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Burton: Exercise and your immune system

Burton: Exercise and your immune system

'Exercise directly improves our bodies' abilities to fight infection and disease.'
Our View: Pamplin papers change use of 'Black'

Our View: Pamplin papers change use of 'Black'

AP style change focuses on being inclusive and respectful in news reporting and the evolution of language.
Garber: Journalism has never been more important

Garber: Journalism has never been more important

PRESIDENT'S COLUMN: As our reporters cover protests, disease and more in our cities and small towns, we need your help.
My View: Open Oregon says make police misconduct records…

My View: Open Oregon says make police misconduct records…

Open Oregon, a member of the National Freedom of Information Coalition, shares the frustration of those stymied in their efforts to hold police…
Our Opinion: COVID-19 hard to project, but Oregonians need…

Our Opinion: COVID-19 hard to project, but Oregonians need…

As our state cautiously reopens and braces for more new cases, workers and businesses are still smarting.
Cottle: On discrimination and violence, we are all…

Cottle: On discrimination and violence, we are all…

'We have to engage in self-realization of our own faults and attitudes towards others.'
Doman Calkins: Sherwood Public Library continues

Doman Calkins: Sherwood Public Library continues

'We miss you and look forward to seeing you in our online events or soon at the library.'
Buck: YMCA is staying active, how about you?

Buck: YMCA is staying active, how about you?

'Although the Sherwood YMCA is closed ... there is still quite a bit going on behind the scenes.'
Cordie: School construction during COVID-19

Cordie: School construction during COVID-19

'COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of our lives, and the construction projects ... are no different.'
Hawkins: Sip and Spell a success for Sherwood schools

Hawkins: Sip and Spell a success for Sherwood schools

'We are incredibly grateful for ... the generosity of the people who supported the Sip and Spell. '
Kearsley: Steps we must follow to keep slowing the spread

Kearsley: Steps we must follow to keep slowing the spread

'The basic principles of safety and health that we have been following since the pandemic began will help us move forward.'
Our Opinion: Primary is prologue in many local races

Our Opinion: Primary is prologue in many local races

It'll be November before we know the full outcome of the 2020 election season, even in local government.
Moore: Connect your kids to class with financial literacy

Moore: Connect your kids to class with financial literacy

'Take advantage of this time at home to teach your kids how to make smart financial decisions.'
Our Opinion: A new stage in our fight against the…

Our Opinion: A new stage in our fight against the…

We have not beaten this disease. We will need to be cautious, and very patient, as we adapt to a 'new normal.'
Rogers: Cancer doesn't stop, but neither do we

Rogers: Cancer doesn't stop, but neither do we

'We are deeply concerned about the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on cancer patients...'
Kertis: Virus shows addiction stigma still exists

Kertis: Virus shows addiction stigma still exists

'It's so ingrained in society that we still punish drug possession with jail time rather than treatment.'
Readers Letters: Who's hoarding all those garbanzo beans?

Readers Letters: Who's hoarding all those garbanzo beans?

Letter writers from around the region take aim at COVID-19 pandemic, elections, candidate endorsements and, of course, hoarding.
Prusak: A look inside one nurse's 'new normal'

Prusak: A look inside one nurse's 'new normal'

'It was an entirely different patient care experience than I have ever encountered.'
Letters to the Editor: May 2020

Letters to the Editor: May 2020

Readers are finding silver linings in social isolation. Also, thoughts on coronavirus testing and the May election.
Kearsley: Crisis brings challenges, but also opportunities

Kearsley: Crisis brings challenges, but also opportunities

'The crisis is forcing the Chamber out of its comfort zone and is requiring us to sharpen our pencil to make us more efficient.'
Cordie: School district still here for you despite closure

Cordie: School district still here for you despite closure

'...There are also so many bright spots that continue to inspire and uplift all of us in the Sherwood School District.'
Garber: We need your help to tell important stories

Garber: We need your help to tell important stories

PRESIDENT'S COLUMN: Doing journalism takes time, effort and money. Now there is a new way to support us in that mission.
Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving quarantine?

Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving quarantine?

Columnist Anne Endicott wants to hear from you about how you're spending your time at home.
Our Opinion: Patience is key in this pandemic

Our Opinion: Patience is key in this pandemic

Social distancing is unpleasant, and it's really bad for the economy. But it'll be with us a while longer.
Burton: How to stay healthy while you stay at home

Burton: How to stay healthy while you stay at home

'You can absolutely work up a sweat from your house without equipment ... you just have to get creative.'
Neumann: Pleased to welcome Collin Kartchner to Sherwood

Neumann: Pleased to welcome Collin Kartchner to Sherwood

'For those of us who were behind the scenes at the assemblies, our hearts will be forever changed.'
Hanson: Dog walking safety tips from a professional

Hanson: Dog walking safety tips from a professional

'I've been on hundreds of walks and have experienced all kinds of scenarios.'
Kane: Protect yourself amid wedding-season woes

Kane: Protect yourself amid wedding-season woes

'If you're one of those couples planning a wedding, be sure the season of love lasts all the way to the wedding day.'
Spurling: Fourth annual Sip & Spell raises over $80k

Spurling: Fourth annual Sip & Spell raises over $80k

'Over the past four years, we have raised nearly $230,000 to fund teacher grants and other special programs.'
Cordie: Changes to school start times, elementary boundary…

Cordie: Changes to school start times, elementary boundary…

'This plan was generated from a community engagement process that identified our community's priorities...'

On the Refuge: March a good month for birdwatching…

On the Refuge: March a good month for birdwatching…
The Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge has plenty to do in the spring, plus thoughts on Oregon's seasons.

Toien: Building bridges, figuratively and literally

Toien: Building bridges, figuratively and literally
'Highway 99W is a high-volume traffic corridor shuddering under the wheels of fast moving trucks.'

Wallace: Plans under way for 2020 Sherwood Robin…

Wallace: Plans under way for 2020 Sherwood Robin…
'We welcome volunteers to join us in planning our festival events and assist...'

Our Opinion: You live in a wonderful place. Here's…

Our Opinion: You live in a wonderful place. Here's…
A new list tells us something we already know, but the validation is nice anyway.

Our Opinion: It could happen here

Our Opinion: It could happen here
Oregon experienced devastating forest fires in 2017 and 2018. What is happening in Australia dwarfs them.

Cordie: Student Success Act, district priorities…

Cordie: Student Success Act, district priorities…
'The needs are emerging clearly ... as we have diligently worked to create the next iteration of our Strategic Plan.'

Reynolds: Who is Hopkins, namesake of Hopkins…

Reynolds: Who is Hopkins, namesake of Hopkins…
'Because of their efforts, a legacy of good education extended for 40 years.'

Kearsley: Chamber planning for awards, Vietnam…

Kearsley: Chamber planning for awards, Vietnam…
'Now it's time that we as a community recognize our businesses for their contributions.'

Buck: Some words on honesty and the Sherwood YMCA

Buck: Some words on honesty and the Sherwood YMCA
'From our honest evaluations of our failure, we can learn and grow to be better than we were before.'

Burrows: A busy fall and winter for Champoeg DAR

Burrows: A busy fall and winter for Champoeg DAR
'...Each chapter is asked to get involved in the community and do a service project.'

Letters to the Editor: January-February 2020

Letters to the Editor: January-February 2020
Readers in Sherwood and King City share their thoughts on articles and local issues.

Our Opinion: Battered but unbowed in our mission

Our Opinion: Battered but unbowed in our mission
We know the newspaper business is looking ragged. But we're staying in the fight.

ENDORSEMENT: Natural areas need voters' support

ENDORSEMENT: Natural areas need voters' support
Metro is an awkward, maybe even overstuffed bureaucracy. But Measure 26-203 does good things. We recommend a yes vote.

Farris: On the Refuge in November

Farris: On the Refuge in November
'The trail through the oak savanna to the river and into the forest is always open and waiting for you.'

Frazier: Candidates should be willing to take risks

Frazier: Candidates should be willing to take risks
'After all, the nation and Oregon don't need leaders who thinks 'winning' is synonymous with governing.'

Cordie: New year brings transformation for Sherwood…

Cordie: New year brings transformation for Sherwood…
'The adjustment of school attendance boundaries is never an easy process...'

Reynolds: Early farming implements donated to…

Reynolds: Early farming implements donated to…
'We had been waiting for a year for these gems to come all the way from Joseph, Oregon.'

Burton: Breakfast, the most important meal of the…

Burton: Breakfast, the most important meal of the…
'The difficulty is in finding ways to eat a healthier breakfast and doing it consistently.'

Spurling: Want to give back to Sherwood schools?…

Spurling: Want to give back to Sherwood schools?…
'The Sherwood Education Foundation and the student volunteers appreciate you taking the call.'

Kearsley: Express your support for local business…

Kearsley: Express your support for local business…
'Find a way to support them by attending their events, hiring their employees and holiday shopping in their stores.'

Buck: YMCA is about more than health and fitness

Buck: YMCA is about more than health and fitness
'Our current form is one of the oldest national charities disguised as a fitness facility.'

Kane: The war for talent in suburbia

Kane: The war for talent in suburbia
'The bottom line is that when you're in the suburbs, the talent pool can be limited...'

Our Opinion: Transparency loses a champion in Oregon

Our Opinion: Transparency loses a champion in Oregon
Ginger McCall, the state's public records advocate, is leaving her office over political pressure.

Farris: On the Refuge in October

Farris: On the Refuge in October
'The weather is cooler, the days are usually sunny and dry, and the winter rains are still in the future.'

Neumann: A history of the Sherwood Education…

Neumann: A history of the Sherwood Education…
'The Sherwood Education Foundation's continued success is only made possible by your support.'

Reynolds: The Muralt Meat Market

Reynolds: The Muralt Meat Market
'The Morback Museum is open Wednesday and Saturday 1 to 4 p.m., and we're collectin' history.'

Letters to the Editor: October 2019

Letters to the Editor: October 2019
Readers write in about the Langer's development, pay-to-play in politics and more.

Our Opinion: Get ready, because there's…

Our Opinion: Get ready, because there's…
Work on Tualatin-Sherwood Road is sure to be a nuisance. But the payoff will last longer.

Farris: On the Refuge in September

Farris: On the Refuge in September
'It's a great time to walk the trails before the seasonal trail closes for the winter.'

Frazier: We're an American family. Let's start…

Frazier: We're an American family. Let's start…
'We need to see past traditional notions of what makes two people become more than strangers.'

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