Sherwood Center for the Arts looking for retailers

Sherwood Center for the Arts looking for retailers

City manager thinks site is ideal for a restaurant The city of Sherwood is still seeking tenants...

Haggen to begin converting Sherwood store on April 2

Haggen to begin converting Sherwood store on April 2

Store to close April 2, reopen on April 4 Haggen Food and Pharmacy, the Washington-based grocery...

Sherwood band The Macks release 'Nightcrawler' debut album

Sherwood band The Macks release 'Nightcrawler' debut album

Ever since he picked up the guitar at a young age, Sherwood High School senior Ben Windheim has...

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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,…
April 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.
April 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…
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.
April 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…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Emma Aanderud
April 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
April 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…
Emma Aanderud
March 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…
April 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…
March 26, 2015

March 25 Highway 18 accident injures Sherwood residents

by Ray Pitz
Accident occurred near Slick Rock Road A serious crash was reported Wednesday afternoon after a vehicle driven by a Vancouver, Wash., woman crossed the roadway on Oregon Highway 18 near Slick…
March 24, 2015

Sherwood earns top financial reporting award

by Ray Pitz
For the third year in a row, the city of Sherwood has been awarded the certificate of achievement for excellence in financial reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the…

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SUBMITTED PHOTO - Aviation Boatswain's Mate Airman Jeremy Crittenden, a Sherwood resident, works on repairs to the USS Ronald Reagan.
Mar 24, 2015

Around Sherwood

by Ray Pitz
Navy news, mayor meets governor, Boljat sets summer art classes Sherwood man works on USS Ronald Reagan Aviation Boatswain’s Mate Airman Jeremy Chittenden, a Sherwood resident, is working on…
Mar 19, 2015

Memorial service set for fifth-grader who died unexpectedly

by Ray Pitz
A memorial service honoring the life of a 10-year-old Sherwood youth who died unexpectedly last Sunday is planned for Friday, March 20. The gathering is set from 5 to 7 p.m. at Bella Via event…
Apr 01, 2015

Man gets 25 years for sex abuse involving child

by Ray Pitz
(This corrects a previous version of this article) A former Sherwood resident was sentenced to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to single counts of first-degree sodomy and first-degree…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Tony Budesilich is a 10-year-old Edy Ridge Elementary School  student who was recently diagnosed with a rare cancer, Ewing's Sarcoma. Two fundraiser to help the young boy have been set.
Mar 18, 2015

Thursday's Dutch Bros. proceeds to benefit 10-year-old with…

by Ray Pitz
The benefit is only good at the Sherwood Dutch Bros. The Sherwood Dutch Bros. Coffee kiosk will host a special all-day fundraiser Thursday, March 19, to benefit Tony Budesilich, a 10-year-old…
Dan King
Mar 10, 2015

King wins seat on Sherwood City Council

by Ray Pitz
Dan King edges out Beth Cooke and Kurt Kristensen Sherwood resident Dan King has once again been elected to the Sherwood City Council. King was handily edging out his two opponents, Beth Cooke…
Heather Cordie
Mar 10, 2015

Cordie bows out as Eugene superintendent finalist

by Ray Pitz
Cordie explained that the position was not the right "fit" Less than a week after it was publicly announced that Sherwood Superintendent Heather Cordie was one of three finalists being…
Mar 05, 2015

Three file for Sherwood City Council seat set for May election

by Ray Pitz
Three Sherwood residents have filed for a Sherwood City Council seat left vacant when Councilor Krisanna Clark became mayor in January. They include Renee Brouse, Alan Pearson and Ivonne…
GAZETTE PHOTO: RAY PITZ - One possible site for a community garden would be this parcel of city-owned land on Third Street and Sherwood Boulevard.
Apr 01, 2015

City pushes forward in effort to create community…

by Ray Pitz
Several sites are being considered Sherwood is scouting out a large plot of city land that could be used by local residents to plant vegetables and flowers. During a Tuesday Sherwood City…
FILE PHOTO - The renovation of the Sherwood Albertson's store, which will soon change to Haggen's, is expected later this month.
Mar 04, 2015

Haggen takeover of Albertson's begins this month

by Geoff Pursinger
Consider it an extreme makeover, supermarket edition. Later this month, several Albertsons supermarkets across the state will close, then reopen as Haggen Food and Pharmacy stores, including…
Mar 03, 2015

"If I were mayor, I would..." contest open to Sherwood youth

by Ray Pitz
Students can submit in one of three categories Sherwood Mayor Krisanna Clark is inviting all fourth- through 12th-graders in the city to enter the Oregon Mayor's Associations’ "If I Were Mayor,…




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