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.
Due to high winds and power outages in Arbuckle last weekend, the annual Arbuckle Car Show and Depot Birthday Barbecue was canceled but organizers have rallied this week to bring the beloved tradition back to town on Sunday, Nov. 2.
Arbuckle Future Farmers of America was recently ranked 14th in the state based on performance in 2019. This is based on the number of state FFA degree and American FFA degree recipients, these are the second highest degree and the highest degrees respectively earned in the FFA organization. …
The University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Cooperative Extension will host a Healthy Soils Field Day and Equipment Showcase in Meridian Nov. 6 from 8:30 a.m.-11 a.m.
Congressman John Garamendi and his Women’s Initiative Network honored 49 exemplary women throughout the Third Congressional District on Friday, Oct. 25 for their contributions to their community through public service, entrepreneurship, and civic engagement. Garamendi solicits nominations fr…
Power will be turned off for an estimated 940,000 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers in 36 counties across the state after the utility confirmed Saturday morning that it will implement a power shutoff due to weather forecasts indicating potential for a historic wind event this weekend.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. announced Friday afternoon that the utility continues to monitor a potentially powerful and widespread dry, hot and windy weather event that could prompt another shutoff this weekend.
ollaboration with its Parents Club, will host a Fall Harvest Festival from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24 on the playground of the school, located at 400 Fremont Street in Colusa.
Hot rods, muscle cars and several other kinds of unique rides will be on display at the annual Arbuckle Car Show and Depot Birthday Barbecue at LaVanche Hurst Park, located at the corner of Fifth and Hall Streets in Arbuckle on Sunday, October 27.
To commemorate 90 years of giving back to the community, the Colusa Lions Club gathered for a celebratory breakfast Tuesday morning at Sweet Bean’s Bakery in Colusa.
An Arbuckle man was sentenced Friday to six years in prison for the crash that killed Pleasant Valley High School teacher and coach and Orland resident Brett Silva.
Two people were killed in a collision involving a big rig Thursday afternoon on Highway 20 in Colusa County, according to a release issued by the Williams area California Highway Patrol.
After months of investigation into an Arbuckle bank robbery, Colusa County Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested two suspects – Michael Gene Jones Jr., 49, and John Williams III, 40, both of Woodland.
The California Highway Patrol continue to investigate an incident that happened outside of Maxwell Oct. 8 evening in which a gunshot is believed to have shattered the window of a marked, occupied Pacific Gas and Electric Company truck.
The Colusa-Sacramento River State Recreation Area was adorned in pink on Saturday for the Walk for a Life Breast Cancer Awareness 5K Run/Walk, an event organized by Colusa High School senior Cole Simmons for his senior project.
The Colusa Glenn Subwatershed Program board of directors is seeking nominees to represent growers in Colusa and Glenn counties, according to a press release.
The Arbuckle Fun Run for Education Committee will host the seventh annual Arbuckle Almond Fun Run/Walk at Pierce High School, located at 960 Wildwood Road on Sunday, Oct. 20.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. reported Saturday that it had restored power to all the customers affected statewide by the latest shutoff, according to a news release.
On Sunday, the Colusa County Fairgrounds will transform into Pumpkin Village, complete with pony rides, a hay maze, a corn cannon, a petting zoo, pumpkin bowling, a monster alley toss, hay rides, a tomato train and, of course, lots and lots of pumpkins.