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St. Helens Chronicle
The Chronicle is Columbia County's leading newspaper, serving the St. Helens and Scappoose areas. Published every Wednesday; online 24 hours
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St. Helens Chronicle 4h
Garden Plots: Extension classes are blooming right now
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St. Helens Chronicle 7h
“We can’t be everywhere at once. So, if there’s something blocking the road or an issue that people are seeing, we just encourage them to give us a call.”
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St. Helens Chronicle 8h
The bill would greatly expand opportunities for students in Oregon’s 17 community colleges – many of which operate in some of the most rural reaches of the state – by allowing them to obtain bachelor’s degrees.
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 18
We will require that families separated at the border be reunified immediately, receive legal counsel and will require that parents are constantly updated about their children until they are reunited.
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 18
This is a scholarship created for a Columbia County high school senior.
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 18
“Sugino is a great addition to the OMIC R&D partnership and we are pleased to welcome them as our newest member. They have developed technologies using high pressure water jets that demonstrates clear innovation in metals manufacturing."
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 17
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 16
Columbia Co. Warming Center: Open tonight from 8:00 pm - 8:00 am. Check in from 8:00-10:00 pm. 125 N. 17th Street, St. Helens. 503-410-5800
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 16
All 169 Fallen Heroes left behind a spouse, children, parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and family. In 2018, 86 firefighters died in the line of duty around the U.S., 2 were from Oregon.
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 16
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 16
Her loving nature carried over to her work, as she worked as a duty aide and custodian for the St. Helens School District. A simple run to the store often included a hug from students and an introduction to their parents.
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 15
This is the second year that the Columbia City Community Library has sponsored an after-school program.
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 15
Oregon earns failing grades in tobacco prevention and taxation
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 15
“The speech was a celebration of what the President’s policies have done for all Americans, especially women, African-Americans, Hispanics, and Asians.”
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 14
The News/Advertiser for This Week
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 14
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 14
Have you been wondering where all of those mysterious Valentines came from today? Here's the lovable scoop!
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 14
“There is, in fact, a crisis at our border. But it’s a humanitarian crisis that President Trump and his administration created with their family separation policy."
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 14
“Reduce that stigma by reaching out to your co-workers.” Hill points out several factors that impact mental health this time of year. Cold,...
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St. Helens Chronicle Feb 14
St. Helens community members will face higher utility rates in 2019.
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