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Library group celebrates 15 years with Wine Tasting

The Friends of the Colusa County Library have had the pleasure of offering great wines and cheeses and desserts to the community for the...

Statewide Mattress Recycling Program Debuts In California

As of January 1, 2016, California becomes the second state in the nation with a statewide recycling program for used mattresses and box springs. The...

Search continues for missing teen

NOV. 6, 2019: The Colusa County Sheriff’s Department continues to search for 18-year-old, Jose Canchola.  According to police, Canchola was last seen around 3 AM Sunday,...

Your May Garden

Helpful Tips & Hints from the Colusa County Master Gardeners.   What to plant in May? Direct seed in the garden cucumbers, melons, summer squash, beans, corn,...

Two killed in Highway 20 vehicle crash

Two women were killed and four other people injured in a two-vehicle crash Sunday on State Route 20, west of Walnut Drive, about five...

Colusa County Fair Pre-Sale tickets Available May 1

Pre-sale tickets for the 76th annual Colusa County Fair will go on sale May 1 at the Fair office in Colusa. The fair will...

Stonyford’s Fourth of July celebration returns

The quiet town of Stonyford is about to make some noise. On July 4, the Stonyrose Heritage Society will host dinner and entertainment.  A parade,...

The City of Williams hires new director of Parks and Recreation, filling a 5-month...

Williams has hired a new leader for the City’s Park and Recreation Department. Acting City Manager, Jim Saso, said he will officially announce the identity...

Holiday Craft Faire wraps another successful year

The 32nd annual Colusa Holiday Craft Faire and Gift Show went off without a hitch at the Colusa County Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday.  Attendance...

88th Maxwell Rodeo to ride in this Saturday

The Maxwell High School Rodeo will get underway on Saturday as the longest-running community event in Colusa County. “Don’t Be Late, It’s Going To Be...

Fourth Williams police officer placed on administrative leave

Another Williams Police Office has been added to the list of personnel placed on paid administrative leave pending an internal investigation.  Williams City Administrator Frank...

Glenn Medical Center welcomes new Administrator and Physicians.

Willows, CA, May 15, 2014: Glenn Medical Center is pleased to announce their new Administrator, Barbara Rydgren and several new physicians and specialties. Barbara Rydgren...

Farm rally to be held Monday to protest water plan

Farmers, cattlemen, and Farm Bureau members from Central and Northern California will join Assemblyman Adam Gray, D-Merced, on the steps of the State Capitol...

Webelos bridge to Scouts

Colusa County Cub Scout Pack 5 held a bridging ceremony on Thursday, June 13, at the Will S. Green Park near the county landmark...

Colusa County Seeks Poll Workers

The Colusa County Elections Department is seeking individuals to work at polling locations throughout the county. To become a poll worker you must be a...

Williams Area CHP hosted first Start Smart Class

On January 30th, the California Highway Patrol began hosting its Start Smart Class at the Williams Area CHP office. With ten individuals, present. During...

Nominations needed for local Farm Service Agency Committee

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) encourages America’s farmers and ranchers to nominate candidates to lead, serve and represent their community on their local...

Life as I see it…

It’s been a while since I’ve written a column in Colusa County. Of course, some of you may remember “Thoughts I’ve Had. . .”...

Ceramic Artist Featured at Colusa Art Gallery

The Colusa County Arts Council will present “Ceramic Sketches by Whitney Smith” an exhibit of ceramic works. The exhibit runs April 1 to April...

County Ag Commissioner releases 2017 crop report

The gross production value for Colusa County agriculture was just under $883.6 million in 2017, up by about $92 million from 2016, according to...

Northern California Academy of Leadership Class Returns to Colusa

  In 2014, the Northern California Academy of Leadership (NorCAL) launched its inaugural program for participants from a broad range of business professions. The successful...

Chef’s Challenge Returns to the Colusa County Fair

Three new competitors will duel cooking skills at the 2nd annual Chef’s Challenge, returning to the Colusa County Fair, Friday, June 10, 2016. The Challenge,...

This New Year: Make Realistic Resolutions to Lose Weight

The University of Scranton says losing weight is the number one resolution, but, says only about eight percent of Americans achieve their new year's...

Colusa County Candidate Interviews Clerk & Recorder

Amy Rennick-Gwinnup Lifelong Colusa County resident, Amy Rennick-Gwinnup began her career with the Colusa County Clerk & Recorders Office in 2000 as a Deputy Clerk...

Avoid a DUI this St. Patrick’s Day

As Californians throughout the state plan to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS),...

CHP Focuses on Seat Belts for Memorial Day

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is joining the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) and law enforcement agencies nationwide to promote the "Click It...

Three honored at Woman of the Year Event

Three Colusa County Women received recognition for outstanding service to their communities during the third annual Women of the Year Event, hosted by Congressman...

Driver escapes serious injury in single-vehicle rollover near Grimes

  A Napa resident suffered only minor injuries as a result of a single-vehicle rollover near Grimes last week. According to the California Highway Patrol, Natalie...

Pierce recognized for Advanced Placement success

Pierce Joint Unified School District was named to the College Board’s AP District Honor Roll this year. The distinction placed the district among 433...

27 Honored at Caring Youth Counts Ceremony

Honored in community service, strength of character and heroic resilience, 27 students were acknowledge at the 10th Annual Caring Youth Count ceremony hosted by...

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