Monday, March 1, 2021

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Colusa County reports first confirmed case of COVID-19

On March 27, 2020, The Colusa County Public Health Department received confirmation that a Colusa County resident has tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19)....

The Work Continues – Feeding Hungry Children During COVID-19 Crisis

CDFA’s Office of Farm to Fork (F2F) is committed to ensuring that all Californians have access to healthy and nutritious California-grown food. F2F would...

Colusa County Sheriff to host Arbuckle Community Meeting

Colusa County Sheriff, Joe Garofalo will be hosting a community meeting for Arbuckle on Thursday, April 30, 2015, at 6:30 PM, at the Arbuckle...

Workshops to be held for Cash for College

Assemblymember Bill Dodd (D-Napa) is partnering to promote Cash for College Workshops being hosted by local community colleges in conjunction with the California Student...

New subdivision underway in Colusa

Groundbreaking got underway last week on a new housing development in Colusa. In collaboration with the City of Colusa and Colusa Industrial Properties, Blazona Development...

Boy injured during Fair Parade after horse bucks rider, bolts into crowd

Rider arrested on suspicion of felony DUI A Grimes man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence on Friday, after the horse he...

What’s your plan? (02/25/2021)

Life was bliss growing up on King Street! I made my entrance into this world two years into the 1960s, in the month of October....

Williams Pioneer Day honors local agricultural legends, Saturday

Williams area agriculture, as well as community spirit, will be well represented in the Pioneer Day Parade when three beloved residents of the city...

Bowling fundraiser aids animals awaiting permanent homes 

Riverside Lanes in Colusa was packed to the brim on Friday with people who believe in the work of Friends of the Colusa County...

Vets share stories with Egling fifth graders

Based on the concept of “Take a Veteran to School Day,” the annual Veterans Day Celebration at Egling Middle School has become an educational...

Kittle’s donates electric bikes to Colusa Police Department

The Colusa Police Department added a couple of new vehicles to their fleet, thanks to the donation of a local businessman. Kittle’s Outdoor & Sport...

Colusa County Farm Bureau Donates More than $8,000 to Youth Causes 

Continuing its tradition of donating to youth causes, the Colusa County Farm Bureau Board of Directors voted to donate over $8,000 to such causes...

Williams teachers vote no confidence in superintendent 

Members of the Williams Teachers Association donned matching T-Shirts that read, “Teachers are the Core of Our School,” for last Thursday’s meeting of the...

Fraudulent Callers Target Medical Information

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is warning the public today about fraudulent phone callers seeking to deceive people into revealing sensitive personal...

Growing Start Now Enrolling

The Family Action Centers of Colusa County are now accepting applications for the Growing Start Program, set to begin September 8, 2015. “The Growing Start...

Veterans Car Show celebrates wellness

Car show enthusiasts have one thing in common: they love to congregate outside where they can show off - or go to admire –...

Assemblymember Yamada Announces Hearing to Examine Agritourism

Assemblymember Mariko Yamada (D-Davis), Chair of the Assembly Select Committee on Sustainable and Organic Agriculture, will hold an informational hearing entitled, “Agritourism in California:...

Colusa County Sandbag Locations

In the event of a flood, the Colusa County Department of Public Works, the City of Williams and the City of Colusa have sandbag...

County crop report shows upward agriculture trend 

Colusa County’s agriculture production continues to inch toward the $1 billion mark. For the fourth time in history, the value of all local agriculture products...

Thanksgiving Day meal scaled back, but not cancelled

COVID-19 will not put a damper on all Thanksgiving traditions this year. A Hand Up, an organization made up of five local churches, has planned...

Youth events scheduled in Colusa and Arbuckle

Young Life is a non denominational Christian outreach ministry to high school students (Young Life) and to junior high school students (WYLdlife). Young Life...

Arbuckle students win grand prize in national reading challenge

Epic!, a leading digital media brand for kids, challenged classrooms across the country to read a total of seven million books for Epic!’s Spring...

Residents cautioned to avoid mosquito bites

Rice fields are predominantly died up in Colusa County, but residents are still advised to be vigilant about mosquitoes. Two sentinel chickens used to detect...

Annual community grants awarded

  For many Colusa County non-profit groups, $250 goes a long way. That is why Premier Mushroom Inc. teams up with the Colusa County Chamber of...

Maxwell FFA learn the spirit of giving

For the past three weeks, the Maxwell FFA chapter has collected dozens of canned food items, winter coats, toys, and dog and cat food. “Because...

Youth giving comfort to kids in foster care

Girl Scout Troop No. 1764 last week put together 101 “Sweet Cases,” also known as comfort bags, for Colusa County children who enter foster...

Trump Administration appoints Vann to serve as State Director for USDA Rural Development

The Trump Administration recently appointed Colusa County Supervisor Kim Dolbow Vann to serve as the new State Director for the USDA Rural Development in...

Holiday Craft Faire this weekend

Editors note: this story has been updated from the print edition to correct the day from Friday to Saturday.  Taking the stress and guesswork out...

Bailey Wilson reigns as 2018 Miss Colusa County

Bailey Wilson, an 18-year-old from Maxwell, was crowned Miss Colusa County opening day of the Colusa County Fair. Wilson is the daughter of Mary and...

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