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Well, we’re well into Phase II of reopening, and so far, so good. It’s been kind of rainy and we’ve actually slowed down a little after being non-stop since this COVID-19 thing started. But now people are getting some projects done and things are opening up.


Well, here we are with my second column in The Chronicle and The Chief. We hope you’re enjoying the information! Today I’d like to acquaint you with one of the programs here at Dahlgren’s Do-It-Best that I’ve been working on ... pole barns.

The St. Helens City Council will meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 11. This is a continuation of the Goal Setting Retreat they had on February 26. The public is welcome to attend and observe, however, no public comments will be taken.

Bethany Lutheran Church’s annual Quilt Show is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, February 7 and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, February 8 at the little white church, located at 34721 Church Road in Warren.

Quitting tobacco is complicated. But it’s possible.

A workshop, “Immigration Law in 2020,” will be held at the Columbia County Law Library from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 270 S. First St. in St. Helens.


View the online version of our 2019 Season's Greetings publication here!

Brian McBride, a 23-year-old Clatskanie native now residing in Santa Rosa, California, has recently published his third novel, “Sons of Slaughter.”