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Morning showers cleared as the sun and blue sky appeared overhead for a community celebration of Rainier's 100-year-old city hall.

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One person had to be cut out of a vehicle following a single vehicle rollover crash along Meissner Road in rural Columbia County.

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Editor's Note: The Chronicle first shared details about St. Helens Police Officer Adam Hartless receiving the department's Life Saving Award on April 2.

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Stepping back in time, might give six local children insight into the future. At least that’s the hope of Rebecca Taylor, organizer of Columbia City’s historic Caples House Museum and Oregon Honorary State Regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

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In two weeks, Columbia County businesses and residents may face new stricter health and safety restrictions under the state's pandemic precautions classifications. 

If you have never had a vegetable garden or your experience vegetable gardening was a long time ago, you may be unsure about how to start and which vegetables to try.

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Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has identified 168 COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough cases—when vaccinated individuals test positive for the virus — through April 2, including three deaths.

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The St. Helens City Council is scheduled today to receive a presentation during its work session updating the development of a public safety facility that would replace the city's aging police station.

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Governor Kate Brown today announced that all Oregonians over the age of 16 will be eligible to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine on April 19. 

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Columbia Pacific Coordinated Care Organization (CPCCO) has announced a partnership with Oregon Health & Science University’s primary care clinic in Scappoose and Columbia County Public Health to expand access to COVID-19 vaccinations in the region.

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The Scappoose Rural Fire Protection District completed its Easter egg hunt adventure in a partnership with local businesses.