TODAY'S Front Page

 


The Nugget Newspaper 1999 Archives, Volume XXIII


TODAY'S Front Page

No. 51. December 29, 1999

  • Deputies out in force for New Year's
  • High school designated an emergency shelter
  • More density in Sisters future
  • Frozen fog smothers Sister
  • Outlaws take all-state honors
  • Sisters sheriff's calls
  • No. 50. December 22, 1999

  • Lazy Z for sale at east end of Sisters
  • Young snowboarder killed in accident
  • Developer withdraws subdivision application
  • Auction features custom saddle
  • Volunteers needed for local bird count
  • Sisters sheriff's calls...
  • No. 49. December 15, 1999

  • STATE CHAMPS AGAIN!
  • Tuition program gives parents school choice
  • Kiwanis food donations are down
  • Native salmon will be returned to Metolius
  • Two vandals strike Sisters Village Green
  • Sisters youth arrested for threats
  • No. 47. December 8, 1999

  • Hiker rescued by Sisters men
  • One game from state championship
  • Public queried on forest roads initiative
  • School crafts its own report card
  • Foundation to fund Sisters housing study
  • No. 46. December 1, 1999

  • Squaw Creek deluge forces bridge work
  • Commissioner seeks own successor
  • Outlaws swat Hornets
  • Sisters ski season underway
  • Forest Service rethinks local road closure
  • No. 45. November 24, 1999

  • City of Sisters seeks building moratorium
  • Man nabbed on assault, burglary charges
  • County denies expansion proposals
  • Black bear killed after stalking Black Butte
  • Weed board at battle
  • Outlaws clear first playoff hurdle
  • Hobbyist is workin' on the railroad
  • No. 44. November 17, 1999

  • Salem siblings arrested on assault charges
  • Comprehensive plan sent to state for review
  • Sisters deputy recovering after crash
  • Kindergarten population booming
  • Burglar swipes laptop
  • No. 43. November 10, 1999

  • Deputy hurt in collision with cow
  • Local firm may battle state over grant
  • Woman sues jazz festival
  • Voters: yes on annexation
  • Transportation plan gets into gear
  • Christmas food drive launched
  • No. 42. November 3, 1999

  • Short timeline may narrow effluent options
  • McKenzie Hwy. closure sets record
  • Fire season ends on private lands
  • Three busted at school
  • City approves narrow Locust Street
  • Wet weather sets back burning program
  • No. 41. October 27, 1999

  • Growth could threaten sewer grants
  • Sisters water tests "safe"
  • Sheriff warns against Y2K hoarding
  • Activists see lynx as a threat to forest access
  • Thrift store searches for volunteers
  • Local resident to lead officer group
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 40. October 20, 1999

  • Rangers race to burn brush
  • Citizens ponder effluent disposal
  • DA drops drug charges
  • United Way hits high gear
  • City hikes garbage rates
  • Caroling contest
  • Tighter streets, taller buildings
  • No. 38 and 39. October 6-13, 1999

    Note: We went to a different format for these two weeks, with modifications to the online site occurring during the week. Therefore, there was little distinction between the issues.

  • Deer hunting hits close to home
  • Sisters man arrested on rape charge
  • Project offers hope for Squaw Creek
  • Lynx may stalk forests above Sisters
  • Accused shoplifters caught on river
  • Austin Healeys purr through Sisters
  • No. 37. September 29, 1999

  • Motorists escape serious injury
  • Cloverdale RFPD boosts fire rating
  • Sisters to gather in Sisters
  • Sisters teacher publishes test trainer
  • Kiwanis honor service
  • Flu vaccinations at fire hall
  • COCC opens new computer lab
  • No. 36. September 22, 1999

  • Jazzing up Sisters
  • Blaze quenched
  • Forest Service to set burn
  • Giant Russian visits Sisters
  • Quilts for Kosovo
  • B B Ranch history explored
  • Tax could raise over $600,000
  • No. 35. September 15, 1999

  • Enrollment is up at Sisters schools
  • Blaze quickly slapped down
  • Man arrested for hit and run
  • School tax option: tempting but dangerous
  • Giant bi-plane visits Sisters
  • Annexation goes to vote
  • Residents to decide use of sewer site
  • No. 34. September 8, 1999

  • Sisters students outscore state on tests
  • Sisters man killed in wreck
  • Ducks Unlimited raises $10,000
  • Sewer project could start next spring
  • Visitors flood Three Creek Lake
  • Man injured in crash
  • Sisters Habitat wins $20,000 grant
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 33. September 1, 1999

  • Sisters kids head back to school
  • Rezoning effort raises concerns
  • Women bag deer poachers
  • Black Butte blaze quashed quickly
  • CATS given nonprofit status
  • City seeks appraisal on land for sewer
  • United Way to benefit SOAR
  • No. 32. August 25, 1999

  • Teachers back in classrooms
  • Schools focus on safety
  • Value of free trail passes questioned
  • New director at COCC
  • Chief seeks volunteers
  • Drama troupe entertains Sisters
  • Schools want land rezoned industrial
  • No. 31. August 18, 1999

  • Fair pulls record crowds
  • Equestrians protest trail fees
  • New middle school key to district plan
  • Mountain Shadows to build road hookup
  • Lost hikers exit woods unharmed
  • SOAR kids harvest local garden
  • Kauzlarich teaches preschoo
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 30. August 11, 1999

  • Aggressive attack quells fire
  • Sewer land deal hits snag in Congress
  • Block grant to help kids, families
  • Church hosts country fair
  • Park lot for sale
  • Ticket sales heating up for jazz festival
  • How a Habitat home is built
  • No. 287. July 27, 1999

  • Hot Rods rumble through town
  • Senior care center slated for Sisters
  • Cache Creek fire rages west of Sisters
  • Saboteur spikes fee station
  • Sewer funds secured
  • Author reads at Village Green
  • Hearing set on school land zoning
  • TODAY'S Front Page

     

    No. 287. July 27, 1999

  • PMR rolling on first housing phase
  • Budget pinches Sisters schools
  • Youth arrested for computer crimes
  • Finches succumb to disease
  • Forest Service okays land sale for sewer
  • Obymakos leave Hoodoo
  • Classic cars are coming
  • No. 27. July 21, 1999

  • Schools keep fingers crossed on budget
  • McKenzie Pass closed until late July
  • Suspected virus closes camp
  • Engineer hunts hookups
  • Annexation official
  • Lots sold for $6K in early land deal
  • Local students score big in history
  • No. 26. July 14, 1999

  • Quilters revel in colorful show
  • Youth arrested for car theft
  • Desertronics returns to production
  • Leave fawns alone
  • Dunn goes to prison
  • Wreck kills one
  • Hundreds remember Sally Leavitt
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 25. July 7, 1999

  • Sewer bill passes Senate floor
  • Hook sentenced for robbery
  • Suttle Lake plan up to the public
  • Power outage zaps Sisters
  • Back to school already
  • Community Hall to be "members only"
  • Sisters set for annual quilt display
  • No. 24. June 30, 1999

  • Locust Street speed limit changed
  • Mountain Shadow sues city, recants
  • Wester, Lasken join school board
  • Bend Cable strings fiber
  • Schools show wear
  • Sisters mail carriers retire
  • Another Sheldahl becomes postmaster
  • No. 23. June 23, 1999

  • Gold Wings return to Sisters
  • New Suttle Lake plan released
  • Arraignment on Drug charges
  • Subdivisions get green light
  • Schools discuss "open enrollment"
  • Meltdown leads to food giveaway
  • Curry walks to fight leukemia
  • Tourist season off to a slow start
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 22. June 16, 1999

  • Teachers ratify three-year contract
  • Sisters Rodeo is a crowd pleaser
  • Deputies arrest man for assault
  • Hackers attack Outlawnet
  • Man survives air crash
  • Kids enjoy special day at Wizard Falls
  • Burton to leave Sisters COCC
  • No. 21. June 9, 1999

  • Sisters' class sizes to shrink next year
  • Seniors celebrate commencement
  • Sisters Rodeo ready to ride for 59th year
  • Two nabbed in sign-shooting incident
  • Haynes suit dismissed
  • Black Butte students celebrate
  • Cowboy rodeo dance on tap
  • No. 20. June 1, 1999

  • Cyruses sue for irrigation water
  • Highway opening may be latest ever
  • Watch out for deer during migration
  • Sisters memorial honors the fallen
  • Ellis soars to state title
  • Sisters Chamber plans 1999 auction
  • Camp Sherman postmaster retires
  • No. 19. May 26, 1999

  • Sisters-area marijuana grow results in arrest
  • Suttle Lake slash burn causes haze
  • Planners want more answers
  • Crossroads to appeal court loss
  • Sewer gets boost
  • Rotary Club community barbecue
  • Cleanup finds trash and treasure
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 18. May 19, 1999

  • School site council passes term limit
  • Drivers survive head--on collision
  • Hook pleads guilty to Robbery II
  • Schools tie grades to state standards
  • Neals are grand marshals
  • City of Sisters to hire hearings officer
  • Students complete creek project
  • No. 17. May 5, 1999

  • Hoodoo Ski Area sold
  • Crossroads building can stay
  • Elderly man found after night missing
  • Dunn out on bail
  • Kindergarten screening set at elementary school
  • Metolius River cleanup set May 15
  • Kiwanis gives SOAR $2,500 grant
  • No. 16. May 5, 1999

  • Mr. Wilson goes to Washington
  • Bend cable delivers donation
  • Sisters voters to decide on annexation
  • Timber sales slated for Ranger District
  • Fire station opens
  • Sixth-grade performs 'en Français'
  • Families needed to "Clean the Green"
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 15. April 28, 1999

  • Juniper pollen drives heavy allergy season
  • Local woman hurt in wreck
  • Threat leads to arrest of student
  • Students are front- line in school safety
  • Groups fill Sisters streets
  • Jensen earns art scholarship
  • Heraufs, Boohers recyclers of the year
  • No. 14. April 21, 1999

  • Levine sentenced to jail
  • Hay barn burns in minutes
  • Desertronics to be revived by schools
  • Hiker spots cougar near Sisters
  • Students chase history
  • Airport dropped from ODOT list
  • Allens are Library Family of the Year
  • No. 13. April 14, 1999

  • Highway 20 scene of two wrecks>
  • Deputies crack Sisters burglary case
  • Aneurysm takes school teacher
  • Smoke blankets Cloverdale area
  • Students ace CIMs
  • Sherrell on the job as ranch fire chief
  • Recycled house in pieces again
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 12. April 7, 1999

  • Major sewer funding comes through
  • Heater sparks fire
  • Wreck injures Sisters men
  • Sisters could gain Justice Court
  • Concerts top $100,000
  • Debris cleanup on tap
  • Rep. Westlund to host town hall
  • No. 11. March 31, 1999

  • Flood danger diminishes
  • Wreck injures Sisters men
  • Athletes enjoy historic ski event
  • Vandals strike scenic byway sign
  • Same charge: One released, one in jail
  • Bill would boost education funding
  • Theme change pushed
  • Sisters' Easter EggHunt set for Sunday
  • Sisters library honors director
  • No. 10. March 24, 1999

  • Keeping kids in school a top priority
  • Sisters schools score 200 computers
  • Bend man arrested after traffic stop
  • PMR project wins approval
  • Citizen of Year
  • Sisters sewer site
  • Chinese basketball team visits Sisters
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 9. March 17, 1999

  • Hope for strong kindergarten sign-up
  • Concert has "down home" feel
  • City changes annex vote procedure
  • Sisters man sentenced for assault
  • Two returned to jail
  • Boards scramble to fill Trachsel's shoes
  • Lee resigns school board post
  • No. 8. March 10, 1999

  • Initiative in flood preparedness
  • Neighbors go to court
  • Henderson returns to teach in Sisters
  • Man commits suicide in local woods
  • Keyser signs contract
  • High school singers join chorus concert
  • Church names interim pastor
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 7. March 3, 1999

  • Deep snowpack raises flood concerns
  • Former police chief files new lawsuit
  • Funds needed for school computers
  • Keyser named principal of Sisters High
  • State debate will affect local schools
  • Surgery knocks Hiatt out of concert
  • No. 6. February 24, 1999

  • Storm triggers snow slides, closes Highway 20/126
  • Local singer to perform at library
  • CIM standards
  • Outlaw is state champ
  • Sisters citizens criticize sewer bill
  • Trail park passes easier to purchase
  • No. 5. February 17, 1999

  • Policeman arrested for attempted murder
  • Tougher grade requirements
  • State approval for vote
  • Signal prospects:green to red
  • Smith offers sewer bill
  • Chamber explores development
  • Volunteers swell firefighting ranks
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 4. February 10, 1999

  • Concert series opens to packed house
  • Storms close highway and school
  • Grant will give students a boost
  • Sisters residents honor Trachsel
  • Wind smites Sisters
  • Hoodoo hosts Winter Carnival
  • Streetlights are installed in Sisters
  • No. 3. January 27, 1999

  • Urban ills plague forest near Sisters
  • Sisters has a long road to a traffic signal
  • Council undecided on annex vote
  • PMR awaits county hearing decision
  • Burglar hits local bar
  • Students prepare concert dinner
  • Community to bid Gotts farewell
  • No. 2. January 27, 1999

  • Planners move to shore up western theme
  • Sisters Ranger District presents projects
  • Hurtley Irrigation suit settled
  • All-day kindergarten program is a success
  • Firefighters train live
  • School board candidate withdraws from race
  • Historian presents diary of Sisters physician
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No. 1. January 20, 1999

  • New council takes reins for City of Sisters
  • Sisters student arrested for armed robbery
  • Sisters man faces attempted murder charge
  • Annexation vote delayed until May
  • Sheriff's station to move
  • Volunteers sought for youth justice program
  • Food bank serves Sisters community