Wednesday, June 23, 2021

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Colusa Founders Day to be held Saturday

Colusa will have its first Founders Day Festival on Saturday, after a number of organizations got together to start a celebration that honors the...

County of Colusa terminates facial coverings

Colusa County Public Health Officer, Gregory Burt, MD., announced the termination of the local order pertaining to facial coverings. The order was officially terminated...

Colusa Swim team acquires funding for pool cover

The Colusa City Pool will get a much needed cover as the swim season begins to heat up, thanks to a donation from the...

Colusa to host Country Music Festival

The City of Colusa is organizing its first major multi-stage country music festival. The event will be held on Main Street in downtown Colusa on...

County Urges Preparedness and Reporting in Early Stages of Drought

On May 10, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom declared a State of Emergency in 41 California counties (including Colusa) related to the current drought conditions...

SM-Adult school cutline

The Colusa County Office of Education Adult School celebrated commencement exercises on May 26 at the Education Village in Williams.    

You’ve Been Flocked (06/03/2021)

Rocco’s Bar and Grill, 546 Market St. got a flock of new visitors on Monday. The Del La Torre family sent the geese and...

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...

Who’s flocked, and goosed? (05/20/2021)

Greetings from the Lopez Family, who sent a flock of geese and ducks to the home of Dan and April Kraft, of Colusa, for...

Colusa seniors awarded Grange scholarships

Two Colusa County High School students last week received scholarships from Grange Co-op, a trusted agriculture supply business providing services to patrons throughout Southern...

Maxwell FFA Places in Top 6 for State

The Creed speaking contest for Future Farmers of America, State Finals were held April 26, 2021. All six FFA regions sent their top three...

Gonzalez named regional FFA officer

Arbuckle FFA’s Karina Gonzalez became part of the longstanding chapter tradition of serving as a regional officer when she was elected to be the...

Farm Bureau Bounty Luncheon

Colusa County Farm Bureau Director Heather Ellingson with Colusa Police Officer Darren Ram are shown at the first Local Bounty lunch and auction on...

Just Goosed and Flocked (05/13/2021)

The Burrious kids were visited by a flock of geese and ducks on May 7, 2021, compliments of their grandfather Josh Fitch. Evan, 12,...

Omega Nu raises 30k at golf fundraiser

The Colusa County Omega Nu netted approximately $30,000 for scholarships at its recent “Swing for Scholarships'' fund-raising golf tournament at the Arbuckle Golf Club. This...

Colusa alumni brings financial literacy to local seniors

Colusa County High School seniors receive a new tool in financial literacy thanks to the book, “How to Adult - Personal Finance for the...

Stay vigilant to avoid PG&E scams

Most vulnerable impacted include low-income, non-English speakers, and small businesses With just a week left until the 2020 tax year filing deadline on May 17,...

Candidate filing period for landowner districts

The County of Colusa announced preparations are underway for the Aug. 31 landowner elections. In a press release, Rose Gallo-Vasquez, Colusa County Clerk-Recorder Registrar, said...

Vigil in Colusa sparks conversation about police brutality

A small group of local residents gathered at Colusa Veterans Memorial Park on Thursday for a vigil to honor the lives of Daunte Wright...

You’ve been flocked! Colusa Fire

Colusa Firefighters (from left) Milo Swift, Gumer Salazar and Fire Chief Logan Conley were flocked on Tuesday after an anonymous donation to the Community...

You’ve been goosed! (04/22/2021)

Colusa Park, Recreation and Tree Commission Chairman Leslie Poland, and Animal Control Officer Pam DaGrossa were “goosed” Saturday for a good cause. Colusa Councilwoman...

We’re moving

Starting Monday, May 1, the Pioneer Review will have a new home in Colusa. We are in the stages of packing up and moving to...

CDFW: urges public to leave deer fawns alone

Late spring and early summer is the peak time for California’s deer herds to give birth to fawns, and the California Department of Fish...

Bass tournament, activities to be held this weekend in Colusa

Just one lucky cast could win an angler $10,000. Nor-Cal Guides and Sportsmens Association will host a two-day fishing competition that will not only award...

Portion of Maxwell Road closed due to culvert failure

A section of Maxwell Rd. between Four Mile and Holloway Rd. in response to a recent culvert failure requiring immediate repair on Monday, March...

UCCE Almond Grower Newsletter available

The University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) released its latest issue of the Sacramento Valley Regional Almond newsletter that covers commercial almond orchard production...

Lawmakers Urge Gov. Newsom to ‘Let Them Play’

Assemblyman James Gallagher (R-Yuba City) has led a bipartisan group of legislators in sending a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom urging the California Department...

Camping reopens on State-operated wildlife areas and refuges

With the recent lifting of the Regional Stay-at-Home Order in all parts of the state, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will...

Planning to travel internationally? Guidelines have changed

If you are planning to travel internationally please be aware beginning Jan. 26 changes will be made to the Centers for Disease Control and...

Treasury issues second Economic Impact Payments by debit card 

Starting this week, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service are sending approximately 8 million second Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) by prepaid debit...

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