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Bureau Of Reclamation Reclamation Releases Draft Congressionally Mandated Repayment Contract For Central Valley Project...

BUREAU OF RECLAMATION RECLAMATION RELEASES DRAFT CONGRESSIONALLY MANDATED REPAYMENT CONTRACT FOR CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT MYERS-MARSH MUTUAL WATER COMPANY CONTRACTOR The Bureau of Reclamation announced ongoing contract...

Notice of Petition to Administer Estate of Helen Ehrke, Also Known as Helen A....

NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF HELEN EHRKE, ALSO KNOWN AS HELEN A. EHRKE Case Number PR8235 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons...

Acclaim for a record number of biliterate students

A new bar has been set at Williams Jr./Sr. High School by 24 students who have received the Seal of Biliteracy. The Seal of...

Williams recognizes senior athletes of the year

The Williams Unified School District awarded their outstanding senior athletes for 2020 on Wednesday to Mo Hernandez and Jackie Rivera. In addition to the Outstanding...

CA-Maxwell Graduation

For years, Maxwell High School graduates have walked the sacred stage on the high school football field. Last Friday, the 23 students of Maxwell’s...

Pierce graduates 98

Pierce High School’s young adults followed in the footsteps of the alumni that came before them on Friday, although the path to receive their...

Schools honor their cream of the crop

Pierce juniors and seniors with the highest grade point averages were recognized for their scholastic efforts, despite social distancing regulations. A long standing tradition...

Williams graduates mark special moment in history

In Williams, the 75 students that made up the senior class were spread out across their field while family filled out the grandstands. The late...

Digging deeper into grace (06/03/2020)

Submitted by Tom Tripp As I heed the news from recent days, my heart grieves. I grieve over the death of a black man due to...

Words

Submitted by Jim Perdue Words can be powerful. They can inspire us, motivate us. They can also incite us, remind us of the things that...

Life as I see it: One of a kind

Sometimes when you meet someone there is an instant bond. You begin to believe you’ve known that person forever, and then you believe that...

Watchman On the Wall: Propaganda

“Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of government.” “Know the Truth and...

What’s your plan? (06/03/2020)

I have been enjoying the times. Not so the lockdown, but specifically the end of the school year: commencement and graduation. Congratulations to those...

Police Blotter (06/03/2020)

Angel Santiago Gomez, 41, of Colusa, CA, was arrested by the Colusa Police Department on 05/27/2020, at 1:08 AM, in the area of 3rd...

Bond stepping down as Stonyford Museum chief

The only executive director the Stonyford Museum has ever known will be stepping down from the post on June 10. Joyce Bond, who has been...

Colusa County returning to some normalcy

Colusa County residents and businesses are slowly returning to normal, amid a pandemic that has slowed but not yet disappeared. Restaurants are starting to serve...

City to sell road construction credits to Rohnert Park

Expecting a deficit in the budget because of an economic downturn from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Williams City Council voted 5-0 to sell more...

Local sorority recognizes top Colusa students

The local Beta Sigma Phi recognized the top seven juniors and seniors at Colusa High School with a drive-thru celebration on May 21. The Super...

Princeton Eagles soar into next chapter

The family of Princeton High School seniors gathered on May 29 to watch the Class of 2020 come together as a group for the...

Pirelli project still in the works

The City of Colusa hasn’t let COVID-19 dampen their enthusiasm for a possible project at the old Pirelli cable plant west of town. Despite lockdowns...

Colusa graduation ceremony scaled back but held in-person

After more than two months to complete school without attending classes on campus, the Colusa High School Class of 2020 walked off the football...

Carter David Hartill (2007-2020)

Carter David Hartill was a fun loving 13-year old unexpectedly taken from this world on May 24, 2020 in a farm equipment accident in...

Martin “Marty” Rangel (1998-2020)

Martin Rangel, son of Alberto Rangel Sierra and Ramona  Lara Villanueva,  was born on January 19, 1998 and  passed away on May 21, 2020....

Genevieve Bernard Alves Azevedo (1924-2020)

Genevieve was born on November 4, 1924, in Butte City, Ca. to Bernard and Palmira Alves. She passed away peacefully with her loving family...

City Of Colusa Ordinance No. 540

CITY OF COLUSA ORDINANCE NO. 540 (SUMMARY PUBLICATION) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF COLUSA AND BUD BROTHER’S INC....

City of Williams City Council Notice of Public Hearing

CITY OF WILLIAMS PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE CITY COUNCIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Williams will hold a public hearing...

FBN- Black Gold Valve Company LLC

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 2020-0000044 Date filed: MAY 15, 2020 The following persons are doing business as: BLACK GOLD VALVE COMPANY LLC Business Address: 135 Commercial st,...

FBN – Hernandez Trucking

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 2020-0000052 Date filed: MAY 29, 2020 The following persons are doing business as: HERNANDEZ TRUCKING Business Address: 95 OLIVE STREET, ARBUCKLE, CA, 95912 Mailing...

Lien Auction Sale a Colusa U-Store

LIEN AUCTION AT COLUSA U-STORE June 13, 2020 Live auction to begin promptly at 10:00 AM 2795 Hwy 20 in Colusa, CA 9 units to be sold to...

County Of Colusa Notice of Impending Power to Sell Tax-Defaulted Property

COUNTY OF COLUSA NOTICE OF IMPENDING POWER TO SELL TAX-DEFAULTED PROPERTY (Rev. & Tax. Code, §§ 3361, 3362) Pursuant to Revenue and Taxation Codes sections 3691 and 3692.4,...

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