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 By Lynn Woodward    News

Artist soars with traditional weaving

Turkish-American artist Ayla Gizlice is in Sisters for a couple of weeks for an art residency at Pine Meadow Ranch (PMR), under the auspices of the Roundhouse Foundation. Her university studies are environmental science and art; many of her... — Updated 7/19/2022 Full story

 
 By Lynn Woodward    News

Rumble of hoofbeats, rattle of bones

I don't think I've ever been on a horse more nimble than that little bay. He cantered through knee-high grass on a slope, striding over hundreds of ground-squirrel and marmot holes before I... — Updated 9/27/2016 Full story

 
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The hour of dogs a-barkin'

"It's the hour of dogs a-barkin'," as Tom Russell sings about Mexico. Seems to be true in the countryside of Mongolia as well. This night though, Stinky, Guetuerma and a nameless pup that... — Updated 9/20/2016 Full story

 
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Sisters rider on the steppe

I'm fond of horses. I'm fond of archery. And of archery from a galloping horse as well. So is Holm Neumann. That's why we were in Mongolia last month. Holm and Susan Neumann established the... — Updated 9/13/2016 Full story

 
 By Lynn Woodward    News

Horsewomen of Sisters donate funds

Darlene Johnston, Patty Swarens and Carol Statton dreamed up a project just over a year ago over margaritas at Bronco Billy's Ranch Grill and Saloon: A calendar featuring horsewomen of the... — Updated 1/24/2012 Full story

 
 By Lynn Woodward    News

Van offers relief from tooth trouble

The Medical Teams International (MTI) dental van brought relief to Sisters folks suffering from dental ailments on January 6, in front of the Kiwanis House in downtown Sisters. Doctor Spence... — Updated 1/12/2010 Full story

 
 By Lynn Woodward    News

Sisters woman offers classes in stress management

How much time do you spend worrying about lack of time and spinning your wheels being "stressed out?" Stress is normal, but too much stress produces toxicity in our bodies, which builds up, wreaking health havoc. One of the most common chara... — Updated 9/22/2009 Full story

 
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Canine event sets tails wagging in Sisters

It seems there is no easier way for humans to meet than with dogs as their liaisons. True to theory, a few hundred dogs and their families met with smiles and wagging tails for a fun-filled... — Updated 9/1/2009 Full story

 
 By Lynn Woodward    News

New archery shop aims for a variety of targets

Mike and Beth Huitt opened Top Pin Pro Archery shop August 1 to offer high-performance equipment befitting competitive pros and serious bowhunters, but that's only half the shop - and half... — Updated 8/4/2009 Full story

 
 By Lynn Woodward    News

Multi-talented artist lands in Sisters

The evening after Michael Kevin Daly moved to Sisters, he walked over to the opening of Nancy Becker and Mark Gillem's Reride art show. The bleary-eyed newcomer hadn't even summitted the... — Updated 8/12/2008 Full story

 
 By Lynn Woodward    News

Sisters residents hear Gold Star Moms

A contingent of Sisters area residents trekked to Redmond last week to learn about the impact of the war in Iraq from two women who have experienced it first-hand. Michelle DeFord and Lynn... — Updated 4/11/2006 Full story

 

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