Starting Monday, May 1, the Pioneer Review will have a new home in Colusa.
We are in the stages of packing up and moving to an office at 430 Market Street, Suite G.
Some will remember this space as the historic “Colusa Meat Co.,” and others will remember it as “Phil’s Place,” an insurance agency, a hair salon, the former home of the Colusa Arts Council, and most recently, a rustic furniture store.
From our inception in 2008, the Pioneer Review has had several locations, and the most common response to our moving announcement is, “again?”
Our current location has served us well; however, our existing building is under a sale contract, our lease is expiring, and it’s time to find a space that meets our current needs.
Although the process has been bittersweet, I am excited about the new opportunities on Market Street.
We’ll close this office for the last time at 5 PM on Thursday, April 29, and use the following three days to move to our new spot at 430 Market Street, Suite G.
It’ll take us a little while to get fully settled in, but come Monday, May 3, we’ll all be in the office, working the same as usual.
Looking ahead, we’ll be hosting an open house to show off our new space, show off our new store “The Mercantile,” (more details on that later), and thinking about holding periodic events to connect with the community and introduce our staff to you.
As always, thank you for valuing local journalism in Colusa County. From our efforts examining records to hold our city council and school districts accountable to the stories of our neighbors, and the events happening locally, we couldn’t do this without our readers’ support.
Moving into a new space will take some adjustment for all of us, but nothing will change for you.
Whether on your phone, on your computer, or in the paper with your morning coffee, however, and wherever you like to read us, we’ll be there.