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The Nugget Newspaper 2001 Archives, Volume XXIV


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No 51. December 26, 2001

  • Middle school reaches out
  • Alternative school donates for 'preemies' quilts
  • Sculptor creates a 'grizzly' sight
  • School honored for green work
  • Director brings his interests to Sisters
  • Watch out for black ice
  • Food program helps Sisters residents
  • Sparkling concert given by Sisters Choir
  • No 50. December 19, 2001

  • Black Butte lookout tower collapses
  • Pair arrested after stealing truck in Sisters
  • County hears school UGB request
  • Snowplow crew off to a busy start
  • Portable weather research lab comes to Sisters
  • Forest Service burning continues
  • Christmas Village comes to life
  • Buck Run residents seek sewer solutions
  • Keep snow off city sidewalks
  • Correction
  • No 49. December 12, 2001

  • Sheriff's deputies receive awards
  • School board votes to return interest money
  • Sisters rallies to help those in need
  • Forty candidates vie for city's top job
  • Sisters High School wins state recognition
  • Sisters Library celebrates holiday
  • Sisters choir presents Christmas concerts
  • Musicians show a giving spirit
  • Sisters schools brace for likely budget cuts
  • Long-time CEC serviceman to retire
  • Talent show is getting its "act" together
  • School district faces county hearing
  • No 48. December 5, 2001

  • Leak destroys school computer lab
  • School board wrestles with donations issue
  • Community launches holiday food drive
  • Outlaws fall in football semifinals
  • Hoodoo Ski Area opens for the season
  • Volunteers needed to help with race
  • Road district deals with culverts
  • Public invited to view St. Edward's garden
  • Trout Creek Swamp proposal may restore wetlands
  • Aviation class had a successful takeoff
  • No 47. November 28, 2001

  • First winter snowstorm makes holiday white
  • School district taps foundation donations
  • Sisters celebrates with snowy parade
  • Sisters man goes to prison in IRS case
  • Sewer project stalls in snow
  • Christmas tree expeditions popular in local forests
  • Student explores Forest Service ways
  • City of Sisters releases holiday schedule
  • The house with the tower is done
  • Deputy sues owners of cow in accident
  • Outlaws fight their way into semi-finals
  • Car catches fire on Sisters highway
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    No 46. November 21, 2001

  • Sisters cell phone tower near completion
  • Search for lost hiker curtailed
  • Highway 242 closed for winter
  • Company shuts down Sisters operation
  • Clemens' celebrate 70 years together
  • School designed with 920-seat auditorium
  • Sisters students honor their elders
  • Harrison has good reason to be thankful
  • Sisters couple continues toy drive
  • Board approves high school schematic design
  • Coffee House displays the arts
  • Outlaws advance after blitzing Banks
  • Firefighters burn to learn
  • No 45. November 14, 2001

  • City, library work on differences
  • School project is now under budget
  • Hiker still missing on Broken Top
  • High school assembly honors veterans
  • Rahm appointed to Sisters City Council
  • Students go "batty" over project
  • Food drive scheduled
  • Veterans recall combat service
  • "Play On!" set for action at high school this week
  • Police crack down on forest trespass
  • No 44. November 7, 2001

  • ODOT crews prepare for winter
  • School board settles on $21 million budget
  • Residents seek solution to sewer quandary
  • Outlaws clinch league football title
  • Economic clouds loom over district
  • Catholics dedicate new addition and prayer garden
  • SMART program underway in Sisters
  • State society supports local adoption
  • Sisters EMT/firefighter loves her unusual job
  • Episcopal Church expanding
  • City reviews affordable housing plan
  • Student scarecrows raise scholarship funds
  • Sisters High students will honor veterans
  • Runners cap season with state trophy
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    No 43. October 31, 2001

  • Sisters post office takes precautions
  • Ground still swells near South Sister
  • City chief job hunt launched
  • Cross country girls win championship
  • Costs may force cuts in new high school
  • Sisters High School Cost Sheet (750 students)
  • Sisters girl's wish comes true
  • Shots for Tots clinic scheduled in Sisters
  • Stellar program set for Starry Nights
  • Former P.O.W. speaks to students
  • Jazz festival to make a comeback
  • Forest health demo project begins
  • Brown resigns from Sisters fire board
  • No 42. October 24, 2001

  • School costs may be higher than estimates
  • Residents hooking up to sewer
  • Former Sisters man charged with sex abuse
  • Large Sisters forest project approved
  • Inquiry looks at Brown, fire district
  • Halloween Parade set for October 31
  • Sisters rider wins dressage honors
  • Sisters rider wins dressage honors
  • Fashion show helps cancer program
  • Sisters man involved in Highway 20 wreck
  • Outlaws boys soccer team victory
  • No 41. October 17, 2001

  • Sisters Harvest Faire brings crowds to town
  • Controlled burns begin
  • Board sets cost 'target' for school
  • Promoters, city explore venues
  • Affordable housing project funded
  • Students take to the mountains
  • Book Fair scheduled at Sisters Middle School
  • Schools adopt identification badges
  • Sisters Library Storytime canceled
  • Hikers explore a sunny Clear Lake
  • New pastor comes to Nazarene church
  • Bright Spot provides tasty drinks
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    No 40. October 10, 2001

  • Volcano interest erupts in Sisters
  • Board wrestles with school price tag
  • Sisters men nabbed on poaching charges
  • Road work begins near local RV park
  • Sisters man arrested for assault charge
  • Sisters family delivers love to New York
  • Sisters man works in New York clean-up
  • Outdoor retreat enriches students
  • Blue D'Arts release new CD
  • Locals conquer Portland Marathon
  • Local author leads writers' class
  • Outlaws sweep big invitational
  • Pancake breakfast benefits New Yorkers
  • No 39. October 3, 2001

  • Women enjoy Sisters-in-Sisters event
  • City will offer help to residents left off sewer
  • Hiker injured in fall on Middle Sister
  • Drive raises thousands for disaster relief
  • City approves memorial flag
  • Making a Habitat house a home
  • City, library will continue discussions
  • Building in Pine Meadow picks up pace
  • Sisters clockmaker to restore Latvian clock
  • Hiking historic Crescent Mountain
  • Prescribed burns could start soon
  • Caldera's Hearth Building progresses
  • E-mail virus a hoax
  • New Hoodoo lodge taking shape
  • No 38. September 26, 2001

  • Archaeologists dig into Camp Sherman yard
  • School repair deadline extended
  • Sisters aids victims of attacks
  • Whirlwind damages roof of business
  • Schools foundation distributes funds
  • Balosky travels in perilous times
  • Hunters face less than ideal conditions
  • Sisters gets look at school designs
  • Green Ridge closes for season
  • Keeping an eye on the local volcanoes
  • Schools alerted to economic woes

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  • No 37. September 19, 2001

  • Sisters shares nation's shock, grief, resolve
  • Citizens protest exclusion from sewer
  • Rider drowns at Three Creek Lake
  • Sisters area won't get more sheriff's patrol
  • Ranch artists display their work
  • CEC announces electric rate hike
  • Camp Sherman swimmer conquers Channel
  • Blood mobile to stop in Sisters / How to help
  • Sisters COCC opens new season
  • The creek that's losing its name
  • Volcano watchers study Three Sisters
  • Hunter information booth to be set up / Citizens concerned about hunters, thieves
  • City, library in fight over back rent
  • Outlaws runners off to quick start
  • Outlaws hammer White Buffaloes
  • Girls split in first week of volleyball
  • No 36. September 12, 2001

  • Attack echoes across nation
  • Folk fest thrills crowds in Sisters
  • City makes new sewer offer to USFS
  • Fees piling up in Cyrus water case
  • Sisters man cited for poaching
  • Barbara Warren to retire from city
  • Quilt raffled for BBR art funds
  • Sheriff Stiles to hold town hall discussion
  • City contemplates room tax hike
  • Outlaws lose season opener
  • Girls set to defend volleyball title
  • Blues prodigy performs his kind of music at high school
  • No 35. September 5, 2001

  • Sisters students head back to class
  • Sisters Folk Festival rolling into town
  • Man cited for Suttle Lake thefts
  • Sisters country enjoys Labor Day events
  • Outlaws primed for football season
  • Sisters student explores Nashville
  • Oregon Stampede football team will call Sisters home
  • First major redevelopment planned
  • Fly lines
  • Sisters workers find jobs rewarding
  • Runners hit the training trail near Sisters
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    No 34. August 29, 2001

  • Cattle take to the trail -- on Camp Polk Road
  • Sisters students strong in state tests
  • Archeologists explore Camp Sherman's past
  • Crews start residential connections to sewer
  • New citation issued in wreck
  • Boosters kick off school year with BBQ
  • Festival spotlights popular local talent
  • Sisters Antique Faire packs park
  • Local fishing guide hosts author, journalist
  • Friesians perform in local exhibition
  • Sisters grad lives up to school honors
  • Sisters man recovering from injury
  • Local residential growth continues
  • Sisters teams tackle Hood-to-Coast relay
  • Outlaws run Portland to Coast
  • Excavation reveal sewer secrets
  • No 33. August 22, 2001

  • Repairs will run past school opening
  • Local hikers watch glacier fall
  • School district to tighten visitors' policy
  • Drivers are lucky in Highway 20 wrecks
  • Fire danger leads to forest restrictions
  • City, library near purchase agreement
  • Hole-in-One tourney keeps golfers swinging
  • Worshipers attend tent revival
  • Drive seeks supplies for school kids
  • No 32. August 15, 2001

  • Country Fair mixed music and art
  • Investigators look at suspicious fires
  • Sisters women hurt in Bend accident
  • Food bank demand hits new record
  • Schools make case for early annex vote
  • Sisters School District registration schedule
  • Kiwanis hosts hole-in-one tourney
  • Porkers place at fair
  • City to Forest Service: Pay up
  • Sisters Folk Festival offers new ticket deal
  • City signs five-year cell tower lease
  • Motor coach drivers explore Sisters
  • Sisters quilter tapes TV show
  • Sisters plays tough in state tourney
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    No 31. August 8, 2001

  • City signs cell tower lease
  • Re-enactors dig into Sisters history
  • Forest Service approves new Suttle Lake Resort
  • Pedestrian killed in traffic accident
  • Firefighters put their lives on the line
  • Westlund to seek another term
  • Teens arrested after stolen car crashes
  • Country Fair at church set for Saturday
  • Booher family music camp a hit
  • Cloverdale 4-H takes Fair honors
  • School board trips privately funded
  • No help for the homeless
  • No 30. August 1, 2001

  • Pedestrian killed in traffic accident
  • Sisters sewer system on display for council
  • Trash truck wreck snarls traffic
  • Cell tower talks wind down
  • Severed cable in Sandy cuts Sisters service
  • Architects ponder new high school design
  • High desert fire burns east of Sisters
  • Car show serves up dozens of shiny classics
  • Music will highlight Country Fair
  • Re-enactors take trip back in time
  • Craft fair draws crowd to Sisters
  • Local youths help rescue horses
  • Kids enjoy SOAR camp
  • No 29. July 25, 2001

  • Wagon train clanks into town
  • Power rates expected to go up this fall
  • Sisters officials study school design options
  • Parkway overpass opened
  • Camp Polk Road a slaughterhouse for deer
  • Library hopes to keep land purchase alive
  • PRCA partnership pays off for Sisters Rodeo
  • Garden Club beautifies Sisters
  • Ranch breaks clubhouse ground
  • Camp Caldera hosts Sisters students
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    No 28. July 18, 2001

  • Sisters Quilt Show draws thousands
  • Sisters anxiously eyes wildland fires
  • Injured climber rescued on N. Sister
  • Sisters man indicted on theft charges
  • Kiwanis Tournament raises thousands
  • Fire chief urges new fire safety ordinance
  • Camp Sherman hosts Pine Needlers
  • City rescinds library sale offer
  • Live music in Sisters
  • Sisters store rounds up Western music
  • Tickets available for Folk Festival
  • Wagon train rolling
  • No 27. July 11, 2001

  • Sisters marks sunny centennial parade
  • Fire threatens homes near Sisters
  • Restoration project faces fish concerns
  • Quilt Show brings week of activities
  • Camp Sherman goes after weeds
  • City to provide traffic bypass
  • SOAR complements centennial celebration
  • "Casual Quilters" featured at show
  • No 26. July 4, 2001

  • Outlaw Open nets funds, fun and prizes
  • Foresters to restore Trout Creek Swamp
  • Sisters Council adopts new traffic plan
  • City awards hook-up bids
  • Rain won’t end woes for Sisters irrigators
  • ODOT condemns mall access to Highway 20
  • Sisters celebrates first 100 years
  • Local singer performs in Nashville showcase
  • Sisters Middle School to fight drinking
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    No 25. June 27, 2001

  • City awards sewer hook-up bids
  • Foresters to restore Trout Creek Swamp
  • Schools net $4,000 from tournament
  • Rain won't end water woes
  • Sisters Rotary installs new welcome sign
  • Sisters man recovering from accident
  • Searchers call off hunt for hiker
  • 2001 Oregon Open underway at BBR
  • Fire damages Black Butte Ranch home
  • Health care costs take a big jump
  • Drifter makes Sisters his new home
  • New equipment helps firefighters save home
  • National Guard work valuable
  • No 24. June 20, 2001

  • Fire damages Black Butte Ranch home
  • Sisters man recovering from horse accident
  • Oregon Open underway at BBR
  • National Guard tackles forest jobs
  • City approves tower lease
  • Kirby Nagelhout wins school repair contract
  • Volunteers spark school success
  • Sisters Habitat for Humanity celebrates
  • Country Fair will offer family entertainment
  • Local students do well in history competition
  • Americana Project wraps up year
  • No 23. June 13, 2001

  • Roper wins all-around at rodeo
  • Sisters graduates look to the future
  • Deer vs. people in Sisters neighborhoods
  • Sewer project hits cash crunch
  • Schools will add teachers next year
  • Citizen input sought on new Sisters code
  • Wizard Falls Hatchery sponsors kids' fishing day
  • Kirby Nagelhout wins repair contract
  • National Guard tackles forest projects
  • City approves cell tower lease
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    No 22. June 6, 2001

  • Arson sparks blaze in canyon
  • Top cowboys come to Sisters Rodeo
  • Land Trust dedicates new Camp Polk site
  • Board delays repair contract
  • Fire fair educates Sisters community
  • Cowboys are part of local heritage
  • Cyrus may oppose creek water right
  • Sisters neighborhoods are deer/human battleground
  • Sewer project hits cash crunch
  • No 21. May 30, 2001

  • Sisters veterans offer remembrance
  • School district starts construction project
  • ODOT may condemn mall access
  • Lightning sparks Squaw Creek Canyon blaze
  • Foresters offer Metolius Basin report
  • Trust will dedicate new Preserve
  • No 20. May 23, 2001

  • Outlaws golfers are state champs
  • Forest Service prepares for the fire season
  • Sisters schools: a family affair
  • Cheathams are rodeo grand marshals
  • City of Sisters mulls couplet options
  • Archaeological dig targets cave site
  • No 19. May 16, 2001

  • Sisters: under the volcano
  • Sheriff's deputy thwarts suicide
  • BBR shows off new fire equipment
  • School district seeks bids for repairs
  • Memorial Day service scheduled
  • McKenzie Pass open for bikers and hikers
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    No 18. May 9, 2001

  • Jazz band places first in Reno
  • School budget picture: so far, so good
  • Resort designed for "retro" feel
  • City to keep school in public facility zone
  • Art Stroll scheduled for Friday, May 11
  • Riverfest 2001 events set for Sisters
  • No 17. May 2, 2001

  • City to sell land to fire district
  • City, Forest Service near sewer settlement
  • Suttle Lake assessment released
  • Sheriff promises to continue Sisters patrols
  • Sparrow Club to host fund-raiser
  • Sisters declares itself "bicycle friendly"
  • No 16. April 25, 2001

  • Sisters students shine in history competition
  • Six arrested on drug charges
  • Sheriff's levy, school bond on May 15 ballot
  • Oregon Legislature opposes forest fees
  • USFS spring burning nears completion
  • Benefit raises money for family network
  • No 15. April 18, 2001

  • Young egg hunters enjoy Easter event
  • Sisters sergeant vacancy won't be filled
  • Band wins district festival title
  • Land value tied to zoning
  • School repairs to be done this summer
  • City annexes two industrial parcels
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    No 14. April 11, 2001

  • Controlled burns stop traffic
  • No agency certified Gage home for girls
  • Standards are key in cell tower planning
  • Schools to sell land
  • Fire officials face dangerous season
  • Sisters fund-raiser fights hunger
  • No 13. April 4, 2001

  • Hot ashes spark fire in garbage
  • City to get help in cell tower debate
  • Outlawnet reaches settlement
  • Collegians work on Habitat home
  • Chamber Manager Littlehales resigns
  • Catholic church installs windows
  • No 12. March 28, 2001

  • John Craig ski race draws a crowd
  • Planners approve 19-unit apartment
  • Program promotes school safety in Sisters
  • Bend woman chosen Sisters Rodeo Queen
  • Outlawnet wins court order
  • Taking the "squaw" out of Squaw Creek
  • No 11. March 21, 2001

  • Kim Carnes packs the house again
  • Bill would allow school development charges
  • Forest Service proposes logging
  • Sewer connections ahead of schedule
  • Sisters sportsman's show coming in April
  • Man arrested after incident in Sisters street
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    No 10. March 14, 2001

  • Weitech lays off 11 employees
  • Sisters man dies in one-car accident
  • School board seeks $20.5 million bond
  • Council reviews traffic plan
  • Craig, Reed Bros. honored by chamber
  • PRCA gives Sisters Rodeo a hefty boost
  • No 9. March 7, 2001

  • Schools hammer out bond details
  • Cyrus wins lawsuit over irrigation ditch
  • Work on "Y" intersection delayed
  • Speed enforcement a challenge in Sisters
  • Talent show hops back to '50s
  • High school students give blood to Red Cross
  • No 8. February 28, 2001

  • Lee Ann Womack wows Sisters
  • Sewer projected to stay on budget
  • City, USFS work to resolve bill
  • City approves two new subdivisions
  • Nordquist awarded permanent school slot
  • Students create writing club
  • No 7. February 21, 2001

  • First businesses hooked to sewer
  • Housing group offers community center idea
  • Suttle Lake report coming soon
  • Sheriff's levy, school posts lead ballot
  • School hosts student leadership workshop
  • New boss launches Habitat home
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    No 6. February 14, 2001

  • Grace's amazing valentine
  • District to seek school bond in May
  • ODOT delays work on Sisters area quarries
  • City to intervene in land appeal
  • Project raises thousands for Outlaws sports
  • Bank receives Sisters housing grant
  • No 5. February 7, 2001

  • Gage sentenced to 45 years in prison
  • Salmon restoration moves forward
  • Sheriff says Sisters coverage won't change
  • Forest Service disputes sewer bill
  • Activists appeal Sisters land decision
  • Guitar manufacturer will describe craft library
  • No 4. January 31, 2001

  • Council clears way for cell tower
  • School district hires architect
  • Man killed in van rollover
  • Sisters Elementary wins arts award
  • Delays, extra work hit sewer project
  • Resort plans to build upon the past
  • No 3. January 24, 2001

  • SCID, Cyruses strike piping deal
  • Sisters housing effort nears launch
  • Weather creates new burn opportunity
  • Hearing will impact cell tower site
  • Habitat to start building new home
  • Film fest to roll out red carpet
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    No 2. January 17, 2001

  • Home damaged in Camp Sherman home
  • Winter illnesses strike many in Sisters
  • School board to hire architect
  • Crime rate remains stable in Sisters area
  • Sisters family starts anew after fire
  • Council pledges funds for Centennial
  • No 1. January 10, 2001

  • Gage pleads guilty to sex abuse charges
  • Residents oppose industrial park
  • Local OSU fans revel
  • Mayor pledges to protect skyline
  • Rescue leader retires
  • Swisher is back in the office again
  •