Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Ambulance services to be cut in county

UPDATE: Local agencies working on fix for ambulance shortage Colusa County has faced a reduction in ambulance services before, but for the first time in...

Greenleaf Processors facility temporarily shut down due to smell

Operations are on hold at a commercial cannabis operation in downtown Colusa, until city officials can figure out why the company’s odor control mechanisms...

Williams struggles to provide drinking water

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Greenceuticals latest cannabis business to make pitch to Colusa City Council Brian Pearson

Yet another cannabis-related business is looking to set up shop in the City of Colusa, and the company – California Cannabis Cultivation Greenceuticals LLC...

Williams school board fires embattled superintendent

Four new members of the Williams Unified School District Board of Trustees were sworn in on Dec. 14, and three days later, they kept...

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...

Colusa City manager receives hefty pay increase 

The Colusa City Council last week approved a new contract for City Manager/Public Works Director Jesse Cain, which will make him one of the...

Colusa to get first pot retailer 

The City of Colusa’s ‘shop local’ banner as a message to consumers over Market Street will soon apply to consumers of legal marijuana.  The City...

Planning Commission approves online cannabis retailer

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Williams Police Department welcomes a new officer

Last Thursday, Williams Police Chief Ed Anderson welcomed his newest officer, Leticia Reusser, to the force at a small swearing-in and badge pinning ceremony...

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,...

Colusa eyes consultant to revive shuttered Pirelli plant

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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 moving forward with Pirelli project 

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Colusa City approves cannabis cultivation facility, 3-0-2

On May 15, Greenceuticals LLC took a major step toward building the indoor cannabis cultivation facility it has envisioned for the City of Colusa,...

Golden Roots Nursery cannabis manufacturing facility seeks planning commission blessing tonight

Tonight at 7 PM, City of Colusa Planning Commission will hold a public hearing to consider whether to recommend the City Council adopt an...

Hill named Colusa mayor for 2020

To purchase this photo or others, click here. Colusa City Councilman Josh Hill was selected by his peers with a unanimous vote to serve as...

Another cannabis company floats project to Colusa City Council

A Yolo County-based cannabis company is the latest to express interest in coming to the City of Colusa, and pitched their project to the...

Stay at home order extended through April

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Police & Fire News City of Colusa, January 2020

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Sites Reservoir closer to getting funded 

The California Water Commission on June 28 adopted the Sites Reservoir project’s final application score, setting the stage for the Commission to conditionally award...

Colusa City approves development agreement for Compass Leaf

Absent Dave Markss last week, the Colusa City Council voted unanimously to approve a development agreement that will allow Compass Leaf LLC to develop...

County declines State Fair invitation

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Williams City Council OKs criminal history checks for cannabis employees

Last Wednesday, the Williams City Council followed through on a promise to its citizens by unanimously approving a resolution that authorizes the Williams Police...

Williams to take hard look at financial needs 

Williams City Council members could be looking at the needs of the city through more educated lenses in 2020.  City Administrator Frank Kennedy said the...

City of Colusa approves special use, regulatory permits for Green Leaf Processors

Company to begin operating by the end of August All of the requisite permits and agreements are in place, and Green Leaf Processors, Inc. is...

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...

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...

City grants permit for cannabis expansion

Colusa’s first cannabis nursery is now looking to expand operations to include full marijana cultivation. The Colusa City Council voted 4-1, on Sept. 15, to...

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