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RadioColusa.com is the home of local podcasts in Colusa County. The Backpage is a weekly podcast where you'll hear from your hosts as they discuss the local news of the greater Colusa County area, its events, and sometimes you'll hear an opinion or two.

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In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, Cynthia White discuss memorial gardens, and honoring loved ones. For more information about garden pests, visit: http://ipm.ucanr.edu/Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email studio@radiocolusa.com; be sure to include "GARDEN PODCAST" in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here To sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.

Nov 26

24 min 21 sec

Editor's note: I apologize for the delay in this month's episode of "A Garden Runs Through It" a podcast of the Colusa County Master Gardener's. Due to a technical issue, we almost lost this episode. Thanks to the help of MPC, we were able to recover and publish this episode. ====================In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, Cynthia Peterson, and Barbara Scheimer discuss bulbs: planting, varieties, hints, and tips.For more information about garden pests, visit: http://ipm.ucanr.edu/Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email studio@radiocolusa.com; be sure to include "GARDEN PODCAST" in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here To sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.

Nov 14

16 min 38 sec

In this episode of THE BACKPAGE, Kent and Hayley return from a hiatus. They give details on their absence. Lloyd discusses the Pioneer Review's Newsroom Fundraiser and the challenges of the Newspaper Industry. 

Nov 13

56 min 15 sec

You've been warned. This episode of What's in that Yeti isn't for the faint of heart. This colorful episode has topics ranging from dating, telephone issues, bear whiz, and Wreaths Across America. Yup, it has it all. For information about Wreaths Across America, visit:https://wreathsacrossamerica.org/pages/159899/overview/?relatedId=0

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Oct 30

59 min 40 sec

Ramping up for the annual Arbuckle Depot Birthday BBQ and Car Show, Diana Lytal and Elijah Rodriguez, from the Arbuckle Revitalization Committee, share details about the event with The Backpage crew. Lloyd, Kent, and Hailey mull over local fall activities, pancakes, ghost pepper nuggets, and Squid Game. Kent also makes an announcment in his acting career. If you would like to submit an "Asking for a friend", email studio@radiocolusa.com, send a text to (530) 701-3533, or send us a message on social media. 

Oct 17

51 min 47 sec

Their spooking, and their kooky, its the Backpage family! September is fall and were into Fall-o-ween. Lloyd, Kent, and Hayley discuss Fall-o-ween topics, answer questions from listeners, and have a special feature at the end. If you would like to submit an "Asking for a friend", send an email to studio@radiocolusa.com, send a text to (530) 701-3533, or send us a message on social media. 

Oct 2

1 hr 2 min

In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, Cynthia White discuss garden pests and how to manage them.For more information about garden pests, visit: http://ipm.ucanr.edu/Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email studio@radiocolusa.com; be sure to include "GARDEN PODCAST" in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here To sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.

Sep 27

27 min 57 sec

In this episode of "What's in that Yeit?" the Yeti's invite Molly Conrado to discuss her upcoming event in Veterans Memorial Park in Colusa. Puptoberfest will be held 11 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, Oct. 30, in Veterans Memorial Park in downtown Colusa. The event will feature local vendors, a dog costume contest, raffle prizes, food trucks, games and more. Admission is free. Proceeds will benefit the Colusa County Animal Shelter. Vendor Registration Form https://forms.gle/7fJBm5UJr7AbTrg98For more information contact Molly at puptoberfestcc@gmail.com

Sep 26

29 min 36 sec

In this episode of just press'd, Lloyd and Susan discuss the upcoming Children's Faire and various programs and opportunities the Colusa County Office of Education provides.  Joining the discussion is Joe Moye, Division Director for Support Services, and Alissa Maas, public relations director with the Colusa County Office of Education. The Children's Faire will be held on Friday, Sept. 24, from 9 AM to Noon in Reddinger Park in Williams.  For more information or to reserve booth space, call (530) 458-2641 Ext. 106For more information about the Colusa County Office of Education, visit: https://ccoe.net/

Sep 19

25 min 36 sec

Lloyd, Kent, and Hayley discuss the Gubernatorial recall election results, 9/11, and other topics on this episode of The Backpage. 

Sep 18

36 min 32 sec

In this episode of just press'd Lloyd, and Susan are joined by Sadie Boggs-Ash, and Rose Gallo-Vasquez. Sadie discusses the upcoming opportunity to participate in the annual countywide scarecrow contest dubbed, "Scarecrowlusa County". Sadie is the co-founder of The Farmers Daughter, a non-profit organization. The event is free, and all Colusa County residents, businesses, schools, and organizations are invited to participate. For more information visit their Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/thefarmersdaughternorcal/or click this link to sign-up: https://forms.gle/e9fZJg9SdmDwJcFd9Rose discusses opportunities for voters in Colusa County in the upcoming gubernatorial recall election of Gavin Newsom. She answers some common questions and gives some insight into the voting and tabulation processes. 

Sep 10

51 min 20 sec

Substituting for Kent as he assists with the California Wildfires, Jenna Lambgino joins Lloyd and Hayley as they discuss the upcoming gubernatorial recall election process and voting opportunities with Rose Gallo-Vasquez , Clerk-Recorder and Elections Clerk for the County of Colusa. For more information about the Colusa County Election office, visit:https://www.countyofcolusa.org/197/ElectionsIf you are a Colusa County voter, you can search your ballot here:https://voterinfo.countyofcolusa.com/ballotstatuslookup/You can also visit the California Secretary of State's Website:https://california.ballottrax.net/voter/

Sep 4

57 min 41 sec

In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, Cynthia Peterson, Pam Niehues, and Diane and John Vafis discuss drought topics in a two-part series.Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email studio@radiocolusa.com; be sure to include "GARDEN PODCAST" in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here To sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.S1 - E9

Aug 30

31 min 4 sec

Hey everyone, we hope your week is going swell. It was quite the dumpster fire as Lloyd faced a challenge keeping Danielle and Melissa on track. The Yeti's were joined by Colusa City Fire Chief Logan Conley. Fire departments across the country are facing a shortage of volunteers, and Chief Conley gave some insights into the department, and what it takes to become a volunteer firefighter. If your interested in becoming a volunteer with the Colusa Fire Department, visit:https://www.cityofcolusa.com/become-a-volunteer/ - or visit your local fire department. Coming soon are details on the Yeti's next fundraising efforts. It may, or may not require a mustache and posing for a calendar. Stay tuned!

Aug 27

59 min 14 sec

Kent and Hayley share details of their recent adventure and recap some of the local news and happenings in Colusa County.  Don't forget to submit your 'Asking for a friend" questions to studio@radiocolusa.com

Aug 20

50 min 1 sec

Int his episode of just press'd, Lloyd reads his editorial published in the Aug. 12, edition of the Pioneer Review, "Inked in the fourth estate". 'Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter. But I should meant hat every man should receive those papers and be capable of reading them." - Thomas Jefferson, letter (1787)

Aug 13

6 min 7 sec

The crew follows up with the previous "Asking for a friend" question, and provides some insight into some upcoming events, then discusses the Williams Community Center and much more. This is a short episode this week, for Friday, the 13th. Don't forget to submit your 'Asking for a friend" questions to studio@radiocolusa.com

Aug 13

48 min 55 sec

Due to a technical glitch, this episode almost never made it to production. However, thanks to the computer gods, here is the return of The Backpage Podcast after a month long vacation. Kent and Hayley recap their vacation, and the crew discusses some interesting topics. Don't forget to submit your 'Asking for a friend" questions to studio@radiocolusa.com

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Aug 8

51 min

In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry, Cynthia, Danny, Bonnie, and Penny discuss drought topics in a two-part series. Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email studio@radiocolusa.com; be sure to include "GARDEN PODCAST" in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here To sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.S1 - E8

Jul 25

39 min 16 sec

With Melissa taking the day off to spend some time in the sun, Lloyd, and Danielle meet with Don Parsons and discuss the Veterans BBQ, and other area local events. 

Jul 23

46 min

On this episode of just press'd, Lloyd and Susan discuss government transparency, outside influence, and government overstep. 

Jul 18

45 min 54 sec

On this episode of The Backpage and Friends, Lloyd sits down with Serena Carlsen and discusses various county events, phobias, and much more. 

Jul 16

43 min 42 sec

Here's to wishing everyone a Happy 4th of July. Be safe, have fun, and enjoy the weekend of activities and events. 

Jul 2

38 min 47 sec

In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, Bonnie Rose, and Pam Niehues discuss the demonstration garden, tomatoes, basil,  their gardens, and much more.Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email studio@radiocolusa.com; be sure to include "GARDEN PODCAST" in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here Sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.S1 - E7

Jun 28

19 min 13 sec

It’s time for a raffle! The  What’s in that Yeti Crew is joined with Friends of the Colusa County Animal Shelter members Chris Jacobs, and Pam Dagrossa; and Colusa County’s newest animal control officer Jenna Lambgino. Who won the raffle? Youll find out that and more on this weeks episode. 

Jun 25

32 min 59 sec

Happy Father's Day! On this episode of The Backpage, Lloyd, Kent, and Hayley recap the Colusa Lions Club Fair Parade, announce the Veterans Motorcycle Raffle, and discuss our fathers. ======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "Don't stop belivin' " - Journey

Jun 18

46 min 35 sec

The Bookworm is a podcast of the Friends of the Colusa County Library and hosted by Lloyd Green.On this month's episode, Stacy Costello discusses summer activities at the library, and their participation in Colusa Founders Day on Saturday, June 19, and much more. For more information about the Colusa County Library; click here.The Bookworm is located at 440 Market Street, in downtown Colusa. The bookstore is open Wednesday, 11 AM to 3 PM; Thursday, 11 AM to 5 PM; Friday, 11 AM to 3 PM, and open the second Saturday of the month 10 AM to 2 PM. Digital Audio Book ResourcesLibby AppHoopla AppWhat are you reading?Stacey Zwald Costello is reading: "The House Of Broken Angels," By Luis Alberto Urrea; and "The Distance Between Us," by Reyna Grande.Lloyd Green is reading: "The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself," by Michael A. Singer

Jun 15

27 min 45 sec

It's not the Colusa County Fair! Gearing up for summer activities Lloyd, Kent and Hayley discuss the upcoming activities, and rehash their experience at the Pioneer Day parade.  ======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "Don't stop belivin' " - Journey

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Jun 11

48 min 54 sec

(PRE-RECORDED) We are LIVE at the Pioneer Day Parade! Lloyd, Kent and Hayley give some commentary as they parade downtown Williams as part of its festivities. This episode is not recorded in studio and is part of a live element. Some clipping, and unexpected spikes in volume levels may occur. 

Jun 6

39 min 30 sec

Uh.... Where's Hayley? Kent, you forgot something. On this episode of The Backpage, Lloyd and Kent discuss the upcoming Pioneer Day, Graduations and give some unwarranted advice. ======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "Graduation " - Vitamin C

Jun 4

49 min 37 sec

He's back! Lloyd, the Publisher of the Pioneer Review is joined with Susan Meeker, editor of the Pioneer Review as they discuss upcoming events, and the newly organized 'Colusa Founders Day'.Colusa Founders Day will be held Saturday, June 19, in Downtown Colusa. For more information visit: https://williamspioneer.com/founders-day/

May 28

45 min 40 sec

In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, and Sandy Camp discuss their gardens, lavender, and much more.Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email glhernandez@ucanr.edu; be sure to include PODCAST in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here Sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.S1 - E6

May 25

23 min 57 sec

A new term circulating the webs, geriatric millennials, are taking on the world and will singlehandedly save the wine industry or will they? On this weeks episode of The Backpage, Lloyd, Kent and Hayley discuss vinification with Michael Doherty and his empire of Grindstone wines. Doherty is a lifelong Arbuckle resident, almond rancher and vintner with his wife Amy. To learn more about Grindstone wines, visit their tasting room, or buy a bottle visit: grindstonewines.com Details about the Grindstone giveaway coming soon. ======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "90s Kids" - JAX; "Baby one more time" - Brittany Spears; "Friday" -Rebecca Black; "We've Got It Goin' On" - Backstreet Boys; "I Want You Back" - 'N Sync

May 21

56 min 4 sec

On this week's episode of The Backpage, Lloyd interviews Pat Ash, on Pioneer Day and its upcoming activities. Scheduled for Saturday, June 5, the Pioneer Day parade begins at 10 AM featuring local hero's.  Local vendors will also return that day starting at 9 AM. Lloyd, Kent, and Hayley also discuss the Maxwell Rodeo, and other upcoming local events. 

May 15

46 min 30 sec

"Let's taco'bout it" another episode of The Backpage podcast with Kent, Lloyd, and Hayley. 

May 7

54 min 7 sec

In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, and Amber Vinchesi-Vahl discuss native and solitary bees, their biology, and habitats. Amber and Gerry both give great tips on how to attract bees to your garden. Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email glhernandez@ucanr.edu; be sure to include PODCAST in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here Sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.S1 - E5

May 1

24 min 59 sec

Melissa gets a scratching, Daniel promotes some raffles and community events, and Lloyd hates Crocs! 

Apr 30

58 min 57 sec

They're back with another episode of "The Backpage," as Lloyd, Kent and Hayley round table a few survey results on rudeness, and discuss the upcoming golf tournament with Karen's House. Karen's House seeks to build the first Domestic Violence Program for Colusa County. Their mission began shortly after the death of Karen Garcia, an unfortunate victim of domestic violence. Karen's House will advocate on behalf of domestic violence victims and their children; and seek to provide a safe house that can offer services such as mental health, support, counseling, wellness, recovery, and co-parenting education. For more information visit https://karenshouse.org

Apr 16

51 min 38 sec

Lloyd, Kent and Hayley sit down with Mike Charter, a farmer, volunteer, and exempt volunteer firefighter. Charter talks about his 15-year tenure with the Williams Volunteer Firefighters, shares a few stores, and promotes an upcoming fundraising raffle for the organization. THE WILLIAMS VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION JEEP RAFFLE: $50 per ticket, gets you an opportunity to win a 1974, pre-smog, CJ-5, factory 304 V8 engine, 4 speed transmission, original paint, warn winch, tow bar, Jensen stereo with Bluetooth audio. To purchase a ticket, call (530) 473-2269, or ask any Williams Firefighter. Drawing to be held Nov. 20. Need not be present to win. Do you have a question for the crew? send an email to studio@radiocolusa.com

Apr 2

1 hr 2 min

In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, and Donna Critchfield discuss soil tips, garden maintenance and pruning, and camellias in a spring garden. Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email glhernandez@ucanr.edu; be sure to include PODCAST in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here Sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here"Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.S1 - E4

Mar 27

19 min 34 sec

Another episode of What's in that Yeti with Lloyd Daniell and Melissa!

Mar 26

59 min 31 sec

Lloyd, Kent and Hayley talk stimulus checks, Disney parks, Netflix, and much more. Do you have a question for the crew? send an email to studio@radiocolusa.com

Mar 19

49 min 38 sec

It's hard to believe that it has been one year since we've decided as a nation to 'flatten the curve' for the SARS-COV-2 virus... Lloyd, Kent, and Hayley discuss the last year, and upcoming events. Lloyd and Hayley get into a discussion about the Best of Colusa County.For more information about "Quilts Around the Block', click here. ======Have you downloaded Sircles. Yes, Sircles, with an 'S'! It's a great new app to share your favorite items with your friends - sharing is caring.  Click here to download.======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "DON'T STAND SO CLOSE TO ME" - The Police. 

Mar 12

55 min 17 sec

The crew introduces Daniel "Danny" Schaefer, CEO and owner of Schaefer Aviation. Danny and his crew repair and refinish gliders and composite aircrafts at the Williams Soaring Center in Williams, CA. Danny shares his story in opening his business, and gives some insight into the craft of gliders. In his spare time, Danny is a music producer and has collaborated with several local artists. To learn more about Schaefer Aviation, visit: https://www.schaeferaviation.com/To explore some of Danny's music, visit: https://music.apple.com/us/album/cut-the-check-single/1436041711======Have you downloaded Sircles. Yes, Sircles, with an 'S'! It's a great new app to share your favorite items with your friends - sharing is caring.  Click here to download.======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "CUT THE CHECK" - Deebzy. 

Mar 5

51 min 45 sec

In this episode of 'A Garden Runs Through It', the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, Gerry Hernandez, and John and Diane Vafis discuss hints, tips, and tasks you should be doing for a successful spring garden. n Willows discuss Monarch Butterflies and the importance of the Milk Weed plant.Do you have a question for the Master Gardeners, email glhernandez@ucanr.edu; be sure to include PODCAST in the subject line to have your question considered to be answered on the show.For more information about the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County, click here. Sign up for the UC Master Gardener's of Colusa County Newsletter, click here."Like" the UC Master Gardeners of Colusa County on Facebook.Want to give to the UC Master Gardner's of Colusa County? Donate at: https://ucanr.edu/sites/donate/?fund_id=1283 - be sure to mention you heard the podcast.DISCLAIMER: The University of California does not endorse or is associated with any of these products or organizations.  The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the University of California.  THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MAKE NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.  You should not rely upon the material or information presented here as a basis for making any business, legal, medical or any other decisions.S1 - E3

Feb 27

34 min 10 sec

** This episode contains adult language**Sans Danielle, the WITY crew, Lloyd and Melissa are joined with Susan Meeker as they discuss the creepy, the crawly, and much more! ======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.

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Feb 26

1 hr 1 min

Assistant Sheriff, Michael Bradwell, joins the crew for some lively discussion about neighborhood watch, community meetings, COVID-19, staying safe in the snow and waterways, and fraud prevention tips. For more information about the Colusa County Sheriff's Office, visit: http://colusasheriff.com/======Have you downloaded Sircles. Yes, Sircles, with an 'S'! It's a great new app to share your favorite items with your friends - sharing is caring.  Click here to download.======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "RIDIN" - Chamillionaire

Feb 19

45 min 51 sec

He's back, Elijah Rodriguez from the Arbuckle Revitalization Committee joins the Backpage Crew to talk about the ARC, their activities, and their town cleanup efforts. You can find the Arbuckle Revitalization Committee on Facebook.  - or send donations to PO Box 784, Arbuckle, CA 95917.If you're a regular Amazon shopper, you can give back to the ARC. Shop at smile.amazon.com and search "Arbuckle Revitalization Committee" and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the eligible purchase to the ARC.Have you downloaded Sircles. Yes, Sircles, with an 'S'! It's a great new app to share your favorite items with your friends - sharing is caring.  Click here to download.======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "MR. BRIGHTSIDE" - THE KILLERS

Feb 12

44 min 24 sec

There are 31 flavors at Baskin Robbins and Elijah Rodrigues, of Arbuckle introduces himself as the Vice President of the Arbuckle Revitalization Committee. Lloyd, Kent, and Hayley get to know Elijah and learn a little about the ARC. In next week's episode, Elijah will explain the projects, events, and happenings with the Arbuckle Revitalization Committee. Lloyd also discusses a new app in town called Sircles. Yes, Sircles. Its a great new app to share your favorite items with your friends. Click here to download.======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.MUSIC: "NUMB" - LINKIN PARK

Feb 5

49 min 45 sec

** This episode contains adult language**Hosting its first raffle prize, the What's in that Yeti podcast with Danielle, Melissa, and Lloyd announce the winner in this episode. The  "Chance for a better, 2021" includes a Yeti Tundra 35 cooler, a giant stuffed Yeti, YETI branded hat, ice packs, tumbler and two insulated bottles, valued at over $500.  All 500 tickets were sold, and the proceeds benefited the Maxwell Parks and Recreation Scholarship Fund and Auxiliary.Congratulations to the winner!======The Williams Pioneer Review, aka RadioColusa.com is an active ASCAP New Media license holder. All music used in this podcast is licensed for use through the ASCAP repertory.======Contest Rules: You must be aged 18 or older to win. To participate, text the secret word from this episode, and your name to: (530) 701-3533, by 5 PM on Wednesday, Jan. 27. If the correct secret word is received, you will be entered in the drawing to win a Family Dinner Ticket to the Knights of Columbus Take Out Dinner Fundraiser, valued at $100 (prize holds no cash value).  If you are announced as the winner, you must pickup your ticket by 5 PM on Friday, Jan. 29. Ticket sponsored by Merced Corona, and Kent Boes.For full contest rules, click here.

Jan 30

54 min 42 sec