Monday, September 21, 2020

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Sept. 5 is Free Fishing Day in California

The last chance of the year to fish for free arrives over the Labor Day holiday weekend. Free Fishing Day is being offered by...

Traffic safety should never take a holiday

PRESS RELEASE Labor Day typically marks the end of the summer travel period, but 2020 has been anything but typical. Although many Californians may forego...

Air Quality Advisory issued for Colusa County

Air quality advisory is issued by the Colusa County Air Pollution Control District for: August 20 – August 24, 2020  The August Complex Fire and the LNU...

County public health officer issues order requiring public use of facial coverings

Order issued as a result of rise in local positive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Cases  In a press release, the Colusa County Public Health Officer ordered that face...

Hometown Pride: Arbuckle to hold monthly cleanup efforts

After much success, the Arbuckle Revitalization Committee held its first 'Sweep the Street' event in downtown Arbuckle on July 14.  The ARC will continue...

Disease Outbreak Strikes California Deer Herds

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has confirmed outbreaks of adenovirus hemorrhagic disease in deer in several northern California counties, and is...

Do not plant unsolicited seeds received by mail

Last Thursday, Colusa County Agricultural Commissioner Greg Hinton issued an advisory for Colusa County residents after a reports of mysterious and unsolicited shipments of...

From Stonyford: Pandemic Closes Stonyford Museum

Submitted by: Roy Stewart Because of the state’s mandate against indoor gatherings, Covid-19 is keeping the Stonyford Museum closed to viewers; however, the staff continues to...

EDITORIAL: Truth behind the numbers

Last Thursday, CBS13 Sacramento aired a 1-minute, 45-second segment about Coronavirus in Colusa County, and according to the report Colusa County received attention from...

Need extra cash? Find your unclaimed property

With uncertain times, and strained budgets, finding extra coins under couch cushions can be a blessing. Most Californians are unaware that the state is...

Colusa and Lake Counties to host virtual meeting with state legislator

The Colusa County and Lake County Democratic Parties will host a virtual meeting with Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry at 6 PM on Wednesday, July 29....

Govenor Newsom announces no in-person schools for most counties

Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday announced his plan for learning and safe schools ahead of the 2020–2021 school year, as the California Department of...

Colusa County Reports first COVID-19 related death

Colusa County Health Officials, reported the first confirmed death related to COVID-19. "The death occurred on July 20, at Colusa Medical Center," a press...

Novel Coronavirus outbreak at Valley West Care Facility

On Monday, the County of Colusa Department of Public Health announced an outbreak of COVID-19 at Valley West Care Center, a local Skilled Nursing...

Veterans BBQ canceled, to return next year

For the health and safety of its members and the community the Colusa County Veteran BBQ scheduled for July 25, has been cancelled. “We plan...

County seeks input on Business Assistance loans

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Colusa County Community Development Department is seeking input in regards to financial assistance to local businesses. “Earlier this...

Local student qualifies to compete at world’s largest rodeo

Kenzie Wilson, a junior at Maxwell High School, has put in her spurs to the California State Rodeo team and will be traveling with...

Rocking the night away

EDITORS NOTE: Since this article went to press, the City of Colusa has cancelled its summer concert series for the rest of 2020.  After the...

CDPH orders closure of indoor restaurant operations and all bars/pubs in Colusa County, state...

 Rise in Local Positive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Cases Trigger State Intervention  PRESS RELEASE (COLUSA, CA) July 9, 2020 –Effective today, following a dramatic increase in local...

Colusa County Library offers service through curbside opprotunities

PRESS RELEASE (COLUSA, CA) July 7, 2020 – The Colusa County Free Library will pause boundless in-person service starting Tuesday, July 7, due to...

Colusa City Manager, Consultant defend upcoming job position

On Monday afternoon, the Pioneer Review received a letter to the editor and press release from Kristy Levings of Golden Oak Business Services, Inc....

County modifies operations for COVID-19

Earlier today, the Colusa County Board of Supervisors met to discuss modifications to County operations as a result of the recent increase in positive...

Colusa to consider full time economic development position

While facing a massive budget deficit of $400,000, the Colusa City Council will decide Tuesday if they want to add another full time position...

County COVID-19 cases increase

PUBLISHERS NOTE: This article has been updated from the print version (in bold), to reflect updated information since the time of press. In an...

Rubber duck race this Saturday

About 1,000 rubber ducks are set to race down the Sacramento River on Saturday, July 4. The annual Jim Davison Memorial Rubber Duckie Race...

EDUCATION: Garcia named to Pensacola Christian College Dean’s list

Daniel Garcia of Colusa was named to the Dean's List by Dr. Troy Shoemaker, president of Pensacola Christian College, for academic achievement during the...

USDA provides flexibilities to school lunch program

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue on Thursday announced a range of nationwide flexibilities to ensure America’s children receive the nutritious food they need...

Local business resources featured on upcoming podcast

Local businesses will have the opportunity to discover no cost technical assistance and access to business financing on THE BACKPAGE podcast this Friday. Andy Lucas...

Community Swimming Pools

Colusa Community Pool: Monday through Thursday: Noon to 2:30PM, 3 to 5PM. Friday and Saturday: Noon to 2:30PM, 3 to 5PM, and 5 to 6PM....

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