Window decorations are going up. Tractors are getting holiday makeovers. Portable LED displays are up and warning motorists that Colusa's main thoroughfare will be closed to traffic this Friday.
And if that fails to give it away, a banner advertisin... Full story
A Princeton man charged this week in connection with a federal drug sting at his Colusa office was found dead Friday inside his running car, which was parked in the barn next to his house.
"We just found out about this ourselves," U.S. Justice Depar... Full story
The Christmas Tyme in Colusa was well underway when the lights literally went out on patrons Friday night because of power outages to hit a swath of Colusa County and areas along Interstate 5 including Williams and Arbuckle.
According to Pacific, Ga... Full story
A Colusa County doctor and his son were arraigned Wednesday in federal court on charges they supplied drug dealers and had an arsenal in their Princeton home.
Federal prosecutors filed a criminal complaint against Dr. Andrew Larsen and his son, Came... Full story
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Fifteen years ago, Donna Critchfield attended an out-of-town chocolate festival and decided Colusa needed one of its own. So began the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church's Annual Chocolate Festival, which occurs during the first Sunday of December.
This... Full story
SEOUL, South Korea — Six decades before he went to North Korea as a curious tourist, Merrill Newman — a former Colusa resident — supervised a group of South Korean guerrillas during the Korean War who were perhaps the most hated and... Full story
The Chachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians of the Colusa Indian Community has donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross relief efforts to the Philippines devastated by Typhoon Haiyan and to the Midwestern United States devastated by recent tornados.
Tr... Full story
On Nov. 1, Chuck Neipoth took over as the interim county assessor, a position vacated after Wayne Zoller retired.
With him, Neipoth brought 17 years of experience after working in the assessor's office in Butte County. Prior to his time there, he wo... Full story
Twelve turkeys, two hams, 100 servings of dressing and an assortment of desserts were among the things people had to be thankful for during a free Thanksgiving Meal at the First Presbyterian Church in Colusa on Thursday.
Volunteer Wayne Zoller &mdas... Full story
About 60 people filled the hall of the Colusa Post Office on Thursday night for a candlelight vigil in memory of postal worker Concepcion "CB" Johnson.
Friends, acquaintances, former customers and family gathered to share stories of the Colusa woman... Full story
A Colusa man is concerned about a former resident and childhood friend who was detained in North Korea.
Korean War veteran Merrill Newman, 85, of Palo Alto, on a tourist trip to North Korea, was taken off an airplane.
A uniformed North Korean off... Full story