sewer site still sketchy
  • Students go back in time
  • Camp Sherman hosts fall festival
  • No. 41. October 28, 1998

  • Developers apply for Sisters subdivision
  • Forest owner denies Measure 64 claims
  • Western theme may be refined
  • Teen cited for endangering, menacing
  • Student count may drop
  • Candidates answer citizens' questions
  • Holiday food share soon available
  • No. 40. October 21, 1998

  • City suspends permit for new building
  • School students learn courage
  • Residents to leave The Pines
  • Sisters candidates give voters choices
  • Measure 64 not clear cut
  • Library seeks new board member
  • Fall Carnival at Middle School
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    No. 39. October 14, 1998

  • Sisters to get new city hall
  • Sisters man arrested on sex charges
  • SOAR seeks tax base from voters
  • Petrie defends sewer letter
  • Sisters School Board explores new diplomas
  • Fish rescue planned
  • Sisters Library needs more volunteers
  • No. 38. October 07, 1998

  • Schools may toughen graduation standards
  • Sisters gather in Sisters celebration
  • Highway forest to be thinned
  • Correction/clarification
  • Business damaged
  • "Harvest Faire"
  • Campaign launched
  • No. 37. September 30, 1998

  • Three nabbed for drugs
  • Council candidates air their views
  • Supreme Court dismisses PMR case
  • Sisters youth breaks back in fall at home
  • Ranger staff shrinks
  • High school drama rehearses for comedy
  • Sisters gather in Sisters
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    No. 36. September 23, 1998

  • Traffic stop leads to arrest
  • Sisters gets new deputy
  • Jazz festival
  • Petrie recall goes to voters
  • Scaled-back plan
  • Springs protected
  • Schools foundation distributes funds
  • No. 35. September 16, 1998

  • Citizens launch Petrie recall
  • Job with regional district
  • Festival jazzes up Sisters
  • Wreck sends three to hospital
  • Mtn. Shadow RV host restaurant
  • Salamander threat
  • River festival set for rodeo grounds
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    No. 34. September 9, 1998

  • Sisters' school enrollment up slightly
  • Sisters Folk Festival delights audiences
  • District reaches out to home- schoolers
  • Trail park program weathers second year
  • Highway takes toll
  • Sisters choir needs singers for holidays
  • Elementary school year launched
  • No. 33. September 2, 1998

  • Sewer foes request denial of grant
  • Sisters students outperform state
  • Schools want property annexed
  • Sheriff, libraries in voters' hands
  • Foster homes needed in Sisters
  • Folk festival brings music
  • SOAR hosts punt, pass, kick tourney
  • No. 32. August 26, 1998

  • Battle of the Bulls rocks Sisters arena
  • Lightning torches forest near Santiam
  • Teachers prepare for new school year
  • Business park planned along Camp Polk
  • U.S. West Strike
  • Health screenings for Sisters' children
  • Volunteers needed for Jazz Festival
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    No. 31. August 19, 1998

  • High School to move to trimester schedule
  • Neglect drainfields
  • Climber evacuated from South Sister
  • Alcohol implicated in fatal wreck
  • Teens nabbed in burglary
  • Church Country Fair draws a crowd
  • Residents seek SOAR board seats
  • No. 30. August 12, 1998

  • PMR seeks sewer approval
  • StRUT computers to schools
  • Questions about Metolius trout
  • Farm partition rules disputed
  • Lookout guards Metolius basin
  • Salon celebrates 20 years
  • Church hosts Country Fair
  • No. 29. August 5, 1998

  • Man jailed for assault, resisting arrest
  • Voters to decide on charges
  • Fish thrive in Metolius
  • Schools boost prices, fees
  • Fires spare Sisters District
  • Win a ranch contest cancled
  • Music highlights Country Fair
  • No. 28. July 29, 1998

  • New housing planned in Sisters
  • Classic cars dazzle streets of Sisters
  • Youth sentenced in crime spree
  • Sisters police seek hit-and-run driver
  • Park trailers nixed
  • BMW giveaway nets $20,000
  • Camp Sherman road plans
  • No. 28. July 22, 1998

  • Larch trees dropping needles
  • avings may delay sheriff's layoff
  • SOAR forms committee
  • Board to cut sports, review calendar
  • Sisters woman sought for assault
  • Grinding the road
  • Taekwondo tourney a success
  • No. 27. July 15, 1998

  • Sisters activist challenges sheriff's levy
  • Quilt Show draws big crowds
  • Mayor slams PAC role
  • Body of climber found on mountain
  • Man arrested for bomb
  • Teaching Fair set at Village Green
  • Activist seeks apology for remarks
  • No. 27. July 8, 1998

  • County to cut taxes
  • Expanding city limits
  • Crews take on knapweed in Sisters
  • Quilt Show inspires Sisters artists
  • Search for climber on North Sister
  • Eighth graders promoted
  • Photos displayed at City Hall
  • No. 26. July 1, 1998

  • Creek water violates standards
  • New rules restrict farm land partitions
  • Fireworks spark blaze near Sisters
  • Golfer strikes gold in Kiwanis scramble
  • Realtor sues for unpaid commissions
  • Festival explores past
  • Fourth graders enjoy history
  • No. 25. June 24, 1998

  • Activists want Sisters developers to pay
  • Real estate raffle
  • Rangers crack down on off-road drivers
  • Sisters students check out early
  • Sisters schools adopt tight budget
  • Project challenged
  • Foundation funds won't fill gap
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    No. 24. June 17, 1998

  • Educators reach out to home schoolers
  • Rodeo treats Sisters to a wild ride
  • Forest Service to review resort plan
  • Man badly hurt in back road wreck
  • Hood extension
  • Watershed festival
  • Safety competition
  • No. 23. June 10, 1998

  • Sisters schools are broke
  • Woman healing after collision
  • Behind the chutes at Sisters' Rodeo
  • Camp Sherman road district passes
  • Pretend shooting, student suspended
  • Trout "threatened"
  • Scout project restores trails
  • No. 22. June 3, 1998

  • Juvenile program sees more young teens
  • Sisters graduates class of '98
  • Camp Sherman awaits road count
  • School cuts go deep
  • Big trees will stand
  • City renews support for library district
  • Local scholarships boost students
  • No. 21. May 27, 1998

  • Sisters hit by car clouts
  • Sisters keeps patrol deputies
  • Ceremony for those on the fighting edge
  • East is east and west is west
  • Tick fever reported in Camp Sherman
  • Libraries win then lose
  • Graduates honored with Baccalaureate
  • No. 20. May 20, 1998

  • School cuts could raise class size
  • Several badly hurt Highway 20 wreck
  • Depression takes life of Sisters man
  • Man arrested in child sex abuse case
  • Scenic gateway planned
  • Johnson earns Eagle Scout award
  • Sisters community assists fire victims
  • No. 19. May 13, 1998

  • Sisters girl charged in fake assault
  • Sisters schools face cuts
  • Smoky blaze badly damages Sisters home
  • Democrats square off in county board race
  • Sisters youths cited for property damage
  • Camp Polk Road realignment proposed
  • Sisters students show vocational skills
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    No. 18. May 6, 1998

  • Santiam forest due for major overhaul
  • Sisters' "used car lot" to be closed
  • Plutonium prank provokes punishment
  • Sisters man arrested for burglary of home
  • Grants set sewer costs
  • Chamber seeks donors for street light power
  • Woman to walk for scholarship fund
  • No. 17. April 29, 1998

  • Taxes create confusing puzzle
  • Restaurant says business, residents tied
  • Governor Kitzhaber praises Sisters' spirit
  • Squaw Creek property goes to grasslands
  • Deputy position hinges on vote
  • Students ace history day
  • Volunteers pitch in to "Read Aloud"
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  • No. 16. April 22, 1998

  • Vote is just a first step in funding sewer system
  • Sisters Starry Nights series wraps up season
  • Levy would continue sheriff's services
  • Commission candidates outline priorities
  • Sisters smokes in spring
  • Golf tournament benefits Hospice
  • School band awaits scores from competition
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    No. 15. April 15, 1998

  • City won't seek funds for community center
  • Board ponders graduation standard
  • Suttle Lake Resort expansion proposed
  • Sisters youth caught in Leavitt's burglary
  • Library vote set May 19
  • Schools foundation to raffle BMW
  • Classroom raising party set for April
  • No. 14. April 8, 1998

  • Alternative sewer systems explored
  • Workers interrupt burglary
  • Egg hunt set for Sisters City Park
  • PMR moves toward sale of lots
  • Community center site debated
  • Foresters offer fire training
  • After 50 years, teacher returns
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    No. 13. April 1, 1998

  • Gravel mine has little impact on Sisters
  • Guardian fined
  • Drivers avoid injury in wrecks
  • Dead timber to be cut
  • Logging operation hit by theft
  • Camp Sherman wants deputy
  • Sisters students trek Costa Rica
  • No. 12. March 25, 1998

  • Sisters parcel dropped from land swap
  • Sisters youths nabbed in burglary
  • Rodeo Queen selected
  • ODOT to remove mainline bridge
  • Gleason named to School Board
  • Classroom raising celebration
  • Students restore Squaw Creek
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    No. 11. March 18, 1998

  • Sisters Starry Nights concert rocks school
  • Residents worry about traffic
  • Camp Sherman wants deputy
  • Sewer foes quit focus group
  • City asked to seek funds for center
  • Hamburgers for Habitat
  • Local parents help Sisters schools
  • No. 10. March 11, 1998

  • Weitech plans major expansion in Sisters
  • Forest road closures follow trend
  • Fouts named Citizen of the Year
  • Sisters schools shoot for high standards
  • Planning Sisters ideal future
  • Ski Inn again supports Habitat
  • Sisters to get new street lights
  • No. 9. March 4, 1998

  • Clerk to prune Sisters voting list
  • Outlaws take basketball championship
  • Recreation district gets city support
  • Mtn. Shadow threatens suit over trailers
  • Does sewer equal growth?
  • Forest Service to take on weeds
  • Sheriff to host Sisters town hall
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    No. 8. February 25, 1998

  • Councilor says Sisters doesn't need a sewer
  • Pepper spray blamed
  • Family hurt in highway wreck
  • Bonhoff, Souther shine in concert
  • Air Life plan saves precious time
  • Music students tour California
  • Wildlife tracker publishes book
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    No. 7. February 18, 1998

  • Oregon Supreme Court to hear PMR case
  • Students to rebuild donated computers
  • Youths caught in drug search
  • Sisters man cited for forest damage
  • Highway wreck kills one
  • Impartial advice on sewer system
  • Sisters winners land hot concert ticket
  • No. 6. February 11, 1998

  • Business to pay large share of sewer cost
  • Woman hurt in wreck
  • Governor announces candidacy
  • Farmers, ranchers help Squaw Creek
  • Future of Sisters
  • Habitat home dedicated
  • Crews fight icy roads
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    No. 5. February 4, 1998

  • County to tighten septic restrictions
  • County approves land exchange
  • New classrooms feel like home
  • Garbage collectors help curb crime
  • Dog survives shooting
  • Chamber names officers
  • Celebration of sisters
  • No. 4. January 28, 1998

  • Sisters seeks answers on sewer project
  • We're back online!
  • School program feeds students
  • Burglars strike home
  • County may swap for park site
  • Trashing Sisters forests
  • Activists seek developers' dollars
  • No. 3. January 21, 1998

  • 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
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