New discussions concerning hospital care in Columbia County are likely to be held in the coming months as Oregon moves into the rescue and recovery phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Chronicle published the following story in early October. Over the past several days there have been reports of sightings of deer along Old Portland Road and other areas of the city.
Beth Moody at the Caples House has alerted The Chronicle about an email scam that is being sent to various community members linked to the Columbia City museum's email account.
Columbia Riverkeeper and 1000 Friends of Oregon have filed a legal challenge with the Oregon Lane Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) to Columbia County’s controversial decision to rezone over 830 acres of prime farmland and wetlands for heavy industrial development along the Columbia River.
If you drove past St. Helens High School Monday night, Oct. 25, you might have spotted Columbia River Fire & Rescue (CRFR) trucks and firefighters converging in and out of the campus buildings on Gable Road.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a food safety alert after hundreds of people, including two in Oregon, were diagnosed with Salmonella after eating imported onions.
In the next two years, the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) plans to install more than two dozen new rectangular rapid flashing beacons, an increasingly familiar tool that has helped improve safety on major traffic corridors in the Portland area and around the state.
An Oregon State University’s veterinary college study has found that planting hedgerows in pasture-raised chicken farms may reduce heat stress to help certain chicken breeds grow faster and increase their immune response to better enable them to fight off pathogens.
Thanks to a partnership between Columbia River PUD and the City of St. Helens, the first public electric vehicle (EV) charging station will soon be installed in the St. Helens Riverfront District.
Columbia City Police are now reviewing a report from the Port of Columbia County concerning 'possible misuse' of port funds by former executive director Doug Hayes.
The 2020 crop year is one to be celebrated by the 37,200 farms and ranches that make up Oregon’s diverse agricultural community, including those in Columbia County, according to the Oregon Department of Agriculture.
Finding affordable, quality child care has long been a struggle for families, and the pandemic has only made this situation worse, according to the Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS).
The Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup today completed its review of the federal process and has recommended a booster dose for recipients of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines.
The FBI has received several reports through its Internet Complaint Center (www.ic3.gov) of a new threat that businesses and agencies across the state of Oregon are receiving.
It has been a familiar sound echoing throughout St. Helens each hour but for much of the summer and into this fall, the Columbia County Courthouse bell has been silent and the large clock disabled.
Over the coming weeks, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) will begin reporting approximately 550 deaths among people who died with COVID-19 but whose deaths only became recently known to state epidemiologists due to a technical computer error.
A short-term agreement on a stay of litigation has been signed between the State of Oregon and its co-plaintiffs and the federal government concerning dam operations in the Columbia Basin.
St. Helens Police K-9 Officer Ryder is set to retire in the summer of next year, closing out a career tracking down suspects with charges ranging from felony warrants to robbery and assault.