The Providence Hood to Coast Relay and Portland To Coast Walk Relay presented by Nike would like to advise traffic flow may be affected in Columbia County starting on Friday, August 23rd to Saturday evening, August 24th.

The police blotter relates to the public record of incidents as reported by law enforcement agencies. All individuals arrested or charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Information printed is preliminary and subject to change.

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The latest Cornelius Pass Closure update from Multnomah County Communications Officer Mike Pullen includes a message from members of the Skyline Grange. In the following update the Grange members stress traffic and fire safety.

Scappoose Mayor Scott Burge received a Mayors Leadership Award during the closing banquet of the Oregon Mayors Association (OMA) Summer Conference, held August 1-3 in Medford, Ore. Mayor Burge was one of four mayors statewide to receive this year’s award. Elgin Mayor Allan Duffy, Cottage Gro…

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New South Columbia County Chamber of Commerce director, Chrissy Marquardt, is a self-professed island girl from Jamaica living on a farm in Scappoose. She comes to the chamber after running her own design and consulting business, Scappoose Web Design, for the past seven years.

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City residents of Rainier can now safely drink their water after a 48-hour water boil advisory was lifted at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, August 20.

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The latest Cornelius Pass Closure update from Multnomah County Communications Officer Mike Pullen includes a message from members of the Skyline Grange. In the following update the Grange members stress traffic and fire safety.

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On Monday, August 19, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of Multnomah, Washington, and Columbia Counties will host their 26th Annual CASA Golf Classic at the Langdon Farms Golf Club.

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Rainier city officials have announced that the $12.2 million Rainier A Street Improvement Project is in high gear this week. On Tuesday, Aug. 13, work on relocation of the rail line and replacement of a storm drainage line was scheduled.

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The Port of Columbia County voted four to one to hold the ground lease for NEXT Renewable Fuels, Inc. until their next port commission meeting on August 28, where the lease will be on the agenda again as a resolution.

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The police blotter relates to the public record of incidents as reported by law enforcement agencies. All individuals arrested or charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Information printed is preliminary and subject to change.

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It’s summer which means it’s time to get outside, and in that spirit The Columbia City Community Library is inviting the community to take a “Literary Walk in the Park” through the city’s ten beautiful public parks.

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MTR Western, the agency Columbia County has contracted to provide buses for CC Rider, has informed the county transit service it wants to raise its hourly increase, but different people have provided different figures for what that increase should be.

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A joint collaboration for one of the county’s yearly National Night Out events, a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie, brought together the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), Columbia River Fire & Rescue (CRFR) and th…

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In November, St. Helens residents will vote on a measure for a bond to raise funds for an upgrade and remodel of St. Helens High School.