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02/04/2021

Arbuckle child molester to fight solicitation charge

A convicted child molester has pleaded not guilty to a solicitation charge that could send him back to prison.  Trial has been set for May...

Colusa Cross Country Back on Course

For the first time in nearly 11 months, Colusa County athletes will participate in an actual competitive event when the Colusa High School Cross...

RedHawks Ready to Run & Gun in 2021

Last February, the RedHawks season came to an end with a with a one point loss to Durham in the second round of the...

Camping reopens on State-operated wildlife areas and refuges

With the recent lifting of the Regional Stay-at-Home Order in all parts of the state, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will...

Assistant Probation Chief retires after 29 years

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

Colusa reports 11th COVID death 

The coronavirus vaccine is open to individuals 65 and older in Colusa County, but that will not speed up the Public Health Departments ability...

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...

Williams approves outdoor cannabis cultivation

The Williams City Council is the first local legislative body to openly allow outdoor cannabis cultivation in greenhouse structures commonly referred to as "...

Visitors flock to refuges to enjoy wintering waterfowl

The cancellation of the 2021 Snow Goose Festival, which would have been held last week, didnt stop people from enjoying the experience of the...

County hires PR guru to develop communications plan

The Colusa County Board of Supervisor has extended their contract with Roseville consultant Justin Caporusso to develop a communication plan and social media policy.  The...

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