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Roundabout set for March launch

Construction of a new roundabout at Locust Street and Highway 20 is still set to get underway in March 2024, Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) Central Oregon Region Manager Bob... — Updated 10/17/2023 Full story


In a pickle over court shortage

There are now 5 million pickleball players, or "picklers," in the United States, according to a recent report from the Sports & Fitness Industry Association. Pickleball, a mash-up of tenn... — Updated 8/15/2023 Full story


Paddling for fun and fitness

The number of stand-up paddleboard (SUP) enthusiasts is growing nationwide at a rate faster than tennis or golf - and Sisters Country is no exception. Three million paddleboarders dot the... — Updated 7/25/2023 Full story


Popular recreation site scene of recent rescues

The Blue Pool, properly known as Tamolitch Falls, has been the scene of three rescues this month. On July 2, an injured person was airlifted to safety. Last week three people were rescued... — Updated 7/25/2023 Full story


Dean Duvall

Dean was a man who lived by a dedication to his faith and values. He was highly adventurous and very responsible - a rare combination of traits. A lifelong learner, committed leader, always... — Updated 5/30/2023 Full story


Phillip Keller

On Monday, March 27, Phil Keller, the loving husband and father of two beautiful children, passed away peacefully at the age of 80 with his wife at his side. He was cared for by the... — Updated 5/30/2023 Full story


Outlaws compete at tennis tourney

The girls tennis squad sent three junior players — Juhree Kizziar, Brooke Harper, and Katie Ryan — to the state tennis tournament held in Corvallis, Friday and Saturday, May 19- 20. Kizziar (No. 1 singles) who was the District 4 Champion... — Updated 5/30/2023 Full story


Three Lady Outlaws compete at State

The girls tennis squad sent three junior players — Juhree Kizziar, Brooke Harper, and Katie Ryan — to the state tennis tournament held in Corvallis Friday and Saturday, May 19- 20. Kizziar (No. 1 singles) who was the District 4... — Updated 5/23/2023 Full story


Lady Outlaws crowned district tennis champions

The Lady Outlaws brought seven players to the 4A/3A/2A/1A Special District 4 Tennis Tournament in Pendleton on Friday and Saturday, May 12-13, and emerged as the champs. The Outlaws took a first, third, and fourth place in singles, and... — Updated 5/16/2023 Full story


Outlaws advance seven players to District Championships

The Outlaws girls tennis team have qualified three singles players and two doubles teams to advance to the District Championships in Pendleton, on Friday and Saturday, May 12-13. The district billets came out of competition in the sub... — Updated 5/16/2023 Full story


Letters to the Editor 5/17/2023

Some love for softball To the Editor: Did you know that Sisters High School has a girls softball team? You won’t read about them in The Nugget for some reason unknown to me. Every week you can read about girls track, lacrosse, and tennis... — Updated 5/16/2023 Full story


Outlaws drop match against The Dalles

The boys tennis squad lost their match against The Dalles on Monday, May 2. Coach David Rowell switched up the lineup for the Outlaw players in their match against the Riverhawks. Dominic Pulver and Jude Parzybok paired up as the No. 1... — Updated 5/9/2023 Full story


Girls tennis takes down The Dalles

The Lady Outlaws tennis squad crushed The Dalles in a final score of 7-1, at home on Tuesday, May 2, under beautiful and sunny weather conditions. Sisters is 5-1 in conference play and 9-4 ov... — Updated 5/9/2023 Full story


Lady Outlaws dominate opponents on the tennis courts

The Lady Outlaws took care of business on the tennis courts with a 5-3 win over the Eagles at Stayton on Tuesday, April 25, and two days later a 6-2 win at home against Madras. Juhree Kizziar (No. 1 singles) maintained her undefeated season... — Updated 5/2/2023 Full story


Parzybok a winner on the tennis court

The boys tennis squad matched up against Stayton at home on Tuesday, April 25, and two days later they played at home against the Madras White Buffs. Jude Parzybok was the lone Outlaw to win both his matches this past week. On Tuesday... — Updated 5/2/2023 Full story


Lady Outlaws split tennis matches

The Sisters Outlaws girls tennis squad started their week with a 5-3 win at home over North Marion on Tuesday, April 18, and three days later fell 2-6 to Redmond. The Outlaws fought off the cold and notched a dominant win over the Lady... — Updated 4/25/2023 Full story


Letters to the Editor 4/26/2023

STA speaking up on Green Ridge To the Editor: The relationship between wildfires in the West and responsible forest management is a highly debated topic, and one that’s been written about extensively. For Sisters Trails Alliance, the... — Updated 4/25/2023 Full story


Boys tennis posts individual wins

The boys tennis squad lost their matches against Summit and Crook County last week, but did record some individual wins. Dominic Pulver was the lone Outlaw winner at Summit on Monday, April 10. Pulver was composed throughout his match and... — Updated 4/18/2023 Full story


Lady Outlaws suffer conference loss

The Outlaws started their week with a 3-5 loss at home against Summit on Monday, April 10, and three days later dropped their first conference match of the season; a 3-5 loss to Crook County. In Sisters’ matchup against Summit on Monday,... — Updated 4/18/2023 Full story


Letters to the Editor 4/19/2023

Wolves in Sisters Country To the Editor: I would like to add some commentary to the Are more wolves roaming Sisters? article in the April 5 edition of The Nugget. I can say 100 percent without a doubt that there is a large pack of wolves roa... — Updated 4/18/2023 Full story


Lady Outlaws undefeated in league tennis play

The girls tennis squad posted two more wins on the tennis courts last week, which put them at 3-0 in league play and 5-1 overall. On Monday, April 3, Sisters earned a 6-2 win at The Dalles and three days later tallied a 7-1 victory at home... — Updated 4/11/2023 Full story


Outlaws tennis continues to improve

The Outlaws boys tennis squad started their week at home on Monday, April 3 against The Dalles — under cold and windy and sometimes snowy conditions — and came away with a 1-7 loss. Three days later the Outlaws traveled to Madras, where... — Updated 4/11/2023 Full story


Sisters salutes...

• Sisters Habitat for Humanity wrote: Thank you to the following companies and individuals who helped make Sisters Habitat for Humanity’s “Rock-the-Block” event such a big... Full story


Local pickleballers shine at Margaritaville tourney

Central Oregon players excelled at the 2021 Margaritaville USA Pickleball National Championships held December 6-14 at the famed Indian Wells Tennis Garden. The 25 tennis courts are... Full story


Fair encourages futuristic thinking

The Sisters High School commons buzzed with excitement on Saturday during the eighth-annual Sisters Science Fair. Students from all three Sisters schools showed off their educational... Full story


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