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2022-01-27

Wymore selected Officer of the Year

One of the City of Williams’ newest police officers is also one of their best.  Williams Chief of Police Jim Saso last week recognized Officer...

Colusa Farm Show returns to fairgrounds

The Colusa Farm Show returns next week for its 56th running.  The Colusa County Fairgrounds will be open for the three-day trade show, beginning Tuesday,...

Williams investing in road improvements 

The Williams City Council last week said they will spend $1 million from the general fund this year for road repairs.  City officials said according...

Colusa approves donation policy

The Colusa City Council on Jan. 18 adopted a policy that will allow city staff to better document and distribute donations made by benefactors...

Reading rocks Colusa County…literally 

People in the community are reminded to keep an eye out for painted rocks that may be hidden throughout Colusa County that inspire them...

County supervisors adopt communication strategy 

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors last week approved a strategic communications plan that should keep the county’s contracted communications consultant busy for life...

Lawsuit filed over CIP housing project 

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the City of Colusa and Colusa Industrial Properties (named as a party...

Gomez earns degree from University of Maryland 

Jennifer Gomez, of Arbuckle, earned an Associate of Arts from the University of Maryland Global Campus. More than 8,000 students from all 50 states,...

Maxwell basketball falls to Los Molinos

Playing in Maxwell last Friday night, the Los Molinos Bulldogs had too much bite for the hometown Panthers, who fell 35-24 in the varsity...

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