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2022-01-20

New art exhibit opens in Colusa

Colors that make the world feel vibrant and alive grace the walls of the Colusa County Arts Council studio in Colusa.  The work of renowned...

State quashes Colusa’s marina dream

The Colusa City Council’s hope for a marina on the Sacramento River ended last month when California State Parks announced the latest round of...

Local COVID-19 cases rise, hospitalization remain low 

Colusa County’s initial shipment of at-home tests for COVID-19 were distributed within 15 minutes on Friday.  Colusa County Health and Human Services Director Elizabeth Kelly...

Colusa inching toward allowing pot shops

The Colusa Planning Commission is on its last stretch to finalize a cannabis ordinance that could pave the way for the retail sale of...

Williams pitches options for E Street 

The City of Williams hosted two stakeholder meetings last week to determine how E Street might look in the future.  Hosted by Bennett Engineering Services...

County continues to look for ambulance solutions

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors will likely determine in the next few weeks if a half-cent sales tax increase might be necessary to...

Pierce win spoils Colusa homecoming

A large crowd assembled in Colusa’s Don Bransford Gymnasium last Friday night to see the visiting Pierce Bears spoil the hometown RedHawks’ homecoming, after...

‘Jacket boys soccer winning big

Returning to the pitch for the first time in over a month, the Williams Yellowjacket boys soccer team showed no ill effects from the...

Colusa girls down Winters

With the recent surge in COVID cases interrupting the slate of girls basketball games, the Colusa RedHawks made the most of their one chance...

Colusa soccer holds off Pierce

Sacramento Valley League play kicked off last week as the Colusa RedHawks’ girls and boys soccer teams claimed victories over the rival Pierce Bears,...

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