Two workers hit by car in construction zone

The workers sustained what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries, according to police.

Tualatin woman awarded for volunteer work in Sherwood

The Wells Fargo employee volunteers at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge.

Airsoft gun sends Sherwood High into lockout mode

The rumor that a student may have had a weapon in the parking lot of the high school resulted in a lockout situation.

Public speaking can improve conversations

Sherwood Toastmasters offers an opportunity to improve public speaking skills.

Council approves agreement with YMCA

Sherwood City Council focuses on rebuilding relationships after a rocky run with YMCA.

Chamber offers trip to China

Informational meeting will be held in February for those interested in a trip to China.

The cuddling canine

Sherwood Police and the community welcome a comfort canine to the department.

Get ready for Robin Hood

Festival organizers are seeking volunteers for the popular annual Robin Hood Festival.

Sherwood Police Logs

Sherwood Police Department responds to a variety of calls in the month of December.

Foundation forks out $30,000 for felines

Petco Foundation has granted CAT organization large grant for veterinary care.

Open the Door for Three

Sherwood Center for the Arts will be hosting the only greater Portland area show.

New school on the horizon

Sherwood City Council approves a first and second reading of concept plan for the new high school.

Sherwood votes for agreement with YMCA

Tumult over earlier decision resulted in wholesale changes to City Council.

Capt. Mark Daniel named Mount Angel police chief

Mark Daniel, who has been with the city for eight years, started the Police Department's K-9 program.

Little girl makes a big difference

An elementary school student saw a need and reached out to classmates and staff to provide clothing to those in need.

Signs serve as a reminder

New signage urges drivers to slow down and be aware of pedestrians to promote safety.

Hit-and-run driver in Sherwood turns himself in

Police say Shawn Driscoll of Newberg hit a pedestrian in a crosswalk near Sherwood High.

Mark Daniel, Mount Angel's new police chief, settles in

New chief Mark Daniel has over 30 years of policing experience, lives in St. Paul

No quorum moves commission vote on fun center to Dec. 12

At issue was holding a public hearing on plans for a 92,899-square-foot entertainment and fun center.

Griffin, Rosener appointed to Sherwood City Council

The pair replace Jennifer Harris and Sally Robinson who were recalled during the November election.

Four seek appointment to two seats on Sherwood council

Michael Conn, Russell Griffin, Steven Munsterman and Tim Rosener are seeking two temporary seats vacant from recall of Jennifer Harris, Sally…

Holiday Festival --parade and treelighting -- a little wet…

The annual event drew hundreds to Old Town Sherwood where they ate hotdogs, visited with Santa and listened to school choirs.

Annual tree lighting festivities will ring in the holidays…

Sherwood will come alive with Santa, singing and fun at the Holiday Festival Saturday, 4 to 6:30 p.m. at Cannery Square Plaza.

Kristen Delaney hired as new executive assistant for…

Delaney, who has degrees in public administration and environmental science, formerly worked for the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in Newberg.

Kelly Price, known affectionately as the 'Can Man,' dies

Kelly Price, who could often be found collecting cans around town for recycling, was the brother of longtime Sherwood resident Odge Gribbble

No quorum moves Planning Commission vote on fun center to…

At issue was holding a public hearing on plans for a 92,899-square-foot entertainment and fun center.

Price Avenue home sustains extensive smoke damage

Investigators are trying to deteremine the cause of a fire that occurred shortly before noon on Nov. 25.

Capt. Mark Daniel named Mount Angel police chief

Mark Daniel, who has been with the city for eight years, started the Police Department's K-9 program.

Thanksgiving: Ashton Stone defies the odds, heads back home

After being plagued with countless medical problems he almost didn't survive, the 2-year-old is back in Oregon

SHS teacher on road to recovery with new kidney

Sarah Holtz also gained a new 'sister' in donor Carolyn Davidson, and they continue to stay in touch as they recover from their surgeries

Vial files for re-election in Oregon House District 26

Vial, an attorney, was chief sponsor a bill that waived extra graduation requirements for homeless and foster students.

Sherwood resident's robotic cat 'Cuddles' brings joy to…

Sherwood resident Julie Nader purchased a robotic cat, who she named Cuddles, almost a year ago for $100.

Remembering those who served

U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici was one of the honored guests at the Nov. 11 commemoration held in Sherwood.

From a tree lighting to a classic movie, Sherwood ready for…

The holiday season kicks off with the annual Give n' Gobble Walk and Run to benefit Helping Hands Food Pantry

Police foundation donates five ballistic shields to SPD

The Sherwood Police Foundation donated the shields, noting that officers used an older ballistic shield when they approached a suspect the night Nic…

Sherwood woman named Mrs. Washington County

Nicola Lewis will now compete in statewide in the Oregon America Pageant set for March 17 in West Linn

Two dogs perish in early-morning fire in Sherwood

The animals were inside a home in the 22400 block of Southwest Meissinger Place when the blaze broke out.

Brouse wins seat on Sherwood City Council

Renee Brouse, who served as executive director of the Sherwood YMCA for more than a decade won handily in a 5-way race for a seat on the City Council

'Champions' learn about Legislature, School Board

Rep. Rich Vial and Director Mike Hiland visit MIddleton afterschool program and learn a few lessons themselves

Lee Weislogel named interim mayor of Sherwood

A former city councilor, he was president of Sherwood Main Street and now chairs its advisory board.

Sherwood voters just say no (again) to recreational…

A measure to allow recreational facilities in Sherwood was defeated for the second time in a year Nov. 7.

Rep. Vial to tour Middleton Champions program Monday

Oregon Rep. Rich Vial will tour Middleton Elementary School Monday from 3 to 4 p.m. to see the school's afterschool program.

2 wars, 2 close calls

Woodhaven's Rick Lowry is a veteran of the Korean War and World War II and would have served in Vietnam if it hadn't been for a call from a general

Pipeline project along 124th Avenue begins

In addition to installing pipeline along 124th Avenue as part of the Willamette Water Supply Project, a water treatment facility is planned just off…

Garland pulls out of interim mayor selection,…

Councilor Sean Garland said he will not seek the interim mayor position but will run for the seat in March; he's appointed council president pro tem…

Meeting set to select council president pro tem,…

Councilor Sally Robinson says she doesn't believe the meeting, which is set for Tuesday evening, is legal.

From bootleggers to car dealers Historical Society…

Reynolds, president of the Sherwood Historical Society, recently released a new book chronicaling Sherwood's history in the 1920s and 1930s.

Kelly Price, known affectionately as the 'Can Man,'…

Kelly Price, who could often be found collecting cans around town for recycling, was the brother of longtime Sherwood resident Odge Gribbble

Mayor gone. Two (maybe three) council seats open.…

A wide array of 'what if' scenarios make predicting outcomes difficult but wheels for some already in motion

American Legion seeks members, flags to recycle

American Legion Argonne Post 56 is seeking new members while reminding the community that old flags can be retired in a box in front of the Legion.

Police seek stolen Porsche, 'person of interest'…

Sherwood police hope to find and question a man who may have some knowledge of a burglary that occurred on Handley Street earlier in October.

Give n' Gobble registration is open

The annual fundraiser for Helping Hands, now in its 10th year, is set for 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day.

Rick Lowry survived two wars, two close calls

Woodhaven's Rick Lowry is a veteran of the Korean War and World War II. He would have served in Vietnam, too, if it hadn't been for a call from a…

Oregon Symphonic Band to play Sherwood Center for…

The band, directed by Michael Burch-Pesses, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with the program 'As We Were -- Music from OSB's Past.'

Helping Hands needs warehouse to store food for…

Free or cheap space is being sought by Helping Hands Food Pantryt to keep provisions for those living on the edge.

Hubbard man dies in Cipole Road hunting accident

Washington County sheriff's deputies said Creed V. Brattain IV accidentally shot himself at about 5:54 p.m. Oct. 20, while duck hunting in the 19200…

Sherwood West UGB expansion to be mulled

A Oct. 25 open house is set to look at the possible expansion of Sherwood West, 1,291 acres of urban reserve properties west and north of Sherwood…

'Stuff the Trailer' benefit for kids in hospitals…

This will be the seventh year for the 'Stuff the Trailer' event at Sherwood High School, held during the football game

Pipeline project along 124th Ave./Tonquin Road…

In addition to installing pipeline along 124th Avenue as part of the Willamette Water Supply Project, a water treatment facility is planned just off…

Fun center hearing rescheduled to Nov. 28

The land-use application includes plans for a 92,899-square foot entertainment and recreation fun center and retail space as well

Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge marks 25…

The refuge near Sherwood has grown since it was founded in 1992. A celebration was held Saturday.

Sherwood voters recall Councilors Jennifer Harris,…

Unofficial results show more than 70 percent of voters favoring the councilors' removal from office.

Police determine Snapchat post about 'possible…

Post found at 5:04 today was made by 12-year-old special needs youth, police determine.

Homeless cats displaced by Hurricane Harvey…

The Cat Adoption Team takes in cats from two Texas shelters to help support Harvey relief efforts.

Fun center hearing rescheduled for Nov. 28

At issue is approval of a 92,899-square-foot entertainment and recreation center and 32,408 square feet of retail space.

Only 20 percent of recall ballots returned for…

The last successful recall elections in Washington County occurred in 2011 in Cornelius and Forest Grove.

Boy, 4, struck and killed in Sherwood apartment…

Police responded to a call Friday afternoon reporting that the child had been hit in a parking lot on Cedar Brook Way.

Russell Griffin appointed to Sherwood City Council

In other vacancy news, Sean Garland plans to run for mayor in a March 13 election.

Ballots for recall of two Sherwood councilors mailed

The special recall election for Sally Robinson and Jennifer Harris is set for Oct. 17

Clark-Endicott, stepping down, criticizes recall…

The former mayor said she and her family will soon move to Redmond, where her husband is mayor.

Mayor Krisanna Clark-Endicott resigns as mayor

The subject of a recall vote, Clark-Endicott submitted her resignation today; Councilors Jennifer Harris and Sally Robinson go on to recall vote on…

Recall election for mayor, two councilors set for…

The county verifies enough signatures have been collected to move forward with a recall election for Mayor Krisanna Endicott-Clark, Councilor Sally…

Around Sherwood: 'Fiddler on the Roof' on tap,…

'Fiddler on the Roof' set for Oct. 5-7 at arts center, 9/11 Commemorative Blood Drive collects from 82 donors

Sherwood says no to HealthFitness providing…

Nervous about some of the company's projections, the City Council turns down signing a contract with the company.

City manager recommends rejecting contract with…

Membership growth projections, no reimbursement for any potential losses the first year among concerns; Sherwood City Council will meet tonight to…

Gov. Brown appoints Sherwood's Pat Allen to Oregon…

A member of the Sherwood School Board, Brown named Allen permanent director, replacing the ousted Lynne Saxton at the agency.

Signatures for recall vote sent to county for…

The county is in the process of verifying the needed signatures to send a ballot to voters to recall the mayor, two councilors, says James Copfer,…

Large entertainment/fun center planned for Langer…

The Planning Commission will hear the land-use application for the 92,899-square-foot center on Oct. 24

HealthFitness tells council it will make money,…

On Tuesday, more than 100 people packed into council chambers, some holding signs, supporting YMCA remaining in town

Car seat safety clinic set for Saturday canceled

The event had originally been scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Sherwood Police Department headquarters.

Rebekah Lodge to host indoor/outdoor flea market

The Sept. 23 event is set for the parking lot of U.S. Bank as well as inside the lodge located on Washington Street.

Recreational provider now projects a profit if it…

HealthFitness, which originally predicted a deficit after five years, now predicts being almost $600,000 in the black.

Metro Council has four openings in 2018 election

Term limits ensure new president, District 4 councilor for Portland regional government; seats also up in Districts 1 and 2.

New 'loo?' It's true. Set for Cannery Square

The new restroom is a single unisex facility made of metal that is set for completion sometime in October.

Group meets to discuss potential recall of mayor,…

The mayor and two City Council members voted for a recreational proposal other than that of the YMCA, creating controversy.

Five file for seat on Sherwood City Council

The election to fill out the remainder of a seat vacated by Dan King will be held Nov. 7

Labor Day weekend concert features Irish band

Ruaile Buaile, which has been making its name at music festivals throughout the world, will play the Sherwood Performing Arts Center Sept. 2.

City to approach HealthFitness with list of wants…

Council members list everything from continued programs to no financial loss as part of a wish list for potential provider

Exhibit commemorates glory days of Portland Canning…

Sherwood Public Library to feature displays put together by Don and Yvonne Scheller, paying homage to the old cannery in Old Town

Wilson Phillips highlight Love Bites by Carnie…

Twenty-seven years after having two No. 1 hits, the trio still hits those perfect harmonies during Sherwood concert.

Love Bites by Carnie opens Saturday in Sherwood

Free acoustic Wilson Phillips concert set for 2 p.m. could draw largest crowd Sherwood has ever seen

Sherwood's Pat Allen tapped to right Oregon Health…

Allen currently serves on the Sherwood School Board and was formerly on the planning commission

Deputies seeking hit-and-run driver who struck…

The incident occurred Monday afternoon when a 17-year-old youth was struck by someone in a brown or tan 1990s pickup with a multi-colored tailgate

Sherwood residents love eclipse: 'It's like it's…

Loads of residents flock to Synder Park, securing prime viewing positions along the baseball field and in front of tennis courts.

Blood donors needed for special Sept. 11 blood drive

The Sherwood Police Department is hoping to see 100 donors for Sept. 11 blood drive at the Sherwood Police Department.

Sherwood council opts for HealthFitness to replace…

Emotions flair at meeting as Minneapolis-based firm gets the nod to provide services for city-owned rec center

Water pipeline slated soon for installation along…

Meanwhile, plans are to build a $250 million water treatment facility along 124th Avenue near Tualatin-Sherwood Road

Basalt Creek Parkway opens Monday afternoon

Time needed for work crews to finish final striping moves official opening of roadway forward a few hours

Internet exchange space at police department lot…

Thanks to a donation from the Sherwood Police Foundation, the sign was installed Aug. 8 in the police parking lot.

Selection on future Sherwood recreation center…

The Sherwood City Council will pick one of three providers based on a ranking system for the facility currently run by the YMCA

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