Williams passes on 2020 mosquito abatement

The residents of Williams will have to fight the nuisance of mosquitoes on their own this summer. The City Council decided at their June 17...

State threatens county COVID-19 funding

It only took 48 hours after the Board of Supervisors voted last month to support the constitutional and civil rights of its citizens for...

Williams to ask voters to increase sales tax

The Williams City Council voted unanimously last week to ask the electorate for a .5 percent (half cent) sales tax increase in the Nov....

Colusa dips into cannabis funds for needs report

The Colusa City Council agreed to use $15,000 from its cannabis fund to create a needs assessment report for the purpose of applying for...

Colusa purchasing used fire truck

The Colusa City Council has allowed Fire Chief Logan Conley to shop for a deal on a Type 6 Fire Engine, rather than go...

County commits funding for new jail

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors meeting on June 2 affirmed their commitment to build a new jail at the Colusa County Sheriff Office. The...

County to fix damaged stretch of road to foothills

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors last week took its first steps to repair a segment of Lodoga Stonyford Road, which suffered extreme damage...

County to streamline airport land use decisions

After nearly 40 years as a group of aviation buffs overseeing land use and operations at the Colusa County Airport, the Board of Supervisors...

City to sell road construction credits to Rohnert Park

Expecting a deficit in the budget because of an economic downturn from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Williams City Council voted 5-0 to sell more...

Pirelli project still in the works

The City of Colusa hasn’t let COVID-19 dampen their enthusiasm for a possible project at the old Pirelli cable plant west of town. Despite lockdowns...

Williams hit hard by economic downturn

COVID-19 is expected to take a tremendous economic toll in Williams, whose revenue from Interstate-5 commerce is the highest in Colusa County. Finance Director Rex...

Census taking continues despite pandemic

Conoravisus has caused many things to grind to a halt, but not the need to have every person in Colusa County counted in the...

Bridge Street work on schedule

Work continues along a mile-long stretch of Bridge Street that is part of a $19.5 million Caltrans roadway rehabilitation project. The project that got underway...

Colusa to enforce boat launch regulations

The Colusa City Council introduced an ordinance on May 19 that will regulate activities near the city’s boat launch on the Sacramento River. City Manager...

Colusa Police Department Monthly Report – April 2020

The City of Colusa Police Department responded to 262 calls for service, down from 293 in March, and 21 additional calls assisting other agencies,...

County to sell contracted CVWP water

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors last week agreed to sell its water interest in Central Valley Water Project to the highest bidder. In a...

Colusa bumps pay for elected city clerk

The Colusa City Council last week increased the compensation for one of the city’s elected positions. The council raised the salary of the part-time city...

Planning underway for new Colusa Arco station

The Colusa Planning Commission got its first glimpse at a proposed plan late last month for a new commercial center southeast of Colusa, for...

Wage compression, punishment dishearten county workers

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors’ employment and salary actions taken at their April 21 meeting may have created undesirable consequences. While trying to overcome...

Police & Fire News: City of Colusa (04/15/2020)

COLUSA POLICE DEPARTMENT (February 2020) The City of Colusa Police Department responded to 280 calls for service, up from 257 the previous month, and 21 additional...

County moves forward with energy retrofit projects

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors is proceeding with a $2.2 million plan to install energy-efficient components in the county’s old buildings.  The county has...

County declines 2020 FARMER funding for new tractors 

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors, sitting as the Air Pollution Control District, voted no to a third round of state funding to help...

FWA awarded grant for coned fish screen project

Family Water Alliance, a Colusa-based non-profit, was awarded nearly $896,000 from Proposition 1, the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014, to...

Colusa jail project overcomes latest hurdle

While building a new jail in Colusa is long behind schedule, the project is far from dead, county officials said. Colusa County just recently hurdled...

Stay at home order extended through April

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Planning Commission approves online cannabis retailer

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Williams to repair city pool

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Colusa moving forward with Pirelli project 

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Williams Unified stymied by bond failure 

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Williams struggles to provide drinking water

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