Even today, when Dr. Seuss speaks, people listen.
Sunday would have marked the 110th birthday of Theodor Geisel — a man better known to the world as Dr. Seuss. On Monday, schools, classes and teachers across the U.S. — including some in ... Full story
The Colusa County Sheriff's Office is asking prosecutors to bring criminal charges in connection with the death of Concepcion "C.B." Johnson.
After nearly five months of investigating the suspicious death, the Sheriff's Office submitted a 400-plus p... Full story
City Councilwoman Marilyn Acree came under fire during the public comment portion of the Colusa City Council meeting on Tuesday night.
Supporters of Colusa Fire Chief and acting City Manager Randy Dunn — including staff and volunteer firefight... Full story
On Sept. 23 at Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany, Colusa native Shannon Hennessy was presented with a Bronze Star — the fourth-highest individual military award of the United States Armed Forces — for "exceptionally meritorious service in s... Full story
California water politics was the hot topic at the Sacramento Valley Landowners Association meeting on Thursday at the Maxwell Inn.
While in the past the SVLA has been concerned with flood control issues, the current water shortage crisis in Califor... Full story
Now just $2,000 dollars away from reaching the required funding for a digital projector, Colusa Theatre owner Mike Wilkinson is already looking toward the future.
Wilkinson said he just has a few things to work out before he signs on the dotted line... Full story
A few months ago, Ashley Troughton knew little about the Friends of the Colusa County Animal Shelter, an organization that strives to address the needs of abandoned, abused and neglected animals.
But what she found out inspired the 21-year-old Maxwe... Full story
Dorothy Elizabeth Messick Caldwell Bowden passed away peacefully at her home in Grimes on Feb. 23, 2014. She was 93.
She was born Sept. 22, 1920, in Sycamore to Mary A. (Earp) Messick and John A. Messick.
She was a graduate of Colusa High School an... Full story
A bipartisan bill, coauthored by Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Davis, and Sen. Jim Nielsen, R-Gerber, aims to appropriate monies to counties for outstanding obligations relating to Payment in Lieu of Taxes payments.
Senate Bill 1410 requests $19 million to make... Full story
On Feb. 21, Premier Mushroom Inc. in Colusa hosted a seminar for students from The Northern California Academy of Leadership at the Colusa Industrial Properties conference room.
The Colusa seminar featured a strength finders component with Peggy Jen... Full story
From busting flavor to balloon rockets, bouncing basketballs to skittles to popcorn — Johnson Junior High School's first seventh- and eighth-grade science fair was held on Thursday in Arbuckle.
"Overall, we had about 200 boards entered in from... Full story