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home : business February 21, 2019


Suttle Lodge is a Sisters getaway
People all across the Pacific Northwest think of The Suttle Lodge as a summertime place, a place of family vacations at the lake, of canoes and kayaks and waterskis, of hikes along the trail and old-fashioned dinners at The Boathouse.

And it is all of these things.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019
The Good Day Café opens in Sisters
The Good Day Café adjacent to Bedouin, at 143 E. Hood Ave. in Sisters, is open for business. Last May, when Harmony Thomas bought the adjacent women's boutique called Bedouin from Janet Brockway, it presented an opportunity for her husband Brian to return to his roots as a chef. The café is now open for light breakfasts and lunch five days a week, Tuesdays through Saturdays.
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Sisters business opts out of Big Data with no regrets
The new owner of a venerable Sisters retail establishment has joined a hot new trend. Is it a brilliant new technology, disrupting the bookselling business?

On the contrary. Lane Jacobson, owner of Paulina Springs Books since November 1, used the good old-fashioned medium of the email newsletter to announce:

"Given the recent and continuing revelations about Facebook's misuse of and seeming disregard for the privacy of its users and their data, I have elected to halt any further Paulina Springs Books activity on Facebook and Instagram (owned by Facebook). We take the privacy of our customers very seriously, and we expect the same from organizations we partner with and platforms that we use."

Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Step & Spine to open clinic at Eagle Crest
From a start in a 200-square-foot storage room at Cascade Fitness, Step & Spine Physical Therapy has grown to include a flagship clinic in Sisters, a large facility in Redmond, and a clinic in Bend. Now, the Sisters-based physical therapy clinic is set to open a facility at 7555 Falcon Crest Dr. in Eagle Crest resort between Sisters and Redmond.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Therapeutic Associates marks 25 years in Sisters
When Therapeutic Associates opened its doors in Sisters a quarter-century ago, Sisters was a smaller, quieter place.

The practice was located in a house on Adams Avenue that now is home to a daycare facility.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019
More development on drawing board in Sisters
The remaining undeveloped 7.48 acres in the Three Winds Shopping Center - behind Bi-Mart, Takoda's, and Dairy Queen - are currently in the design phase for a master plan that would include commercial and multi-family lots along with a single formula food lot.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Laird Superfood is growing in Sisters and across nation
Laird Superfood has announced a major investor and significant expansion in Sisters.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Kiwanis grant recipient reports back
Last year Sisters Kiwanis awarded a career opportunity grant to Lori-Jean Pruitt. She used the funds to attend a tattoo school in Salem where she learned the art of cosmetic tattooing.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Cascade Laser Tag gives Sisters a thrill
Running through a black-lit, fogged-up arena, players fire infrared beams across the room. The players wear colored vests and aim for sensors in order to "tag" their opponent. It's happening now in the shopping plaza near Bi-Mart.
Monday, December 24, 2018
Shuler's Pizza opens in Sisters
Shuler's Pizza, newly opened in the former Papandrea's building, is bringing a fondly remembered past into the future.
Monday, December 24, 2018
Wonderly passes the brush for business
Wonderly Painting in Sisters is changing hands at the start of the year. Tim Wonderly started his own painting business in November of 2005 and has been working in and around the community of Sisters since then.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Beasley to head Chamber board
Nick Beasley of Cascade Street Distillery is the incoming president of the Sisters Chamber of Commerce Board for 2019. He is representative of the younger generation beginning to influence the future of Sisters.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
More housing on the horizon
Many conversations around town these days sooner or later lead to the subject of growth in Sisters.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Sisters business poised for major expansion
The infusion of $32 million of private investment capital in Laird Superfood, which currently employs 70 people, could change the economy in Sisters over the next five years and beyond.
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
New apartment project underway in Sisters
Twenty-two new two-bedroom, two-bath, market-rate apartments called Cowboy Court are under construction at 154 W. Adams Ave. in Sisters, in between the existing Mountain High Apartments and the Sisters Art Works building.
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Hoodoo Ski Area to open 2018-19 season this Friday
Hoodoo Ski Area will open its slopes for the 2018-19 season this Friday, December 7. The Manzanita, Ed, and Easy Rider lifts will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday with limited grooming but plenty of surface powder for skiing and riding.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Shopping local works for Sisters folks
Let's face it, Christmas shopping can be a pain. Fighting traffic, looking for parking - it's enough to drive a person online.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Tour reveals senior living facility
The place to be last Sunday afternoon in Sisters was on the Hard Hat Tour at The Lodge in Sisters. More than 400 people came through the doors to tour the senior living facility currently under construction next to the post office.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
The people behind The Nugget...
When Leith Easterling started with The Nugget in 1991, the newspaper industry was on the cusp of revolutionary change.

As the third member of a tiny, three-person staff, along with then-owners Kiki and Erik Dolson, Easterling wore a variety of hats: She sold ads, designed and produced the ads, and pasted the paper up - with actual wax on paper. It was labor-intensive work.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Sisters FBLA is off to a good start
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a national student-based organization that is designed to promote the American free-enterprise system.
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