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2022-01-13

Ferreria to lead Western Fairs Association

A Maxwell native and former Colusa County Fair CEO has been selected to lead the Western Fairs Association Board of Directors. Carolan Ferreria, who is...

Gardening corner: Inspect your landscape trees for hazards

Our beloved trees have had a hard time. Between the drought and not watering our lawns, the trees have taken a beating. Now is...

Prison officials investigated alleged cell-block murder

A prison inmate sentenced out of Colusa County last August was killed in his cell on Saturday in what investigators are calling a homicide.  Benjy...

Life is good: Judge not 

I’m guilty of making snap judgements. Shame on me. No really: Shame on me! We should always strive to see the good and overlook the...

Arrest Log (Jan. 13, 2022)

On Jan. 6, 2022, at 07:24 PM, the Colusa County Sheriff's Office arrested Kevin Douglas Crone, 35, of Colusa, Calif., in the area of...

Aguiar-Curry announces bid for re-election

Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D-Winters) last week announced that she will seek re-election on June 7 to the State Assembly in the newly drawn 4th...

Williams Community Center hosts freecycle event

Are you starting spring-cleaning early? If you need to rid yourself of some clutter or clothing, don’t trash your stuff, “freecycle” it instead. Freecycling...

Panthers top Princeton

Colusa County’s two smallest high schools squared off in a non-conference basketball twin bill last Wednesday night in Maxwell. After the dust had settled,...

Corona Classic: a tribute to the power of one

In the mid-19th century, an American politician named Edward Everett, when discussing how one person can make a difference in society responded, “I am...

Proposed state budget garners mixed response 

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday unveiled a $286 billion state budget proposal for 2022-23 that invests in COVID-19 response, wildfires and drought, climate change,...

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