Pacific Flyway Quilters Presents “Quilts on Fire”

Quilters will be again be enjoying a wide array of quilts at the 8th Semiannual Quilt Show presented by Pacific Flyway Quilters of Colusa, CA – “Quilts on Fire”.  This fun event will be held on Saturday, October 4 from 10am to 4pm. Pacific Flyway Quilters stages each of their shows at different interesting and […]

Rate of Illegal Tobacco Sales to Youth Increases in California

Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and state health officer, today released the California rate of illegal tobacco sales to minors, which has increased to the highest rate since 2008. The 2014 Youth Tobacco Purchase Survey found that illegal tobacco sales to minors at retail outlets occurred at a […]

Meet your Colusa County Transit Driver: Cindy Vaughn

Meet your Colusa County Transit Driver: Cindy Vaughn

Longtime Colusa resident, Cindy Vaughn, truly loves her job. “I enjoy working at the Colusa County Transit as a Bus Driver,” said Vaughn, “Every day is different.” For over 10 ½ years, Vaughn has worked for the Colusa County Transit and logged over 400,000 miles. “I love to drive and to be outside; I am […]

Speak Up During National Bullying Prevention Month

With classes, sports, homework and other activities, weekdays are action packed for kids. Unfortunately, some students deal with an unwelcome addition to their daily routine — bullying. An estimated 13 million students are bullied annually, according to government statistics. With online social media so widely available to kids today, bullying doesn’t necessarily stop after school, […]

Almond Fun Run to Benefit Ag Education

On Sunday, October 26, the Arbuckle Fun Run for Education Committee will host its second annual Arbuckle Almond Run, with registration starting at 7:00 A.M. “Proceeds from the run will benefits something for agriculture education,” said Mary Grimmer, event coordinator, “whether that be ag in the classroom, a field trip or something else.” The run […]

County Veterans Service Officers Making a Difference to California Veterans

The California Association of County Veterans Service Officers (CACVSO) announced that during fiscal year 2013-14, they assisted California’s veterans in filing claims with the federal government which resulted in payments of over $545 million according to recently released figures from the California Department of Veterans Affairs. “This is an increase of over 23% from the […]

PG&E Joins with EDI to Unveil Utility Trucks Capable of Shortening or Eliminating Electric Outages

PG&E Joins with EDI to Unveil Utility Trucks Capable of Shortening or Eliminating Electric Outages

Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Efficient Drivetrains Incorporated (EDI) unveiled two fuel-efficient work trucks today that promise innovative operation and the use of ground-breaking technology. One has the potential to eliminate the need for planned outages and lessen the impact of unplanned ones; the other allows for the operation of a bucket and other […]

Caltrans and the Department of Fish and Wildlife Urge Motorists to Be Alert During Watch Out for Wildlife Week

Caltrans and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) remind motorists to remain alert for wildlife near roadways during Watch Out for Wildlife Week (WOW), which runs September 15-21. “It’s important that motorists, when driving through areas frequented by deer, elk and other animals, be alert to protect themselves as well as California’s wildlife,” […]

Fall General Hunting Seasons Opening Soon

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) would like to remind hunters that California’s fall general big game hunting seasons are right around the corner. The upcoming California general deer and bear seasons are some of the most popular hunting opportunities in the state. With weather cooling off and leaves starting to turn color, […]

Williams Community College to host Business Summit in Williams

The Woodland Community College, Williams Campus will be hosting a FREE Business Summit on September 16, 2014 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for local businesses to discuss the difficulties of finding local qualified skilled staff and to discuss the skills and gaps new high school and community college graduates possess when they enter into […]

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