Sunday, November 28, 2021

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2021/11/18

Colusa County veterans honored for their service 

Before Army veteran Staff Sgt. Alex Jauregui, a native of Williams, lost both legs and received other extensive injuries when he stepped on an...

No solution yet to ambulance shortage 

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors received confirmation last week that the current ambulance system is financially unsustainable.  Colusa County officials - when they contracted...

Holiday giving spreads joy to those in need

The holiday season is a time of giving.  The community is invited to spread holiday spirit to children and others through local giving programs, such...

Colusa Holiday Craft Faire returns this weekend 

The Colusa Holiday Craft Faire is back and will be the first major event for Colusa County to truly ring in the spirit of...

County redistricting process near complete

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors last week released its fourth proposed map to show what the new supervisorial and county voting district boundaries...

Stonyford Museum celebrates milestone, honors veterans 

The Stonyford Museum celebrated its 10th anniversary in conjunction with the opening of a temporary expanded military display, with numerous artifacts and photographs on...

Arrest Log (11/18/2021)

On Nov. 11, 2021, at 01:44 PM, the Colusa County Sheriff's Office arrested Jacqueline Ann Marble, 64, of Princeton, Calif., in the area of...

Walk held to raise awareness of suicide 

The more people that come together to shine a light on suicide, the more the intersection between suicide and mental health comes out of...

Colusa Firefighters Association event spreads holiday cheer

The inaugural Holiday with Friends Vendor and Craft Fair was held Saturday, in front of the Colusa City Fire Station, where 30 vendors collectively...

life as i see it And so it begins. . .

I have a sure fire sign that the holidays are upon us. My birthday has come and gone, and I’ve had my holiday singing birthday...

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