|It could have been worse...
...bad judgement bent the car, not the boy.
Repairs will run past school
Extra work on the Sisters High School repairs has pushed the
completion date back to September 19, according to Sisters School District
facilities manager Bob Martin.
Local hikers watch glacier fall
Two local hikers
saw a big chunk of glacier break away and fall into a lake on Broken Top
earlier this month.
School district to tighten visitors'
Visitors to Sisters
schools won't have direct access to students and will have to sign in
with administrators under a new policy under consideration by the Sisters
Drivers are lucky in Highway
Two drivers escaped
serious injury in separate wrecks on a quarter-mile stretch of Highway
20 east of Sisters on Monday, August 20.
Fire danger leads to forest
danger in Central Oregon has prompted fire officials to impose restrictions
on activities in Sisters area forests.
City, library near purchase
The City of Sisters
and the Deschutes County Public Library District have inched nearer to
an agreement on the sale of the Sisters Library site to the library district.
Hole-in-One tourney keeps golfers
Though no golfer
managed to sink a hole-in-one in the money round, the second annual Sisters
Kiwanis Million Dollar Hole-in-One Shootout held at the Aspen Lakes Golf
course last weekend was deemed a complete success.
Worshipers attend tent revival
The 10-acre Durham
Ranch east of Sisters provides the backdrop for Godstock, a tent revival
meeting that, according to organizers, is "looking to lead people to Jesus"
over two weeks of nightly worship.
Drive seeks supplies for school
residents can help school kids start the year fully supplied for class
through the region-wide Tools for Schools donation drive. The drop site
in Sisters is at Les Schwab Taylor Tire Center.