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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...

Volunteers pick up trash along river

About 60 volunteers slipped into rubber gloves on Saturday to pick up trash and debris along the Sacramento River in Colusa. The annual Colusa River...

African vector control reps visit Colusa district

The Colusa Mosquito Abatement District recently hosted a visit with two delegates from Tanzania and Ghana Africa. Both representatives work for their National Mosquito and...

Colusa welcomes new police officer, promotes another

Tuesday was a long-awaited day for the citizens of Colusa as the Colusa Police Department added a new police officer to the force and...

Duck calling champions earn spots at world competition

It was no surprise Sunday that fresh off a seventh place finish at the 2021 World Duck Calling Championship in Stuttgart, Ark. last November,...

Swimming season wraps with marathon event

Community members came together to celebrate the Colusa Cyclones Swim Team’s successful season with a marathon swimming event on Saturday at the city pool. Swimmers...

Girl Scout to help youth ride bikes again 

When Makinzie Frank-Guzman started working on achieving the highest award possible in Girl Scouts, she considered rallying the community to build a skate park...

Drought fuels fear of total economic devastation

In a typical August, Colusa County rice fields would be lush green as the grain begins to flower and ripen.  Colusa County is the top...

Arbuckle celebrates summer

The Arbuckle Revitalization Committee held its first Watermelon Festival on Saturday, July 23. The event included vendors, kids games, a barbecue lunch, watermelon, and...

Colusa parks make life better

With summer in full swing, the City of Colusa is raising awareness of the benefits of parks and recreation as an essential community service. The...

Airplane buffs gather for 26th Fly-in

About 80 pilots flew into the Colusa County Airport on Saturday in a wide array of aircraft. Vintage planes, including World War II trainers, experimental...

Reclamation District 108 celebrates 150 years of innovation

The Reclamation District originally known as Swamp Land District No. 108 should have celebrated its sesquicentennial two years ago, but the delayed birthday bash...

Portuguese Festa returns to Princeton

The three young women chosen to reign over the Holy Ghost and St. Anthony Portuguese Festa in Princeton were radiant on Sunday, and the...

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