The extraordinary people that make Sisters great...
|Photo by Lynn Woodward
revels in the joy of color
Jean and Valori Wells each have made a significant mark in the world of fabric arts.
Engineers find a home
a business hub in Sisters
Benny and Julie Benson were searching for a better way of life when they left California in 2006. They found it amid the tall pine trees and towering mountains of Sisters Country.
Neurologist finds purpose
inspiring love of science
Bob Collins co-founded the Sisters Science Club, which in just one year has elevated science education for both youth and adults in Sisters – and provided a whole lot of fun along the way.
Sisters reveals the
Behind the Quilts calendar
If (nearly) nekkid men wrapped in quilts sounds like something you just have to have on your wall, you're in luck in 2012-13.
Sisters man follows passion
for helping wildlife
Gary Landers specializes in the rehabilitation of injured or orphaned raptors. Raptor is a general term that includes all the various species of eagles, hawks, owls, falcons, vultures and osprey.
The pioneer spirit of the
We journey here for the breathtaking sight of sunrise turning the Three Sisters a vivid rose, for the sound of the wind soughing through the swaying tops of towering ponderosa pines. For the soul-soothing rhythms of the Metolius River and the sound of bird cry in the spring.
Eli Pyke took the long road
back to Sisters
The filmmaker traveled from Montana to Maine, Spain to Morocco, down rivers and over waterfalls to arrive back in his home town where he is bringing his dreams to life with his company, Zion Pictures.
Durham family builds success with Sisters Coffee Co.
Hard times often breed success stories, where faith, hard work, and a good idea triumph. Such is the story of the Durham family of Sisters.