Monday Mar 3
CHP: Gridley big-rig driver going to fast, truck topples over
Butte Meadows >> A Gridley man escaped serious injuries after the big-rig he was driving overturned at about 11:30 a.m. today on Highway 32, spilling the massive amounts of feed it was hauling.
News of our Past for the week of March 3
Last year's library funding alternatives and possible new ones are being sought as Butte County moves into a deficit season.
Cal-Fire Butte County lifts burning restrictions in county
The restrictions are lifted starting today in the unincorporated areas of Butte County, with no burning permits required until May 1, according to a press release from Cal-Fire Butte County.
Emergency responders practice skills for mass casualty incidents during drills in Gridley
Incidents involving mass casualties are rare in Butte County, but in order to know what to do in a catastrophe, emergency responders practiced their skills Monday just in case.
Snapshots: A big weekend
California Federation of Republican Women hosted a Winter Conference the weekend of Feb. 7. More than 160 Republican women attended from all over California.
Rewards offered for conviction of hive thieves
Two cash rewards are being offered for the arrest and conviction of those resonsible for recent bee hive thefts in Butte County and surrounding areas.
Community input sought on Butte County mental health services
Whether it's helping Hmong elders who have experienced trauma or providing a non-crisis peer-to-peer talk line, the state funds a wealth of mental health programs in Butte County.
Community Corner: AAUW puts girls on science track
Elizabeth Wannenmacher demonstrates chemistry experiments for eighth-grade girls as part of American Association of University Women Career Trek day Feb. 8 at Butte College.
Man held for trial for September shooting in Gridley
Butte County Superior Court Judge Michael Deems ruled Tuesday there was probable cause to hold defendant Garrett Richard Rudd for trial, according to deputy district attorney Kimberly McNellis.