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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 6h
HAPPENING NOW: Cruising the Gut in St. Helens!
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St. Helens Chronicle 7h
Dad graduated from Clackamas High School in 1967 and married the love of his life and high school sweetheart Kathy Hayzlett Chisum in 1968. They moved to St....
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“I think for a first forum it was great. A lot of people showed up and there was a lot of information, but I want to see more discussion and dialogue because that was what was missing.”
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St. Helens Chronicle 12h
New look and name for Port of St. Helens
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St. Helens Chronicle 13h
Witt is proposing to increase the age requirement for purchasing semiautomatic weapons among other restrictions on firearms.
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St. Helens Chronicle 15h
Kiwanis rafle Mustang won by Deer Island resident--Kids with cancer are the real winners
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 20
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 20
News of Kimberly J. Brown's return was confirmed this week in a Wednesday, Sept. 19 St. Helens City Council work session.
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 20
The News/Advertiser for This Week
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 20
Please be mindful and always check the conditions, your local regulations and what you can and cannot burn.
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 20
Effective today, September 20th backyard burning in Columbia County is allowed once again, with a valid permit from the appropriate fire district you reside in. For burning within the Scappoose Fire District a permit can be obtained...
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 20
The speedway will hold its 2018 Awards Banquet Saturday, Oct. 20 at the Columbia City Hall.
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 20
“The records are the most important thing,” said Burns. “You have a right to them and should ask for a copy at each visit with your current veterinarian.”
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 19
It is a fundraiser this year for Todd Smith, who is a long time health and PE teacher, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. He was diagnosed just before the end of last school year.
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 19
"I think it will be epic to see Captain Jack Sparrow get married. I hope tons of people come and help us celebrate because it will be a lot of fun."
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 19
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 19
“We just want to have the community stop by for a free hot dog, get a bag of popcorn, get a balloon and say, you know, our way of saying thank you for keeping us in business for the last 30 years and letting us take care of you.”
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 19
Follow your favorite team in person.
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 19
The Spirit of Halloweentown” is expanding its horizons by adding in actors from the Portland-filmed ‘Grimm’ television series.
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St. Helens Chronicle Sep 18
Mayor Rick Scholl said city officials were in negotiations with Brown and were “very close” to an agreement.
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