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....

County Library branches to reopen with modifications

The Colusa County Free Library is scheduled to reopen all branches on June 15, with modified hours and services. Stacey Costello, Colusa County Library director,...

May 27, 2020 – Page 6 Printing Issue

After receiving the Wednesday, May 27, print edition of the Williams Pioneer Review from our printing vendor; it was discovered  their press had a...

Colusa County women inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society

Juanita Parra Alcaraz, of Maxwell, and Sara Marsh, of Arbuckle, were recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest...

Arbuckle Golf Club resumes open play

Arbuckle Golf Club has reopened to the public this week after easing of the coronavirus pandemic shutdown in Colusa County. Club president Mike Voorhees announced...

The Colusa County Chamber of Commerce urges residents to ‘Shop Local’

With Shelter-at-home restrictions beginning to loosen, many local offices, restaurants, and other retail businesses can open with guidelines from State and local health departments. “Retail...

Colusa County to Receive 1000 Face Shields for Local Health Care Workers

Colusa County Public Health will receive 1,000 reusable face shields for local use thanks to a unique, regional collaboration involving four county public health...

Stonyford gets a new bulletin board

The Stonyford Museum facilitated the construction of Stonyford’s new bulletin board. Stonyford Museum Director, Joyce Bond, learned that Premier Mushrooms of Colusa was interested in...

Gallagher Urges Re-Opening of More Industries

Today, Assemblyman James Gallagher (R-Yuba City) led a coalition of lawmakers to urge Governor Gavin Newsom to amend his statewide order and allow businesses...

Resolution to End Governor’s Emergency Powers Announced by Assemblymembers Kiley and Gallagher

Under Section 8629 of the California Emergency Services Act, the Legislature has authority to terminate the Governor’s emergency powers. Assemblymembers Kevin Kiley (R-Rocklin)...

State releases guidelines for reopening of dine-in restaurants

On Tuesday, the California Department of Health released a detailed guideline for the reopening of dine-in restaurants. The 12-page document expands current food preparation practices...

County receives state approval for phased reopening

UPDATED: at 2:28 PM clarifying Phase 2, and adding directives. After nearly two hours of deliberation for a motion to reopen the Colusa County, officials...

Butte County allows for safe re-opening of tis economy

Senator Jim Nielsen (R-Tehama) and Assemblyman James Gallagher (R-Yuba City) released the following statements in reaction to the announcement today that Butte County is allowing...

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