• Schools focus on honor for veterans
    Schools focus on honor for veterans
    On the Friday before the holiday weekend, veterans were honored at an assembly presented by Sisters Elementary School (SES). The respectful, educational, and emotionally moving assembly was professional in its presentation and sincere in its gratitude.
  • Outlaws runners take first District title
    Outlaws runners take first District title
    After a number of close calls this season, the Outlaws boys cross-country team finally got the best of the Philomath Warriors as the two teams battled hammer and tongs at the Oregon West District Cross-Country Championships held on Saturday, November 2 at Stayton. 
  • “The Knot Rider” rides again
    “The Knot Rider” rides again
    A dozen or so years ago, renowned Sisters artist Paul Alan Bennett applied brush to board and created a whimsical piece called “The Knot Rider.”

    Bennett told The Nugget the story of how the idea for the painting came to him.
  • Enjoy Central Oregon’s wildlife safely
    Enjoy Central Oregon’s wildlife safely
    Central Oregon is full of wonderful wilderness areas and has some of the most spectacular hiking areas in the country.
  • Iconic family business wins honors
    Iconic family business wins honors
    Taking on a thriving family business and pushing it into new territory might sound like a dream job — but it can be extremely challenging.
  • Local authors shine at Festival of Books
    Local authors shine at Festival of Books
    Authors from the local community got their moment in the spotlight in the inaugural Sisters Festival of Books this past weekend. Local authors kicked off the weekend with a reception at FivePine Lodge on Friday evening.
    
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  • Western author brings Fireside Stories
    As the long winter nights set in, it is time again for the popular Fireside Stories Evenings sponsored by Three Sisters Historical Society, beginning Wednesday, November 20, with the return of award-w
  • Artist in residence offers free talk
    Anna Ialeggio, who is the current Artist in Residence at Pine Meadow Ranch, will give a free talk and invite conversation about her process and her art on Thursday, November 21, at 5:30 p.m. at Studio
  • Author to explore life decision at event
    Should a person become a parent? More specifically, should a woman become a mom? Such questions weren’t always asked in earlier generations; people simply had kids. No longer taken for granted,
  • Prichard is National Merit Semi-Finalist
    Sisters High School (SHS) senior Toma Prichard has been named a National Merit Semi-Finalist by the National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSC), in conjunction with the College Board. Prichard is among
  • Climate change talk 
on tap at The Belfry
    Earth’s climate has changed in the past, and it will continue to change in the future. Some of these changes occurred slowly over long periods of time, but other changes happened over relatively
  • Schools focus on honor for veterans
    On the Friday before the holiday weekend, veterans were honored at an assembly presented by Sisters Elementary School (SES). The respectful, educational, and emotionally moving assembly was profession
  • Legislators tour Habitat projects
    Salem came to Sisters last week with a visit from Representatives Cheri Helt and Jack Zika who came to see two Habitat for Humanity projects, Village Meadows South and ClearPine. The legislators were
  • Laird Superfood awarded for excellence
    Local up-and-comer Laird Superfood received an Award of Excellence in Economic Development at the annual convention of the Oregon Economic Development Association (ODEA) in Salem, October 27. Paul Hod
  • Iconic family business wins honors
    Taking on a thriving family business and pushing it into new territory might sound like a dream job — but it can be extremely challenging. Justin, Jesse and Jared Durham of Sisters Coffee Co. ha
  • High school presents ‘Freaky Friday’ next week
    The Sisters High School music and fine arts departments will present the musical rendition of “Freaky Friday,” set for performances November 14-17 at the Sisters High School auditorium. A
  • Most of the year, the 1,000 square miles of the Black Rock Desert in northwest Nevada sit isolated, occupied by wildlife that has adapted to thrive in the harsh environment. Two nearby towns, Empire a
  • Artist Sandy Dutko explores, experiments
     Sandy Dutko doesn’t know a time in her life without art. “I knew I liked it when I was in kindergarten, and my teacher said I had artistic talent,” she said. “I was the o
  • Sisters’ 2019 Outlaws football squad outperformed their 2-5 record, and the numerous all-league selections indicate the respect they earned from the teams they faced. The scoring defense tied f
  • The Lady Outlaws pulled it together after a tough first-round loss against Philomath, and won their next two matches for a fourth-place finish in state playoffs. The state tournament was held on Frida
  • Two Outlaws are state champions
    The OSAA Cross Country State Championships turned out to be historic for Sisters High School runners Ella Thorsett and John Peckham — and for the boys’ team. Before the day was done the O
  • When you hear the term “healthcare” what comes to mind? Does the term mean services provided by doctors and dentists, medical response by the fire department, air ambulance service, hospi
  • Gary was heading south for his monthly visit to his mother in Sacramento. When Gary leaves, I’m alone. He’s my best friend and protector. We’ve lived in the same house for 25 years.
  • Aude Gire brings fresh food and education to Sisters Country
    “I firmly believe that access to fresh foods and vegetables should be a basic human right,” said Aude Gire, education coordinator for Seed to Table farm. “It’s disappointing th
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Start Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Sisters Park & Recreation District
1750 W. McKinney Butte
Sisters
End Time: 4:00 PM
Phone: 541-549-2091
Website: http://sistersrecreation.com
SAGE meets weekdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Start Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church
386 N. Fir St.
Sisters
End Time: 1:00 PM
Phone: 541-549-8737 or 541-549-1527
Meetings are held every Monday.
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Start Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church
386 N. Fir St.
Sisters
End Time: 12:00 AM
Phone: 541-548-0440
Meetings are held every Monday at this location.
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Start Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Sisters Community Church
1300 W. McKenzie Hwy.
Sisters
End Time: 8:30 AM
Phone: 541-771-2211
This fishing group is for both bait fishers and fly fishers, and men, women, and children of all ages. All are invited to come the third Monday of each month for interesting speakers, instruction, raffles and outings.
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