The Columbia County Board of Commissioners has approved the $1.5 million purchase of the John Gumm School building, at 251 St. Helens Street, in St. Helens.
"Whoever did this shows a lack of respect," Bayview Cemetery Board member Barbara Thompson said after she learned that the historic grave yard in Warren was vandalized.
The St. Helens City Council is moving forward with plans to build a public safety facility to replace the city's aging police station.
Investigators are carefully looking at what appears to be space debris from a rocket that has washed ashore in Lincoln County.
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.
In two weeks, Columbia County businesses and residents may face new stricter health and safety restrictions under the state's pandemic precautions classifications.
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.
The Oregon Health Authority’s COVID-19 Weekly Report, released today, shows increased daily cases and increases in hospitalizations and deaths from the previous week.
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.
The Oregon House Republicans have issued their recommendations about how to spend Oregon’s portion of the federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act funds.
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.
The City of St. Helens will host an in-person community meeting Tuesday, April 6, to review the proposal to build a new public safety facility building.
The annual St. Helens mEGGa Egg Hunt may not have included the normal facets of a traditional egg hunt, due to COVID-19 concerns, but Columbia County families still showed up in almost full force.
A local group is voicing opposition to expand a mining operation that the group claims will erode the livability of the area and threatened a preserved natural area.
On Saturday, April 3, the CRFR recruit academy assemble at the Lee Broadbent Training Center in St. Helens to conduct a live fire training event.
St. Helens and Scappoose football, volleyball and soccer are through the COVID-impacted Season 2 looking glass, but cross country is in the home stretch before the Northwest Oregon Conference District Meet.