Colusa County’s loss is the City of Colusa’s gain.
Lt. Sara Martin, the former investigator with the Colusa County District Attorney’s Office, was sworn in on Monday as second in command at the Colusa Police Department, the very place she started her law enforcement career more than a decade ago.
“We are beyond excited to have Sara back,” said Chief of Police, Josh Fitch.
The lieutenant position in the police department has been vacant for a year.
A bench warrant has been issued in the amount of $100,000 for the arrest of Armando Velazquez Paez, 30, of Williams, after he failed to appear in Colusa County Superior Court two consecutive weeks for arraignment on domestic violence charges and sentencing on a previous conviction.
Paez was convicted of...
Played throughout the more sparsely populated areas in Northern California, 8-man high school football is a fast paced, high scoring game requiring both speed and agility from the players.
In Colusa County where four of the five high schools play the traditional 11-man game, the Princeton Eagles are the lone 8-man program having made the switch when attendance at the high school dropped.
Coaching the Eagles over those 16 seasons has been Bryan Lex, the subject of the Coaches Corner Overtime installment, and who last year joined the ranks of Pierce’s Gregg LeMaster, Colusa’s Dave Driffill and Maxwell’s Robert Wilson in...