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home : business July 23, 2018


The people behind The Nugget... Charlie Kanzig
Charlie Kanzig has been running and writing for most of his life - and for the past 22 years, he's been combining the two as a freelance writer and reporter with The Nugget.
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Three Creeks Brewing Co. to celebrate a decade of beer
When your signature product is beer, you should know how to throw a party. That's just what Three Creeks Brewing Co. is doing this weekend, inviting the whole Sisters community to join in a celebration of the brewer's first decade in Sisters.
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Laird Superfood making a big splash
So what does a world-renowned surfer have to do with economic impact in Sisters, Oregon? The answer to that became more public as professional surfer Laird Hamilton's company, Laird Superfood, cut the ribbon on their new facility in the Sisters Industrial Park on Monday, July 16, at a ceremony attended by civic and company leaders, as well as employees, citizens, and economic development strategists.
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Ski lodge renovation gets $20,000 grant
SISTERS (AP) - A couple hoping to restore a dilapidated ski lodge west of Sisters in Central Oregon has received a $20,000 state grant to launch the effort.

The Bulletin reports in a story on Friday that Friends of Santiam Pass Ski Lodge received the grant from the State Historic Preservation Office.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Gypsy Wind clothing opens in Sisters
Since 2008, Janet Kronemeyer, a native Oregonian, has enjoyed owning a retail clothing store that originated in Cottage Grove. But when the travel bug hit her, she and her husband, Tony, moved to Kona, Hawaii, and opened a new shop there.

They had no clue at the time that they would pack up the clothing store several times - like gypsies in the wind - before settling down in Sisters.

"We live up to the name 'Gypsy Wind Clothing,' since we've had stores in Hawaii, Mexico, Arizona and Oregon," Kronemeyer said.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
The people behind The Nugget... Craig Rullman
Craig Rullman has a varied curriculum vitae: buckaroo in the Nevada Outback, United States Marine, and law enforcement officer. Through it all, though, he's always been a writer.
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Cordoni takes the reins at Cascade Sotheby's
Patty Cordoni is the new branch manager and principal broker at Cascade Sotheby's International Realty in Sisters.
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Transient merchant regulations arise again
Issues swirling around permits for transient merchants in the downtown area ate up a lot of time and aroused considerable ire and controversy in Sisters before apparently being put to bed late in 2015.

They're back.

Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Sisters showcases golf on world stage
Golfers from all around the Pacific Northwest turn out each year to play in the Oregon Open at Aspen Lakes. This year, that showcase event was followed by an influx of international golfers who played at both Aspen Lakes and Black Butte Ranch during the International Association of Golf Tour Operators convention, which was held this year at Sunriver Resort.
Tuesday, July 3, 2018
The people behind The Nugget...Rongi Yost
High school sports are integral to the fabric of any small town - and the Sisters Outlaws are definitely woven deeply into the Sisters community. And for the past 16 years, those sports programs have been the beat of Rongi Yost.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Sun FireDefense protects homes from fire
Jim Moseley is passionate about saving peoples' homes from wildfire. Based in the Los Angeles area, he's seen the devastation wrought by conflagrations such as the Thomas fire, which destroyed hundreds of homes in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
100 years of a country store
Walking into the Camp Sherman store, a local greets proprietor Roger White with, "How are you, Mr. Mayor?"
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Sisters continues to wrestle with short-term rentals
There was obvious frustration in the room last Thursday when the Sisters Planning Commission again discussed short-term rentals, after having already passed on their recommendation to the City Council.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
The people behind The Nugget... Inserting crew
Every Tuesday night, a hardworking crew unloads some 7,500 newspapers from a Ford van, stack the bundles in the lobby at The Nugget, and get to work.

They are the inserting crew - the people who put the Ray's Food Place and Bi-Mart and other inserts into the papers readers receive in their mailbox or pick up around town on Wednesday.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Council considers construction excise tax
Sisters is looking at a tax to facilitate more affordable housing.

At the request of the Sisters City Council, the City staff has been researching possible implementation of a construction excise tax (CET) to help raise money to encourage and enable construction of both middle- and low-income housing.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Noise restrictions rock Sisters business
Will the adoption of an amended and restated noise ordinance cause a local business to sell and move elsewhere?




Tuesday, June 19, 2018
The people behind The Nugget... Katy Yoder
Katy Yoder has always been a writer. Now The Nugget freelancer is committed to making writing her life and career.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Drugstore in new digs
Some businesses come and go in Sisters, but one long-time fixture, Sisters Drug, has simply moved.
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Sisters business roundup
• Janit Brockway has passed the torch to Harmony Thomas, the new proprietor of Bedouin.
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Local man wins California barbecue competition
Trails End BBQ Company proprietor Carl Perry of Sisters used his barbecue skills in the San Juan Bautista Rib Cook-off and won first place in both ribs and sauce.

The well-established event highlighted professional rib teams from California, Oregon and Nevada that served over 8,000 pounds of ribs dripping in secret sauces during the cook-off promoted by Williams LTD.

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