TODAY'S Front Page


The Nugget Newspaper 2005 Archives, Volume XXVIII


TODAY'S Front Page

No 3. January 19, 2005

  • Public to tackle school crowding
  • Sisters agencies to set priorities at summit
  • City, county, state work to keep winter roads clear
  • Icy roads blamed for wrecks all around Sisters
  • Sisters shed is a piece of history
  • Starry Nights tickets on sale January 22
  • McDonald's wins formal city approval
  • Owner breaks ground on Movie House
  • City endorses several community projects
  • Boyd installed as city councilor
  • Community Hall goes back in action
  • School mourns death of mascot
  • No 2. January 12, 2005

  • Sled dog championships run near Sisters
  • Families host Atta Boy mushers every night
  • Sisters man found dead
  • Wintry road conditions cause several wrecks
  • Squaw Creek name being reviewed
  • Sisters Ranger District explores history of name
  • Money comes in to Samaritan Home Relief
  • Wheeler appointed full-time fire marshal
  • Local company installs stadium gate
  • Smoke alarm saves Sisters resident
  • Local superintendent supports state ESD merger proposal
  • Education Service Districts help schools with many tasks
  • Locals break out the snowshoes and try new trails
  • No 1. January 5, 2005

  • Plan to protect Squaw Creek
  • Reaching out to tsunami victims
  • 'The sea is coming'
  • Sisters group pushes for more school funding
  • Winter weather finally arrives in Sisters
  • Student attends 'Floating University'
  • School district responds to TAG complaint
  • Sisters travelers can dodge snafus
  • Sisters couple pursues passion for cycling and martial arts
  • Watching the Atta Boy 300 sled dog race
  • City supports microenterprise program
  • Sisters youth tries for Naval Academy
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