Sisters honors the fallen in ceremony

For many, Memorial Day weekend marks the start of summer, and it is observed with picnics, barbecues, and time in the outdoors. The day has more profound meaning, a point that was driven... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

From hazards to habitat

Many of us who live in Sisters have experienced that sinking feeling when we see a dark column of smoke on a hot summer day. Living in fire-prone forests, the loss of our homes to a wildfire... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Sisters Trails Alliance names new director

Sisters Trails Alliance has selected a new executive director. Stephanie Presley came on board as of May 6. Presley brings years of experience leading volunteer organizations and community... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

CODE Team recognized for combatting drugs

Central Oregon Drug Enforcement (CODE) team was awarded the 2023 Agency of the Year for Oregon by the Western States Information Network (WSIN) in recognition of their outstanding... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Missing dog found dead

A missing dog reported stolen from a vehicle at the Whychus Canyon Preserve Trailhead earlier this month has been found dead a few miles from where she went missing. According to the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, the cause of death... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Cheatgrass invades Sisters

While it is not a major threat to grazing or livestock production in Sisters Country it is nonetheless a pesky irritant to gardeners and a danger to pets. Moreover it is a major accelerant... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Music celebrates community

Music and community came together last Thursday evening as the Sisters High School (SHS) band department put on a show involving young musicians from a variety of local music programs.... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Mentoring for balloon program

Since 2015, Sisters High School students have been provided opportunities through RISE (Research in Sisters Environments) to practice science in a real- world setting, and apply the knowledge they learn in the classroom to novel problems.... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Sisters Farmers Market opens Sunday

Opening day for Sisters Farmers Market is Sunday, June 2, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This year, the market will open with a bigger footprint: in addition to operating in Fir Street Park, Sisters Farmers Market will also include a new area across... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

A.B. Dyer Construction carries on a Sisters legacy

For Andrew Dyer, construction is a family affair. Sometimes this means sharing coffee and breakfast with a client. Once, it meant a client happily giving Dyer the keys to their Portland... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Excellence in arts celebrated at showcase

SFF Presents will host a free showcase of Sisters School District music and arts programs at the Sisters Art Works building Sunday, June 2 from 2 to 5 p.m. The community is invited to celebrate the work of the SHS AP visual arts and... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Sisters Folk Festival lineup complete

Sisters Folk Festival has announced the addition of 14 artists to the 2024 festival lineup, rounding out a total of 33 acts slated to perform in downtown Sisters on Sept. 27-29. The artists... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

The Smoke Drifters ignite music season

Sisters band The Smoke Drifters will kick off the summer concerts at The Barn. They'll take the stage on Saturday, June 1, at 6 p.m. for their album release party. The band's debut, "Falling... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Sisters Stampede 'nothing but fun'

After weeks of below-normal temperatures and incessant winds, Sunday was a picture perfect spring day. And it was the backdrop for the 15th running of the Sisters Stampede, an annual... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Sisters lacrosse players see action in combined program

Coming into the 2024 lacrosse season the Sisters Outlaws lacrosse girls team was facing a challenge: Either don't have a lacrosse team, due to the lack of players, or figure out some way to... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

Pulver takes Outlaws to fifth place in tennis

Dominic Pulver was the lone player from the boys’ tennis squad to make it to the state championships held at Oregon State University Thursday through Saturday, May 23rd through the 25th. Seventeen teams were in attendance and, as the... — Updated 5/28/2024 Full story

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