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Sherwood district's new equity director outlines goals

Sherwood district's new equity director outlines goals

Demographics show 44 languages represented throughout the Sherwood School District, up from 28 in 2016-2017
Sherwood School District pleased with its new high school

Sherwood School District pleased with its new high school

The new building, constructed for 2,000 students, was made possible by the passage of a bond measure in 2016.
So long delta, hello omicron

So long delta, hello omicron

New COVID-19 variant, which Oregon has so far avoided, alters state pandemic planning
State commission mandates production of cleaner trucks

State commission mandates production of cleaner trucks

Rule change could benefit Oregon environment and public health, but some think it would raise vehicle prices
Rosenblum decides against run for governor

Rosenblum decides against run for governor

Attorney general decision leaves Democratic campaign wide open for handful of candidates
Bonamici forum focuses on apprenticeship expansion bill

Bonamici forum focuses on apprenticeship expansion bill

Oregon Democrat says more women and minorities should be encouraged to enter high-skill, high-paying trades.
King City mayor to step down at end of the year

King City mayor to step down at end of the year

Ken Gibson said he wants to enjoy quality time his wife, travel abroad and still keep his eye on city politics.
Three advance in consideration for Oregon U.S. attorney

Three advance in consideration for Oregon U.S. attorney

Biden decides nominee, but panel organized by senators interviews seven and recommends three with federal experience
Legislators' plan to create six U.S. House seats will stand

Legislators' plan to create six U.S. House seats will stand

Republican lawsuit fails to derail map approved by Democratic lawmakers, and no appeal was filed by the deadline.
Oregon drops outdoor mask rule, plans vaccine verification…

Oregon drops outdoor mask rule, plans vaccine verification…

New vaccine verification system in the works as Oregon hopes to 'turn back tsunami of infection'
Redistricting court ruling sets off scramble for seats in…

Redistricting court ruling sets off scramble for seats in…

Candidates find their footing in new state districts as map guiding new congressional seats awaits decision
Johnson campaign cash shows business, bipartisan support

Johnson campaign cash shows business, bipartisan support

Scappoose Democrat running as an independent for the governor's office banks nearly $2 million in latest financial report
Three appointed as assistant Washington County…

Three appointed as assistant Washington County…

The restructured county administrative office comes as officials seek to facilitate creating a new strategic plan.
It's on: Holiday cheer coming to Sherwood

It's on: Holiday cheer coming to Sherwood

Although it was canceled last year due to COVID-19, plans are to hold the annual parade, tree lighting on Dec. 4.
Access to 'cooling' top priority for 2 Oregon lawmakers

Access to 'cooling' top priority for 2 Oregon lawmakers

Sen. Kayse Jama and Rep. Pam Marsh are working on bills that will address extreme heat conditions.
Race for Washington County auditor will be contested

Race for Washington County auditor will be contested

Kristine Adams-Wannberg recently announced she will challenge John Hutzler for the key accountability position.
Kaiser strike averted as unions, workers reach agreement

Kaiser strike averted as unions, workers reach agreement

About 35,000 workers across multiple states were set to walk off the job on Monday before the agreement was reached.
COVID-19 recovery slows, but no sign of a new spike

COVID-19 recovery slows, but no sign of a new spike

Forecast: Hospitalizations could stay above 400 through Thanksgiving, as infection surge begins to slow
Nurse Linda is always ready to help at Avamere-Sherwood

Nurse Linda is always ready to help at Avamere-Sherwood

Linda Swanson, director of health services at the Sherwood facility, gets to know her residents
Sherwood district names new school resource officer

Sherwood district names new school resource officer

Officer James Wolfer, a Newberg High grad who holds a master's degree, has been in law enforcement since 2010.
At 96, Sherwood resident still paints every day

At 96, Sherwood resident still paints every day

Joe Adams specializes in Western themes, having painted for the last 50 years
Sherwood veteran knows feeling of separation

Sherwood veteran knows feeling of separation

Serving as a U.S. Army infantryman, Bob Nordstrom was shipped out to South Korea during the Korean War.
Kristof banks $1 million for governor's race

Kristof banks $1 million for governor's race

Other candidates raise money, but Yamhill author rakes in money from big, national donors
Design plans for pedestrian bridge underway

Design plans for pedestrian bridge underway

The 630-foot bridge would span Highway 99W from the Sherwood YMCA to Sherwood High School (crossing the roundabout).
Wildfire costs may trigger state's rare Lloyd's of London…

Wildfire costs may trigger state's rare Lloyd's of London…

The policy with the 335-year-old British risk insurance pool will help pay for fighting wildfires across Oregon
Join us to SAVE community journalism

Join us to SAVE community journalism

Support of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act by the Congress and Senate will directly support our ability to hire more local journalists for…
WCSO Deputy Derek Rush is always looking for a challenge

WCSO Deputy Derek Rush is always looking for a challenge

Derek Rush says a drive to look for challenging experiences drove him to join the U.S. Marine Corps and the Peace Corps.
Survey: Hospital staff issues raise concerns

Survey: Hospital staff issues raise concerns

Shortages of health care and frontline workers worries older Oregonians, and has a negative impact on staff
Cash dash is on for Oregon candidates for governor

Cash dash is on for Oregon candidates for governor

A bumper crop of hopefuls is scooping up funds for what is expected to be an expensive race to state's top job
Washington County bans flavored tobacco, vaping products

Washington County bans flavored tobacco, vaping products

After weeks of discussion, the Washington County Board of Commissioners voted to ban the flavored products.

Give n' Gobble marks 15th anniversary

Give n' Gobble marks 15th anniversary
The annual walk and run raises funds for the Helping Hands Food Pantry in Sherwood; $400,000 collected to date.

Voters saying yes to $122 million TVF&R bond

Voters saying yes to $122 million TVF&R bond
The measure, which will provide for new equipment and station upgrades, was passing handily Tuesday night.

Wilsonville Planning Commissioner Aaron Woods…

Wilsonville Planning Commissioner Aaron Woods…
Woods wants to expand access to technology, including high-speed internet. 

Washington County district attorney to create bias…

Washington County district attorney to create bias…
The creation of a bias and hate crime team is being funded by a recently awarded federal grant.

Washington County adds homeless shelter capacity

Washington County adds homeless shelter capacity
The county has 187 units this winter across both large congregate settings and motel rooms.

Nick Kristof announces run for Oregon governor

Nick Kristof announces run for Oregon governor
The former New York Times columnist and Yamhill native has entered the Democratic primary field.

Wyden: Tax billionaires' income sources to pay for…

Wyden: Tax billionaires' income sources to pay for…
But senator's plan meets resistance from a fellow Democrat as party seeks to pass social and climate-change plan.

McLeod-Skinner launches primary bid for Schrader's…

McLeod-Skinner launches primary bid for Schrader's…
New congressional districts could mean a crowded and expensive race for at least a couple of regions

Give n' Gobble to mark 15th anniversary

Give n' Gobble to mark 15th anniversary
The annual walk and run, which is virtual this year, raises funds for Helping Hands Food Pantry

State, local governments at loggerheads on opioid…

State, local governments at loggerheads on opioid…
Attorneys representing counties and cities say state government hasn't done enough to include them in the complicated process

What weather will winter bring?

What weather will winter bring?
Meteorologists predict La Niña will bring colder, wetter and longer winter this year

Seasoned refuge manager comes aboard at Tualatin…

Seasoned refuge manager comes aboard at Tualatin…
Rebecca Gómez Chuck will also oversee Wapato Lake National Wildlife Refuge to the west.

Oregon struggling again to recover from COVID-19…

Oregon struggling again to recover from COVID-19…
Latest OHSU forecast points to coronavirus cases remaining high until past Thanksgiving

Washington County authorities investigating…

Washington County authorities investigating…
The body of Jessica Elizabeth Hart, 42, was discovered north of Banks on Oct. 17.

Gladstone names new events manager, Public Works…

Gladstone names new events manager, Public Works…
Darren Caniparoli comes from Sherwood, while Tiffany Kirkpatrick fills city's new community services position

TVF&R unveils new cardiac defibrillators

TVF&R unveils new cardiac defibrillators
The new devices replace old ones used in the field by Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue personnel.

Great ShakeOut shows disaster preparedness goes…

Great ShakeOut shows disaster preparedness goes…
Thursday's global earthquake drill helps people understand what it takes to survive a massive event

Church donations stock local pantries with food

Church donations stock local pantries with food
Mormon church and Sunshine Division distribute 80,000 pounds of food to pantries across the Portland metro area.

PCC welcomes first cohort for new writing residency

PCC welcomes first cohort for new writing residency
Portland Community College's Carolyn Moore Writing Residency program is unique at the community college level.

Washington County poised to ban flavored tobacco,…

Washington County poised to ban flavored tobacco,…
The Washington County Board of Commissioners can vote to ban flavored tobacco and vape products at a meeting on Nov. 2.

Sherwood's chief reflects on 32-year career

Sherwood's chief reflects on 32-year career
Jeff Groth says the last 18 months have been the most trying in his three decades of police work

Congressional candidates search for footing in…

Congressional candidates search for footing in…
'You have the largest geographical barrier in our state dividing a district that is united only because of political desire'

What voters should know about the new TVF&R bond…

What voters should know about the new TVF&R bond…
The $122 million bond is intended to fund a wish list of the fire district's safety enhancements.

Oregon Health Authority makes proposed decision on…

Oregon Health Authority makes proposed decision on…
The state agency approved the proposal with conditions, though a contested hearing could be requested.

West Linn-Wilsonville School Board chair running…

West Linn-Wilsonville School Board chair running…
Wilsonville's Chelsea King wants to represent the district, which has shifted due to redistricting, in Salem.

Portland Community College VP leaves behind 'caring…

Portland Community College VP leaves behind 'caring…
The Beaverton resident reflects on her seven-year period at Oregon's largest community college.

Tualatin Valley Ale Trail highlights Washington…

Tualatin Valley Ale Trail highlights Washington…
The promotion encourages people to explore 22 breweries, both new and old, in Washington County.

Sherwood's police chief, Jeff Groth, to retire

Sherwood's police chief, Jeff Groth, to retire
Groth who has served as Sherwood's police chief for 14 years, will leave Dec. 31

Q&A: Brian Decker favors 'holistic approach to…

Q&A: Brian Decker favors 'holistic approach to…
The Washington County DA challenger says he wants to do away with the 'crime politics of decades past.'

For many teens, peer support is biggest life line

For many teens, peer support is biggest life line
When the world shut down, crisis intervention volunteers never stopped showing up

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