Evan Kalik builds private sanctuary for felines in need

Evan Kalik builds private sanctuary for felines in need

Riley, a domestic black-and-white tuxedo cat, sprawls his massive body across the kitchen table...

Sleighbells swansong: Is the business closing for the winter or for good?

Sleighbells swansong: Is the business closing for the winter or for good?

Gift shop portion of the business first opened in 1978 It looks like Sleighbells, the iconic gift...

Watchdogs to the rescue

Watchdogs to the rescue

Couple saves animals that otherwise would die The old dog was spotted wandering the streets of...

Historical fiction tells tale of Swedish teen hoping to own railroad in early West

Historical fiction tells tale of Swedish teen hoping to own railroad in early West

It’s a long road from administering driving tests to first-time motorists for the California...

Mudpuddles distributes $1,727 to local schools

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Photo Credit: GAZETTE PHOTO: RAY PITZ - The Sherwood Center for the Arts opens Saturday. First play performance is 'Mary Poppins' set for March 5, 6 and 7. It repeats on aMarcfh 12, 13 and 14.
February 25, 2015

Sherwood Center for the Arts gears up for debut of live shows

by Ray Pitz
The opening of the Sherwood Center for the Arts on Feb. 28 will christen the new theater space and stage with a variety of performances by local groups and musicians. An open house is planned…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Sherwood's Sentinel Storage Annex in Sherwood was recently named the 2014 Facility of the Year winner in the specialty storage category by Mini-Storage Messenger, an national industry newsmagazine.
February 24, 2015

Sherwood Business Briefs

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Sentinel Storage gets national award, Growler House celebrates first year, Spaghetti Factory to create 100 jobs Sentinel Storage gets national award Sherwood’s Sentinel Storage Annex in Sherwood…
February 24, 2015

Two Sherwood students head to regional spelling bee

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Two Sherwood-area students are among those who won their school spelling bees to qualify them to enter the 12th annual Portland Tribune/Comcast Regional Spelling Bee. Maria Grant, a student at…
February 18, 2015

Volunteers needed for two tree-planting events

by Ray Pitz
The events are set for Woodhaven Park and the wildlife refuge Friends of Trees will be in Sherwood for two tree planting events in February. The non-profit organization works with over 4,000…
Photo Credit: SHERWOOD GAZETTE: RAY PITZ  - Rob Martin, foreground, holds an AED device similar to the one that saved his life. Those who were there that day to help include, from left, Sgt. Officer Sean Perry, Andre Meyer, Officer Colin Drummond and Sgt. Jon Carlson.
December 30, 2014

Quick action saves life of tennis player

by Ray Pitz
Rob Martin remembers very little about Aug. 3, the day he went to play tennis at the Laurel Ridge Middle School courts and effectively dropped dead. What the 50-year-old Sherwood resident does…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO  - The Sherwood Arrows Dance Team will host an upcoming clinic designed for young people where students will learn dance technique as well as two routines.
December 30, 2014

Annual Arrows dance clinic set

by Ray Pitz
The Sherwood Arrows’ annual Kids Dance Clinic is set for Jan. 3, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sherwood High School gym, 16956 S.W. Meinecke Road. Check in will be at 9:15 a.m. Cost of the…

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