Ceremony on Saturday at Bihler Field
Dr. Gene Russell will be on hand at 8 p.m. Saturday to salute Dr. Bihler on the 75th anniversary of Bihler FIeld, just before Post 45 takes the field versus Citrus Heights at the George Molina Baseball Tournament.
Hockey camp begins Monday
The North Valley Hockey & Sports Co
The following questions were asked on the state Department of Fish & Wildlife website:
Question: I fish in Mexico and have a question regarding bringing them back to the U.S. I saw a statement on Facebook where the poster said we cannot bring cowcod or fillets into U.S. waters even if we have a signed declaration to present wi
No pun is intended, but the topic of this week's column has left me hot and bothered.
With temperatures hitting 110 degrees on June 8, I made my way to three different Tournament of Champions games at three different locations and in three different divisions.
The topic is not that I covered three games on a scorching hot day. I'
CalFire and other fire crews are battling a blaze in the Daves Ridge area of the Mendocino National Forest, about 40 miles west of Orland.
The blaze had consumed close to 300 acres as of Thursday afternoon, but no structures are threatened in the remote terrain.
“Visitors are asked to avoid the area for both firefighter and
An Orland man was arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after reportedly hitting his brother on the head with a coffee cup and threatening him with a dog.
Robert Wesley King, 50, was taken into custody by Glenn County sheriff’s deputies. He was booked into the Glenn County Jail on suspicion of
For 70 years, those of Portuguese descent have celebrated a Festa in Orland welcoming friends and family from around the state to this Father's Day tradition.
Sunday the event continues with plenty of food, dancing and fun at the Glenn County Fairgrounds starting at noon.
The Whitsett-Cook Building will be filled with cooks prepa
The 100-plus degree heat did not dampen the enthusiasm of Hamilton High School's 2013 graduation ceremony Friday evening.
The 82 graduates proudly wore their caps and gowns onto the football field and were joined by six graduates of Hamilton Unified's Ella Barkley High School.
There were four valedictorians in the class, each wit
The thunderstorms that lit up the early morning skies Monday and rattled windows on the valley floor are being blamed for three dozen spot fires up an down the north valley.
Most of the fires were contained by Tuesday, according to CalFire officials at three headquarters locations, but crews remain on alert.
Elk Creek Battalion C
Sporting clays shoot Saturday
The Orland High Trojan Booster Club will sporting clays shoot fundraiser beginning with registration at 8:15 a.m. Saturday at Rolling Hills Casino in Corning.
The fee is $70 per person or $400 for a team of six.
The highest-scoring team will receive a prize.
Lunch will be provi
Glenn County is about to get a heavy dose of blues.
The Community Wish Foundation, which has made it a habit to grant wishes to schools, organizations and other good causes will host its fifth annual Blues and Brews Festival on Saturday.
The event runs 4 p.m.-8 p.m. in St. Monica's Catholic Church's Parish Hall on Wood Street.
Brian Carpenter is convinced the future of aviation will be powered by electricity — and he is banking on being a part of that future.
Carpenter and his wife, Carol, are developing an electric glider at their Rainbow Aviation headquarters at the Corning airport.
The concept isn't new, and their prototype will not be the fir
Summer is here, but children do not have to give up reading during their time away from classes.
The Orland Free and Willows Public libraries are each offering free reading programs through August aimed at keeping youngsters interested.
"Kids who read over the summer do better in school when they go back in the fall," Orland Chil
A pair of five-run innings made the difference Saturday as the Hamilton-Capay Shakers lost to the Gridley Tigers 13-7 in the first round of District 47 TOC play at Lely Aquatic Park in Orland.
Shakers pitcher Riley Powell pitched around a pair of first-inning walks to keep the Tigers off the board, and H-C took the lead in the bottom of
Usually a 21-car pile-up is a bad thing but for the fairgoers packed into grandstand Sunday night at the Colusa County Fairgrounds the carnage was a thrill.
Hector Ramirez of Arbuckle took home his first Colusa County Fair Destruction Derby title after about 15 years behind the wheel of the noisy, gas-powered projectiles.
The Post 45 Bearcats struggled to capitalize with runners in scoring position and dropped both games of a Sunday doubleheader against the Colusa County Channel Cats at Colusa High.
Colusa County took the first game 9-1 behind the strong arm of left-hander Zach Troughton and held off a late rally in the second game to win 8-4 in 17-under
American Legion Baseball
Tigers 5, Giants 4
Post 45 beat the heat and the North Humboldt Giants in tournament play Saturday at Shasta High in Redding.
Andrew Hutchens singled, doubled, drove in a run and scored one and Clint Johns collected the only other extra-base hit with a double, and drove in a run.
The Glenn County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the attempted murder of a 66-year-old Orland man on Saturday night after he gave a stranger a ride
Larry Dean Embrey was found in his kitchen bleeding from a gunshot wound to his upper chest, Sheriff Larry Jones reported.
Jones said Embrey’s wife called 911 at 10:08 p
After 13 years of sitting in class, lugging books and taking tests, the Orland High School Class of 2013 is ready to go out into the world.
After the last of 128 diplomas was handed out just after sunset on Thursday, the field gates were opened to family and friends, who rushed onto the football field with flowers and gifts.
In a lot of ways, North Valley High School's commencement exercises on Tuesday were similar to any other.
The 11 graduating seniors strolled in green or white caps and gowns through the opened double doors of the Orland High School gymnasium to "Pomp and Circumstance."
All had smiles as they walked across the stage and were hande
Garbage rates for residents in the unincorporated areas of Glenn County will go up 1.43 percent on July 1.
The Board of Supervisors approved the rate hike Tuesday at the request of Waste Management Inc., its solid waste hauler.
The annual increase is based on a Consumer Price Index of 1.50 percent that dropped to 1.43 percent aft
Colorful birds, flowers and landscapes have taken over the Orland Art Gallery in June.
But they are not in the usual art forms that line the walls.
They are quilts — small and large — sewn by three accomplished quilters whose creations are truly works of art.
"It makes you feel happy," Orland Arts Commissioner
Pantry donation pick-up today
A pick-up for the Simple Gesture program of the Orland Food Bank will be held from 9 a.m. — noon today in Orland.
A Simple Gesture is a door-to-door food collection program that helps provide a steady supply of food to families in need living in Orland, Capay, Hamilton City, Ord Bend, an
An alert neighbor on East Shasta Street in Orland thwarted an attempted burglary that led to the conviction of an Orland couple on Tuesday.
After five hours of deliberation, a jury found Marcelo Rubio, 47, and Tanya Louise Lablue guilty of first-degree residential burglary and possession of burglary tools.
Lablue was additionally
William Finch Charter School's music program started just a few months ago, and already instructor Brian Peterson has his students singing the standards.
Peterson calls the elementary and high school choirs his "Orland, Willows and Corning Pioneer All-Stars."
"It's been wonderful instructing these young people this semester," sai