Portland Community College has announced that it will not require students or employees to be vaccinated as a condition of employment or enrollment this fall term.
Smoke from a 6,200* acre wildfire on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Central Oregon is expected to drift into Columbia County and other parts of Western Oregon this week.
Portland Community College’s (PCC) Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center (OMIC) Training Center in Scappoose is completed, according to developer and design-builder, Mortensen in Oregon.
In 1965 the St. Helens Junior Chamber of Commerce coordinated with other clubs in the state to connect with the nationwide "Let Freedom Bells Ring on Independence Day" ceremony.
InRoads Credit Union has donated $88,259.15 to Scappoose, St. Helens and Rainier High Schools for the coming school year as part of the agency's Team Up for Schools program.
Cemeteries in Columbia County are slated to receive financial assistance from the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries (OCHC).
In St. Helens, timber is a valuable commodity for the city and the sale of the city-owned timber plots bring in cash to sustain and boost community and economic development.
Scappoose Rural Fire Protection District (SRFP) investigators are seeking public help in finding the person or persons responsible for a seven acre wildfire in the area of Gunners Lake near Scappoose.
CareOregon, in partnership with Columbia Pacific CCO, has announced a $7.5 million investment in behavioral health service providers, including $594,000 to providers serving Columbia, Clatsop and Tillamook counties.
The City of St. Helens’ Parks and Recreation Division has received a $75,000 grant from the K-12 Summer Learning Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation.
As Juneteenth approaches this weekend, Oregon’s U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley and Congresswoman Nikema Williams (GA-05) have introduced the Abolition Amendment.
The St. Helens City Council is seeking businesses, community groups, or residents interested in helping with this year’s Citizens Day in the Park.
A open debris burn ban will take effect at 11 p.m. June 21 within the Columbia River Fire & Rescue (CRFR) district boundaries, that includes private, county, state, and local government lands.
The start of the summer and fall wildfire season began Wednesday across Western Oregon with fire agencies bracing for what could be an intense and damaging season.
The number of adults in Columbia County vaccinated for COVID-19 continues to be below the 65% threshold to move the county out of the High Risk health and safety classification.
Readers of all ages are invited to add some color to their summer as the Scappoose Public Library presents “Reading COLORS your world” as its summer library program.