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- 04/26/17--20:05: It’s Your Colusa County: Mike Bell
- 04/26/17--20:10: Arbuckle Small Engines Third in State
- 04/26/17--20:15: Colusa County Grown opens membership drive
- 04/26/17--20:20: Flea Market raises funds for Youth Services
- 04/26/17--21:00: County making changes to code to comply with Prop 64
- 04/26/17--21:05: May Surprise: Garden Club Plant Sale and Library Wine Tasting
- 04/26/17--21:10: Virgina Read: A tree grows in Colusa
- 04/26/17--23:00: Virginia Read: Finding your inner voice through depth journaling
For many, a second chance at life is a desire, but for 13-year Colusa resident Mike Bell, it’s a reality. Bell, formally from Modesto, CA, moved to Colusa with his wife Amy. A father to five children, Bell has always been a down-to-earth type of guy. “I enjoy joking around with people and making them […]
Pictured (L-to-R) Arbuckle FFA Advisor Cindy Rohde and the Arbuckle FFA Small Engines team Bryce Alonso, Ernie Cross, and Ricky Lemus took third place at the California State FFA Competition in Fresno, Saturday. Additionally, Lemus placed as the second high individual during the competition.
Colusa County Grown began in 2012 as a grassroots initiative to promote local specialty farm products while building stronger farm-to-fork connections with our county. Hosted by the Colusa County Resource Conservation District, the project was made possible from a Farmers Market Promotion Grant from the California Department of Food and Agriculture. Today the group is […]
The local Youth Empowerment Services group raised over $300 at its recent fundraiser held Saturday. The annual Flea Market boasted 15 vendors selling gently used goods and items. “We had a great turnout,” said Toni Rivera, group organizer. “We want to thank everyone for coming out and supporting the cause.” For the last seven years, […]
Will take patient approach on commercial cannabis On April 18, County Counsel Marcos Kropf presented the Colusa County Board of Supervisors with a draft ordinance that would bring the county code in accordance with Proposition 64, or the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, specifically as it pertains to the personal cultivation of recreational cannabis. Kropf […]
Located under the Pavilion in A.B. Davison Park on the corner of 10th and Parkhill Streets in Colusa, an emporium of good things, the Colusa County May Surprise offers an opportunity for Mothers Day gift shopping while helping local non-profit organizations. From 9 AM to 3 PM, on Saturday, May 6, the Colusa County Garden […]
When it comes to planting trees, Ray Tretheway knows how to get things done. Tretheway has seen the Sacramento Tree Foundation grow from a largely unfunded organization 35 years ago to a $4 million-a-year powerhouse organization dedicated to preserving a healthy urban forest for the greater Sacramento region. “It’s not about trees,” said Tretheway, Executive […]
Depth journaling is a process in which you find that inner voice, and let it speak. Guided by Barclay Braden, PhD, a group of about 20 learned a new technique to discover a hidden voice and a method of self therapy through the use of journaling. Braden moved to Colusa when she was 10 years […]