Furry critters blamed for four outages -- including one in Sherwood

Furry critters blamed for four outages -- including one in Sherwood

The pesky animals took down power for four hours June 12 When the power goes out on a hot day,...

SHS GRADUATION 2014

SHS GRADUATION 2014

More than 300 graduate Friday night Sherwood High School graduates packed into the Aaron J....

Cruisin' Sherwood attracts hundreds to Old Town Saturday

Cruisin' Sherwood attracts hundreds to Old Town Saturday

Gene Baxter’s love for cars started at a young age.      “My dad owned a body shop in...

From solar scooters to drones, SMS students create own 'Shark Tank'

From solar scooters to drones, SMS students create own 'Shark Tank'

Students get judges to buy into their products Mike Fisher is the biggest shark in the Sherwood...

After four years at chamber helm, Bruton exits for new venture at KGW

After four years at chamber helm, Bruton exits for new venture at KGW

After more than four year’s leading Sherwood’s Chamber of Commerce, Nancy Bruton is...

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July 25, 2014

Dance coach seeks pledges to help open Sherwood studio

by Barbara Sherman
Sarah Jakubowski has until Aug. 6 to raise $20,000 on Kickstarter Sarah Jakubowski is well known in the Sherwood and Tigard communities for coaching and choreographing high school dance teams,…
by: COURTESY OF MADELINE GARLAND - Nathan Doyel as Jean Valjean, and Matt Flanagan as Inspector Javert head up Sherwood Foundation for the Arts' production of 'Les Miserables.'
July 17, 2014

Les Miserables pulls out all the stops for park production

by Ray Pitz
With the production back on Broadway, this is the last time to see the show for three years When the Sherwood Foundation for the Arts presents “Les Miserables” at the end of July, it will be the…
July 21, 2014

Robin Hood Festival celebrates 60 years

by Susan Danz
With festivities celebrating the first official Robin Hood Festival in 1954, this year’s Robin Hood Festival July 18-19 promises to be a special event for people of all ages. We’ll be honoring…
(Image is Clickable Link) Volunteers set up SheleterBox tents in Syria. The humanitarian group provides shelter and equipment to those involved in disasters.
June 27, 2014

Humanitarian work earns local man presidential award

by Ray Pitz
Learning recently that he would be receiving an award from “the president,” Rob Lucke just naturally assumed it would be the president of ShelterBox, the humanitarian group he’s associated with.…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - John Maximovich is reunited with the firefighters and medical personnel who helped save his life following a heart attack he suffered while
June 25, 2014

Sherwood worker thanks those who saved his life in April

by No author
John Maximovich suffered a heart attack while at his job at Treske Machining At 56 years old, John Maximovich was in reasonably good health. However on Jan. 2, his heart was not. Maximovich, a…
June 01, 2014

Libraries across county launch Summer Reading program on Sunday

by Beaverton Valley Times
All ages are invited to sign-up and log hours for prizes Today is the day for the official launch of the 2014 Washington County Cooperative Library Services Summer Reading program. Readers of…
by: GAZETTE PHOTO: BARBARA SHERMAN - Life is good now for Sherwood High School graduating senior Chris Kuiper (left) and his best friend, Ryan Ax, but they remember the tough times when Chris was bullied in elementary and middle school because he has Tourette Syndrome and Ryan was chastised for standing up for him.
June 01, 2014

Chris Kuiper: A lesson in triumph over adversity

by Barbara Sherman
The SHS senior overcomes the devastating effects of Tourette Syndrome When senior Chris Kuiper is awarded his diploma in Sherwood High School’s graduation ceremony, it also will mark his…

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