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Articles from the January 4, 2022 edition

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  • Stars over Sisters 1/04/2022

    Zoey Lorusso and Dominic Martinez|Updated Jan 4, 2022

    As the holiday season winds down and visiting in-laws return to their respective homes, the pace of life slows to something more manageable for many of us. Happily, this should result in more opportunities to take in the splendor of a star-studded winter night sky in January. Lepus the Hare is this month’s featured constellation. Certainly not the brightest group of stars in the sky, Lepus nevertheless is easy to locate because it lies directly beneath one of the most r... Full story

  • Arts & travel inspire Julia Rahm

    Katy Yoder|Updated Jan 4, 2022

    Julia Rahm got her start in Sisters. Her love of theater and singing took root from programs she sought out in Sisters and Bend. She is now a vocal artist, voice teacher, composer, and poet. She received her bachelor’s degree in theater, music, and the French language at Sarah Lawrence College in New York and her master’s in voice performance from Roosevelt University in Chicago. She also studied for one year at the École Normale de Musique in Paris. A Sisters High Sch... Full story

  • A New Year’s wish for 2022

    Audry Van Houweling, PMHNP|Updated Jan 4, 2022

    Feelings of powerlessness are insidious. While sometimes an opportunity for productive action, most often they plunge us into a state of primitive adrenaline: fight, flight, or freeze. These feelings may echo times of powerlessness from times past. They have a knack for triggering the shadows of our inner child, our greatest fears, and fortifying our defenses primed from traumas gone by. When faced with trauma, it is not simply the event itself per se that is damaging, but the surrounding feelings of powerlessness themselves... Full story

  • Outlaws handle the Highlanders

    Rongi Yost, Correspondent|Updated Jan 4, 2022

    The Outlaws walked off the basketball court at Burns on December 20 with a 50-31 victory over the Highlanders. Max Palanuk got the Outlaws going in the first quarter with eight points. Sisters was patient and effective on offense, and scored 10 of their 16 first-quarter points in the paint. The Outlaws closed out the quarter with a seven-point advantage, 16-9. The Highlanders made a run in the second period and closed the Outlaws’ lead to three, 19-16, with five minutes l... Full story

  • Schools closed due to storm

    Updated Jan 4, 2022

    All Sisters School District Schools are closed Tuesday, January 4, due to inclement weather. Wellspring school is also closed.... Full story