Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Eagle Scout helps out Sherwood cheer squad

Eagle Scout helps out Sherwood cheer squad

Jacob Goulding builds, refurbishes 16 platform boxes, part of his community service project for Eagle Scouts
Gov. Kate Brown visits Forest Grove vaccination clinic

Gov. Kate Brown visits Forest Grove vaccination clinic

The governor highlighted Washington County's tops-in-Oregon vaccination rate against COVID-19.
Delay pushes lawmakers to edge on redistricting

Delay pushes lawmakers to edge on redistricting

House is scheduled to return Sept. 25 after COVID results in testing; deadline for lawmakers to act is Sept. 27.
Third-grader takes home top javelin award

Third-grader takes home top javelin award

Beckett Ellingson wins National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championship for javelin throw for 9-10 age group.
Taking the helm in Sherwood

Taking the helm in Sherwood

Keith Campbell looks forward to leading the city into the future, officially starting as city manager on Oct. 7.
Oregon rent hikes capped at 'relatively tame' 9.9% in 2022

Oregon rent hikes capped at 'relatively tame' 9.9% in 2022

The statewide rent control doesn't include recent inflation or the tightening multi-family vacancy rate.
Juvenile hearings referee named to circuit judgeship

Juvenile hearings referee named to circuit judgeship

Governor names Michele Rini, who has spent 15 years in her position and succeeds the retiring Jim Fun on Oct. 1.
Organizers turn creative to bridge vaccine gaps

Organizers turn creative to bridge vaccine gaps

Washington County leads the state in vaccination rate while disparities persist.
Specter of COVID-19 deaths moves to southern, northeastern…

Specter of COVID-19 deaths moves to southern, northeastern…

Cases and deaths had been clustered in the most populous counties before; now hot spots include Wallowa.
New U.S. attorney for Oregon will be nominated

New U.S. attorney for Oregon will be nominated

U.S. senators, others nominate people to fill position left vacant by Billy Williams' resignation.
After DNA test, Sherwood man making up for lost time with…

After DNA test, Sherwood man making up for lost time with…

Alex Walker, who attends Portland Community College, spent a childhood being brought up by his grandparents.
Langer's Entertainment Center endures ups and downs of…

Langer's Entertainment Center endures ups and downs of…

Southwest metro-area businesses like arcades and bowling alleys have implemented health and safety measures.
Lawmakers shuffle redistricting plans as special session…

Lawmakers shuffle redistricting plans as special session…

Legislative plan must get a final vote by the end of September or courts could step in and draw state, federal districts
Few surprises as Oregon starts 2022 election season quietly

Few surprises as Oregon starts 2022 election season quietly

Candidates ready to run for variety of offices as secretary of state opens public office filing window
Kingston Terrace master plan work gets underway

Kingston Terrace master plan work gets underway

Mike Weston is putting the pieces together as King City looks to a spike in population.
Sen. Wyden urges improved access to mental health care

Sen. Wyden urges improved access to mental health care

On World Suicide Prevention Day, he calls for federal intervention to fix insurance practices and address a worker shortage.
Washington County first to hit 80% threshold for vaccinated…

Washington County first to hit 80% threshold for vaccinated…

The county has been leading the state in adult vaccinations for months, officials said.
Public weighs in on redistricting, but will it matter?

Public weighs in on redistricting, but will it matter?

Legislative committees get an earful from skeptical citizens about the proposed maps.
Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

The facility, which supplies semiconductor manufacturing equipment, will hire 300 people for the new site.
Westside Economic Alliance names new executive director

Westside Economic Alliance names new executive director

Gail Greenman, a West Linn resident and former Oregon Farm Bureau lobbyist, will lead the regional group.
Governor: Curtailing school activities could speed drop in…

Governor: Curtailing school activities could speed drop in…

'We're in a dire state, but I am seeing some signs that this is going to level out in the next week.'
Lori Baker to head finances at Northwest Regional ESD

Lori Baker to head finances at Northwest Regional ESD

She comes to the education service district with more than 30 years of experience in public finance and auditing.
Washington County promotes new public health manager

Washington County promotes new public health manager

Marie Boman-Davis has been an integral part of the county's COVID-19 response.
Washington County commissioners to hold town hall

Washington County commissioners to hold town hall

The meeting will cover the county's allocation from the American Rescue Plan Act and plans for spending relief money.
Sherwood man dies in rollover crash

Sherwood man dies in rollover crash

Alexander Haluk, 26, was ejected from a vehicle traveling along Interstate 5 Sunday near Eugene.
Are you ready for more politics? It's electioneering season

Are you ready for more politics? It's electioneering season

Candidates begin to line up for many statewide offices as summer semi-officially draws to a close.
Peace Day booth set for Sherwood Saturday Market

Peace Day booth set for Sherwood Saturday Market

The Sherwood Rotary Club is sponsoring the booth promoting conflict resolution and world peace.
Competing plans unveiled for legislative, congressional maps

Competing plans unveiled for legislative, congressional maps

Lawmakers see drafts and plan public hearings Sept. 8-13 before special session later this year.
Portland hospitals bring in temporary morgue trucks

Portland hospitals bring in temporary morgue trucks

Two hospitals will use refrigeration trucks to keep COVID-19 fatalities as hospital morgues fill up.
Indigenous practice could be key to taming wildfires

Indigenous practice could be key to taming wildfires

Controlled burns have proven effective in combating wildfires, both before the Oregon Trail and in modern times.

Sherwood's Robin Hood Festival canceled

Sherwood's Robin Hood Festival canceled
COVID-19 concerns dash festival plans for second year in a row; hopes are to hold the Holiday Festival on Dec. 4.

WashCo libraries get tens of thousands in…

WashCo libraries get tens of thousands in…
In Tualatin, officials plan to bolster Spanish-language collections with grant money from federal ARPA funding.

Oregon Health Authority recommends approval of new…

Oregon Health Authority recommends approval of new…
The approval would be conditioned on the hospital having fewer beds than requested and treating underserved groups.

Co-located domestic violence, child abuse center…

Co-located domestic violence, child abuse center…
Officials have long hoped to bring a joint domestic violence and child abuse resource center to Washington County.

Rules protect workers from smoke and heat, but just…

Rules protect workers from smoke and heat, but just…
Local leaders say they want protections for workers on Washington County farms and wineries made permanent.

Oregon sets grim one-day record for COVID cases

Oregon sets grim one-day record for COVID cases
With 20 new deaths, the coronavirus now has claimed the lives of 3,115 people in Oregon.

Former Stayton city manager to lead Sherwood

Former Stayton city manager to lead Sherwood
The Sherwood City Council unanimously selected Keith Campbell as its newest city manager Thursday evening.

Sherwood student awarded scholarship to attend…

Sherwood student awarded scholarship to attend…
Maddie Huwe, who has Crohn's disease, advocates for others suffering with GI issues

Sherwood slated to hire Stayton city manager

Sherwood slated to hire Stayton city manager
The City Council will hold a special meeting Aug. 26 to approve an employment agreement with Keith Campbell.

Oregon taxpayers will get record $1.9 billion back…

Oregon taxpayers will get record $1.9 billion back…
State economists offer estimates as they present quarterly revenue forecasts to lawmakers.

COVID-19 crushing hospitals with reprieve still…

COVID-19 crushing hospitals with reprieve still…
Numbers are a backdrop to a crisis, especially in southwestern Oregon, where unvaccinated residents swamp hospitals

COVID-19 crushing hospitals with reprieve still…

COVID-19 crushing hospitals with reprieve still…
Numbers are a backdrop to a crisis, especially in southwestern Oregon, where unvaccinated residents swamp hospitals

Oregon governor orders outdoor mask mandate…

Oregon governor orders outdoor mask mandate…
Some exceptions apply, but Brown says step is need to stem rising COVID-19 caseloads in Oregon.

Do-it-yourself political redistricting lights up…

Do-it-yourself political redistricting lights up…
Shall we play a game? State lets amateurs draw their own dream maps based on U.S. Census numbers.

Redistricting 'road show' hearings will be held…

Redistricting 'road show' hearings will be held…
Each hearing will discuss congressional districts and House and Senate legislative districts

Portland Community College still not requiring…

Portland Community College still not requiring…
PCC's board of directors agreed to revisit the topic in September. The soonest a mandate could take effect is January.

Governor orders teachers, school staff to get COVID…

Governor orders teachers, school staff to get COVID…
Decision reverses a recent state policy allowing for vaccinations or regular testing to slow delta variant spread.

WashCo board chair backtracks on possible new…

WashCo board chair backtracks on possible new…
Kathryn Harrington, chair of the Washington County Board of Commissioners, recently pushed for an indoor dining ban.

Clackamas Fire engineer: Statewide resources are…

Clackamas Fire engineer: Statewide resources are…
Despite containing the Bootleg Fire, Oregon firefighters face a challenging end to wildfire season

Oregon lawmaker's love-letter ban ignites real…

Oregon lawmaker's love-letter ban ignites real…
Rep. Meek hopes to give BIPOC communities more opportunities for homeownership

Oregon hospitals, nurses warn of new 'crisis,' urge…

Oregon hospitals, nurses warn of new 'crisis,' urge…
Understaffed and facing a surge that's overwhelming emergency rooms, hospitals say Kate Brown should change rules.

History Notes: Memories of summer recreation in…

History Notes: Memories of summer recreation in…
It was a time when people swam in swimming holes on Chehalem Mountain and Cedar Creek

MUSA Martial Arts in Sherwood caters to all age…

MUSA Martial Arts in Sherwood caters to all age…
The martial arts and fitness business, located at Sherwood Plaza, will celebrate its 10th birthday in November.

Sherwood narrows city manager search to one

Sherwood narrows city manager search to one
City Council is waiting until contract is signed before releasing name of the individual, who lives in Oregon.

Gov. Brown extends foreclosure moratorium one more…

Gov. Brown extends foreclosure moratorium one more…
Second extension to Dec. 31 is allowed under a 2021 state law; current federal halt ends Sept. 30.

Sherwood School District hires new diversity…

Sherwood School District hires new diversity…
TaMara Glavan, Sherwood's first-ever director of diversity, equity and inclusion, started her new post July 1.

PCC board will revisit vaccine requirement

PCC board will revisit vaccine requirement
Board members vote to consider mandating COVID-19 vaccine before winter term for on-campus classes.

2020 Census: Oregon and Portland metro area more…

2020 Census: Oregon and Portland metro area more…
Three counties outpace state as a whole, also claim slighter larger share of state's population.

Governor's new mask mandate a push to 'protect…

Governor's new mask mandate a push to 'protect…
Kate Brown says statewide order takes effect Friday, Aug. 13, as part of attempt to slow spread of delta variant.

COVID-19 spike could leave state 500 hospital beds…

COVID-19 spike could leave state 500 hospital beds…
OHSU forecast sees increase of virus cases rivaling 'darkest days' of Oregon's winter surge.

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