13 Nights on the River, the St. Helens annual waterfront music festival, is returning after having been initially canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dance has always been a part of my life,” Olivia DeShaver, a 16-year old St. Helens resident, said. “I grew up with brothers who dance and that started here and I have just loved it ever since.”
The City of St. Helens Recreation Program has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Trail Blazers Foundation Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation.
Over the July 4 holiday weekend, Columbia County saw 10 additional cases of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases. Statewide, through the holiday, the number of cases surged over 10,000.
Governor Kate Brown today launched a statewide public awareness campaign with Portland-based ad agency Wieden+Kennedy to inform Oregonians about the urgent importance of wearing face coverings when out in public.
The Scappoose School Board has taken action following public concerns about alleged comments made by board member Tim Brooks on his Facebook page.
The Oregon Health Authority is reporting 281 new confirmed or presumptive COVID-19 cases. It is the largest spike of cases since the pandemic occurred in Oregon in March.
As thousands of people across Columbia County and the state continue to struggle with gaining pandemic-related unemployment claims through the Oregon Employment Department, state Rep. Brad Witt is asking for an audit of the agency.
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The latest COVID-19 numbers released on Tuesday, June 30, by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) show Columbia County's total cases at 30 with no deaths associated from the virus.
As we wait to see the specifics for the new school year ahead in school districts throughout Columbia County, the Oregon Department of Education has released new, updated guidelines for the schools across the state.