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Oregon reports seven additional deaths, 1,314 new COVID-19…

Oregon reports seven additional deaths, 1,314 new COVID-19…

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New and presumptive cases bring state's total cases to 75,431; deaths reach 912.
Wild Currant Catering in St. Helens weathers the pandemic

Wild Currant Catering in St. Helens weathers the pandemic

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The popular catering service provides anything from simple party trays to feasts for hundreds
The Sande School of Horsemanship offers a chance for…

The Sande School of Horsemanship offers a chance for…

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The Warren facility gives students a chance to develop friendships and trust with horses
NEXT Renewable Fuels president fired

NEXT Renewable Fuels president fired

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Lou Soumas fired by board of directors; company says Port Westward project will continue
Christmas ships will be returning to St. Helens

Christmas ships will be returning to St. Helens

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The popular event does have social restrictions, to help keep everybody safe from COVID-19
Oregon Trail Lanes celebrates a milestone

Oregon Trail Lanes celebrates a milestone

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The popular bowling facility in St. Helens just recorded a 300 game. The bowling lane just had its 60th birthday.
Columbia County economic panel boosts new, existing business

Columbia County economic panel boosts new, existing business

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Board of 13 team members is banding together to promote the local economy amid COVID-19.
South Columbia County restaurants face another shutdown…

South Columbia County restaurants face another shutdown…

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Due to the 'freeze' announced by Gov. Kate Brown, restaurants will be limited to takeout only.
Food bank receives $125K grant

Food bank receives $125K grant

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Grant funds will replace worn-out equipment and purchase more food to distribute
13-year-old Scappoose soccer player hopes to attend camp in…

13-year-old Scappoose soccer player hopes to attend camp in…

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Grayson Miner enjoys the sport of soccer and is a member of the Scappoose Soccer Club
Oregon Gov. Brown announces new coronavirus restrictions

Oregon Gov. Brown announces new coronavirus restrictions

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For 21 counties, including Portland area, they start Dec. 3 after current freeze ends.
CCSO: Sauvie Island couple find stranger in home

CCSO: Sauvie Island couple find stranger in home

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The couple reportedly arrived home to find Jesse William Ioerger sitting at their kitchen table with a gun.
21 deaths reported in daily record for COVID-19 in Oregon

21 deaths reported in daily record for COVID-19 in Oregon

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Tuesday's report from the Oregon Health Authority also added 1,011 new cases to the state's running tally.
Man arrested for allegedly stealing four cars in 24 hours

Man arrested for allegedly stealing four cars in 24 hours

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Man accused of stealing multiple cars in Scappoose, driving into curbs and fences
Missing Yankton woman found Monday evening

Missing Yankton woman found Monday evening

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Hunters reported spotting the missing woman and her two dogs three days after she had last been seen.
Columbia County sees third COVID-19 death

Columbia County sees third COVID-19 death

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Case counts are increasing as the state enters a two-week 'freeze' mandated by Gov. Kate Brown.
Yankton woman missing since Friday night

Yankton woman missing since Friday night

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Columbia County Search and Rescue is looking for a woman who went missing from her farm.
Oregon restaurants sue Brown over indoor, outdoor dining ban

Oregon restaurants sue Brown over indoor, outdoor dining ban

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A federal lawsuit says a two-week 'freeze' issued by the governor is unlawful, inequitable.
Deceased inmate had requested doctor before death, inmates…

Deceased inmate had requested doctor before death, inmates…

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Fellow inmates of woman who died in Columbia County Jail say she appeared ill, requested medical attention
Miller elected to Scappoose City Council

Miller elected to Scappoose City Council

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Tyler Miller to fill open seat on city council after tight race, certified election results show
Native American arts and crafts store opens in Scappoose

Native American arts and crafts store opens in Scappoose

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Native American Art, Crafts and Jewelry is welcoming customers to the business on the Columbia River Highway.
Fees waived at state parks for day after Thanksgiving

Fees waived at state parks for day after Thanksgiving

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Visitors to Oregon State Parks should practice social distancing and limit the size of their gatherings.
Pamplin President: This Thanksgiving, we're thanking our…

Pamplin President: This Thanksgiving, we're thanking our…

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Oregon reports 1,099 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths

Oregon reports 1,099 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths

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The state now has a total of 59,669 cases since the outbreak began, along with 788 deaths.
Columbia County Police Logs: Nov. 6-14, 2020

Columbia County Police Logs: Nov. 6-14, 2020

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This week's calls include: a shot decoy, stolen wood and a reported street fight.
Tornadoes can happen here, but they are usually weak

Tornadoes can happen here, but they are usually weak

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An expert from the National Weather Service says Oregon can experience a couple of tornadoes a year.
Oregon bottle redemption rule suspended for statewide freeze

Oregon bottle redemption rule suspended for statewide freeze

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Stores will not be required to accept bottles and cans during the 'statewide freeze,' but BottleDrop centers will remain open.
South Columbia County Chamber of Commerce plans holiday…

South Columbia County Chamber of Commerce plans holiday…

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Event will feature handmade items and will run for three weekends beginning Dec. 4 and 5.
Governor fights COVID-19 increase with 'critical…

Governor fights COVID-19 increase with 'critical…

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UPDATE: A two-week freeze could last four weeks in Multnomah and Washington counties, hit by spikes in coronavirus cases.
Travel advisory announced for West Coast states

Travel advisory announced for West Coast states

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The travel restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19 are announced before a noon press conference by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown.

Law library to offer parenting class

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Law library to offer parenting class
The grant will fund a class that is required by courts for parents getting a divorce or determining child custody

County backtracks on jail reimbursement

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County backtracks on jail reimbursement
Sheriff, commissioners had agreed to reimburse $190k in January but attorney now says they've reconsidered

Columbia County is turning red

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Columbia County is turning red
Republican state, federal candidates swept Columbia County contests; but Democrat-backed ballot measures also passed

Scappoose Fire has busy summer helping out with…

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Scappoose Fire has busy summer helping out with…
Local crews fight blazes in Oregon, Washington and California, providing relief to neighbors.

Scappoose Airpark gets new lettering

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Scappoose Airpark gets new lettering
Twenty-foot white letters painted near taxiway thanks to the Ninety-Nines, an organization of women pilots.

Watts House to be lit up, but public event won't be…

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Watts House to be lit up, but public event won't be…
Youngsters will have to miss Santa's visit to Scappoose this year, but the holiday lights will still be turned on.

South Columbia County schools aim for Jan. 4…

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South Columbia County schools aim for Jan. 4…
Officials warn that a holiday spike in COVID-19 cases could delay a hoped-for reopening in local districts

State audit recommends diverting unclaimed Bottle…

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State audit recommends diverting unclaimed Bottle…
Oregon's iconic system collects more bottles and cans than other states' programs.

Tornado hits St. Helens

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Tornado hits St. Helens
National Weather Service confirms small tornado hit neighborhood; no injuries reported

Columbia County Police Logs: Nov. 1-5, 2020

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Columbia County Police Logs: Nov. 1-5, 2020
This week's calls include: driving into the ditch, evading a trooper and a jacket theft.

As pandemic surges, Oregon governor orders a 'pause'

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As pandemic surges, Oregon governor orders a 'pause'
Brown's decree limits social gatherings in three Portland-area counties, plus Marion County.

Homecoming Week at Scappoose High School will have…

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Homecoming Week at Scappoose High School will have…
Students are still planning fun activities this week, though the pandemic has put a crimp on tradition.

Protesters clash at 'stop the steal' rally at…

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Protesters clash at 'stop the steal' rally at…
Anger at the results of the presidential election drew hundreds to the Oregon State Capitol in Salem; police announced four arrests following…

St. Helens man files lawsuit against city, DA

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St. Helens man files lawsuit against city, DA
Plaintiff says he was falsely charged in sexual assault case; prosecutors withheld evidence from his attorney

Elected officials speak out on win by…

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Elected officials speak out on win by…
Portland's mayor is among the first in Oregon to congratulate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on winning the election.

Scappoose SD repeals restriction on public comments

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Scappoose SD repeals restriction on public comments
Public comments once again allowed on both agenda and non-agenda items at school board meetings

Scappoose Bay Watershed Council helps preserve…

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Scappoose Bay Watershed Council helps preserve…
Volunteers are welcome to join Dana Pricher and the nonprofit council at various project sites this fall

Mini library built for teen's Eagle Scout project

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Mini library built for teen's Eagle Scout project
Member of Scappoose's Troop 294 is set to join first cohort of female Eagle Scouts

Scappoose Public Library striving to serve patrons…

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Scappoose Public Library striving to serve patrons…
Scappoose facility still offers many choices, including books, computers and DVDs

Veterans Breakfast in Scappoose will change venues

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Veterans Breakfast in Scappoose will change venues
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's November event will be held at Scappoose Bagel.

Scappoose High teacher experiences pros, cons of…

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Scappoose High teacher experiences pros, cons of…
Instructor Mark Sprenger says students aren't the only ones adjusting to the pandemic.

Democrats keep supermajorities in Oregon Legislature

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Democrats keep supermajorities in Oregon Legislature
One Republican representative and one senator lose, but GOP gains seats on the coast.

Voters approve Oregon's four statewide ballot…

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Voters approve Oregon's four statewide ballot…
State supports campaign finance reform, tobacco taxes, psilocybin therapy and decriminalization of hard drugs.

Two incumbents continue to lead in Scappoose City…

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Two incumbents continue to lead in Scappoose City…
Megan Greisen and Peter McHugh have the most votes in the race for 4-year terms on the council

Two new city councilors likely in St. Helens

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Two new city councilors likely in St. Helens
The latest returns show incumbent city council member Ginny Carlson is trailing Jessica Chilton

Suburban Democrats holding strong in Westside…

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Suburban Democrats holding strong in Westside…
However, Republicans flipped House District 32, based on the North Coast, from Democratic control.

Democrats sweep three statewide offices in Oregon

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Democrats sweep three statewide offices in Oregon
Shemia Fagan wins for secretary of state; Tobias Read and Ellen Rosenblum are re-elected.

Columbia County Police Logs: Oct. 16-30, 2020

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Columbia County Police Logs: Oct. 16-30, 2020
Over two weeks, calls include: an abandoned vehicle on Sauvie Island, fighting at the dispensary and a locked-out renter.

Magruder, Garrett, Clarke win Columbia County races

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Magruder, Garrett, Clarke win Columbia County races
Casey Garrett and Margaret Magruder elected to Columbia County Board of Commissioners

Firearm measure passes

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Firearm measure passes
Measure 5-278 would prohibit Columbia County from enforcing most gun regulations

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