Broken Taillight Leads to High Speed Chase

Broken Taillight Leads to High Speed Chase

A 20-year-old Williams Man is accused of speeding away from a Colusa County Sheriff’s Deputy when the officer tried to pull him over for a broken tail light. Around 11:20 p.m. on July 20, 2014, the Sheriff’s Deputy spotted a vehicle with three people inside on East Camp Road, outside of Williams. As the deputy […]


Sutter Yuba Association of Realtors ‘Clothes for Kids’

Sutter Yuba Association of Realtors ‘Clothes for Kids’

For several years, the Sutter Yuba Association of Realtors has sponsored its annual ‘Clothes for Kids’ event, that provides a Back-to-School shopping spree for students who need it most. “These students are selected by school staff members who see a child in the need of help,” said Colusa County Realtor, Carmelita Silva, “and with the […]


Wrysinski opens Paramount Realty in Colusa

Wrysinski opens Paramount Realty in Colusa

Colusa County residents who are looking to purchase their dream home or are wanting to sell existing property and are uncertain who to contact, now have a new choice, Paramount Realty. Paramount Realty opened its doors in May 2014 and is locally owned and operated by Colleen Wrysinski of Colusa. “It’s always been a passion […]


Master Gardener’s Host Harvest Day

Master Gardener’s Host Harvest Day

On Saturday, July 19 2014, several dozen community members gathered out at Davis Ranches on Sycamore Slough Road for an opportunity to harvest a wide variety of fruits and citrus, while discussing important topics happening within their gardens. Guest speakers included Richard Hoenisch who discussed invasive insects including the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, and the […]


Fraudulent Callers Target Medical Information

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is warning the public today about fraudulent phone callers seeking to deceive people into revealing sensitive personal health and financial information. The callers, who claim to be representatives of CDPH, contact people to inquire about a surgery or medical procedure in hopes of obtaining personal information such as […]


Premier Mushroom Grant Program Available at Colusa Farmers Market

Premier Mushroom Grant Program Available at Colusa Farmers Market

The fourth annual Premier Mushrooms Inc. Grant Program was launched during the month of June in conjunction with the opening of the Colusa Farmers Market. For the past three years, the local mushroom company has donated fresh mushrooms to the market, each week. Organized by the Colusa County Chamber of Commerce, proceeds from the sale […]


Robles Honored in Grimes Parade

Robles Honored in Grimes Parade

As the semi-annual ‘Celebrate Grimes Parade’ headed through the town of Grimes on July 4th something a little different from past years took place. There was a celebration of not only the town but also of one of its native sons now gone. The honorary Grand Marshall of the parade was the late Simon (Sy) […]


Wedding Announcement
Morton-Newton

Wedding Announcement <br /> Morton-Newton

Colusa County Historical Researcher, John L. Morton, of Colusa, CA and Barbara J. Newton of Coos Bay, Oregon (originally from Woodland, CA) officially became engaged on December 14, 2013, overlooking the Bay at the Mill Casino in Coos Bay, Oregon. An October wedding is planned. John and Barbara first met in 1976 at the Alameda […]


State Water Board Approves Emergency Regulation to Assure Compliance with Water Rights Curtailment Orders

In response to the ongoing severe drought, the State Water Resources Control Board Wednesday approved an emergency regulation to assure compliance with curtailment orders issued to protect senior water rights throughout the state. The new regulation will require junior water right holders to immediately stop taking water upon receipt of a curtailment order reflecting the […]


PG&E to Upgrade Poles, Equipment to Enhance Elk Creek and Stonyford Electrical Reliability

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has scheduled a planned power outage for Elk Creek and Stonyford the night of Thursday, July 17 so crews can safely make electrical upgrades to improve electric reliability in western Glenn and northwest Colusa counties. The power outage is necessary so PG&E crews can safely install new substation equipment […]


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