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The Colusa Fire Department was already bustling early Saturday morning, hours before they opened their doors to the community for this years installment of their annual crab and steak feed.

The Colusa County Fairgrounds is gearing up for the 54th installment of the Colusa Farm Show, the longest continuously running agricultural equipment show on the West Coast that attracts more than 20,000 people each year.

The main branch of the Colusa County Library is now the host site for the Senior Nutrition Program, which is facilitated through a partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services.

In an effort to help juvenile justice system-involved youths, the Yuba County Office of Education is going to offer new services to help them transition after release and offer them positive role models. 

The University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Cooperative Extension will host the Colusa Winter Almond Meeting today (Wed. Jan. 22) at the Granzella’s Banquet Hall, located at 457 Seventh Street in Williams, from 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

The “Mary Circle” Bible study will be held in the parlor at Trinity United Methodist Church, located at Fifth and Oak Streets in Colusa, on Tuesdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. beginning February 4. The weekly prayerful discussion is based on simple readings from the Upper Room Daily Devotional and …

A state Assembly bill referred to as "Erik’s Law" failed to pass a vote Tuesday at a Public Safety Committee hearing Tuesday morning. The bill, AB 665, was named in honor of Colusa teen Erik Ingebretsen, who was murdered in 1997.

The proposed Sites Reservoir will receive a $6 million investment from the federal government as part of a bipartisan spending bill that was signed during President Donald Trump's year-end spending package. According to a release issued by the Sites Project Authority, the funding, authorized…

Precipitation might be below average for this time of year, but cold weather storms in November and December have set California up for a good start to its water year 2020.

Seven-year-old Logan Herbert was at the Honeybee Discovery Center museum Friday looking at bees under a microscope. 

Since 1854, the California State Fair has showcased the progress and advancement of the State’s agricultural industry. In celebration of those individuals who have substantially contributed to California’s Agriculture success, the California State Fair is seeking nominations for the 2020 Agr…

A bill named after Erik Ingebretsen, the Colusa teen killed by his friends in 1997, is getting a second chance for approval.

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The California Rice Commission organizes annual grower meetings to update rice farmers on the biggest issues facing the industry each year. Next year’s meetings will be on the same day in January in Yuba City and Colusa.

To ring in the new year, the Sacramento River Fire Protection District Grand Island Station will host its annual New Year’s Day breakfast today (Wednesday, Jan. 1), at the fire station, located at 359 Main St. in Grimes.

The Census 2020 Complete Count Committee will be hosting a 2020 Census Region One Training on Jan. 8 in the Colusa Industrial Properties Conference Room, located at 100 Sunrise Boulevard in Colusa, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Colusa County had the second worst unemployment rate in the state in November, according to the latest statistics from the Employment Development Department. 

The Sites Project Authority is hoping to make substantial progress on the off-stream water storage project proposed for Colusa and Glenn counties in the new year and will look to hire a new leader at the beginning of 2020 to help with the next phase.

Colusa High School senior Rebecca Randolph is one of more than 800 high school cheerleaders from across the United States that will represent the Memphis, Tenn. cheerleading group Varsity Spirit in the London New Year’s Day Parade today. 

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a two-part series looking back at the stories reported in 2019 in the Colusa area by Colusa County Sun-Herald reporters. (Dates are when the news stories were published).

The Colusa City Fire Department teamed up with Santa last week to spread some holiday cheer by handing out candy candy canes around town for the annual “Santa on Wheels,” excursion. 

Members of Indivisible Colusa County organized rallies in Colusa and Williams last week to urge the U.S. Congress to impeach President Donald Trump – events that coincided with similar “Impeach and Remove” rallies that happened across the country on Dec. 17.

The family of the women that dead while incarcerated at the Colusa County Jail in April from an apparent suicide attempt has filed a wrongful death lawsuit claiming negligence and that the facility failed to provide the deceased with access to proper medical care while in custody.

For the first time ever, the Colusa Cemetery joined more than 1,600 burial grounds across the country to honor veterans during national Wreaths Across America Day.

It was clear to see that the holiday spirit was alive and well in Williams on Saturday as hundreds of people braved the cold December night to attend the annual Festival of Lights Parade and Downtown Stroll. 

A Yuletide Dinner will be served in Friendship Hall at the Trinity Methodist Church, located at 511 Oak St. in Colusa, from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Christmas Day. This free holiday meal is open to the community and everyone is welcome to attend.