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ST. HELENS HOLDS “ALL ABOUT WATER” RADIO PROGRAM ON KOHI

When you turn on your faucet at home, you expect instant access to clean water for drinking, cooking and cleaning. Most people don’t think twice about their tap water as long as it continues to flow through their pipes. As … Continue reading

SPIRIT OF HALLOWEENTOWN DESCENDS ON ST. HELENS, OREGON WITH RELEASE OF 2016 EVENT AGENDA

2016 Season includes return visit of actress Kimberly J. Brown as Marnie from the Disney “Halloweentown” movie St. Helens, Ore. – Each year, a small city in northern Oregon embraces the Halloween spirit with a month-long celebration of spooky events … Continue reading

HIGH DEMAND, SIGNIFICANT REVENUE POTENTIAL FOR ST. HELENS LAGOON PROPOSAL

New report finds repurposing wastewater treatment lagoon could generate up to $137 million ST. HELENS – A market analysis report released by the City of St. Helens (the City) provides new insight into how the City might repurpose a wastewater … Continue reading

ST. HELENS PUBLIC LIBRARY ADDS BACK HOURS IN NEW BUDGET YEAR

Beginning July 11, 2016, the St. Helens Public Library will increase its hours of operation on Mondays to remain open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. In March 2014, the Library reduced its hours from closing at 7 p.m. on … Continue reading

CITY OF ST. HELENS ISSUES YEARLY WATER QUALITY REPORT

The City of St. Helens has issued its 2015 water quality report detailing the results of water testing, in addition to information such as water conservation tips and essential utility billing information. The City’s drinking water meets or surpasses all … Continue reading

ST. HELENS WATERFRONT REDEVELOPMENT OPEN HOUSE

The City of St. Helens is hosting an open house to receive community feedback regarding the St. Helens Waterfront Redevelopment Project planning efforts. The open house will be held on Wednesday, July 6, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at … Continue reading

MAKE ART FOR ST. HELENS PARKS ON JULY 4

The St. Helens Arts & Cultural Commission (ACC) will host its sixth annual Trash Can Painting Competition on Monday, July 4 starting at 9:30 a.m. in Columbia View Park. Three top prizes of $150 will be awarded at 5 p.m. … Continue reading

ST. HELENS ARTS & CULTURAL COMMISSION LAUNCHES KICKSTARTER FOR GATEWAY SCULPTURE PROJECT: PHASE TWO

On Wednesday, June 1, 2016, the St. Helens Arts & Cultural Commission (ACC) will launch their first Kickstarter campaign to help fund the fabrication and installation of two sculptures, called the Salmon Tree Cycle, at the south entrance of St. … Continue reading

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR VISITS LIBRARY

The St. Helens Public Library will host Portland author Ruth Wariner on Tuesday, June 7, at 7 p.m. in the Columbia Center Auditorium. Wariner will read from her memoir “The Sound of Gravel.” An instant New York Times Bestseller, “The … Continue reading

LIBRARY HOSTS AUTHOR WRITERS’ WORKSHOP AND BOOK READING

St. Helens Public Library will host author Tricia Brown for a writers’ workshop and book reading on Tuesday, May 17 starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Library. A former Columbia County resident and author of more than two dozen books, … Continue reading