Since retiring and moving to the Arbuckle area, Arbuckle Pumpkin Festival event organizer Kay Lemos said she joined the Arbuckle Revitalization Committee to give back to the new community she instantly fell in love with.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced Monday night that they may be conducting a public safety power shutoff that could impact about 30 counties in California, including Colusa, starting today (Wednesday).
Last month, more than 60 volunteers headed down to the Colusa-Sacramento River State Recreation Area for the eighth annual Colusa River Clean Up, sponsored by Premier Mushrooms.
As the weather starts to cool and the leaves slowly change to shades of red and oranges, the Arbuckle Rejuvenation Committee will host the eighth annual Arbuckle Pumpkin Festival on Sunday, Oct. 6 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Colusa County Public Health reports that findings from a recent county-wide survey finds that a large population of students from Colusa and surrounding counties are susceptible to future tobacco use.
The Colusa County Office of Education announced on Monday that the department has been awarded the “Innovative Approaches to Literacy” grant totaling $2.25 million dollars, which will be dispersed over three years by the U.S. Department of Education.
The dust from construction has settled, the paint has dried and the shelves have been stocked as the newest business in Williams prepares to open its doors Thursday.
Caltrans began work on Monday to remove trees along Bridge Street in Colusa, a project that will prep the area for new curbs, gutters and sidewalks that will be installed in addition to the new roadway in the coming months.
Theme entry submissions for next year’s 90th annual Maxwell Rodeo are currently being accepted at the Maxwell Post Office, located at 260 Oak St., Maxwell Grammar School, located at 146 North St., and Maxwell High School, located at 412 Parque Ave.
The school year is in full swing and both kids and teachers are settling in. Colusa Unified School District welcomed quite a few new administrators to the district this year so we caught up with them to find out a bit about these new comers and pick their brains about the rest of the school year.
Eleven teams were out on the greens at the Colusa Golf and Country Club Friday morning, driving, swing and putting their way through the second annual Karen’s House golf tournament fundraiser.
Dozens of people headed down to the river in Colusa on Saturday, not for a fun-filled day of sand and surf, but to get their hands dirty as part of the eighth annual Colusa River Clean Up, sponsored by Premier Mushrooms.
LaVanch Hursh Park in Arbuckle will soon welcome junkers, pickers and antique enthusiasts alike for the first of its kind Arbuckle Vintage Market, sponsored by the Arbuckle Rejuvenation Committee.
The man charged in the 2017 collision that killed an Orland man pleaded guilty on Thursday to vehicular homicide with gross negligence in Glenn County Superior Court.
Numerous firefighters from the area headed north last week to provide assistance as the Red Bank Fire continues to blaze 25 miles west of Red Bluff in Tehama County.
Agriculture around the region is big business. So much so that it nearly accounted for $1 billion in business in Colusa County last year, according to the most recent crop report released by the Agricultural Commissioner’s Office.
The unemployment rate in Colusa County improved slightly in July compared to the month prior, according to the latest figures from the Employment Development Department.
Want to live the life of a farmer or rancher, if only for a couple of days? Then join the Colusa County Farm Bureau for their annual Ag Tours Friday, Sept. 6 and Saturday, Sept. 7.
After three recent mass shootings in California, Ohio and Texas, the topic of extreme risk protection orders, commonly known as “red flag laws” was raised in the national conversation as a possible solution to curb gun violence.
The Colusa County Office of Education announced the appointment of Aaron Heinz as Superintendent of Administrative Services effective Sept. 9.