Congratulations to ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY Ruby Neumann on promoting to ADA today! Thank you to the Glenn County Board of Supervisors who unanimously approved this job reclassification promotion on April 30, 2019. ADA Neumann has been working tirelessly as a Deputy DA for our office for the last 4.5 years on cases ranging from child molestation, rape, sexual assault, welfare fraud, juvenile adjudications, serious/violent felonies, and misdemeanors.
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Congratulations to ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY Ruby Neumann on promoting to ADA today! Thank you to the Glenn County Board of Supervisors who unanimously approved this promotion on April 30,2019! ADA Neumann has been working tirelessly as a Deputy DA for our office for the last 4.5 years on cases ranging from sexual assault, welfare fraud, juvenile adjudications, and general felonies and misdemeanors.
Free Waste Tire Collection from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday May 18, 2019. The event will be held at the Corner of N. Butte St. & French St., Willows, CA. City of Willows residents only.
Passenger (car/truck/motorcycle) tires only, up to 9 tires accepted at no charge, see details in flyer.
May 1, 2019
Candidate Filing Period Opens May 6th, 2019 for Landowner Districts
You CAN make a difference! Join us as we discuss housing needs and challenges in our first session. Then during our second session we will focus on potential long-term solutions for the housing shortage in our community. Can’t wait to see you there!
The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is announcing the availability of approximately $29 million in funding to assist persons experiencing or at risk of homelessness through the California Emergency Solutions and Housing Program (CESH program).
Mr. Scott De Moss was appointed by Resolution 2019-038 of the Glenn County Board of Supervisors on April 16, 2019. Mr. De Moss will take office this coming June 3, 2019.
Inmate John Wayne Card was denied parole on April 23, 2019. He will serve an additional 3 years before parole will be considered again. In 1974, Inmate Card murdered 3 members of the Griffiths family as part of a robbery scheme. He then kidnapped and held hostage 3 members of the Skillin family for nearly a week while he attempted to evade law enforcement. Finally, after abandoning the Skillin family by chaining them to a tree in the forest, he was captured near Truckee by a coalition of northern California law enforcement agencies and the FBI. Inmate Card was convicted at a jury trial and sentenced to death. However, in 1976 the California Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty statute violated the California Constitution and commuted the death sentences of Inmate Card and approximately 70 other inmates to life in prison. The statute was later updated to address the constitutional concerns of the California Supreme Court, but the commuted death sentences could not be reinstated.