• SHE Project raises funds for victims of domestic violence
    SHE Project raises funds for victims of domestic violence
    The SHE Project, 52 pieces of art for sale, returns this month to the art wall at Good Day Café in Sisters to raise funds for Saving Grace, a Central Oregon organization that provides services for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. 
  • Sisters Dance Academy Hosts Virtual Show
    Sisters Dance Academy Hosts Virtual Show
    The Sisters Dance Academy (SDA) has had its fair share of difficulties while coping with state-mandated shutdowns during COVID-19. The first shutdown the dance academy faced was in March when the concerns over the spread of COVID-19 were growing rapidly. The studio quickly made adjustments to be able to host their classes online to try to preserve their students and program.
  • OAS opens registration for winter sports
    OAS opens registration for winter sports
    Registration is now open for winter sports at Bend-based nonprofit organization, Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS). Offering individually tailored lessons for each athlete, OAS has winter-sports programs at Mt. Bachelor, Hoodoo and throughout Central Oregon.
  • A career in raptor rescue
    A career in raptor rescue
    Rescuing an injured raptor is best left to the professionals. Large birds of prey like golden or bald eagles with wingspans sometimes close to eight feet, require expert handling and a licensed rehabilitator. In Sisters, for the past 20 years, Wild Wings Raptor Rehabilitation was the place to call when a raptor needed help.
  • STARS provides essential service
    STARS provides essential service
    “The service offered by STARS means we can continue to live in Sisters,” Joann Powers told The Nugget.
  • And ‘snow it begins’ for active winter
    And ‘snow it begins’ for active winter
    Thanksgiving day is the unofficial start of the snowmobile season. This fourth Thursday of the month, the caravan from points east snakes through downtown before light breaks and heads out Three Creek Road the 11 miles to the Upper Sno-Park. By 6:15 a.m. there are already 13 rigs being unloaded. Within an hour, some 50 are packed up in the plowed lot. The later arrivals I am told needed a thermos refill at Dutch Bros, who strained to keep up with orders.
    
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  • Retiring mayor assesses Sisters
    When Mayor Chuck Ryan took office, the City was just beginning to pull out of a very unsettled time for City government. In a fairly short period of time, the City had had three city managers, and hit
  • St. Charles boosts C4C Latino outreach
    Citizens4Community (C4C) has received a $5,000 grant from the St. Charles Health System, helping the nonprofit organization to better connect with their Latino neighbors in Sisters Country. Grant fund
  • As we welcome 2021, it is important to remember the simple things to be thankful for in life. Even one of the essential components of both our physical health and economic livelihood can sometimes be
  • All students in the Sisters School District are scheduled to return to some level of in-person learning by February 1, according to a communication sent out January 6 by superintendent Curt Scholl. Si
  • Three positions on the Sisters School District board of directors will be up for election on the May 18 ballot. Positions 1, 2, and 5 will be elected for four-year terms. Position 1 is currently held
  • What do we say to our kids in the wake of the events of January 6, 2021? I ask this question knowing many of us feel what we witnessed was unbelievable, incomprehensible, and inexcusable. No matter ou
  • After more than a decade of false starts, broadband internet service is coming to Camp Sherman via Sureline Broadband in Madras. Local realtor and Camp Sherman native Shane Lundgren has been heading u
  • Since the reimposition of business closures and restrictions due to a surge in COVID-19 cases in November, a groundswell of resistance has developed among business owners, local politicians and activi
  • The recession accompanying the current COVID-19 pandemic here in Central Oregon is unusual in a number of ways, according to Damon Runberg, regional economist for the Oregon Employment Department. Run
  • SHE Project raises funds for victims of domestic violence
    The SHE Project, 52 pieces of art for sale, returns this month to the art wall at Good Day Café in Sisters to raise funds for Saving Grace, a Central Oregon organization that provides services
  • Sisters artist creates ‘Pandemic Portraits’
    When the world went into lockdown in mid-March 2020, people — when they did venture out of their homes — could be seen wearing masks of various kinds. The masks caught the eye of Sisters a
  • Doc Ryan serves up new music
    For Central Oregon guitarist-singer-songwriter and orthopedic surgeon Michael “Doc” Ryan, it’s American Roots music, pure and simple. Ryan has a passion for playing that “alte
  • David Poole wrote: I would like to thank Three Sisters Backcountry, and especially their employee, Johan. On December 19, 2020, I was out in the Three Creeks area with my son, who was scouting for his
  • Sisters rider shines in rodeo competition
    Adriene Steffen has added to her collection of rodeo trophies with a Reserve Champion finish in pole bending at the Junior World Championships Rodeo held December 7-12 in Fort Worth, Texas. The 15-yea
  • People are flocking to the mountains this winter, filling up sno-parks, ski areas, and other recreation sites on national forest lands. While winter is a great time to explore public lands, forest of
  • Because the number of COVID-19 cases in the community continues to be high, St. Charles Health System will no longer allow hospitalized COVID-19-positive patients to receive visitors under most circum
  • The school counselors in the Sisters School District have continued focusing on the social/emotional well-being of students during the pandemic as well as in response to the loss of three local teenag
  • As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the region and across the state, Deschutes County Health Services reports that case investigation and contact-tracing teams are currently not able to contact all
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