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2021/11/11

4-H Craft Expo stirs creative juices

The Colusa County 4-H “Make it and Take it” Craft Expo on Saturday had youth and adults of all ages making Christmas ornaments and...

New I-5 signs honor local fallen police officer 

It has been nearly three years since Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona, a native of Arbuckle, was killed in the line of duty -...

County approves opposition to vaccine mandate

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution expressing opposition to any policy, law, or executive order that creates a...

Public invited to meet Alzheimer’s Association regional director 

People who provide support for loved ones suffering with Alzheimer’s or dementia often need support themselves.  While a small group of people take advantage of...

Colusa tightens controls on city-sponsored events

After a massive amount of money from local donors flowed to mostly businesses outside Colusa County for four summer festivals, the Colusa City Council...

Scouts honor veterans

Colusa Cub and Scouts assisted the cemetery staff in placing flags on veteran grave sites at the Colusa Cemetery in preparation for Veterans Day....

UCCE Beet Curly Top Virus Informational Meeting 2021

The University of California Cooperative Extension Colusa-Sutter-Yuba Vegetable Crops Program is hosting a grower meeting to provide information about Beet Curly Top Virus (BCTV)...

Third person charged with attempted murder

A third person has been charged in connection to the stabbing of a Williams man, who was reportedly lured in by an alleged Yuba...

Arrest Log (11/11/2021)

On Nov. 3, 2021, at 1:02 PM, the Colusa Police Department arrested Carol India Pickens, 54, of Yuba City, Calif., in the area of...

Queens of the court  Maxwell crowned volleyball champs

After an eight-year hiatus from the section championships, No. 2 seeded Maxwell made its return this season and claimed the Northern Section CIF Division...

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