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Violent Crime:7
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:1
Forcible Rape:4
Aggravated Assault:1
Property Crime:182
Larceny Theft:161
Motor Vehicle Theft:7
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Total population of residents18,194
White resident population recorded16,097
Black or African American resident population recorded144
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded87
Asian resident population recorded630
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded61
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded1,279
Resident population of some other race recorded498
Resident population of two or more races recorded677
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Sherwood City Council's drama continues, but there are signs that tensions may be cooling
Even though there was some tension at the end of the session, it looks like the in-fighting and arguments that have defined the last two months might finally be coming to a close. The Sherwood City Council got through an entire meeting on Tuesday night without any drama – almost.But even though there was some tension at the end of the session, when the councilors are given a chance to speak about whatever they like, it looks like the in-fighting and arguments that have defined the last two months might finally be coming to a close.The topic that caused disagreement at the council’s last meeting – proposed amendments to the council rules – was approved unanimously by the council on Tuesday with little discussion, and none of it contentious. The mayor now clearly has the authority to make all liaison appointments to city and non-city boards and commissions, but the council must also approve all appointments. And all councilors now have greater authority over meeting agendas – not just the mayor.The council rules’ previous vagueness gave Councilor Dave Grant the ability in February to make a successful motion to replace Krisanna Clark with Matt Langer as the council’s liaison to the Sherwood Chamber of Commerce while Mayor Bill Middleton was out of town. The move blew open tensions between and among the councilors and business community.When the amendments to the rules were approved without drama, it looked like the council would get through its first public meeting in some time without someone taking a shot at someone else. But Langer, who has largely sat quietly during meetings over the past months despite his personal involvement in the issues that have caused tension, spoke up at the end of the session, addressing comments made by Middleton and Clark at the last meeting.Langer, whose family sold the land that is being developed into a Walmart that has divided certain members of the community, said he has “sat here quietly…and had a lot of stones thrown at me this year.” He said once the “stones” started being thrown from others on the council, he felt compelled to respond. Middleton, Langer said, was “clearly” targeting Langer when he made his comments about the Walmart’s divisiveness and the fact that “we have people on here [the city council] still pushing that [Walmart] agenda.”“That was a cheap shot with no good intent to serve our people,” Langer said. He and Grant also asked Middleton to apologize to Terrie Emmons – whose family has been involved with the Sherwood YMCA, itself caught in a tenuous relationship with the city – for his attempt to bar her from speaking at the council’s April 1 meeting.“I’m afraid that sort of treatment…is intimidating and decreases the amount of public involvement we get at these meetings. … I don’t think there’s any secret in why she was targeted in the way she was,” Langer said, referring to Middleton’s and Clark’s support of a city review of its operating agreement with the YMCA.In a turn of the tables – at recent meetings, Langer has sat quietly and Middleton has been outspoken – Middleton did offer a mea culpa.“I was also confronted by my wife,” Middleton said. “So I also have to apologize for my behavior last meeting.”Middleton appeared to want to put the matter to rest.“I think things are going to work a lot better here. … We’re no longer going to air our petty differences, hopefully,” Middleton said. He added that he met with Council President Linda Henderson and Councilor Robyn Folsom after the previous meeting ended to discuss how to move forward in light of the recent disagreement.Henderson said she was “optimistic” about moving forward and said she thinks she and Middleton will “go back to the way it was before the Chamber [of Commerce] issue. … We were a pretty good team.”Folsom said the meeting was Middleton’s idea and called it “a very positive experience.” She noted that the mayor’s previous service as chief of the police department and helping lead a Criminal Investigation Task Force during the war in Iraq was far different from his job as mayor.“His life of leading has been completely different from what he’s been asked to do as a consensus builder. … It’s very different when you’re working with a group of seven,” Folsom said.She added: “To the mayor’s great credit, he wanted to improve the situation.”-- Luke Hammill
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

Best photos from Sam Barlow High School prom 2014
The 2014 Oregon high school prom season continued Saturday night as Sam Barlow students celebrated prom at Portland's Left Bank Annex. The 2014 Oregon high school prom season continued Saturday night as Sam Barlow students celebrated prom at Portland's Left Bank Annex. Photographer Mike Lloyd was there to capture the festivities with more than 70 photos of students celebrating 'A Night Under the Stars.' Check out our favorite photos from Barlow's prom and stay with us for more coverage of Oregon high school proms over the next two months. Here's a full schedule of our prom coverage: FULL GALLERY: View more photos from Barlow promPORTLAND, OREGON -- April 12, 2014 -- Sam Barlow High School's prom, 'A Night Under the Stars,' was a night of fun at the Left Bank Annex in Portland. Michael Lloyd/The Oregonian Gaston High School, April 5 (photos, video) Sam Barlow, April 12 (photos) Rex Putnam, April 19 Franklin, April 26 Lincoln, April 26 Wilson, April 26 Beaverton, May 3 Lakeridge, May 3 Sunset, May 3 Aloha, May 10 Clackamas, May 10 Liberty, May 10 Sherwood, May 10 Tualatin, May 10 Westview, May 10 ACMA, May 17 La Salle, May 17 Milwaukie, May 17 Merlo Station, May 17 Grant, May 30 Century, May 31 Glencoe, May 31 International School of Beaverton, May 31
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

Sam Barlow High School prepares for 'Night Under the Stars': 2014 Oregon proms
This is the second week of our 2014 Oregon Prom coverage. Throughout the spring, our photographers will fan out across the region as students arrive in their gowns and tuxedos. Saturday, Sam Barlow High School takes its turn on the dance floor for prom night. 'A Night Under the Stars' is the theme, and the Left Bank Annex is the place. Our cameras will be there to capture the fun, glitz and glamour. This is the second week of our 2014 Oregon Prom coverage. Throughout the spring, our photographers will fan out across the region as students arrive in their gowns and tuxedos. will be the hub for our prom coverage. Look there Saturday and Sunday for Sam Barlow High photos. For a fun flashback, check out the 2013 Sam Barlow Prom at Portland State.  Parents, students and teachers can add their own photos via Twitter and Instagram using #ORprom. See all the photos with the #ORprom hashtag.  Have a glorious prom, Barlow. And don't forget to smile! Coming soon: Rex Putnam, April 19 (2013 prom) Forest Grove, April 26 (2013 prom) Franklin, April 26  (2013 prom) Lincoln, April 26 (2013 prom) Wilson, April 26 (2013 prom) Beaverton, May 3 (2013 prom) Lakeridge, May 3 (2013 prom) Sunset, May 3 (2013 prom) Banks, May 3 (2013 prom) Aloha, May 10 (2013 prom) Clackamas, May 10 Liberty, May 10 (2013 prom) Sherwood, May 10 Tualatin, May 10 (2013 prom) Westview, May 10 (2013 prom) ACMA, May 17 (2013 prom) La Salle, May 17 Milwaukie, May 17 Merlo Station, May 17 (2013 prom) Grant, May 30 (2013 prom) Century, May 31 (2013 prom) Glencoe, May 31 (2013 prom) International School of Beaverton, May 31  -- Kjerstin Gabrielson
Happening April 11 2014 - Source:

Oregon ghost conference, Willamette Symphony Orchestra: 5 things to do this weekend in Clackamas Co
My list includes a three-day ghost affair, a country farm self-guided tour, a Willamette Symphony Orchestra concert, a zany farce presented by the Clackamas Repertory Theatre, and a swap meet for music lovers. View full sizeRocky Smith will co-host the annual Oregon Ghost Conference this weekend in Oregon City.Oregon Ghost Conference Oregon Ghost Conference: Presentations, classes, tours and vendors will be featured at the annual event happening Friday through Sunday, April 11-13, in Oregon City. The conference will be based at the Pioneer Community Center, 615 Fifth St. Admission is free. Highlights include special investigations and tours of Oregon City locations, more than 40 vendors, a meet-and-greet event, a round-table paranormal panel discussion, and a couple of after parties.View full sizeThe Mt. View Cemetery, established in 1854, is on the tour schedule at the Oregon Ghost Conference. Kids can learn about what it takes to be a real ghost hunter and get hands-on investigation practice exploring the haunted Pioneer Center with paranormal investigators. Other workshops will offer tips on how to find your psychic voice, perform paranormal investigations, and read tarot cards. Ghost conference hosts William Becker and Rocky Smith will lead a tour of the historic Mt. View Cemetery from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday. View full sizeThe cemetery tour includes a stop at the grave of infant John Barclay, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Forbes Barclay. He was buried in December 1847 and is the first-known burial at the Mt. View Cemetery. The first-known burial occurred there in December 1847 for infant John Barclay, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Forbes Barclay. The second oldest headstone belongs to Dr. William Allen, who died June 9, 1851. Tickets are $8. For details, visit or call 503-657-8287. For event and workshop reservations, call 503-484-3556. ************************************************************************View full sizeMeet a llama during the Country Farm Spring Tour happening this weekend and next in the Wilsonville/Tualatin/Sherwood area.Findley Merritt/The Oregonian Country Farm Spring Tour: Come spend a day in the country. The self-guided family-friendly tour covers five small farms -- all located within minutes of each other in the Tualatin/Sherwood/Wilsonville area. The annual event takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday, April 11-13 and April 18-20. Highlights include animal shows and exhibits, demonstrations, wine-tastings, and food, arts and craft, antique and other vendors.People can learn how to weave with alpaca fibers, how to care for livestock, and how the farms incorporate green practices. Admission is free with a food donation for the local food bank. Details and the map are available at or call 503-625-6023. ********************************************************************** View full size Patrick Weinberg of Portland combs through the offerings at the Record Bonanza in Canby. Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian/2012   Record Bonanza: People can buy, sell and trade old and new records, LPs, compact discs, tapes, posters, books, sheet music, photographs and memorabilia from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 13, at Record Bonanza at the Clackamas County Event Center. More than 70 vendors will be featured at the 31st annual event in the Main Pavilion Building, 694 N.E. Fourth Ave. View full size Vendor Oleta Wetherell of Tacoma shows off a 78 of Irving Berlin's 'Blue Skies.' Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian   'We are the oldest and just about the biggest annual swap meet in the Pacific Northwest,' said Don Rogers of Canby, who founded the event and mans several tables at the show. 'We've got stuff from the 1920s to current day and every genre you can think of -- from rock and roll to classical to show tunes to country western.' The giant swap meet draws an average of 350 to 500 people per year. View full sizeDon Rogers is adding concert posters to his table this year.Don Rogers This year Rogers is selling some of his concert posters. 'I have about two dozen mints ... ones from the 1960s and 1970s,' he said. 'A couple of other dealers will bring some too.'  Admission is $3 and parking is free. For information, contact Rogers at 503-651-2780 or***********************************************************************Sundays at Three: Clackamas Repertory Theatre will continue it's staged play-reading series with 'One Slight Hitch.'Directed by Travis Nordurft, the  event will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 13, in the Osterman Theatre at Clackamas Community College.The zany farce was written by comedian Lewis Black, best known for his appearances on 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.' It is  set in 1981 Cincinnati, and Courtney Coleman is about to be married in a lavish ceremony. That is until her attractive, flaky ex-boyfriend shows up, throwing the entire day into chaos. Add a libidinous sister, an uptight fiance, a tippling father and a mother obsessing over shrimp boats, and a riotous day unfolds.The fifth annual Sundays at Three series features plays by contemporary American playwrights and all are area premieres. It will conclude May 4 with 'Don't Go Gentle,' written by Stephen Belber and directed by Annie Rimmer.The readings are followed with talk backs with the actors and director and free cookies and coffee. The series concludes May 4 with 'Don't Go Gentle,' by Stephen Belber, directed by Annie Rimmer. Tickets are $10 and are available online at or at the box office in the Niemeyer Center. For more information call 503-594-6047.***********************************************************************Willamette Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert: The concert will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 13, at the Oregon City United Methodist Church, 18955 S. South End Road. Conducted by Mark Perlman, the line up includes:Brahms: Academic Festival OvertureMozart: Magic Flute OvertureElgar: Serenade for StringsRichard Strauss: Wind Serenade, Op. 7Mozart: first movement from Wind Serenade No. 11Morten Lauridsen: O Magnum Mysterium for brassAdmission is $12 for ages 18 and older, $10 for senior citizens and ages 12-17, and free to ages 11 and younger.The orchestra is sponsored by Oregon City Community Schools and BCT (Beavercreek Telephone Company).-- Vickie Kavanagh
Happening April 11 2014 - Source:

Teen twins promote mustang movie to bring awareness of wild horse plight
Lots of 13-year-old girls love horses, but not all of them become advocates for the animals. But for West Linn twins Abigail and Audrey Minch, their passion for horses and activism is gradually gathering speed as they've gotten more involved with the animals. Thanks to the girls' hard work and persistence (and a little help from their mom), the... Audrey and Abigail Minch with a rescue horse at Once Upon a Rescue.Couresy of Micelle Bombet Minch  Lots of 13-year-old girls love horses, but not all of them become advocates for the animals. But for West Linn twins Abigail and Audrey Minch, their passion for horses and activism is gradually gathering speed as they've gotten more involved with the animals. Thanks to the girls' hard work and persistence (and a little help from their mom), the 3-D documentary film 'American Mustang'will screen in Portland next week.  Abigail and Audrey, who attend seventh grade at Rosemont Ridge Middle School, have been riding horses for four years. As part of their Bat Mitzvah, the girls recently began volunteering with Once Upon a Rescue. The Sherwood-based rescue takes in horses from auctions, kill pens and county seizures. The girls also started a small business called Polished Ponies, which sells hand-crafted polo wraps made by Abigail and Audrey. They donate all proceeds to . Then their mother, Michelle Bombet Minch, came across a Kickstarter campaign for a film addressing the plight of wild horses being removed from the wild. The campaign asked people where they thought the film should be screened, and Portland scored the highest votes.  The girls were concerned about what they learned and reached out to the producers on Facebook, offering to help however they could.  'We didn't think it was really fair that the mustangs had to be, like, captured,' Abigail says. Executive producer Ellie Phipps Price says the film explores different options for managing the horses, which are rounded up by the Bureau of Land Management and stockpiled into holding pens.  Eventually, they'll go on to auction and be purchased for rescue or riding, or sold for slaughter in Mexico and Canada.  'They lose their families and freedom and get stockpiled at taxpayer expense,' Phipps Price says.  'Rounding them up, removing from the wild and stockpiling them is a broken system.  Abigail and Audrey now cite the sad statistics: There are now 35,000 mustangs in captivity and only 20,000 in the wild. The land that the mustangs can run free on has been reduced by 25 million acres since 1975. The rallied their school principal to do an assembly at their school. This morning, they presented a PowerPoint presentation to 720 students, joined by Phipps Price. They'll also conduct several meet-and-greets over the next few days and will conduct Q-and-A's at the film's opening next week. Abigail and Audrey have been working to promote the film through social media and set up an information table at a recent horse show in Washington.  'They have been our on-the-ground ambassadors extraordinaire,' Phipps Price says of the girls.  The upcoming events will also feature a hands-on horsemanship demonstration with an Extreme Mustang Makeover horse by Stacey Riggs of Riggs Training and wild horse photographer Mustang Meg.  The family hopes that the film will educate viewers and hopefully move them to action. 'We want people to go to the movie and open their eyes to what's happening basically in their backyard,' Bombet Minch says. 'The government needs to hear our voice and know that there are people who care and that there are other options rather than putting these horses in holding pens and sending them off to slaughter.'  Meet-and-greet details: Lake Oswego Hunt Club: 6:30-8:30 p.m. tonight at the Lake Oswego Hunt Club, 2725 S.W. Iron Mountain Blvd. in Lake Oswego. Abundant Life Church: 6:30pm - 8:30pm Friday at the church, 17241 S.E. Hemrick Road in Damascus. American Mustang will open in Portland on April 18 and will be showing through April 24 at the Regal Fox Tower Stadium, 10846 SW Park Ave. in Portland. Tickets: $11.50-$15; purchase tickets here.  --Monique Balas;
Happening April 10 2014 - Source:

Thomas Murphy named Tigard's first citizen, Allison Burke named 'Miss Portland': Tigard and Sherwoo
Good afternoon, Tigard and Sherwood readers. Here are a few news stories from your communities this Thursday afternoon. Good afternoon, Tigard and Sherwood readers. Here are a few news stories from your communities this Thursday afternoon: Thomas Murphy named Tigard's 'First Citizen' The Tigard Area Chamber of Commerce has named Thomas Murphy – known most recently as the leader of the opposition to Ballot Measure 34-210 – as the city's First Citizen. Murphy, a Downtown Tigard attorney, also chairs Tigard's City Center Advisory Commission and helped establish the Tigard Downtown Alliance. The Tigard Times wrote a full profile of Murphy in light of the award. Tigard's Allison Burke named 'Miss Portland' View full sizeTigard's Allison Burke was named 'Miss Portland'Courtesy of Kerri Burke    It wasn't even a year ago that Allison Burke graduated from Tigard High School. Now, she's been named 'Miss Portland' and will go on to compete for the 'Miss Oregon' title. Burke, 18, is a classical violinist and currently attends Linfield College, where she hopes to earn a degree in nursing. She graduated from Tigard with an International Baccalaureate diploma and currently serves on the Linfield Student Senate. Last year, the Chamber of Commerce named Burke the 'Student Volunteer of the Year.' Man killed by train in Sherwood identified The Oregonian's Kasia Hall reported that after two days, authorities identified the man fatally struck by a Portland & Western Railroad train near Sherwood Monday night. James Yelton, 42, of Tigard, was lying on the tracks around 11:40 p.m. and did not move when a conductor sounded the train's horn from about 150 feet away, officials said. The case is still under investigation. It's still unclear why Yelton was on the tracks. -- Luke Hammill
Happening April 10 2014 - Source:

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Pickup truck hits, kills woman near Sherwood
A Washington County woman was killed on Monday evening when she was struck by a pickup truck on Southwest Elwert Road.
January 14 2014 - Source:

WildCat Haven Sanctuary Employee Renee Radziwon-Chapman Killed by Cougar
Renee Radziwon-Chapman, a Portland, Oregon, resident and employee of the WildCat Haven Sanctuary near Sherwood, was killed in a cougar attack, apparently while she was cleaning a cage on Saturday, November 9. She lived leaves behind her husband and young daughter, Noa Elise. Portland police notified Radziwon-Chapmanā€™s husband of her death. For eight years, Radziwon-Chapman, 36, had been the head ...
November 12 2013 - Source:

Fatal Oregon cougar mauling similar to California lion attack
PORTLAND, Ore. - The mauling death of a longtime employee cleaning a cougar enclosure at a suburban Portland wildcat sanctuary this weekend is eerily similar to that of an intern killed by a lion at a wildcat park in California earlier this year. In the Oregon case, WildCat Haven in Sherwood said its head keeper, Renee Radziwon, 36, of Portland, broke a safety protocol that calls for two ...
November 12 2013 - Source:

Mother says Oregon sanctuary worker killed by cougar had expressed concerns about safety
PORTLAND, Ore. - The longtime employee killed by a cougar this weekend at a suburban Portland animal sanctuary had expressed concerns about safety measures at the facility, her mother said Monday. Renee Radziwon of Portland was killed Saturday while cleaning a cougar enclosure at WildCat Haven in Sherwood. They left her completely alone," her mother, Carol Radziwon, told the Associated Press by ...
November 11 2013 - Source:

Sheriff: 1 dead in animal attack at Ore. sanctuary
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Authorities say an employee at an Oregon animal sanctuary has been attacked and killed by a wildcat. Sgt. Robert Wurpes of the Clackamas County Sheriff's office says the attack was reported Saturday night at WildCat Haven in the suburban Portland community of Sherwood. ...
November 10 2013 - Source:

Lake Oswego, West Linn tie for No. 8 on Movoto's list of best Oregon cities
Lake Oswego and West Linn tied for No. 8 in a list of the top 10 Oregon cities as ranked by Movoto, an online real estate brokerage. The company's blog put Bend at the top of the list, followed by Sherwood, Beaverton, Milwaukie, Oregon City and Tigard. Portland then came in at No. 7, followed by West Linn and Lake Oswego. Happy Valley took the final slot in the top 10. The cities were ordered ...
October 31 2013 - Source:

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