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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. 

A high school student, Gabrielle Brock, is advancing from the local Glenn County Resource Conservation District’s to the Sacramento Valley Region of RCD’s speak-off contest, according to a press release. 

An Orland woman died in a collision on Oct. 4 north of Elk Creek in a single-vehicle collision.

The Friends of the Orland Free Library will host their Fall Book Sale Thursday through Saturday. 

A man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol on Oct. 6 following a single-vehicle collision. 

The California Highway Patrol continues to investigate an incident that happened outside of Maxwell on the evening of Oct. 8 in which a gunshot is believed to have shattered the window of a marked, occupied Pacific Gas and Electric Company truck. 

UPDATE: According to the Glenn County Sheriff's Office Facebook page, parts of Elk Creek have power so the charging location that was at Elk Creek High School will be moved to the Elk Creek Volunteer Fire Department on County Road 306. More details in the story below.

Many people have dogs as companions,  as members of their family or even as extra protection for their homes.

Glenn County’s unemployment rate saw improvement in August compared to the month prior, according to the most recent numbers from the Employment Development Department. 

The Orland Women’s Improvement Club will host an estate sale of scrapbooking and crafting supplies and equipment on Saturday, Oct. 12. 

The Community Housing Improvement Project (CHIP) has received more than a half-million dollars in grants from the North Valley Community Foundation’s Butte Strong Fund and the California Community Foundation to help CHIP address Camp Fire housing recovery efforts, according to a press release.

A local family rice business is in the process of harvesting their 100th rice crop.

The American Cancer Society hosted the first-ever Glenn County Fight For a Cure Fun Run/Walk 5K on Saturday in Willows. 

Three people were arrested after investigators reportedly found 189 marijuana plants, guns and nearly $12,000 in cash. 

Rocks painted with bright colors, sayings, flowers and animals – such as cats – are being hidden around Glenn County in an effort to bring the community together. 

Each year, the Orland and Willows marching bands compete in Battle of the Mace. This year at Orland High School, the Willows Honker band marched to victory on Sept. 13.

The American Cancer Society is hosting the first Glenn County Fight For a Cure 5K on Saturday. 

The man charged in the 2017 collision that killed an Orland man pleaded guilty on Thursday to vehicular homicide with gross negligence in Glenn County Superior Court. 

More than 100 people gathered in Willows for the annual candlelight vigil in remembrance of the terrorist attack that took place on Sept. 11, 2001.

Two people were arrested following a marijuana compliance operation in Orland on Sept. 12.

A Willows native was recently awarded a grand-prize scholarship from the California Water Service Group’s sixth annual scholarship program. 

A fifth-generation Willows resident is working on filming a documentary series in the city.

A legislative bill to promote residential housing development in areas impacted by the Camp Fire was sent to the governor’s desk for consideration.