Sunday, February 28, 2021

Colusa FBLA shines at virtual section conference

Last February when the Colusa FBLA chapter hosted the Northern Section Leadership Conference, the campus was abuzz with activity, however this year, was an...

Mural proposed to honor Colusa woman 

Mary Winters loved Colusa, books, color, and community - and her legacy will soon be on display in a very public way. The Colusa County...

Local agencies clamor for Proposition 68 grant funding 

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors, local park districts, and the cities of Colusa and Williams have found that when it comes to taxpayer...

Williams to rid bats from historic schoolhouse dome

The Williams City Council, with a little help from the Colusa County Board of Supervisors, is taking care of a serious bat problem at...

Maxwell Fire Department finds success in curb-side crab feed

What's become the new norm for fundraising during a pandemic was no different for the Maxwell Fire Department on Saturday, as their annual crab...

Maxwell resident soars with accomplishments

A 2017 Maxwell High School graduate, Mallory Mathis, is making strides this year amid the Covid-19 pandemic.  As a current senior at Chapman University, Mathis...

Colusa County Open?

Clarification: In the May 20, story on ‘Colusa County Open..maybe? Sort of...it’s complicated’, there is some confusion by Colusa officials and members of the...

CCOE receives ‘Kindess Certified Schools’ recognition

The world can use some extra joy right now and staff and students at Colusa County Office of Education (CCOE) are doing their part...

Events kick off holiday season 

Arbuckle kicked off the Christmas season on Sunday with its second annual Hometown Holiday Stroll.  The event was sponsored by the Arbuckle Revitalization Committee.  About 30...

Sunflower photos capture a special friendship

What started off as a small request of a sunflower photoshoot has bloomed into a bouquet of compassion from residents of Colusa County. Madison Bright,...

Garcia-Vaca appears for arraignment

Salvador Garcia-Vaca sat in Colusa County Superior Court today in shackles, and a bulletproof vest as he listened to a police detective say Karen...

Community honors Hartill with livestock event

After many long weeks of deliberations and jumping through hoops for the Junior Livestock Auction to be approved, then denied, Colusa County did not...

Colusa County issues ‘Shelter-in-place’ directive due to COVID-19

All residents directed to shelter in place On March 19, 2020, Dr. Gregory Burt, Colusa County Public Health Officer, issued a directive restricting activities...

O Honey makes Colusa Farmers’ Market a bit sweeter

Those looking for a local solution to satiating their sweet tooth need not look any further than the Colusa Certified Farmers Market. O Honey, a...

Fine dining on the range

A new dining option has opened in the middle of a pandemic where many small businesses are closing their doors. The Restaurant on the...

Arrest Log (02/04/2021)

Ryda Marie Stuart, 69, of Lower Lake, CA, was arrested by the California Highway Patrol on 01/29/2021, at 9:07 AM, in the area of...

Muriel Scofield (1928-2019)

The family of Muriel Scofield is sad to announce that she passed away unexpectedly on July 13, 2019, surrounded by her family. Muriel was born...

Sweeping up for health of the community

The newly formed Broom Brigade had their first cleanup effort, “Colusa Pride” and started with streets around the Veterans Memorial Park on July 20. “Community...

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,...

New supervisor sworn in

New District 2 Supervisor Daurice Kalfsbeek Smith took her seat on the Colusa County Board of Supervisors on Monday.  Kalfsbeek was sworn in on Jan....

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...

Drive-by parade for 100th birthday celebration 

A well-known Williams woman is Colusa County’s newest centenarian.  Marie Spooner turned 100 years old on Sunday, and got the surprise of her life.  Dozens of...

Schedler Announced as Sole Pastor at Bethlehem Lutheran Church

On Sunday, November 16, 2014, Rev. Walter J. Schedler was installed as "Sole Pastor" of Bethlehem Lutheran Church of Colusa, CA. The church is a...

College City gets new monument sign

For many years, one could drive from Arbuckle to Grimes without realizing you entered and exited a town called College City.   That, however, is...

Arrest log (03/04/2020)

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Search on for new Williams Unified administrator 

The Williams Unified School District Board of Trustees hit the ground running at their first meeting in 2021 to find a new superintendent of...

Two suffer “major injuries” in Interstate 5 collision

A man and a woman were transported to Enloe Medical Center with major injuries from a two-car collision on Interstate 5 on Saturday, the...

Coronavirus vaccinations underway in Colusa County 

EDITORS NOTE: The County of Colusa released an updated statement following the publication of this story. Read statement. Covid-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2...

Assistant Probation Chief retires after 29 years

The Colusa County Probation Department said good-bye on Friday to one of the county’s longest serving law enforcement officers.  Assistant Chief Gerry Munoz retired from...

Sites Authority appoints new executive director

Following a comprehensive outreach and recruitment effort, the Sites Project Authority Board of Directors has selected Jerry Brown as the executive director for Sites...

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