Caltrans crews are scheduled to continue working on a number of roadwork projects in the area.
Last week President Donald Trump signed a $19.1 billion dollar disaster relief bill aimed to support Californians and other Americans impacted by recent disasters.
Summer is upon us yet again which means time for long-awaited vacations and trips to the beach or lake to cool off. While the warm weather is a catalyst for lots of summertime fun and memories, it is also one of the deadliest times of the year for drivers.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of man’s first steps on the moon, the Colusa County Free Library will be hosting space inspired programming for readers of all ages and abilities this summer.
The man charged in the 2017 collision that killed Pleasant Valley High School teacher and coach Brett Silva was held to answer on the charges during a preliminary hearing on May 23.
During the summer months, the need for food assistance increases for lower income families because children are out of school but donations at local food closets typically decrease during this time.
Colusa County has been included in a disaster declaration issued by President Trump, along with 10 other counties in California, after a large portion of the state that was damaged by winter storms earlier this year.
Another school year is coming to an end which means graduation season is upon us. Here is a list of the senior graduation ceremonies taking place around the county:
The Colusa Certified Farmers Market plans to continue offering the Market Match program at the seasonal market this year thanks to a grant from the Ecology Center of Berkeley.
Colusa County’s unemployment rate improved in April compared to March, according to the latest figures released by the state Employment Development Department.
The Maxwell American Legion Post No. 218 and the Colusa Veterans of Foreign Wars post No. 2441 invite the public to honor Colusa County’s deceased veterans during multiple Memorial Day Ceremonies held throughout the county.
Court proceedings are moving forward in the case against the Arbuckle man accused of murdering two women last year that were found hidden on the property where he resided.
The 2019 Stonyford Rodeo Queen is Caylie Gardner, 15, who lives in Elk Creek. She attends Willows High School and is involved in Rodeos and FFA. She loves to rope and work cattle and is a true cowgirl. She carries a 4.0 GPA and plans to become a nurse.
To preserve dozens of jobs, the Colusa County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution authorizing the release of the county’s financial interest in a large local company.