Sherwood resident inches toward the century mark

Sherwood resident inches toward the century mark

Harriette Mandel turns 100 on May 2 When asked what has guided Harriette Mandel through the 99...

Amazing Kid: Emma Aanderud fought to beat cancer

Amazing Kid: Emma Aanderud fought to beat cancer

The 15-year-old SHS student supported others while in the hospital Emma Aanderud has been...

Sherwood woman takes a spin on 'Wheel of Fortune'

Sherwood woman takes a spin on 'Wheel of Fortune'

Stacy Singledecker recently got a chance to cross another item off her “bucket list”...

Sherwood acoustic Christian musician Eric Kneifel releases debut four-song EP

Sherwood acoustic Christian musician Eric Kneifel releases debut four-song EP

After working for nearly 20 years as a worship leader in a variety of churches along the West...

Mixolydians edge out 3-time champs to garner 1st place

Mixolydians edge out 3-time champs to garner 1st place

Sherwood High School’s a cappella group the Mixolydians edged out three-time champion Soul'd...

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GAZETTE FILE PHOTO  - The Sherwood Center for the Arts is seeking retail ventures (or possibly even office space seekers) to locate in the building. Space would front Pine Street with one door facing toward Railroad Avenue.
May 01, 2015

Sherwood Center for the Arts looking for retailers

by Ray Pitz
The city of Sherwood is still seeking tenants for retail space in the Sherwood Center for the Arts, recently hiring a broker to help out. The new 15,000-square-foot center opened at the end of…
Christian Nishioka
April 30, 2015

Sherwood High grad heads to Nepal to provide humanitarian…

by Ray Pitz
Christian Nishioka and Cole Miller of Portland will make the trip Friday A Sherwood resident will be part of a pair of Oregon State University students set to travel to Nepal Friday to film a…
April 29, 2015

Council moves to site medical marijuana in industrial areas

by Ray Pitz
The Sherwood City Council is one step closer to signing off on regulations regarding where medical marijuana dispensaries can locate in the city. During a special meeting Tuesday, the council…
John Davis
April 28, 2015

Recreational marijuana town hall set Wednesday

by Ray Pitz
With the passage of Measure 91 in November 2014, the State of Oregon is working on a variety of fronts to implement recreational marijuana in Oregon. State Rep. John Davis (House District 26)…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP - The race for a seat on the Sherwood City Council is set for May 19.
April 28, 2015

Three vie for seat on Sherwood City Council

by Ray Pitz
Three candidates are running for a seat in the May 19 Sherwood City Council race. Renee Brouse, Alan Pearson and Ivonne Gebhardt are all running to fill a seat left vacant when former Councilor…
GAZETTE PHOTO: BARBARA SHERMAN  - MudPuddles owner Kate Noreen (left) showed many fun educational toys and games to Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici and demonstrated how they worked, and then Bonamici got busy shopping for her niece's two small children.
April 23, 2015

Bonamici visits arts center, MudPuddles

by Barbara Sherman
Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, D-Ore., made a short stop in Sherwood on April 9 to visit the new Sherwood Center for the Arts, which just opened Feb. 28, and MudPuddles Toys & Books. Her visit to…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - A dance benefit for Tony Budesilich, who is battling Ewing Sarcoma, will be held Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Sherwood Family YMCA.
April 23, 2015

Dance benefit for Tony Budesilich is Friday

by Gazette staff
Don’t forget to attend the Friday, April 24, dance fundraiser to benefit 10-year-old Tony Budesilich, the Sherwood boy fighting Ewing’s Sarcoma. The 6 to 8 p.m. event will be held at the…
COURTESY TUALATIN RIVER NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - Volunteers stand in back of a giant eagle's nest they helped create at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
April 22, 2015

Tualatin River, other wildlife refuges, receive $1 million to…

by No author
The Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge and three other federal refuges in the Portland/ Vancouver, Wash., areas will receive a total of $1 million in funding to engage urban communities and…
COURTESY CITY OF SHERWOOD - Here's a look at the volunteers from Sherwood's Third Annual Trashpalooza. The group collected an estimated 1,200 pounds of trash
April 20, 2015

Sherwood's Trashpalooza proves second largest SOLVE IT event in…

by Gazette staff
Sherwood’s Third Annual Trashpalooza held April 18 turned out to be the second largest SOLVE IT event in the state, attracting 129 people. Among the attendees was the Jim Piro, chief executive…
May 01, 2015

Planning commission recommends medical pot dispensaries be…

by Ray Pitz
The Sherwood Planning Commission is recommending that medical marijuana dispensaries be located in areas zoned as light or general industrial. The commission made the recommendation April 14,…

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Apr 14, 2015

Trashpalooza kicks off this Saturday

by Ray Pitz
Sherwood will host its annual Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 18, with an event that’s come to be known as Trashpalooza! The event will start at Cannery Square in Old Town where it will…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - City will soon decide on details pertaining to medical marijuana dispensaries.
Apr 09, 2015

Survey shows most residents want restrictions on medical…

by Ray Pitz
Meanwhile, one medical marijuana dispensary owner is eyeing Sherwood The majority of Sherwood residents believe additional restrictions should be placed on any future medical marijuana…
GAZETTE FILE PHOTO  - The Sherwood Center for the Arts is seeking retail ventures (or possibly even office space seekers) to locate in the building. Space would front Pine Street with one door facing toward Railroad Avenue.
Apr 09, 2015

Sherwood Center for the Arts looking for retailers

by Ray Pitz
City manager thinks site is ideal for a restaurant The city of Sherwood is still seeking tenants for retail space in the Sherwood Center for the Arts, recently hiring a broker to help out. The…
TIMES PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Oregon Department of Education Deputy Superintendent Rob Saxton listens during a Jan. 21 Washington County Schools Legislative Forum. Saxton announced today he will resign his post to head the Northwest Regional Education Service District, which provides umbrella services to school districts in Clatsop, Washington, Columbia and Tillamook counties.
Apr 08, 2015

Rob Saxton to step down as state education chief

by Geoff Pursinger
Former TTSD superintendent returns home to head local ESD The leader of education in the state of Oregon is stepping down this summer. Rob Saxton, the deputy superintendent of the Oregon…
GAZETTE FILE PHOTO: BARBARA SHERMAN - Alter Wiener, shown here with Sherwood High School seniors Kiley Gersch and Sierra Gieber, will return to Sherwood May 16 speaking at a lecture open to the public at the Sherwood Center for the Arts at 2 p.m.
Apr 22, 2015

Around Sherwood: Holocaust survivor returns, Arrows host…

by Gazette staff
Holocaust survivor returns to Sherwood Alter Wiener, one of only a handful of Holocaust survivors from Oregon who is still around, returns to Sherwood to share his story at the Sherwood Center…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Emma Aanderud
Apr 01, 2015

Emma Aanderud is Egg Hunt for Hope recipient

by No author
The McCabe Real Estate Group’s 9th annual Benefit Egg Hunt for Hope is well underway, preparing for this year’s event set for Saturday, April 4, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at Sherwood’s Laurel Ridge…
Bill Middlton
Apr 01, 2015

Judge rules vote on taxes and fees can move forward

by Ray Pitz
Former mayor wants voter approval on future city fees and taxes A Washington County Circuit Court judge has ruled that former Sherwood Mayor Bill Middleton can move ahead with his initiative…
Apr 23, 2015

The Macks release 'Nightcrawler' debut

by Ray Pitz
Ever since he picked up the guitar at a young age, Sherwood High School senior Ben Windheim has been intrigued with music. That enthusiasm eventually lead the Sherwood High School student to…
Emma Aanderud
Mar 31, 2015

Egg Hunt for Hope set for Saturday

by No author
It began in 2007 with an idea to help a local family battling cancer and a way for local residents Todd and Leslie McCabe to teach their sons the value of giving selflessly to help others. This…
Apr 01, 2015

Gramma's Farm Store calls it quits, for now

by Ray Pitz
Owner says costly county fees, deeming structure unsafe resulted in closure After years selling fresh produce and flowers — along with hosting annual pumpkin patches and generally becoming part…




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