The Columbia County Racing Association (CCRA) is steering towards the end of the 2019 season.
Columbia County graduate Luke Roth has attended three of Columbia County’s high schools – Scappoose for his first two years, St. Helens for his junior year, and recently graduated after finishing out his high school career in Clatskanie.
The ninth event on the 14-race Columbia County Racing Association (CCRA) schedule at River City Speedway is set for 5 p.m. on Aug. 3 and will include the Northwest Ford Focus Midget Series and the Hudson Garbage sponsored Sunset Challenge.
St. Helens Girls Softball (SHGS) sent two 12U teams, Ultraviolet and Lady Lockdown and one 14U team, Black Ops, to the Oregon C State/Regional Championship Tournament, on June 21 - June 23 in Albany.
The Columbia County Fairgrounds motorsports facility in St. Helens will feature races hosted by Reser’s Fine Foods at 5 p.m. on July 12. The races include a $5 Friday admission for all fans.
Stock car racing heats up at 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 22, at the Columbia County Fairgrounds motorsports facility in St. Helens with the Pape Machinery/Rainier Truck and R.V. Center-sponsored Northwest Modified Series race.
For the St. Helens High Lady Lions softball team, advancing to the OSAA state playoffs for the first time in four years provided them with lots of momentum coming into a matchup against the Hood River Valley Eagles.
The thrilling sights and sounds of the 35th annual stock car racing season return at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 4, at River City Speedway in St. Helens.
57 participants turned out for the Johnny’s Bar & Grill Spring Salmon Derby at the beginning of this month on April 6, which saw Scott White snag the 1st Place prize with his 14.9 lb catch of the day.
Brothers David and Derek Katon ( pictured ) both took home second place medals in the Twin City 3-style Classic in Centralia last Sunday.
Razor clamming reopened from Tillamook Head in Seaside to the mouth of the Columbia River on Friday, March 1. The 18-mile stretch of Clatsop beaches account for 95 percent of Oregon’s razor clam harvest.
ODFW has increased the number of staff available to take hunter reports by phone and encourages hunters to report their big game or turkey tag(s) as soon as possible. Call 1-866-947-6339 (the reporting number printed on all 2018 tags) to report your hunt, or report online via MyODFW.com.
During the two day meet, the Indians 200-yard Freestyle Relay team took sixth in the finals. The team, consisting of of sophomore Will Blair, seniors Panachai Kongja and Quincy Reynolds, and junior Bryant Sharp completed the race in a time of 1:33.00, less than three seconds behind the winne…