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What started as a concept to honor local veterans has grown into a monument of concrete and brick, telling the stories of hundreds of veterans connected to Colusa County. 

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The Fourth of July is largely about traditions and celebrating America’s birthday with friends and family amidst barbecues, picnics and fireworks. 

The Colusa City Council was tasked with discussing whether to approve two new city positions during last night’s meeting despite facing the largest budget deficit the city has seen to date and continued economic uncertainty brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is urging anglers and other recreational water users to be vigilant about checking for harmful freshwater algal blooms, known as HABs, while enjoying area lakes, reservoirs, rivers, streams and creeks this year, according to a release.

In just the last seven days the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases within Colusa County has more than quadrupled, according to health officials.

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Anyone can try their hand at angling this Fourth of July holiday – no fishing license required – during this year’s first free days of fishing announced by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.

California farms, ranches and agriculture businesses will sustain pandemic related losses between $5.9 billion and $8.6 billion this year, according to a study findings announced by the California Farm Bureau Federation last week. 

With Independence Day approaching, Cal Fire is reminding all Californians and visitors to help prevent fires caused by illegal fireworks or the misuse of “safe and sane” fireworks. 

UPDATE: The Fourth of July Celebration at Colusa Casino Resort has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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The Colusa City Council approved a resolution last Tuesday night that allows the city to move forward with a needs assessment report that will be funded by money in the city’s cannabis fund.

The COVID-19 pandemic has canceled a lot of community staples in recent months and, although things are opening back up, it looks like that list is about to get a little longer with the addition of the annual Fourth of July fireworks show in Colusa, according to Tom Reische, Colusa city coun…

Gov. Gavin Newsom agreed Monday to largely abandon the far-reaching spending reductions he proposed as necessary without new federal coronavirus relief funds, striking a budget pact with leaders of the California Legislature that relies on a more optimistic economic outlook as the basis for …

One new case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Colusa County, bringing the total number of positive cases up to 11. 

Residents of Colusa County rallied together to help one terminally ill woman check off a bucket list dream.

Maybe things are getting better on the pandemic front – businesses are starting to open up again and life is slowly returning to normal… sort of. 

For more than two hours last Wednesday evening, an estimated two hundred people of every size, shape, age and color lined Tenth Street in Colusa to show solidarity for the Black Lives Matter movement. 

The Arbuckle Farmers Market returns for another season today, welcoming the warmer weather of summer and bringing some greatly anticipated activity back to downtown Arbuckle. 

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While still early in the process of formalizing 2020-21 budgets, county and city officials said the COVID-19 pandemic has already impacted the local economy and they expect to see continued effects in the coming fiscal years. 

The California Department of Food and Agriculture has mailed ballots to all qualified growers and handlers in the rice industry regarding a vote to increase a California Rice Commission assessment cap from 15 cents per hundredweight to 20 cents per hundredweight.

On Tuesday the state Legislature passed its version of the state budget, a framework that increases taxes and relies on subsidies from the federal government, said Senator Jim Nielsen, Republican of Tehama who serves as Vice Chairman of the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee.

Two people are dead after being involved in a fatal ATV accident in Williams late Saturday night, according to a release issued by the Williams area California Highway Patrol.

Due to increased fire danger caused by dead grass and rising temperatures in the region, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal FIRE) announced it would be suspending all burn permits for outdoor residential burning within the State Responsibility Area in Colusa, Lake…

The Tahoe National Forest is enacting campfire restrictions to protect the health and safety of employees and communities, according to a press release. 

On Saturday, the Board of Directors of the 44th District Agricultural Association was notified by the California Department of Food and Agriculture that they will not be allowed to move forward with an in-person livestock auction as previously planned. 

Tucked into the foothills near Stonyford, East Park Reservoir is a popular springtime destination as the weather starts to heat up.