With the first big storm of the season and the Nov. 15 start of flood season behind us, the Sun-Herald spoke to some local officials to see how things are looking during this years rainy season.
Just weeks after ambulance cuts went into effect countywide, the Colusa Fire Department has come up with a solution to reduce extended response times within the city with the introduction of a Basic Life Support alternative transport vehicle.
Rain and wind did not deter the Colusa High School soccer teams as both the girls and boys opened the season with non-conference wins in a doubleheader in Marysville on Nov. 26.
Festivities are planned across the county this weekend to kick off the holiday season, starting with the annual Christmas Tyme in Colusa event on Friday.
With winter around the corner and temperatures dropping, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife urges the public to winterize homes and other buildings to prevent wildlife from taking up residence.
A fire at a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. substation in downtown Colusa resulted in law enforcement evacuating surrounding blocks of homes and customers losing power for several hours late Sunday night and into early Monday morning.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the California Wildlife Officer Foundation are co-sponsoring the annual “Passing on the Tradition” essay contest for young hunters.
The Community Christmas Choir will be performing various Christmas concerts around the county during the holiday season. Each show will include a mix of old and new Christmas anthems as well as sing-a-long carols. Following the performance, light refreshments will be served. All performances…
Colusa County’s unemployment rate saw an increase in October compared to the month prior, according to the most recent statistics from the Employment Development Department.
The rain, windy conditions and snowy that started yesterday are expected to last through Thanksgiving, according to the National Weather Service Sacramento.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. announced Monday that there may be a power shutoff due to a high wind event starting today and 20 customers in Colusa County could be affected.
To get people into the holiday spirit, the Colusa County Fairgrounds will host the 33rd annual Colusa Holiday Craft Faire and Gift Show this weekend at the fairgrounds located at 1303 10th St. in Colusa.
With the reduction of ambulance services looming for just over a month, officials county wide have been working to come up with solutions before the cuts go into effect on Friday.
(LEFT): Marvin King, of Linda is the Yuba-Sutter County Veteran Service Officer and was among the honorees at the Yuba-Sutter Veterans Stand Down’s seventh annual Standing Tall for Veterans fundraiser dinner.
To help fight the illegal sale and marketing of tobacco products to minors, the Colusa County Office of Education is receiving a $427,589 grant from the Department of Justice’s Tobacco Grant program.
The Friends of the Library Bookworm Used Bookstore will be opening the second Saturday of each month from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. beginning Nov. 9 to better accommodate working and school-age customers.
The unemployment rate saw a decrease in September from the month prior in Colusa County, according to the most recent numbers from the Employment Development Department.
To raise money to serve local Veterans, Yuba-Sutter Stand Down will host its seventh annual “Standing Tall for Veterans,” dinner fundraiser at Colusa Casino Resort, located at 3770 State Route 45 in Colusa, on Friday, Nov. 8.
The Colusa Medical Center submitted an application last week requesting that the facility receive a Critical Access Hospital designation.
Organizers have deemed the second annual Harvest Fall Festival at Burchfield Primary School a success, with more than one hundred people attending the family-fun event to enjoy games, food and fall inspired fun last week.