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The Nugget Newspaper 2004 Archives, Volume XXVII


TODAY'S Front Page

No 50. December 29, 2004

  • Kiwanis program is complex operation
  • McDonald's clears city council hurdle
  • Forests near Sisters may become classroom
  • Atta Boy 300 poised to hit the trail in spite of little snow
  • Boyd wins four-year term in council coin toss
  • Schools seek ways to cut heating costs
  • Sisters firefighters douse car fire
  • Sisters Roundhouse still stands
  • McDonald's, couplet big stories in 2004
  • No 49. December 22, 2004

  • High school drive nets lots of food
  • Westlund calls for Oregon tax reform
  • Parents promote improved TAG program
  • New emergency radio coordinator named for Deschutes County
  • Sisters celebrates La Posada
  • Habitat hosts Head Start kids
  • School receives new PE equipment
  • Lea McFarland-Bushnell is loving her equestrian journey
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    No 48. December 15, 2004

  • Elementary school is getting crowded
  • Soaking rain turns Sisters soggy
  • Multiple wrecks on Highway 20 mar weekend
  • City Hall packed for McDonald's appeal
  • Concert conjures holiday spirit
  • Sisters schools get their annual report cards
  • Town Hall meeting to tackle education funding
  • Sisters area interface residents informed of fire standards
  • Young Sisters boxer finds focus in the ring with boxing club
  • Sisters vacation home honored by national magazine
  • Castillo proposes report card changes
  • No 47. December 8, 2004

  • Radio repeater to aid fire districts
  • Sisters woman safe after head-on crash
  • Bronze Star recipient visits Sisters
  • Schools' relationship under review
  • Collecting is a habit for Sisters man
  • Council to meet with a packed agenda
  • State budget won't help Sisters schools
  • Sisters residents file Measure 37 claim
  • City to adopt Measure 37 procedures
  • Local businesses contribute to flights
  • Interim rector plays unique role in Episcopal church transition
  • Snow brings hopes of Hoodoo opening
  • Habitat owners are business owners
  • Sisters company seeking new markets
  • No 46. December 1, 2004

  • Sisters woman safe after head-on crash
  • Christmas Parade draws big crowd
  • McDonald's appeal hearing set
  • City, schools seek to resolve SDC dispute
  • City Hall project still moving, slowly
  • Community Hall renovation on pace
  • Local groups help those in need
  • COCC continues to thrive in Sisters
  • Little snow predicted in area forecast
  • Fiddlesticks sets Sisters' toes tapping with old-time music
  • International mushers will race near Sisters
  • Local middle school runners excel
  • Christmas Tree lighting draws a crowd
  • Student-created calendar honors teacher faced with cancer
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 45. November 24, 2004

  • Sisters residents work on fire plan
  • City council receives couplet plan
  • Sisters is second fastest growing city in Oregon
  • Still no ID on old skull
  • Middle school adopts 'Sparrow'
  • Chamber hosts holiday events this weekend
  • Christmas tree permits now on sale to the public
  • Firefighters train on burning structure
  • New paramedic comes to Sisters
  • School libraries face dwindling funding here as elsewhere
  • Anti-drinking program sparks interest across state of Oregon
  • New rules affect access to cold medicines
  • No 44. November 17, 2004

  • Sisters youth arrested in assault incident
  • Sisters ceremonies mark Veterans Day
  • Vandals flood elementary school
  • Consultant will conduct energy study of schools
  • Major development planned for Sisters
  • Girl Scouts stuff stockings for troops
  • Sisters Starry Nights announces 2005 lineup
  • Sisters man finds his good samaritans
  • Sisters naval veteran was on Doolittle Raid in World War II
  • Cocurricular programs draw many
  • Businesses seek care package items for soldier
  • No 43. November 10, 2004

  • Major development planned for Sisters
  • City dedicates Cliff Clemens Park
  • Voters approve local option for schools
  • Tribe approves 42 words to replace 'squaw'
  • Yearbook earns publisher's recognition
  • Crafting 'ghost pots' from the past
  • Three new teachers join Sisters schools this year
  • Boyd, Elliott and Trego win council seats
  • Dutch foundation donates piano to Black Butte School
  • Sisters artist is also a teacher for home-school students
  • Sisters siblings capture state titles
  • Sisters woman represents United States at international forum
  • Charlotte Nitcher: Librarian and artist
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    No 42. November 3, 2004

  • Local option has strong lead, Boyd appears to win council seat
  • Winter driving season arrives
  • Group claims 'political arson' in fire
  • Sisters kids enjoy Halloween festivities
  • Opponents appeal McDonald's approval
  • New gates at Camp Polk Cemetery
  • Local man was 'tester' for Pacific Crest Trail
  • Volleyball team clinches Capital Conference title
  • Outlaw runners sweep district titles
  • Local contract fire crews diversify to survive the lean years
  • School launches Operation Santa
  • Jeremy Ast promoted to Fire Captain
  • Sisters athlete Audrey Tehan shoots for Olympic soccer
  • Sisters artists seek community space
  • No 41. October 27, 2004

  • Highway closes, recreation begins
  • Foresters will ignite burn piles near Sisters
  • Sisters woman injured in Highway 20 wreck
  • McDonald's clears planning commission
  • Starry Nights star visits Sisters schools
  • More and more women are becoming hunters
  • Community fire plan meetings scheduled
  • Candidate offers a 'vision of Sisters'
  • Vandals steal, destroy campaign signs
  • Healthy Beginnings screens Sisters children in annual visit
  • Poker run raises trail awareness
  • Local practitioner hosts sweat lodge
  • Cliff Clemens Park to be dedicated on Election Day
  • No 40. October 20, 2004

  • Sisters woman injured in wreck
  • New, expanded Ray's store planned for Sisters
  • Sisters woman dies in crash
  • Challenges of bringing power to Sisters
  • Sisters schools seeing second year of growth
  • Plans for school site move ahead
  • Halloween Parade set for October 29
  • Citizens Against McDonald's vent feelings
  • Detectives recover stolen bronze eagle sculpture
  • Fire department opens burning season
  • Sisters folks celebrate life of a friend
  • Locals fund forest research program
  • Mayor appoints three to planning commission
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    No 39. October 13, 2004

  • Memorial scheduled for Sisters woman
  • Forest Service burns east of Crossroads
  • Detectives recover stolen sculpture
  • Sisters woman dies in crash
  • Crew tunnels under Squaw Creek
  • Detectives discover apparent suicide
  • Forest Service considers shrinking office site
  • Flu shots scarce in Sisters, too
  • Sisters Harvest Faire draws many
  • School struggles with honors class dilemma
  • Summer not always hot for Sisters businesses
  • Teachers learn about teaching art
  • Forum assesses Sisters' potential as arts center
  • Squaw Creek must be renamed soon
  • Jerry Taylor -- taking advantage of opportunities
  • No 38. October 6, 2004

  • Detectives investigate apparent suicide
  • Flu shots scarce in Sisters
  • Classes study fish life on the Metolius
  • Sisters schools have strong attendance record
  • 'Sisters' come out to visit the town of that name
  • Street repair fund is full of potholes
  • Commercial tackles teen drinking
  • Sisters Harvest Faire runs this weekend
  • OSU forestry dean to open BBR Friends series
  • Four vie for Sisters City Council seats
  • City officials study water and land use issues
  • Sisters water bond fee dropped
  • Sisters student travels, works and finds challenges in India
  • Art guild supports Sisters schools
  • Rose Slavkovsky travels to Africa
  • No 37. September 29, 2004

  • Foresters ignite burn west of Sisters
  • Trail crews repair fire damage
  • Soldier speaks of fighting
    in Iraq
  • Rhea named new chamber of commerce director
  • Sisters team tests fire mapping tool
  • Strolling through Sisters' art
  • Top jazz performers to take the stage in Sisters
  • Some stories behind the SAT scores
  • Local groups support Forest Service in suit
  • Part of Hood Avenue to remain two-way
  • City fee transfer arrangement questioned
  • Squaw Creek project delayed by water
  • Judah Slavkovsky witnesses conflict along Israeli-Palestinian 'wall'
  • Baxter photograph captured Ike
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 36. September 22, 2004

  • Sisters Jazz Festival is a hit
  • Human remains found in woods west of Sisters
  • McDonald's decision delayed for a month
  • Ranger district contends with off-road vehicles
  • Pair summits three peaks in 24 hours
  • Thonstad is a model of late career change
  • Eyerly salvage loses emergency status
  • Dennis McGregor releases solo CD
  • Correction
  • Dance helps Sisters FAN
  • Sisters man recounts career as photographer, adventurer
  • Three pianos event hits a high note
  • Liquor commission sanctions local business
  • Sisters juvenile program is being replaced by new project
  • Three childhood friends meet in Sisters
  • Bands jazz up Sisters schools
  • No 35. September 15, 2004

  • Folk festival rocks Sisters music fans
  • Local option campaign underway
  • Sisters Jazz Festival opens Friday
  • Bermel marks 25 years at Sisters Library
  • Local man builds scale model planes
  • New voter registration may be needed
  • Sisters Rodeo seeks early queen entries
  • Eric Beckwith helps keep kids on right track with JET program
  • Folksingers visit Sisters schools
  • Scott Little wins regional high school golf title
  • Sisters Jazz Festival offers raffle prizes
  • Contest winners show their stuff
  • Locals receive donated clothing
  • It's 'steely time' in Central Oregon
  • Injured eagle leaves Sisters for zoo school
  • 'People meds' can be harmful to pets
  • Rodeo association hosts habitat volunteers
  • Americana Song Academy hits sweet note
  • Watching America disappear
  • No 34. September 8, 2004

  • Western spirit at Sisters festival
  • Sisters area impacted by fire rules
  • Festival brings folk music to Sisters
  • Citizens check out couplet options
  • Outlaws set on the playoffs
  • Together for Children
  • Local man shapes Montana history
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 33. September 1, 2004

  • Rainfall no blessing to hay growers
  • Schools seek same local option rate
  • Sharlene Weed joins city council
  • Sisters activists gear up for election
  • Lompa protects his home country
  • Western festival rides into Sisters
  • Camp Sherman hosts holiday festivities
  • Appeals court rules against CEC
  • Sisters men arrested after car chase
  • Man nabbed in forest fee thefts
  • Jazz festival plans pre-festival Cajun party
  • Blues ace showcases musical evolution
  • Marilyn Utzinger -- a cancer survivor who enjoys helping others
  • No 32. August 25, 2004

  • Antique hunters undeterred by rain
  • Walden holds forest hearing in Sisters
  • Triathlon makes a splash at Suttle Lake
  • High school damaged by lightning
  • Photographer exhibits portraits
  • City will host second couplet workshop
  • Sisters trekkers spend month in Nepal
  • Fire district receives another grant
  • Man injured in wreck near Suttle Lake
  • Group's ads urge parents to face reality of teen drinking
  • Quilt raffle set at Black Butte Ranch
  • Little Leaguer heads to Hall of Fame
  • Pacific Crest Trail hikers still passing through Sisters area
  • No 31. August 18, 2004

  • Walden holds forest hearing in Sisters
  • Country Fair was crowd pleaser
  • Lightning sparks yet more fires across Sisters area
  • Sisters airman awarded Bronze Star
  • No bids for Eyerly Fire salvage timber sale
  • Public workshop on couplet scheduled
  • Sheriff's Citizen's Academy scheduled
  • Folk festival announces songwriting finalists
  • Sisters revises 20-year population forecast downward by 941
  • Preschool begins for Sisters' youngest
  • Sisters firefighters encourage safety
  • Sisters team competes in Bend meet
  • Transfer station operator thanked
  • Sisters grad performs teaching stint in her native India
  • Aspen Lakes hosts PGA sectional
  • Rehab owl adjusting to life at the zoo
  • Tools for School donations accepted
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    No 30. August 11, 2004

  • Lightning sparks yet more fires across Sisters area
  • Firefighters make progress on lighting blazes
  • Firefighting team attacks lightning fires
  • Thunderstorms spark 15 fires
  • All sides weigh in on salvage plan
  • Lightning starts fire on Black Crater
  • Camp Polk Road getting bike lanes
  • Sisters test scores remain higher than state average
  • Camp teaches students about 'football'
  • Country Fair set for church grounds Saturday
  • Athletes face triathlon challenge at Suttle Lake
  • Walden to hold hearing in Sisters
  • Rotary club proposes new road junction park
  • Caldera celebrates art program graduates and shows off building
  • Memory quilt comforts sick man
  • Keys for Kids program delivers piano
  • Arts Discovery class survives at school
  • RV owners congregate in Sisters
  • No 29. August 4, 2004

  • Death came from self-inflicted gunshot
  • Sheriff's office investigates suspicious death
  • Lightning sparks fire on Black Crater
  • Firefighters douse local blaze
  • Sisters man killed in Highway 97 wreck
  • Forest Service plans jump start on salvage logging
  • Two climbers die on Mount Washington
  • Golf shot tourney scores for Kiwanis
  • Father fights to help critically injured son
  • Bead Stampede offers 'something new'
  • Fire recovery is a huge challenge
  • Pacific Crest Trail hikers stop in Sisters -- for ice cream and pizza
  • Lightning sparks fires in Sisters region
  • Ten Sisters church members return from mission in Uganda
  • Student returns from Australia trip
  • No 28. July 28, 2004

  • Sisters man killed in Highway 97 wreck
  • Cycle Oregon riders have hot weekend in Sisters
  • B&B recovery plan includes some logging
  • Classic cars shine in Sisters custom show
  • Sisters Airport runway upgraded
  • LDS church marks Pioneer Day
  • City names new park for Cliff Clemens
  • Golfers shoot for $1 million hole-in-one
  • Sisters couple revel in their active, outdoor lifestyle
  • Sisters to host first 'Bead Stampede'
  • City agrees on housing density
  • Christian school has new administrator
  • Race walk team masters Willamette Valley Relay
  • Folk festival to auction autographed guitar
  • Finding waterfalls
  • Sisters Country Fair will feature art show
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 27. July 21, 2004

  • Sisters Airport runway upgraded
  • New development planned for east end of Sisters
  • Creating a new forest from ashes of B&B Fire
  • Health warning lifted from Suttle Lake
  • Hundreds of cyclists to roll into Sisters
  • Ball field construction is on 'fast track'
  • Skaters seek a place to ride in peace
  • Hot rods heading toward Sisters
  • Theater to be featured in development
  • Sculpture stolen from Sisters art gallery
  • Sisters chamber director to leave
  • Local lakes are restocked with fish
  • The day Tollgate burned -- July 26, 1979
  • Visitor from Malawi dazzled by Oregon
  • No 26. July 14, 2004

  • Quilt show draws thousands
  • Cyclists blast through Sisters in race
  • Pelton agreement bodes well for fish
  • Developers purchase Sisters land
  • Camp Sherman hosts its own quilt show
  • School board ratifies teacher contract
  • Cycle Oregon seeks Sisters volunteers
  • School board mulls local option bid
  • Portland firm contracted for city planning services
  • Sisters wrestles with density questions in council workshop
  • Jacobsen honored at quilters' picnic
  • Volunteers always make the quilt show run
  • Sisters group on mission to Uganda
  • No 25. July 7, 2004

  • Sisters skies obscured by smoke
  • Health alert posted for algae at Suttle Lake
  • City seeks to fill new council vacancy
  • Citizens want slow couplet or none
  • Three city council seats on November ballot
  • Sisters man will stay in troubled Saudi Arabia
  • Events keep Sisters busy during holiday
  • Visitors help with Habitat for Humanity project
  • Three Creek Store owner loves the place
  • Songwriting contest seeks entrants
  • Americana Project expands through SOAR

    QUILT SHOW SECTION
  • Sisters prepares for big Quilt Show
  • Featured quilter has a passion for her work
  • Quilters' Affair draws 1,500 'students'
  • Book club creates thematic quilts
  • Quilters pay tribute to Andrea Balosky
  • Local quilter follows family path
  • Poster creator blends music, quilting
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 24. June 30, 2004

  • Health alert posted at Suttle Lake
  • City seeks to fill council vacancy
  • SOAR dedicates "Coffield Center"
  • Highway 20 collision kills three
  • Camp Sherman honors History Day winner
  • Board names Thonstad school superintendent
  • Lake Creek Lodge plans approved
  • Camp Sherman to host Fourth of July breakfast
  • Sisters set for Summer Faire this weekend
  • Couplet funding opportunity slides past as city debates plan
  • Sisters area residents prepare for threats to homes in fire season
  • Opinions vary on traffic solutions for Sisters
  • Camp Sunrise offers healing environment for bereaved children
  • Great horned owl donated to zoo
  • ProAm draws 170 to Black Butte Ranch
  • Outlaws golfer qualifies for World Championships
  • Secure your valuables before hiking
  • No 23. June 23, 2004

  • Lake Creek Lodge plans approved
  • Couplet funding opportunity slides past
  • Trust dedicates Metolius Preserve
  • Board narrows search for schools chief
  • Developer submits plan for McDonald's
  • Sisters citizens argue against couplet
  • Sisters art stroll success
  • Councilor questions code's density rules
  • Sisters Chamber seeks volunteers
  • Sisters National Guardsmen to go to Iraq
  • Power line dispute hits court of appeals
  • Council seeks to manage growth
  • Meeder wins national public service award
  • Anderson selected for 'Sisters Sings'
  • Sisters man competes in adventure races across western U.S.
  • Sisters woman practices with horses as therapy for young women
  • Olympians train in Sisters for Eugene's Prefontaine Classic
  • Sisters man creates heavenly harp of natural woods
  • No 22. June 16, 2004

  • Land Trust dedicates Metolius Preserve on Saturday
  • 64th Sisters Rodeo draws big crowds
  • BBR Police Chief warns about ID theft
  • Graduates hope to change the future
  • Kids enjoy their day at Wizard Falls
  • Rodeo clown delights students
  • 'Sisters Sings' event features top vocalists
  • Sisters is set for annual Art Stroll
  • School budget draws fire from teachers
  • City waives sewer fee
  • New Sisters Library reported on target
  • Sheriff's canine is ace performer
  • Kollodge steps down from city council
  • Sisters is home to digital pioneer
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 21. June 9, 2004

  • Sisters citizens to weigh in on couplet
  • Sisters Rodeo bucks into town
  • Pastor dies in horseback accident
  • Sisters youth bitten by juvenile rattlesnake
  • Surviving West Nile Virus
  • Kiwanis program secures pianos
  • Quilts commemorate friendships for reunion
  • Swisher takes Crook County position
  • Wild Rivers Gallery opens in Sisters
  • Leslie's Ice Cream Parlor opens in Sisters
  • No 20. June 2, 2004

  • Memorial service marks solemn holiday
  • Eighth grade track teams show outstanding talent
  • Sisters is gearing up for a busy summer
  • Sisters urged to prepare for virus
  • Artist unveils mural at Barclay Park
  • Sisters Library offers Summer Reading Program
  • Construction to begin on new little league ball field
  • Metolius meeting reviews projects
  • Students find it easy to express religious faith in Sisters schools
  • Some join trend toward Christian 'cool'
  • Council grants funds to SOAR, FAN
  • Young Sisters area motocross riders take on the track
  • No 19. May 26, 2004

  • New mural adds lots of color to Barclay Park
  • Students push for changes in teacher cuts
  • Court upholds Sisters forest project
  • Couplet committee searches for a new consensus
  • Dance instructor Pat Cook announces retirement
  • Veterans to host Memorial Day service
  • Camp Fire leaders celebrate service
  • Student films fight against drugs
  • Harrelson to retire as Episcopal pastor
  • Sixth graders learn about the outdoors
  • Habitat For Humanity moves new home
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 18. May 19, 2004

  • BBR Police Chief safe after crash
  • Outlaws claim tennis crown, head to state
  • Defense attorney investigates killing
  • Cuts run deep at Sisters High School
  • Pole Pedal Paddle 2004 - Sisters stars
  • Concert celebrates gift of piano
  • Drinking incident called a serious 'wake-up call'
  • Burning shut down in Deschutes County
  • Finding homes for foster care 'drifters'
  • Foster parents consider work with children a spiritual calling
  • Dominant Outlaws win district golf title
  • Girls win district golf title; Pagano is champion
  • Couplet planning costs on the rise
  • Rich Rollins named grand marshal of 2004 Sisters Rodeo
  • Council adopts ordinance changing Sisters' density requirements
  • Miss Teen USA to attend a local Sparrow benefit
  • No 17. May 12, 2004

  • Survey: Sisters students feel safe
  • Outlaw racers shine in Chainbreaker
  • Fire department charts its future
  • History scholars win top honors in state
  • Task force seeks information on fire
  • Gated community opens in Sisters
  • Sisters Rodeo will skip cowboy dance this year
  • Cloverdale RFPD looks for volunteers
  • Swisher sought Redmond position
  • Softball facility is 'field of dreams'
  • Starry Nights raises $100,000 for schools
  • No 16. May 5, 2004

  • Climber rescued from Mt. Jefferson
  • Sisters teen arraigned on murder charge
  • Project promises more water for Squaw Creek
  • Council favors density ordinance
  • Students gather books by the armload
  • City defends its population forecast
  • City continues to wrestle with couplet options
  • School board launches new superintendent search this week
  • Kiwanis donates phones to COBRA
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 15. April 28, 2004

  • Little League opens under sunny skies
  • Tree planting expedition restores Abbott Creek
  • Killing sends shock through school
  • Council delays density decision
  • Residents hail delay on density change
  • Forest users face array of passes
  • Auction raises funds for family program
  • Library offers special family program
  • Salvage logging underway on timber burned in B&B Complex Fire
  • Sisters Mercantile marks milestone
  • No tax money used on SOAR facility
  • Christian Green records lowest score
  • No 14. April 21, 2004

  • Killing sends shock through school
  • Kathy Mattea shows range of talent
  • Sisters student in custody for Bend killing
  • Swap meet and auction draws huge crowd
  • B & B Complex Fire closures lifted
  • Sisters remembers teacher Rob Kurtz
  • Geese part of birth control project
  • Schools struggle to serve their gifted students
  • The challenge of teaching Sisters' talented and gifted students
  • Sheriff pushes for levy at meeting
  • Sisters High School has a new piano
  • No 13. April 14, 2004

  • Sisters student in custody for Bend killing
  • Schools struggle to serve gifted students
  • New Cycle Oregon event comes to Sisters
  • B & B Complex Fire closures to be lifted in most areas
  • Egg hunters have a happy day
  • Baker to leave school district
  • Kathy Mattea will perform at Starry Nights concert
  • City Hall funds are in new budget
  • Sisters resident has hearing restored with donated hearing aids
  • Sisters student wins Seattle University scholarship for service
  • Sheriff to hold Sisters town hall meeting
  • Sisters band keeps conference title
  • Library plan hearing set for April 15
  • New library to be three times larger
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 12. April 7, 2004

  • Controlled burn ignited south of Sisters
  • World championship sled dog race will mush through Sisters
  • Art stroll and auction raise thousands
  • Sisters 'Y' intersection work starts
  • Volunteers will monitor water quality
  • City planner leaves Sisters for New York job
  • New mailboxes approved by city
  • Watchdog groups to appeal Sisters plan
  • Roads opened in wake of B&B Fire
  • Wild horses win hearts in Sisters
  • Semi-pro football program kicks off on Sisters field
  • Washington tour is tops for students
  • Sisters auction is an international event
  • No 11. March 31, 2004

  • Schools face $600,000 deficit
  • Real estate market booms in Sisters
  • Sisters hosts art stroll and auction
  • Three killed in plane crash on Three Fingered Jack
  • Spring break means volunteer work
  • Sisters 'Y' intersection to be changed soon
  • Low-income aid programs are active
  • Sisters residents argue over density
  • Sisters faces tension between density and affordability
  • Sisters Athletic Club ready to open new building on Monday
  • Locals to pitch in on burn restoration
  • Stitchin' Post adds knitting supplies
  • No 10. March 24, 2004

  • Sisters Country Historical Society formed
  • Pillar runs for county commissioner seat
  • Driver runs into Eurosports
  • Earthquakes swarm on South Sister
  • Llama herd leaves Patterson Ranch
  • Forest Service ignites burn near Tollgate
  • Activist group sues over Metolius Project
  • Growth strains electrical system
  • Folk musicians play for school
  • Young artists contribute to Sisters fund-raiser
  • Sisters choir to present its spring concert
  • Local residents review ODOT's revised Lake Creek bridge project
  • Carol Woosley is heading home soon
  • New sewer truck is key tool for the city
  • Sisters woman helps disabled skiers
  • Dental machine a crowning glory
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 9. March 17, 2004

  • Growth strains electrical system
  • Forest Service ignites burn near Tollgate
  • Athlectic director is woodworker in spare time
  • No one injured in plane crash
  • A full house enjoys Starry Nights concert
  • School board explains loss of interest money
  • Sisters man arrested in gun incident
  • Citizens argue for alternate route
  • Ballet wows Sisters audience
  • Students raise money for new Sparrow
  • Sisters poised on brink of change
  • Golf season opens in Sisters
  • City re-examines school sewer bill
  • City offers grace period on school district sewer hook-up
  • Black Butte Ranch gets new conduit
  • Forest Service will start burning in forest
  • City changes parking requirements
  • No 8. March 10, 2004

  • Sisters poised on brink of change
  • Black Butte Ranch gets underground conduit
  • Snowmobiler triggers avalanche
  • Lake Creek Lodge decision kicked back
  • Veterans group receives special flag
  • District confirms school administrators
  • Carnes brings Nashville stars to Sisters
  • Sisters Act raises Celtic spirit
  • Sisters Rotary unveils centennial project
  • Ski area to host school fund-raiser
  • SCID pitches piping project
  • Plan calls for affordable housing
  • Sisters builders visit Costa Rica
  • Donated books arrive at school library
  • Students shine in history contest
  • No 7. March 3, 2004

  • Sisters Rotary unveils centennial project
  • Sisters man dies after fight
  • ODOT criticizes couplet plan
  • Bypass is not an option for Sisters
  • Council approves comprehensive plan
  • Storton is Sisters' Citizen of the Year
  • Hazard trees to be cut in fire areas
  • City wants school sewer fees
  • Council supports sheriff's levy
  • School budget picture brightens
  • Camp Sherman group discuss cougars
  • Council ponders sewer questions
  • New roads going in at PMR
  • Gym goes down
  • Sisters students visit animals
  • Sisters students shine on tests
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 6. February 25, 2004

  • Heavy, wet snow good for irrigators
  • Eyerly timber salvage awaits go-ahead
  • Highway development moves forward
  • Jazz band takes first place -- again
  • Accident claims man near Sisters
  • Recycling program boosts schools
  • BYU Theatre Ballet to perform in Sisters
  • Sisters Act set for March 6
  • Group helps people face loss after a murder
  • Suttle Lake timber salvage planned
  • Teacher receives rescued time capsules
  • Sisters business at a glance
  • No 5. February 18, 2004

  • Icy roads cause wrecks near Sisters
  • City, sewer contractor agree to settle suit
  • Architect presents city library plans
  • Sisters youth is wrestling champ
  • Questions raised about population forecasts
  • Locals get speedy Internet service
  • Local forest projects remain stalled
  • Group promotes culture in region
  • SOAR is in new facility
  • Residents kill road proposal
  • Sisters plan goes before county
  • Sisters grad to run in Boston Marathon
  • Council supports poverty program
  • Corrections
  • No 4. February 11, 2004

  • School goes up in flames
  • Voters kill tax measure; schools plan more cuts
  • School board grapples with money question
  • Boundary changes face criticism
  • Shooting proposal draws fire
  • Habitat breaks ground on No. 27
  • Camp Polk Meadow history reviewed
  • Fate of older library building is undecided
  • Nowak seeks county seat
  • Couplet continues to spark debate
  • Sisters man is fair foundation president
  • TODAY'S Front Page

    No 3. February 4, 2004

  • Locals want trucks off of Cascade
  • Plans coming along for old school burn
  • School report cards are in for 2002-03
  • Computer virus smacks Sisters
  • LUBA hears Lodge appeal
  • Reading program needs volunteers
  • Evening of jazz on tap
  • Sisters firefighting company honored
  • Trust moves forward on Metolius
  • Targeting vending machines
  • SMS students enjoy winter trek
  • Multnomah rides ebb and flow
  • No 2. January 28, 2004

  • City will require affordable housing
  • Official explains Camp Sherman cougar killing
  • Landowner responds to resort speculation
  • Fadeley is county's new justice of the peace
  • Dropouts are few in Sisters schools
  • Camp Sherman fights Cabin Fever
  • Multnomah Publishers eliminates 15 positions
  • Sisters chamber shifts to local promotion
  • City to help fund Buck Run sewer
  • School cafeterias take on obesity
  • Volunteers in Medicine serve Deschutes uninsured
  • Camp Sherman woman heading for India
  • City tightens code requirements
  • No 1. January 21, 2004

  • Kenny Loggins rocks a full house in Sisters
  • Cougar captured in Camp Sherman
  • Schools chase interest money explanation
  • Tax measure will affect Sisters schools
  • Squaw Creek surges in winter storm
  • Firefighters to burn old middle school
  • Mushers race in Sisters country
  • Steele Associates will design City Hall
  • Fouts scores big for local schools
  • Horse rescued from icy pond
  • School buildings weather storms
  • Project celebrates the arts in Sisters
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