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home : editorial July 15, 2018

Tariffs threaten newspapers
Tariffs on newsprint are threatening the existence of community newspapers across the country. Thanks to the support of the Sisters community and our advertisers, The Nugget remains a healthy and vibrant publication - but we're not sheltered from national trends.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
The Last Resort
"The small community of Camp Sherman located on the slopes of the Cascades in Central Oregon, is experiencing growth pains. Once the site of a handful of homesteads, the U.S. Forest Service estimates approximately 250,000 visitors to the Camp Sherman Store each year, with more than 200,000 vehicles going to and from Camp Sherman annually and an average daily count of more than 1,000 vehicles during the summer season."

That's from a report by Eric Belden in the July 2 edition of The Nugget... from 1980.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Approve SPRD local option
Sisters voters should support the Sisters Park & Recreation District local option levy, Measure 9-120.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Local option sustains Sisters schools
In a national climate that is ever more divided and divisive, where more and more people feel completely disconnected from the institutions that purport to serve them, it's nice to be able to make a decision that makes sense regardless of where you stand along the cultural/political divide, a decision whose positive results can be seen every day in classrooms right here in Sisters.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Editorial - Release the Gorayeb report
The Sisters City Council must follow the order of Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel and release the report on the investigation into the conduct of now-former city manager Andrew Gorayeb. The council's concern for the confidentiality of statements made by employees is understandable and laudable. That concern does not, however, outweigh the public interest in understanding how it came to pass that the city manager resigned in the wake of an investigation that reportedly did not substantiate complaints of bullying and harassment.
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