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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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Jo retired in the 1980’s after spending 20 years as a medical transcriptionist and later as secretary to the hospital administrator at Columbia District Hospital in St. Helens. The “Cookie Lady” greeted people with kindness and left them feeling...
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Oregon firefighter strike teams continue critical work on the Camp Fire that is burning in Butte County, California. There are currently 75 fire engines and around 300 personnel assigned to the incident from Oregon.
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She was devoted to serving her God and involved at Grace Baptist Church for 65 years. She started singing as a child. She was a soloist and choir member. She continued singing until her last days.
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HAPPENING NOW: The unveiling of the “This is Us St. Helens” community art project.
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 15
HAPPENING NOW: until 2 p.m. at the Moose Lodge, the 22nd annual Columbia Community Mental Health Thanksgiving Dinner! “This is an event to celebrate the accomplishments of the clients and to say thank you to our community supporters.”
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 15
“We’re always excited to see how much "Be a Santa to a Senior" boosts seniors’ spirits during the holiday season."
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 15
"I have received an extraordinary number of calls about black bear and cougar this fall from locations throughout Columbia County. Do these calls represent a dramatic increase in both species?"
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 14
Witt attributed the tightness of the to race to party loyalties more than any policies or programs.
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 14
“It’s the first one we’ve ever done and it seems like it’s a big hit wherever they go. It should be a big draw for the community.”
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 14
This year, local residents are spearheading a special fireworks tribute in honor of Ed Lokken and all the volunteers who have contributed to the annual Fourth of July fireworks show over the years.
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 13
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 12
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 12
Oregon firefighters and disaster responders were deployed to assist with the Camp Fire in California, a 113,000-acre blaze that has killed at least 29 people and destroyed 6,453 known residences.
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 12
Smoking cigarettes kills more Americans than alcohol, car accidents, HIV, guns, and illegal drugs combined.
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 12
“All kinds of people belong to our community. Together we are a strong, cohesive group. ‘This Is Us St. Helens’ demonstrates this in a concrete and inclusive way.”
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 12
“This job’s pretty stressful, but you don’t realize it until something changes. Here at the courthouse, the staff, the judges, court staff or DA staff, they’ll come over just to get what they call a ‘Tilda fix.”
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 11
She was an active member at the St. Helens Elks Lodge # 1999. She loved life, her children, and grandchildren.
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 11
Under clear blue skies (a dramatic change from the past few years), flags were unfurled, prayers were made in thanks and memoriam, and patriotic songs were sung by about 150 gathered towns’ people, veterans, and non-veterans.
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St. Helens Chronicle Nov 11
Ray was a jack of all trades who was always there to extend a helping hand to relatives, friends and strangers. His love for talking with people meant that those he met and helped never remained strangers for long.
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