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Tracking the Spread: A lookback at the Coronavirus lockdown

April 1, 2020 An unprecedented effort to flatten the epidemic curve of a novel coronavirus in two weeks turned into a controversial lockdown that has...

Child molestation charge dismissed against Stonyford man

A Stonyford man pleaded no contest to a single misdemeanor charge on Monday in a plea deal with the District Attorney that dismisses a...

Arrest Log – 04/08/2021

6:29 AM on 03/31/2021, the Williams Police Department arrested Abraham Leos, 29, of Williams, CA, in the 200 block of 10th Street in Williams,...

On the Docket – 04/08/2021

Robert Dean Cates is scheduled to appear in Colusa County Superior Court on April 12 for resetting his trial, which was postponed due to...

Wanted in Court – 04/08/2021

Bench warrants totaling $100,000 were issued for the arrest of Francisco Arturo Rodriguez, 42, of Colusa, for failure to appear in Colusa County Superior...

RedHawks baseball stays perfect on season

With their 10-0 shutout of Kelseyville on the road last Monday, March 29, the Colusa RedHawks baseball team ran its record to 7-0 and...

Bears’ team effort dominates Spartans

In a rematch of last season’s NSCIF Section IV championship game, the Bears exacted their revenge with a 24 point first quarter and never...

Jackets up end Panthers for first win of the season

It’s been six years since the Maxwell Panthers and Williams Yellowjackets squared off on the football field and just as that contest ended in...

Colusa softball edges Maxwell

It took all seven innings for the Colusa RedHawks to earn a 13-11 come-from-behind victory over a scrappy Panther squad in Maxwell last Thursday,...

Pierce volleyball making the most of shortened season

Although the Bears posted wins over Orland 25-15, 25-14, 25-21 and East Nicolaus 25-5, 19-25, 25-7, 25-22 last week, their most impressive victory came...

Maxwell kicks off Easter celebration

Have you ever seen a football field bombarded with candy-filled Easter eggs? On Saturday, that was just the scene as Maxwell Park and Recreation...

County advances to less restrictive tier

With active cases of COVID-19 holding steady, Colusa County moved Tuesday to the “Orange Tier” on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s state reopening blueprint. The advancement to...

Colusa Unified hires new high school principal

Colusa High School will have a new principal when the 2021-2022 school year gets underway on July 1. Last week, the Board of Trustees selected...

Williams taking cautious approach to outdoor events

Last week, the Williams City Council agreed that it is too soon to sanction large outdoor gatherings, citing an uncertain future with the new...

Arrest Log (04/01/2021)

5:04 PM on 03/24/2021, the Colusa County Sheriff’s Office arrested Michael John McPartlan, 26, of Duxbury, MA, in the area of Interstate 5 just...

Fire at Old Gym under investigation

A fire Thursday at the Old Gym in Williams could have resulted in a devastating loss to the community had it not been for...

Colusa hosts March of the Minis

Dozens of small vehicles, mostly late-model Mini Coopers, converged on Colusa on Saturday. The City of Colusa opened the levee access road, typically reserved for...

Pierce VB holds court, downs Paradise, Maxwell

An abbreviated three-week volleyball season got underway last week for the Pierce Bears, as they went 2-0 after posting wins over Paradise and Maxwell. Traveling...

Maxwell volleyball takes down Biggs in three sets

Volleyball is back, and the Lady Panthers hosted their first home game Monday against the Biggs Wolverines. Maxwell took the win in three sets. Small...

Lady Jackets soccer shutout Willows

On their home field last Thursday, the Lady Jackets soccer team stopped the Willows Honkers from scoring and took their first season with an...

Colusa JV baseball holds off Princeton

Colusa’s JV baseball team edged the visiting Princeton Eagles on March 23, in a five-inning game that was called due to time. Seth Kalisuch was...

RedHawk baseball stays unbeaten

It was a busy but successful week for the Colusa RedHawk baseball team, as they posted wins over Clear Lake, Middletown, and Lower Lake. Starting...

Williams High School celebrates homecoming

For two hours last Friday, students, parents, and communities found some normalcy with the 90th Rice Bowl returning to the Williams High School football...

Quilt hunting becomes sought after sport

The first day of spring on Saturday couldn’t have been nicer for an outdoor quilt display in Colusa.  Dozens of handmade quilts hung on porches...

County Counsel departs, recognized for service

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors said farewell last week to the County’s legal counsel, Marcos Kropf, who left Friday to take a position...

Hold My Beer Flying Club hosts spring fly-in 

The first day of spring turned out to be a great day to hang out with people who love airplanes.  The Hold My Beer Flying...

Family fights for the return of baby 

A local grandmother and advocates of family reunification have made it their mission to see a baby reunited with its biological family, even if...

Williams applies for two Prop 68 grants 

The Williams City Council authorized two grant applications last week to seek Proposition 68 funding to overhaul parks on the east and west side...

On the docket – 03/25/2021

Monica Marie Macias, 38, of Fresno, is scheduled to appear in Colusa County Superior Court on March 30 to enter a plea on charges...

Woman accused of attacking cop competent to stand trial 

A Colusa woman has returned to the Colusa County Jail after a brief stint in a mental health treatment facility.  Patricia Wesley, 25, who is...

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