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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 applies for Prop 68 competitive park grant

The Colusa City Council last week voted 5-0 to go big on just one application for a Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program...

Federal money to flood Colusa County

President Joseph Biden signed the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill on Friday that could be a windfall for local governments and schools in Colusa County. The...

Williams City Council appoints new planning commissioner

A 2013 graduate of Williams High School is stepping into the local political sphere as the newest member of the City of Williams’ planning...

Colusa affirms grant application for City splash pad

The third time adopting a resolution to accept a per capital allocation from the State of California was a charm last week for the...

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...

Outgoing City Councilman recognized for service

Colusa City Council last week said farewell to member David Womble, who stepped down from the dais at the Dec. 5 regular meeting to...

City to repair decaying water well

The Colusa City Council held a special emergency meeting March 4 to execute a repair of one of the city’s major water wells. City officials...

Colusa moving forward with Pirelli project 

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Former Williams mayor appointed to County Planning Commission

 The Colusa County Board of Supervisors approved the appointments of five individuals to the districts on the county’s Planning Commission for 2021.  Their terms commence...

County Planning Commission activities

Commission recommends abandoning intersection of Myers, Ohm roads Last week, the Colusa County Planning Commission adopted a resolution recommending that the county abandon a portion...

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...

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 to consider outdoor cannabis cultivation

The Williams Planning Commission made a bold move last month to recommend to the City Council that they allow outdoor cannabis cultivation in greenhouse...

Williams approves outdoor cannabis cultivation

The Williams City Council is the first local legislative body to openly allow outdoor cannabis cultivation in greenhouse structures commonly referred to as “hoop...

Williams to repair city pool

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Candidate filings underway for November election

The filing period for candidates in the November election is officially open, with the filing period running through Friday, August 7. Colusa County Clerk-Recorder Rose...

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 County Airport management out of Ag Department

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors on Oct. 27 completed the transition of the Colusa County Airport’s management out of the Agricultural Commissioner's office. After...

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...

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...

Local aviators offer to manage Colusa County Airport

Local pilots and aviation buffs, Colusa County’s most steadfast supporters of the Colusa County Airport, have offered to formally incorporate themselves as a non-profit...

County inching up on state’s reopening blueprint

Measuring COVID-19 cases in small populations the way the virus is measured in counties like Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento, may seem unfair...

County moves forward with second ambulance study

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors approved a contract last month with AP Triton to perform a feasibility study to determine the level of...

Colusa to hire economic development director

In a split decision, the Colusa City Council voted at their regular meeting on Aug. 18 to establish a new Economic Development, Communication, and...

Colusa City Hall reopens with coronavirus precautions

Colusa City Hall has reopened to the public with a few restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. After seven months of locking the public...

Legislative bodies warned of social media dangers

Members of local legislative bodies, including school boards and city councils, are finding out that violations to California’s open meeting requirements can happen with...

County appoints new Ag Commissioner 

M. Anastascia Allen will join a small group of distinguished individuals to serve as Colusa County Agricultural Commissioner and Sealer of Weights and Measures,...

Colusa seeking plan to improve streets

The Colusa City Council hopes to go after many state and federal infrastructure grants to make street improvements, in addition to dedicating local lax...

A bump in the road to recovery: the cost of repairs

Roadwork is a common view for motorists driving through Colusa. In addition to the massive overhaul of streets such as 6th Street and Fremont....

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