An Oregon man arrested after a Glenn County chase pleaded guilty on Thursday to illicit trafficking in controlled substances and being a felon in possession of firearms, U. S. Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced.
According to court documents, on July 11, 2013, a California Highway Patrol officer observed Joshua Anthony Bond speeding at
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Police Chief John Lewis said yesterday that 331 bicycle licenses have been issued so far this year at the standard fee of 50 cents. He said that from now on a 25 cent penalty will be added to the cost of the licenses and that unlic
Tara A. Ingraham, 28, of Gilroy was arrested by the Orland Police Department at 4:20 p.m. Feb. 27 in the 6000 block of County Road 12, on suspicion of taking vehicle with out owners consent, receiving stolen property, special allegation. She was booked into the Glenn County Jail. Bail was set at $30,000.
It may have been wine, food and art that drew a crowd of more than 1,000 people to the Corning Rotary Club annual festival at Rolling Hills Casino on Saturday, but it was the clam chowder competition between two Glenn County organizations and seven others that stole the show.
Glenn County Search and Rescue threw down the gauntlet to last
The deadline to declare candidacy in the June 3 primary ends Friday, but the election is already shaping up to be an interesting contest between new and familiar faces.
Added to the mix are two separate school bond measures for voters in Princeton and Willows.
Voters in the Princeton Joint Unified School District will have their
The Orland City Council hopes to send a message to anyone interested in starting an adult-related business such as a strip club or adult book store within city limits that it might be an unprofitable venture.
The City Council on Monday turned the development of regulations on such businesses over to city staff and the planning commission
After 25 years serving beans to support the activities of the Willows Volunteer Fire Department, Willows firefighters mixed things up Sunday with more food, a car show and lots of fun.
The first major fundraiser at the fire station was held March 5, 1989, and included a bean feed and a cake raffle, sponsored by the Willows Firemen's Auxi
There will be a bake sale and pizza night at Round Table Pizza in Orland from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday. The bake sale is by donation.
When you present a Sober Grad coupon with your order, Round Table will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Sober Grad Party for the Orland High School Class of 2014.
Please pick up a coupon at the
Faces! We're fascinated by them. And especially so, when we are able to see them expertly drawn, with all the subtle nuances an accomplished artist can provide.
The Orland Art Center Gallery's March show features 35 fascinating drawings by fine artist Steve Fuller.
Fuller has had a storied career.
Beginning in 1972, Fulle
Donned in red-and-white striped jail garb, sitting beside his attorney in Tehama County Superior Court on Monday, murder suspect Quentin Ray Bealer, 39, a former Willows resident, once again entered a plea of not guilty in the strangling death of Red Bluff teen, Marysa Nichols.
The plea came as a result of the suspect being held for tria
A Grindstone woman was arrested on Sunday after reportedly hitting her former boyfriend in the throat with a flashlight.
Glenn County Sheriff Larry Jones said Sacha Shea Cooper, 33, was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm and on an outstanding felony bench warrant issued by the Glenn County Superior C
The 2014 Farm Bill, formally known as the Agricultural Act of 2014, makes the Livestock Forage Program (LFP) and Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP) permanent programs and provides retroactive authority to cover eligible losses back to Oct. 1, 2011.
LFP provides compensation to eligible producers who suffered grazing losses due to drought
Two Orland men are facing five years in prison for peddling counterfeit music and movies at the Orland and Marysville flea markets, after they changed their not-guilty pleas Thursday in federal court.
Francisco Martinez-Cruz, 34, and Soledad Garcia-Venegas, 31 pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement, United
Groups take home prizes
Two Glenn County organizations took the top two prizes at the clam chowder competition during the Wine, Food and Art Festival in Corning.
Glenn County Search and Rescue took the top prize, winning $500. The Willows Rotary Club placed second and earned $300. We're sure the se
I am writing to correct a misinterpretation of a comment made during the Board of Supervisors meeting on Feb. 18. I am neither stepping into, nor applying for the position of (Glenn County) assistant clerk/recorder. The comment made by Susie Alves about me meant that I will be there to help and assist to the best of my ability, as I have always
Examples of the ineptness of the current Orland Unified School Board are well documented. (See the Dec.19 Chico Enterprise-Record editorial).
The condescending attitude of this board was never more evident than at their regularly scheduled meeting to be held at 7 p.m. on Feb. 13.
A second-grade student from Mill Street School was
Deseret Farms of California, with orchards and walnut processing operations in Butte County, donated $10,000 to the City of Orland this week to help with its planned fountain "sprayground."
The charitable donation is the first by a private entity for this fire department-themed children's play area to be constructed at Lely Aquatic Park
It was a big night for Capay Fire Department on Feb. 22, as men and women who are top in their field in law enforcement and firefighting stood before a crowd of their peers and were presented with well deserved recognition.
The small volunteer fire department was one of many fire and law enforcement agencies recognized at the annual Corn
The Joe Gerber Undergraduate Scholarship winners were presented Feb. 22 at the Orland Alumni Association Annual Dinner.
Recipients Sarah Gomes, Sophie Wackerman, Rosali Delgado, Katie Pendergrass, Maigen Matteucci, Becky Pendergrass, Jud Sailsbery, Stephen Batchelder, Matthew Brown, Zach Garzoli, Brandon Smith and Justin Smith.
It was a big day Saturday for Glenn County 4-H.
The public turned out in droves for the annual 4-H dinner at St. Monica's Parish in Willows in support of the program.
The public enjoyed a tri-tip dinner, tried their hand at the cake wheel and turned their kids loose on the variety of carnival games played for prizes.
Shellie Gregoire, left, American Cancer Society staffer and Shianne Osa, Glenn County team captain coordinator, helped kick off the Glenn County Relay for Life at a rally at Miravelle’s Italian Cafe on Thursday.
The American Cancer Society event will be held May 31 and June 1 at the Willows High School track. Relay for Life is a l
It would be safe to say that the Willows High boys soccer team went "gonzo" for its first Division III soccer championship in school history, which they secured with Saturday's 6-3 home win over U-Prep.
Junior David Gonzalez found the back of the net four times for the Honkers (16-5-2) and Fernando Ruiz and Fernando Cervantes also scored
Fresh off an upset victory against top-seeded Corning, the Gridley High boys soccer team couldn't find a way to knock off a determined Orland squad in the Northern Section Division II championship game.
The second-seeded Trojans claimed their fourth section title in five years by defeating No. 4 Gridley for the fourth time this season in