With a variety of sweet treats, clothing, jewelry and holiday-themed crafts, the 44th annual Orland Craft Fair had something for everyone.
A Hamilton City man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol following a collision on Saturday, according to a California Highway Patrol press release.
Recently, it was announced that Colusa County’s ambulance service would be reduced to one 24-hour advanced life support ambulance.
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 monarch butterfly population has declined over the last several decades, according to the Xerces Society, and local schools and the Glenn County UC Cooperative Extension are getting involved in a project that aims to do something about it.
The Willows Fire Department announced Thursday, Nov. 21, that the fire department would switch from being a self-dispatched agency to being dispatched by the Cal Fire Tehama-Glenn Unit.
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.
With winter right around the corner, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is reminding customers to call and schedule a free in-home safety inspection of their gas appliances, according to a press release.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and PGE Corporation announced that the bankruptcy court-approved deadline for fire claimants to file claim against PGE has been extended to Dec. 31 at 5 p.m. (Pacific time).
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.
During Congressman John Garamendi’s sixth annual Women of the Year Awards in October, two Glenn County women were honored along with 48 other women from throughout the Third Congressional District, according to a press release.
California’s plan to fight climate change by investing in renewable power might need some restructuring – and that’s the goal of a bill expected to be proposed by two local Republican lawmakers at the start of the new year.