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Badaluco to lead RedHawk football

While 2020 and 2021 haven’t exactly been banner years given the impact of COVID, it hasn’t been all bad, especially if you’re Mikey Badaluco,...

Youth back in arena for livestock auction 

Hundreds of Colusa County youth in 4-H and FFA converged onto the fairgrounds last week for events that have historically been a big part...

Trial set for accused bank robber

Trial is set to begin in September for the Woodland man accused of robbing the Arbuckle Umpqua Bank in 2019.  Judge Jeffrey A. Thompson scheduled...

Fair Foundation honors movers and shakers

The Colusa County Fair Foundation recognized an individual, a group, and a family when they presented their annual Heritage Awards, just prior to the...

Colusa Lions Club Parade draws many to town 

Colusa streets were lined with people on Friday for the “Barn in the USA” Lions Club parade.  Although the 2021 Colusa County Fair was canceled,...

Woman who attacked cop awaits sentencing 

A Colusa woman convicted of trying to attack a Williams Police officer with a large kitchen knife in 2020 will see a limited amount...

County officials calls end to COVID-19 emergency

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday terminated the local health emergency relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, although Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to...

Williams Pioneer Day honors hometown heroes

After more than a year in near lockdown conditions, the streets of Williams were bustling on Saturday. The 49th Pioneer Day Parade was the first...

Arrest Log (06/10/2021)

Christian Mark Goss, 48, of Los Angeles, CA, was arrested by the California Highway Patrol on 06/03/2021, at 1:08 AM, in the area of...

Youth projects awarded at Expo

With the Colusa County Fair canceled for a second year, 4-H members had a unique opportunity last week to show off their crafting, baking,...

Seniors shine as Colusa caps 27-1 season

An extraordinary season that began back on March 12 came to an end last week for the RedHawk baseball team as they completed the...

Jury finds Safe Haven arsonist guilty

A jury found a Colusa man guilty of arson on Friday in connection with the fire that destroyed Safe Haven Wellness and Recovery Center...

Colusa County honors on Memorial Day

All around Colusa County, veteran organizations, cemetery districts, and residents paid tribute to fallen troops on Monday in ways that were impossible last year...

Pierce basketball closes out season with win over Cosumnes Oaks

While it was a typical game of late for the Pierce Bears, in which they started off slowly and rallied back in the second...

Maxwell softball steals win from Pierce

Aggressive base running has long been characteristic of Maxwell softball and the strategy paid off again last Wednesday against Pierce, as the Panthers’ were...

Ducks impress at CYSSA state meet

As part of the continuing growth of their organization, the Colusa County Ducks Youth Shooting Sports team competed in a three month long skeet...

Pitching and power lift Colusa over East Nic, Orland

It has been a remarkable year for the RedHawk baseball team who have seen all aspects of the game come together. The team has compiled...

Williams school board appoints new member

Heather Covarrubias was appointed to the Williams Unified School District board on May 26. Covarrubias will replace former Trustee Sylvia Vaca, who resigned in April,...

Festivities planned for Pioneer Day

Hometown Heroes will be recognized when the annual Pioneer Day Parade kicks off on Saturday. Pioneer Day, which has been around for about five decades,...

Deke Mathis remembered in Maxwell

Sports fans come and go but Maxwell won’t forget the late Deke Mathis anytime soon. Mathis’ family was honored last week at closing ceremonies of...

Prosecutors sue over planned early release of state prisoners

Colusa County District Attorney Matthew Beauchamp last week joined two-thirds of California district attorneys in a lawsuit against the state seeking to block an...

Arrest Log (06/03/2021)

Pedro Soto Chavez, 53, of Williams, CA, was arrested by the Colusa County Sheriff's Office on 05/26/2021, at 7:20 PM, in the 1000 block...

Colusa County 4-H still exhibit to be held

With the cancellation of the regular Colusa County Fair this year, one county resident took matters into her own hands. Cheri Azevedo, of Maxwell, has...

LC – Animal Control Donation

Keller Williams, a real estate agency, hosts its annual RED Day during the month of May. Its agents are encouraged to step away from...

Bears’ girls’ basketball holds off RedHawks

Despite a spirited effort by the RedHawks last Friday night, the Bears girls basketball team restored order in the second half to come away...

Bear baseball routs Live Oak

There was no place like home for the Pierce Bears last week as they plated 49 runs in two games against struggling Live Oak. On...

Pierce boys’ basketball downs Colusa with big second half

With one of the largest crowds so far this year assembled inside the Natalie Corona Gymnasium, the hometown Bears boys basketball team overcame a...

Telehealth clinic opens in Stonyford

If you need to talk about common ailments to a doctor in Stonyford, Anthem Blue Cross and the Ministerial Association of Colusa County can...

County to honor Afghan War’s fallen soldiers

Memorial Day honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military, but the Colusa County Board of Supervisors plan a...

Probation violation lands Arbuckle man in state prison

An Arbuckle man was sentenced to state prison earlier this month for carrying a loaded firearm after he violated the terms of his probation. Colusa...

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