Egg hunt raises almost $10,000 for SHS teacher with cancer

Egg hunt raises almost $10,000 for SHS teacher with cancer

The annual event was held Saturday at Laurel Ridge Middle school Sherwood’s annual Egg Hunt...

Two Kilts takes home a gold for its Scottish Ale

Two Kilts takes home a gold for its Scottish Ale

Microbrewery is only three years old Sherwood’s Two Kilts Brewery took home a gold medal for...

Those from Sherwood and beyond felt 'jolt' or two from Sunday quake

Those from Sherwood and beyond felt 'jolt' or two from Sunday quake

No damage caused by the quake, although a popular meme is circulating Residents across the area...

OSHA cites two serious violations in Sherwood cat sanctuary

OSHA cites two serious violations in Sherwood cat sanctuary

An Oregon workplace safety agency has fined a Sherwood big cat sanctuary thousands of dollars...

Sherwood girl devotes site to those with incarcerated parents

Sherwood girl devotes site to those with incarcerated parents

When Gabriella was only 11-years-old, her father was unexpectedly convicted of several violent...

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by: WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - A Sherwood man died Wednesday evening after his motorcycle crossed a center line on Scholls-Sherwood Road and collided with another vehicle.
April 17, 2014

Sherwood motorcyclist killed on Scholls-Sherwood

by Ray Pitz
The accident occurred near Lebeau Road Washington County sheriff’s deputies responded Wednesday evening to a motorcycle crash that killed a Sherwood man on Southwest Scholls-Sherwood Road near…
April 16, 2014

Sherwood chamber seeks nominations for annual awards

by Gazette staff
Deadline is April 26 The Sherwood Area Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for the 2014 Annual Awards. Nominations are accepted in the following categories: Large Business,…
April 14, 2014

Krisanna Clark says she will run for Sherwood mayor

by Ray Pitz
Sherwood City Council member Krisanna Clark has announced her intent to run for mayor in the November election. Clark made the announcement Monday morning in a press release. Clark originally…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Briana Dannen
February 26, 2014

Saturday's Egg Hunt for Hope to benefit new mom with cancer

by KOIN News 6 staff
Event for Briana Dannen begins at 1:30 p.m. at Laurel Ridge KOIN News 6 staff and Sherwood Gazette Like many children, Harper June Dannen was born prematurely — but few infants in history will…
April 09, 2014

Oregon Court of Appeals turns down appeal regarding notification…

by Ray Pitz
The court handed down the decision on April 2 The Oregon Court of Appeals has ruled that the Land Use Board of Appeals was correct in denying an appeal by a Sherwood resident who said he wasn’t…
by: COURTESY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - Washington County sheriff's deputies are trying to determine why a man was crouching on the tracks before being struck by this Portland and Western Railroad engine late Monday night.
April 08, 2014

Update: Man killed by train on Tonquin Loop identified

by Ray Pitz
Sheriffs deputies are trying to identify the victim Washington County sheriff’s deputies have identified a man who was killed by a train late Monday evening in unicorporated Sherwood. Deputies…
April 07, 2014

Disagreement over council liaison appointments, agenda setting…

by Ray Pitz
Agenda for April 15 meeting still being set Clearing up language on who appoints members to the city’s various committees and commissions, along with determining who may place items on future…
May 01, 2014

Council wrap up: Marijuana ban, corridor plan, YMCA contract

by Ray Pitz
Pot ban now extends to a year The Sherwood City Council touched on a number of subjects during it Tuesday meeting. Among them were: • The city has agreed to extend its temporary ban on medical…
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April 02, 2014

Our newspapers won't be downsizing staff or shrinking in size

by Mark Garber
Local news — news about your city, your community, your neighborhood — is the future of journalism. No one in the media business disputes that notion. Investors as savvy as Warren Buffet are…
April 02, 2014

Judge sentences man who placed hidden camera in Sherwood…

by Ray Pitz
Tualatin resident Richard Eugene Ipsen is sentenced Wednesday A Tualatin man found guilty of numerous counts of invasion of privacy, after he placed a hidden camera inside a Sherwood Starbucks…

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Apr 01, 2014

City sends 5 charter amendments to May ballot

by Ray Pitz
The Sherwood City Council has approved placing five charter amendments — one that would eliminate running for specific positions in favor of electing the top three vote-getters, and another that…
Apr 16, 2014

Egg Hunt for Hope set Saturday

by Ray Pitz
Briana Dannen, the pregnant Sherwood High School teacher battling cancer, will be the recipient of funds raised Saturday during the annual Egg Hunt for Hope. on a special . Meanwhile, McCabe…
Mar 27, 2014

Squires files to run in House District 25

by Geoff Pursinger
An Aloha man has thrown his hat into the ring for King City and Sherwood politics. Eric Squires — a longtime advocate for the Aloha area — has filed to run for Oregon’s House District 26. The…
Mar 27, 2014

YMCA CEO fires back at report over city/YMCA contract

by Ray Pitz
Bob Hall points out some discrepancies in the report The CEO Of the YMCA of Columbia-Willamette is firing back at a report conducted by a Lake Oswego accounting firm that reviewed a contract…
Authorities say an Aloha man died after his car crashed into a dump truck traveling on Southwest Roy Rogers Road on Wednesday morning.
Mar 27, 2014

Aloha man dies in crash near Sherwood

by Geoff Pursinger
An Aloha man died on Wednesday, March 26, after a vehicle he was driving apparently crashed headfirst into a dump truck north of Sherwood. Todd Spencer Ringheim, 50, was pronounced dead at the…
by: CITY OF SHERWOOD - The Sherwood Historical Society is looking for any type of memoribilia related to the Sherwood Police Department.
Mar 26, 2014

Sherwood police memorabilia needed for special exhibit

by Ray Pitz
Sherwood police memorabilia needed for special exhibit The Sherwood Historical Society is looking for Sherwood Police memorabilia that can be used for an upcoming exhibit on Sherwood Police…
Mar 24, 2014

Contract between YMCA and city 'poorly written' says report

by Ray Pitz
A report says financial terms pertaining to both groups should be reviewed A review and evaluation of the city of Sherwood’s operating agreement with the Sherwood Family YMCA shows that the…
Mar 24, 2014

WildCat Haven fined in animal keeper's death

by Pamplin Media Group
Sherwood’s WildCat Haven has been fined more than $5,000 by state officials for safety and health violations connected with the November death of an animal keeper. Oregon’s Occupational Safety…
Apr 01, 2014

Around Sherwood

by Ray Pitz
Police announce department awards, senior center flea market and Trashpoolza set Police honor own at annual ceremony The Sherwood Police Department honored its own on Feb. 15 during the…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Police said the hidden camera left in the Sherwood Starbucks bathroom was designed to look like an AC adapter. It was used to photograph patrons using the restroom.
Mar 19, 2014

Tualatin man found guilty of installing hidden camera

by The Times
A Tualatin man accused of installing a hidden camera in a Sherwood Starbucks bathroom was found guilty Tuesday after a speedy trial. Richard Eugene Ipsen, 60, was found guilty of eight counts of…

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