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District Attorney’s office moves to new location 

The Colusa County District Attorney’s Office is settling in at their new location on 310 6th Street, in Colusa.  District Attorney Matthew Beauchamp and staff...

Colusa County board clerk recognized for achievement 

It’s a rare occasion that former Colusa County Supervisor Kim Dolbow Vann makes it back to a Tuesday morning county board meeting, but her...

Holiday events as usual in most towns

Celebrating the Christmas season will be almost normal in some communities, while others have chosen to wait out the coronavirus until next year.  The annual...

COVID-19 spreading in workplaces

While the public continues to demand where the COVID cases are located in Colusa County, officials continue to inform the public there are simply...

Colusa fire deploys new fire truck  

The City of Colusa Fire Department has a new Type 6 Fire Engine.  The retrofitted Dodge Ram 5500 was purchased entirely with Strike Team funds,...

Colusa County COVID-19 cases on the rise

The spike in Colusa County COVID-19 cases has forced Colusa County on Tuesday to move back into the most restrictive “purple” tier on Gov....

Sacramento Valley Mirror publisher dead at 77

Tim Crews, founder, publisher and editor of the Sacramento Valley Mirror in Willows, died on Thursday, Nov. 12., at Shasta Regional Medical Center, in...

Fair Board postpones Colusa Farm Show

The 56th annual Colusa Farm Show will not happen in February as usual, but the 44th District Agriculture Association hasn’t given up hope entirely...

County to help small farmers replace old tractors

Colusa County is looking to make good on its promise to find a way for small farming operations to participate in a state grant...

Honoring those who served

Veterans Day last week was quiet in Colusa County as most government workers enjoyed a day off from work. Courthouses and office buildings were closed,...

Colusa tree dedicated to longtime Colusa Tree Commissioner

Family and friends of the late Charles Whitcome Tuttle gathered in Will S. Green Park on Sunday as Colusa officials dedicated a tree in...

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...

Governor tightens Colusa County coronavirus restrictions

After just a few weeks in California’s color-coded less restrictive orange tier, Colusa County went back to red and could soon head to purple...

Sponsors sought for Angel Tree

The Colusa County Advocates for Parents and Children (CAPC) is looking for sponsors to select names from its Angel Tree. The organization says the...

CAPC accepting donations for toy drive

The Colusa County Community Advocates for Parents and Children (CAPC), the Family Resource Centers of Colusa County (FRC), and the California Highway Patrol (CHP),...

Colusa to make request for Levee Park funding

The City of Colusa held the first of two public workshops on Thursday to develop a master plan for Levee Park, which could include...

Colusa firefighters host boot drive

Who were those masked men? Volunteers from the Colusa Fire Department hit Market Street on Saturday to raise a little cash to continue with the...

Election 2020: Local incumbents win some races, lose others 

The 2020 election has been nothing but a nail-biter, even in local races. For the first time in history, nearly 10,000 Colusa County registered voters...

Bridge Street project winding down

The new main artery into Colusa from the southeast is nearing completion. The $19 million highway project, designed to improve access to motorists, pedestrians, and...

Weed management in Grasslands and Rangelands webinar to be held

The latest information on weed control and fire will be presented at the Managing Weeds in Grasslands and Rangelands in the Context of Fire...

COVID-19: Colusa County advances to Orange Tier

After announcing its worries for restrictive measures, County officials announced Wednesday that the County has officially advanced to the Orange (Moderate) Tier of the...

Pooch festival in Colusa provides support for animal shelter

In just three hours on Saturday, the second annual Puptoberfest raised more than $800 for Friends of the Colusa County Animal Shelter, a non-profit...

Williams Unified celebrates opening of new facility

In any other year, Williams residents would have come in droves to the official opening of the magnificent new multipurpose room at the Elementary...

DA prevails in lawsuit against State of California

It was a David versus Goliath moment for the Colusa County District Attorney’s Office, after winning a lawsuit against the State of California in...

Williams firefighters to see slight bump in pay

The Williams City Council voted 5-0 at their Oct. 23 meeting to bump the 2021 operating budget for the Williams Fire District. City officials said...

Williams taking small steps to reopen schools

Williams Unified School District elementary school students may soon return to some in-person instruction, despite the objections of those who are afraid that kids...

DA’s office fights State Legislature in Ramazzini case

An attorney representing convicted killer Nathan Ramazzini believes the state shouldn’t keep her client locked up forever  – just because of his crime. Colusa County...

Williams to provide staging quarters for Enloe paramedics

Colusa County’s only 24-hour duty ambulance will soon return to its staging quarters in Williams, which should cut wait times significantly on the west...

Scarecrows abound in Colusa County

COVID-19 may have put many people in a holiday slump this year, but not when it comes to Halloween. The Colusa County Chamber of Commerce...

Arbuckle mural pays tribute to fallen police officer

The infamous image of a beautiful young woman in a royal blue evening gown with the black and white Thin Blue Line flag is...

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