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home : current news January 16, 2018


New Sisters Ranger to speak at STA forum
The Sisters Trails Alliance (STA) is off to a quick start in 2018 with their first public speaking presentation of the new year on Thursday, January 18.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
A glimpse of Sisters' past
Did you know...

The blue building located at 101 E. Cascade Ave., which currently houses Drawstrings of Malibu clothing store, is officially known as the Aitken Building and designated as an historic building. At other times it was home to Sisters Olive and Nut Company and The Palace Hotel.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Judge rules in favor of City in lawsuit
A federal judge has ruled in favor of the City of Sisters and several current and former City officials in a lawsuit stemming from a business dispute that roiled the City in 2012-13.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Protecting public trees in Sisters
Cutting down trees in Sisters is a big deal - even when all the appropriate rules and regulations are observed. When they're not - when someone prunes or cuts down a tree that's on public property without permission, it's illegal.

Sisters Development Code states that: "Written authorization by the Community Development Director or designee is required for the removal, major pruning, or planting of public trees or the attachment of seasonal holiday lights to public trees."

Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Two arrested in gas drive-off in Sisters
Two Portland men are facing a range of charges stemming from an incident on Wednesday afternoon in which they attempted to leave a Sisters gas station without paying.

According to a Deschutes County Sheriff's Office report, Victor White, 33, and Coltin R. Johnson, 26, had partially paid for fuel, then left the Space Age Gas station on Cascade Avenue. A fuel attendant attempting to stop the driver was struck and injured by the suspects' Kia Soul as it left the scene.

Thursday, January 4, 2018
Cowboy finds a more peaceable way with horses
It was hard to watch. Even to a novice, it was clear that the mare was in deep distress. Clouds of dust rising, she paced at the back of the corral, head flying high. In her eyes, humans were the monsters at the gate.
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Local teen receives new-old gift
Two years ago, on the Christmas of 2015, local resident and Sisters High School student Ethan Tolle opened a gift many teenagers would appreciate. Inside was a famous action camera, used by amateurs and professionals alike - a GoPro Hero 4.
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
New historical society forms
The Three Sisters Historical Society was birthed when five local Sisters women discovered their shared interest in the history of Sisters and they have been working for the past eight months to get it established.
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Sisters recycling center hit with illegal dumping
Sisters Recycling Center is heavily used - especially right now when folks are hauling holiday packaging out of the house. Not all of that use is beneficial.

The City of Sisters Public Works Department, which maintains the site in the industrial park, reports an increase in inappropriate recycling and illegal dumping.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Girls basketball falls to Culver
The girls basketball squad fell 28-22 at home against Culver on Tuesday, December 19.
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
Driver extricated from three-car wreck
Cloverdale and Sisters firefighters were involved in their weekly training exercises on Monday, December 18, at 7 p.m., when they were called out to respond to a three-car wreck on Highway 20 at Plainview Road.
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
Sheriff's office seeks ATM theft suspect
The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office is seeking anyone with information, or that can assist in identifying the suspect in an attempted theft from an ATM in early December.
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
Sisters crash sends man to jail
A California man is in jail and a Sisters woman was taken to the hospital after a motor-vehicle crash on Locust Street early Wednesday morning, December 20.
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
Community supports shelter
In the spirit of the season, members of the community stepped up last Thursday night in support of the Sisters Cold Weather Shelter, donating a total of $6,350 at an evening of music held at Cork Cellars.
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
Highway 22 reopened Thursday night
Highway 22 west of Sisters is back open in the Santiam Canyon following nearly a week of clean-up and repairs to the road after a tanker carrying over 11,000 gallons of gasoline crashed Friday night, December 15.
Thursday, December 21, 2017
Highway 22 expected to reopen Friday
ODOT spokesman Peter Murphy told The Nugget this afternoon that the agency expects the Highway 22 route into the Willamette Valley to reopen in the next 24 hours. The highway has been closed between milepost 55 at the east end of Idanha to the Santiam Junction where Highway 22 and Highway 20 intersect due to damage caused by a fuel spill from a tanker trailer crash late Friday night, December 15, at milepost 63.

"Most of the environmental clean up has been completed," an ODOT statement reported. "Crews now must grind away the old pavement, pave it over and install new guardrail before the road can be opened to travelers. Crews have been working in difficult conditions the past several days to get the road open in time for the Christmas holidays."

Further updates are expected Friday morning.

Thursday, December 21, 2017
Sisters crash sends man to jail
A California man is in jail and a Sisters woman was taken to the hospital after a motor vehicle crash on Locust Street early Wednesday morning.

According to Deschutes County Sheriff's Office Lieutenant Mike Biondi, 25-year-old Breanna McClung of Sisters was delivering newspapers in a Ford Explorer at about 05:06 a.m. and was stopped on the southbound shoulder of S. Locust St., dispensing papers when she saw a Subaru headed south on Locust at a high rate of speed.

The Subaru struck McClung's vehicle head-on with enough force to push it backwards over 30 feet on the snow-covered roadway, Biondi reported.

McClung was transported to St. Charles Medical Center-Redmond with non-life threatening injuries.

Responding deputies arrested 55-year-old Timothy Yett of Yosemite, California, on charges of third-degree assault; driving under the influence of intoxicants; and reckless driving.

He was transported to jail with a bail set at $20,000.

Sisters Fire District personnel responded to the crash, which blocked the southbound lane of Locust Street.


Thursday, December 21, 2017
Icy fog is an occasional visitor
It's a fact of nature that the ability of air to contain, or "hold," water in the gaseous state is dependent upon temperature. When the atmosphere is cooled, that capacity is reduced. Air is said to be saturated when it can't "carry" any more water vapor. This is the process by which clouds are born.
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
SPRD to seek local option funding
Sisters Parks & Recreation District (SPRD) will seek a new local option tax levy to augment its funding.
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Sisters holds wreath ceremony
At 9 a.m. PST on Saturday, December 16, observances commenced at some 1,300 sites across the United States, honoring the lives of military veterans who are now departed. From Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia to Camp Polk Cemetery in Sisters, volunteers laid wreaths on the graves of military veterans and offered up a salute of remembrance during the holiday season.
Tuesday, December 19, 2017















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