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Community gearing up for Colusa Farm Show

The Colusa Farm Show returns next week for its 57th running. The Colusa County Fairgrounds will be open for the three-day trade show, beginning Tuesday,...

Snow geese migration to be celebrated

Birds are here this time of year. The 23rd annual Snow Goose Festival returns this weekend for birders and other outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy...

Rainfall returns to Colusa County

Cloudy with a chance of rain…and maybe a little flooding. After three years of extreme drought, rain fell in California this week, enough for run-off...

New, returning elected officials sworn in

Eight new and returning elected officials took their oaths of office on Tuesday in the upstairs courtroom of the historic Colusa County Courthouse. A...

Colusa Council selects new leadership

The Colusa City Council reorganized their leadership at their last meeting in December, pegging four-time Mayor Greg Ponciano to take the helm in 2023. The...

Wreaths honor deceased veterans

Green wreaths with red bows were placed at more than 1,300 headstones in the Colusa, Williams, Colusa Catholic, and Cachil Dehe Wintun cemeteries on...

Colusa High performs Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon

Colusa High School’s Theatre Class performed their first play of the school year, “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon.” The class presented the comedy for two different...

Daisy Troop brings joy to needy children

It’s never too early to practice kindness and generosity and Colusa Daisy Girl Scouts were eager to start. The second grade girls took on their...

Military heroes celebrated in Colusa

Local veterans were honored on Nov. 11 for their dedication, courage, heroism, and achievements. Colusa Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 2441 and the...

Stonyford Museum honors vets, dedicates memorial

When Mike and Donna Thomas left Sonoma County last year for an unfamiliar town in the western foothills of Colusa County, little did they...

Depot birthday celebrated at Arbuckle car show

For two decades, hundreds of people have flocked to the Arbuckle Car Show in late October to celebrate the birthday of the Arbuckle Railroad...

Puptoberfest raises money for animal shelter

The fourth annual Puptoberfest on Saturday was a fundraising success for Friends of the Colusa County Animal Shelter.  More than a dozen dogs were decked...

Second graders learn about city government

A mock city council composed of five Burchfield second graders from Kendall McCarty’s class could face a tough re-election after voting 3-2 on Oct. 4...

Students immerse themselves in history

Williams Elementary School third graders stepped back into time last week with a visit to the Sacramento Valley Museum. The date on the chalkboard inside...

Wild Things in Colusa

Children visiting the Bright Vista Youth Center in Colusa last week went wild for exotic animals most wouldn’t see outside of a zoo. The educational...

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