Colusa County, CAwilliamspioneer.com

County officials calls end to COVID-19 emergency

The Colusa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday terminated the local health emergency relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, although Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to let his state of emergency declaration linger. The board initially proclaimed Colusa County’s public health emergency on March 20, 2020, following Newsom’s declaration three weeks earlier...
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Kelseyville, CALake County News

Kelseyville High School FFA achieves despite COVID-19

KELSEYVILLE, Calif. — Although challenges posed by the pandemic prevented some students from achieving their goals this year, Kelseyville High School FFA students had a busy and productive year, said FFA advisers and agriculture instructors Donelle McCallister, Heather Koschik and Mike Zeni. Kelseyville has a reputation for a strong FFA...
Kelseyville, CALake County Record Bee

Kelseyville High School FFA achieves despite COVID

KELSEYVILLE— Although challenges posed by the pandemic prevented some students from achieving their goals this year, Kelseyville High School FFA students had a busy and productive year, according to FFA advisors and agriculture instructors Donelle McCallister, Heather Koschik, and Mike Zeni. Kelseyville has a reputation for a strong FFA program,...
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Colusa County Sun-Herald

COVID-19 deaths in Colusa County up to 17

One additional COVID-19 related death was reported in Colusa County on Tuesday, bringing the county’s total virus-related death count to 17. As of Tuesday, health officials reported 2,241 positive COVID-19 cases within Colusa County, an increase of eight cases since May 11. Of the total COVID-19 cases reported within Colusa...
Mendocino, CAFort Bragg Advocate-News

Seniors Thriving focuses on needs of Mendocino and Lake County seniors

The Area Agency on Aging of Mendocino and Lake Counties is currently recruiting community members interested in joining the new Seniors Thriving committee dedicated to promoting the health and wellbeing of seniors in local communities. The first meeting will be held via Zoom on Thursday, May 20, at 3 p.m.
Lakeport, CAlakecountybloom.com

Summer Events in Lakeport to Move Ahead

The City of Lakeport is happy to announce that the Lakeport City Council has directed staff to process summer event applications in collaboration with Lake County Public Health. This means that summer events cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic may be back on the calendar for 2021. Some of the events may look a little different with COVID prevention measures in place. Residents are encouraged to come out, support our local businesses, participate in the summer fun while practicing sound Covid prevention practices such as wearing masks, social distancing and use of any available handwashing stations.
Lake County, CALake County News

Public Health reports on COVID-19 vaccinations, coming clinic changes

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The number of Lake County residents who have been vaccinated is increasing while changes are ahead in how vaccinations will be conducted locally, Lake County’s Public Health officer reported. “Very soon, 50 percent of the adult population in Lake County will have received at least one...
Lake County, CAlakecountyca.gov

COVID-19 Update: Nearly 50% of Lake County Residents Have Received a Dose of Vaccine

Ages 16-17, http://health.co.lake.ca.us/Coronavirus/Vaccines/Vaccination_Request_Form.htm. Lake County, CA (April 23, 2021) — Very soon, 50% of the adult population in Lake County will have received at least one dose of the COVID vaccine, and everyone 16 and older is now eligible. Already, we are starting to see some positive changes. Lake County moved into the Orange Tier, and Governor Newsom expects we will move past the Blueprint altogether June 15.