Grand re-opening of Woodhaven Park set for Saturday, April 8

Grand re-opening of Woodhaven Park set for Saturday, April 8

The revamped park now includes a picnic shelter, restroom, a walking trail and more

Council feels backed into a corner as it mulls approval of Brookman Road annexation request

Council feels backed into a corner as it mulls approval of Brookman Road annexation request

Although it goes to a second reading, several Sherwood City Council members have pointed out that...

Town hall on future of YMCA/city contract draws more than 250 people

Town hall on future of YMCA/city contract draws more than 250 people

The meeting was held at the Sherwood Center for the arts

New SHS planning on fast track

New SHS planning on fast track

Sherwood School District to start construction in the summer of 2018 for a fall 2020 opening

Pedestrian signal installed on Langer Farms Parkway

Pedestrian signal installed on Langer Farms Parkway

A solar-powered flashing pedestrian signal and crosswalk have been installed two years after a...

SHS Career Technical Education program has far-reaching impact

SHS Career Technical Education program has far-reaching impact

Speakers and students at the event laud its life-changing impact at annual CTE Night

Planning Commission approves 20 assisted living, 73 independent living units for The Springs

Planning Commission approves 20 assisted living, 73 independent living units for The Springs

The approval is now forwarded to the Sherwood City Council for approval

2017 State of the City: First skate park, new dog park, tributes to vets all on tap

2017 State of the City: First skate park, new dog park, tributes to vets all on tap

Mayor Krisanna Clark delivers her annual State of the City address at Sherwood Center for the...

Having just released his third album, 'Romeo' is hoping for big things

Having just released his third album, 'Romeo' is hoping for big things

The 25-year-old former Sherwood resident has accomplished a lot in a short time.

City pulls plug on possible night sheriff patrol contract

City pulls plug on possible night sheriff patrol contract

The proposal had been put forward in a feasability study released last year but never gained...

City moves forward with proposal requests for YMCA

City moves forward with proposal requests for YMCA

Council approves going out for a request for proposal to see if a parks district or private...

Training burn provides unique opportunity for TVF and R firefighters

Training burn provides unique opportunity for TVF and R firefighters

On Jan. 27, 25 firefighters conducted training exercises at a home on Chapman Road.

SHS football field to be named after Jason Goodding

SHS football field to be named after Jason Goodding

School Board votes Jan. 18 to honor the SHS graduate who was killed a year ago while serving as...

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GAZETTE FILE PHOTO: RAY PITZ - A volunteer with the Marjorie Stewart Senior Center shows off plates of Chinese food served to seniors in February 2016. Meals on Wheels People will cease serving the meals at the end of June. However, the city plans to serve some type of meal on a semi-regular basis. Meanwhile, those who get home meals will continue to get them delivered.
March 23, 2017

 Meals on Wheels People to pull out from Sherwood Senior Center

by Ray Pitz
Still, no seniors will lose meal service and center programs are expected to be added
COURTESY OF ARCHER GLEN ELEMENTARY - (From left) An unidentified Willowbrook Food Pantry volunteer stands with another volunteer, Joan Cairns, and Archer Glen Principal Tim Smith along with some of the students who contributed to the school's most suuccessful food drive ever, with the results stacked up behind them.
March 23, 2017

Archer Glen collects mountain of food

by Barbara Sherman
This year's competitive food drive led to nearly three times the amount collected previously
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Winner Anna-Livia Regan of Southwest Portland charmed the audience and judges with her skills and humor.
March 23, 2017

ACCESS Academy student spells regional bee victory s-u-b-c-u-t-a-n-e-o-u-s

by Lyndsey Hewitt
Edy Ridge Elementary School student Vivian Wheeler is one of the contestants


Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
March 23, 2017

Senate raises legal age of tobacco use, sales to 21

by The Times
Beaverton lawmaker Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward, a physician, is chief sponsor.
COURTESY OF CITY OF SHERWOOD - A monument sits on a flatbed truck after being removed from Old Town Sherwood on Feb. 17
March 23, 2017

Twelve monuments removed from Old Town

by Ray Pitz
Concrete monuments will be recycled, metal artwork will be saved
COURTESY OF THE WHITE HOUSE - President Donald Trump's ramped up policies regarding illegal immigration has focused on Washington County, which was named one of the worst offenders for law enforcement agencies who refuse to cooperate with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents.
March 21, 2017

Washington County has made Trump's 'top ten' list of counties who won't work with ICE

by Peter Wong
Washington County refused more than a half-dozen detainer requests by immigration officials in the week following Donald Trump's increased immigration enforcement.
FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Allen Bower will soon be gearing up for the annual St. Patricks Day celebration at Clancys in Old Town Sherwood.
March 16, 2017

Friday's St. Patrick's Day event at Clancy's promises to be bigger, better than ever

by Ray Pitz
The event, which will run Friday and Saturday, includes blocking off First Street from Pine to Washington streets
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO  - Suzanne Bonamici is set to speak in Sherwood in April 17 at Sherwood High School.
April 13, 2017

Bonamici hosts town hall at SHS April 17

by Ray Pitz
The event is set for 6 p.m. at Sherwood High School
FILE - Kathy McAlpine, center, talks to an attendee at an open house for Tigard police chief candidates in late January. McAlpine was selected from among the six finalists at that event to lead the Tigard Police Department, the city announced Monday.
March 13, 2017

McAlpine named as new police chief in Tigard

by Mark Miller
The assistant chief in Tacoma, Wash., she will become the second active female police chief in Washington County.
March 11, 2017

Suspect sought in Tualatin bank robbery

by The Times
A man took an undisclosed amount of cash from the bank inside the Martinazzi Avenue Fred Meyer.
Sgt. Jason Goodding
March 10, 2017

Seaside police officer honored by Oregon Senate for giving life in line of duty

by Pamplin Media Group
Sens. Floyd Prozanski and Betsy Johnson honor Jason Goodding and three other law enforcement officers for their sacrifice
PHOTO BY DANA HAYNES - An estimated 150 people attended Thursday's town hall at Beaverton High School. Not surprisingly, a large number of them turned out to be educators and students.
March 09, 2017

Lawmakers tackle domestic violence, addiction issues, westside bypass at Beaverton town hall

by Dana Haynes
More revenue was the theme, as an estimated 150 people turn out for town hall.
Lawmakers set Thursday town hall
March 08, 2017

Washington County legislators hold joint budget town hall

by The Times
Event begins at 7 p.m. Thursday at Beaverton High School.
State Rep. Richard Vial
March 08, 2017

Bypass proposal draws little support in Washington County

by Dana Haynes
Rep. Richard Vial breaths new life into a long-sought-after proposal for a new highway west of the metro area.
PHOTO COURTESY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - Crews work to save the life of a Tigard driver Monday night on Scholls-Sherwood Road.
March 07, 2017

Monday crash kills Sherwood woman, injures Tigard man

by The Times
Marlene Macewan, 62, of Sherwood likely slid out of her lane on Scholls-Sherwood Road and struck the other vehicle.
March 07, 2017

Don't forget to Spring Forward - Daylight Saving begins Sunday

by Geoff Pursinger
This Sunday, most of America will jump one hour into the future.
COURTESY OF CHRISTIAN YOUTH THEATER - Performances of 'Willy Wonka JR,' performed by members of the Christian Youth Theater, continue this weekend at the Sherwood Center for the Arts
March 06, 2017

Christian Youth Theater to perform 'Willy Wonka JR.'

by Gazette staff
Performances were held March 3 and 4, and will continue March 10 and 11
REVIEW PHOTO: BRIAN MONIHAN - Hundreds of people descend from Millennium Plaza Park and head for State Street on Saturday as part of a rally called 'Stand for LOve' in Lake Oswego.
March 04, 2017

Hundreds 'Stand for LOve' in downtown Lake Oswego

by Hannah Rank
More than 300 people gather in between bursts of rain and hail to support 'love and justice for all'
REVIEW PHOTO: BRIAN MONIHAN - Police try to keep pro-Trump marchers and counter-protesters separated Saturday after both groups converged on lower Millenium Plaza Park. Despite several confrontations throughout the day, officers only made three arrests.
March 09, 2017

Trump supporters, protesters clash in Lake Oswego

by Anthony Macuk
Dueling rallies remain largely peaceful, despite a handful of confrontations between 'March 4 Trump' participants and counter-protest groups
March 02, 2017

Locals net honors at colleges, universities

by The Times
Several higher-education instutions have released honors and awards given to students from this area.
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - The Madras Maiden, a World War II-era B-17 heavy bomber, lifts off from Hillsboro Airport on Tuesday. The nonprofit Liberty Foundation is offering flights to the public in the iconic airplane this weekend, as a way to spread the history of the bomber and the airmen who served in it.
March 01, 2017

World War II bomber will take to the skies over Washington County this weekend

by Geoff Pursinger
A former Sherwood resident is at the Hillsboro Airport to see off a historic B-17 'Flying Fortress' off
Richard Vial.
March 01, 2017

Rep. Richard Vial puts forward bill that could bring about form of 'Westside Bypass'

by Dana Haynes
Vial and Democratic Rep. Brad Witt introduced House Bill 3231, which would open the door to private expressways and tollways in Oregon.
February 27, 2017

Teacher Lorie Rainey named 2017 Egg Hunt For Hope recipient

by Leslie McCabe
A first-grade teacher in Newberg, Rainey is fighting breast cancer
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JON HOUSE - About 115 people make their way up First Street in Old Town Sherwood Saturday in support of keeping Obamacare.
February 25, 2017

Rally to keep Obamacare draws more than 100 to Sherwood Cannery Square Plaza Saturday

by Ray Pitz
An estimated 115 people held signs and later marched through Old Town Sherwood in support of the Affordable Care Act
COURTESY OF SHERWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT - Jessica Lynn Burgess
April 01, 2017

Police arrest woman believed to have struck hydrant, releasing $520 worth of water

by Ray Pitz
Jessica Lynn Burgess is believed responsible for hitting a hydrant on Century Drive on Feb. 5, releasing almost 3,000 gallons in 30 minutes

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GAZETTE PHOTO: RAY PITZ - Patrick Briggs (along with his wife Maddie) are facilitating this weekend's rally to support the Affordable Care Act set for Cannery Plaza Square in Old Town Sherwood.
Feb 23, 2017

Rally planned Saturday at Cannery Square Plaza in support of…

by Ray Pitz
The rally, set to begin at 11 a.m., is designed as a civilized protest put on by Our Indivisible Revolution Sherwood
More than two dozen local 'March 4 Trump' events, including one in Lake Oswego, are planned in support of a March 4 gathering on the Capital Mall in Washington, D.C.
Feb 22, 2017

Lake Oswego business owner plans 'March 4 Trump'

by Anthony Macuk
Kevin Kerwin's event is part of a nationwide series of pro-Trump rallies scheduled for March 4
SUBMITTED - James Tylka, left, shot and killed his wife, Katelynn, right, on Dec. 25, 2016. On Wednesday, the Washington County District Attorney's office ruled that officers were justified when they shot him 21 times, killing him.
Feb 22, 2017

DA rules officers justified in fatally shooting suspect in…

by Geoff Pursinger
Five officers shot James Tylka 21 times on Christmas night, district attorney's office said.
COURTESY OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION - Bottle deposits in Oregon will double to 10 cents on April 1. Under a bill proposed in the Legislature, even cans for which only a 5-cent deposit was paid can be redeemed for the full 10 cents until Sept. 1, 2018.
Feb 18, 2017

Oregonians could see bottle deposit windfall under bill

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
The state's bottle and can deposit will double to a dime April 1.
PARIS ACHEN/CAPITAL BUREAU - Emily Salisbury, associate professor of criminal justice at University of Nevada Las Vegas and editor of Criminal Justice and Behavior, speaks about women in the criminal justice system at the Oregon Justice Reinvestment Summit at the Salem Convention Center Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017.
Feb 16, 2017

Women's prison focus of state summit, legislative session

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Researcher tells Oregon Justice Reinvestment Summit women offenders should be treated differently in effort to downsize state's prison population.
COURTESY CITY OF SHERWOOD - Here's what Century Drive looked like on Feb. 5 and 6 after a car hit a fire hydrant, releasing an estimated 300,000 gallons of water.
Feb 15, 2017

City offers $3,000 reward to catch person who hit hydrant,…

by Ray Pitz
Police also will grant amnesty from prosecution if the person who caused the incident comes forward
SUBMITTED - Katelynn Armand-Tylka
Feb 14, 2017

New DA's office report describes Christmas Day slaying

by Geoff Pursinger
Washington County prosecutors have released new details in the King City shooting that injured North Plains police officer and left a Beaverton woman dead
COURTESY CITY OF SHERWOOD - Here's what Century Drive looked like on Feb. 5 and 6 after a car hit a fire hydrant, releasing an estimated 300,000 gallons of water.
Feb 09, 2017

Vehicle hits hydrant on Century Drive, sends 300,000 gallons of…

by Ray Pitz
The incident occurred late Sunday night, east of Walmart
COURTESY OF WENDELL CALKINS - Time to capture the soul of Sherwood in photos with the chance for prizes and a prominent place in the 2017/2018 Sherwood Business & Community Resource Guide.
Feb 09, 2017

Time to capture heart and soul of Sherwood in photos

by Gazette staff
Chamber sponsors photo contest focused at Sherwood sights of the city
SUBMITTED PHOTO - A consultant presented the findings of his report on the Sherwood Family YMCA, saying having the city run it could be spendy. Other possible options include having a parks district or private company provide the city with cost estimates to run the facility.
Feb 08, 2017

Consultant says city-run YMCA would be costly, encourages future…

by Ray Pitz
A recreational consultant's $31,000 report says city can get quotes of operations costs from parks districts, private companies as well.
Feb 06, 2017

Washington County Democrats push state to join popular vote…

by Geoff Pursinger
Democratic Party of Washington County says Oregon should change how it votes in the Electoral College.
PARIS ACHEN/PORTLAND TRIBUNE - Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward, D-Beaverton, announces legislation that would raise the legal smoking age to 21, during a news conference Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, at the State Capitol in Salem.
Feb 02, 2017

Lawmakers consider raising legal age to purchase tobacco to 21

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Bill introducing on opening day of the Legislature comes from Beaverton Sen. Steiner Hayward and Sherwood Rep. Richard Vial.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: PARIS ACHEN - Gov. Kate Brown signed an executive order Thursday, Feb. 2, emphasizing the state's opposition to President Trump's immigration restrictions.
Feb 02, 2017

Brown lines up legal ammunition to fight Trump travel…

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Governor urges attorney general's office to sue Trump administration over immigration executive orders.
GAZETTE FILE PHOTO - Possible operators of the YMCA include having the agency continue operating the facility, turn operations over to the city, select a special parks and recreation district to run the center or going to a private operator to provide services.
Feb 01, 2017

Consultant lists four potential operators for YMCA; city would…

by Ray Pitz
A 100-page feasibility report names YMCA, city, private operator or a parks district as likely choices
GAZETTE FILE PHOTO - Last year's Amazing Kids winner for Sherwood was Becky Mifflin.
Feb 01, 2017

Do you know an Amazing Kid?

by Gazette staff
A Sherwood student who is making a difference is sought for annual honor
Feb 01, 2017

City seeks member for Police Advisory Board

by No author
Applications for the Police Advisory Board are being accepted until Jan. 27.
SUBMITTED PHOTO  - Participants piece together a jigsaw puzzle at a prior Sherwood Jigsaw Puzzle Competition, which is set for Feb. 18 at the Sherwood Police Department Community Room.
Jan 31, 2017

Annual jigsaw competition set for Feb. 18

by Ray Pitz
The event, now in its fourth season, attracted almost 70 competitiors last year
Jan 31, 2017

Chief Groth says he will stay in Sherwood

by Ray Pitz
The city of Tigard has pared down its list of six potential police chief candidates to two
TIMES PHOTO: ADAM WICKHAM - Major Tom Worthy of the Oregon State Police, a finalist to be hired as Tigard's police chief, speaks with residents, including Tigard City Councilor John Goodhouse, second from right.
Jan 30, 2017

Finalists for Tigard police chief visit city, meet residents

by Mark Miller
Candidates are all from Oregon, Washington; none from within department.
Jan 30, 2017

Sherwood police clarify their stance on sanctuary cities

by Ray Pitz
The post states that only if a criminal offense or investigation is part of a contact will immigration status be an issue.
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - The CEOs of Nike and Intel, Oregon's largest companies, have spoken out against recent immigration bans by President Donald Trump. The companies both have employees impacted by the immigration freeze.
Jan 30, 2017

Washington County CEOs denounce immigration freeze, refugee ban

by Geoff Pursinger
The heads of Oregon's two largest companies speak out against ban on immigrants from predominantly-Muslim countries
Jan 26, 2017

Firefighters will hold training exercises during training burn…

by Ray Pitz
TVF and R will conduct the exercises on an unoccupied home on Chapman Road, which will eventually result in burning the home to the ground.
Jan 26, 2017

Local schools' graduation rates hold steady

by Dana Haynes
Tigard-Tualatin schools all saw slight improvements, while Beaverton's schools are mixed and Sherwood's likely remained even.
Sandi Miller
Feb 01, 2017

School district hires transportation supervisor

by Gazette staff
Sandi Miller most recently worked for the Eugene School District The Sherwood School District has hired Sandi Miller, who will serve as the District’s Transportation Supervisor. “We are thrilled…