Thursday, October 21, 2021

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08/26/2021

County rivals take to the court

The Williams Lady Jackets hosted their first home game of the season, Aug. 19, against the Maxwell Lady Panthers. A hard fought battle going...

Pierce volleyball hangs on to defeat Gridley

While it wasnt always pretty, the young Bear volleyball team showed its mettle last Tuesday night at home.  After being pushed to a fifth...

 Colusa volleyball sweeps Sutter in opener

After having their first match of the year against Middletown postponed, the Colusa RedHawks finally got their chance Thursday night at home and made...

Maxwell: playing a numbers game

With enrollment right around a 100 students, fielding an 11-man football team has become no easy task in Maxwell; however, the Panthers are a...

Colusa: embarking on a new era

As the only county school to opt out entirely of last years COVID abbreviated season, the RedHawks enter 2021 with a new head coach...

Williams: turning simplicity into success

After spending most of last year in distance learning and having limited athletic contacts, the Williams Yellowjackets are looking forward to having its student...

Pierce: something to prove

While the three other county football programs have had lower than normal participation numbers over the summer, such is not the case in Arbuckle...

Election officials gear up for gubernatorial recall 

Ballots have been sent out by the Colusa County Elections Department for voters to decide the fate of Gov. Gavin Newsom.  The special Gubernatorial Recall...

Convicted arsonist back in custody

Convicted former Safe Haven volunteer Robert Dean Cates, 74, also known as Robert Dean Koym, is being held in the Colusa County Jail without...

Informal gathering allows citizens, public officials to connect 

Colusa City Council members Tom Reishe and Daniel Vaca, along with City Manager Jesse Cain, met with a few citizens last week for a...

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