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Salem-News.com (Aug-17-2014 15:31)
Washington Man Takes Own Life after Standoff with Oregon PoliceSalem-News.com Staff
If you or someone you know needs help with suicidal thoughts or is otherwise in an immediate mental health crisis, HELP is available.
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Oregon State Police, with the assistance of Deschutes County Sheriff's Office and Bend Police Department, are investigating the death of an adult male following a standoff Saturday during a stop along Highway 20W between Sisters and Bend.
Salem-News.com (Jul-08-2010 19:49)
Oregon Candidate Esterman Hopes to be State`s Second Independent GovernorTim King Salem-News.com
"I'm a commoner running for Governor and that's my main issue" - Richard Esterman.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
Oregon has a new opportunity, and his name is Richard Esterman. This resident of Sisters, Oregon is running for the office of Governor.
Salem-News.com (Jan-27-2008 16:18)
Sisters Man Arrested for Attempting to Elude PoliceSalem-News.com
The driver was arrested on charges of Felony Attempt to Elude in a Vehicle, Reckless Driving, 3 counts of Recklessly Endangering Another Person and DUII.
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A Sisters-area man was arrested early Sunday morning on multiple charges after police say he tried to elude an Oregon State Police trooper on Highway 20. The man was taken into custody after a Black Butte Ranch police office successfully deployed spike strips.
Salem-News.com (Sep-04-2006 20:11)
Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash Near SistersSalem-News.com
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Aug-21-2006 00:43)
Lake George Fire Near Sisters Now 70 Percent ContainedSalem-News.com
The lightning-caused fire is being managed by Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 3 under a joint delegation from the Deschutes National Forest, Willamette National Forest and Oregon Department of Forestry.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Aug-19-2006 18:00)
Lake George Fire Near Sisters Grows to Over 5,000 AcresSalem-News.com
The lightning-caused fire is being managed by Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 3 under a joint delegation from the Deschutes National Forest, Willamette National Forest and Oregon Department of Forestry.
The Lake George Fire west of Sisters is 20 percent contained and has black end 5,150 acres.
Salem-News.com (Aug-16-2006 10:10)
Lake George Fire Near Sisters Doubles in SizeSalem-News.com
Heavy smoke from the wildfire has worked it way into Sisters and Black Butte, prompting the closure of the McKenzie Highway and prompting DEQ to issue a health advisory on Tuesday.
Winds-fanned Lake George Fire on the Mt. Washington Wilderness Area to 4,250 acres Tuesday and kept firefighters busy, 850 firefighters were even pulled back for safety reasons, but officials still called it "a good day".
Salem-News.com (Aug-14-2006 18:48)
Lake George Fire Near Sisters Grows to Nearly 2,000 Acres MondaySalem-News.com
The fire has forced the closure of the McKenzie Highway.
The Lake George Fire burning 13 miles west of Sisters in the Mt. Washington Wilderness on the Deschutes National Forest, is currently 1,950 acres in size.
Salem-News.com (Aug-04-2006 14:00)
Homes Spared at Black Crater Fire Boost Interface Protection EffortSalem-News.com
Fire officials say residents listened, and their creation of firebreaks saved every threatened home, while promoting the entire fire prevention effort. Good work Sisters!
As the Department of Forestry implements the Oregon Forestland-Urban Interface Fire Protection Act in high fire risk areas of the state, accounts of residents who helped save their homes from the Black Crater Fire by creating fuel breaks are helping promote the prevention effort.
Salem-News.com (Aug-01-2006 17:42)
Citizens and Firefighters Begin Returning Home as Black Crater Conflagration ContainedSalem-News.com
Crews breathe a sigh of relief as a fire that had significantly grown worse over the weekend, came under firefighter control.
Cooler temperatures and a secure fire line contain the Black Crater Conflagration burning southwest of Sisters allowing both the evacuated residents and structural firefighters to return home.