Briefs: Beale rock crusher going on Internet auction
A portable rock crusher used to help maintain roads and for other purposes at Beale Air Force Base will be put up for public auction online on Wednesday.
The crusher, which was built in 1995, is still in good condition but would have to be modified for use in California, according to a press release from Government Liquidation, which is the auction site for the Department of Defense.
A starting bid of $150 is set for the auction, which will go from 9 a.m. Wednesday to 2 p.m. Friday. The website for the auction is at tinyurl.com/ajekngl.
A-D wants to hear about love stories
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and the Appeal-Democrat is looking for couples with unusual or interesting love stories.
For example, we'd like to interview a local couple married for more than 60 years, a married couple who met via the Internet or anybody with an unusual story.
If you live in the Mid-Valley and would like to share your love story, contact City Editor Eric Vodden at 749-4769 or evodden@appeal democrat.com.
Yuba-Sutter food distributions in late February
Distribution dates are scheduled this month for the US Department of Agriculture food distribution coordinated by the Yuba-Sutter Gleaners Food Bank.
Dates and places include:
Feb. 18 — Yuba City Moose Lodge, 205 S. Walton Ave.
Feb. 22 — Veterans of Foreign Wars hall, 4956 Powerline Road, Olivehurst.
Feb. 25 — Y-S Gleaners Warehouse, 760 Stafford Way; and Richland Housing, Hans Miller Building, 420 Miles Ave., both in Yuba City.
Feb. 26 — Wheatland Harvest Church, 602 Fourth St., Wheatland; Sutter Youth Organization, 7740 Butte House Road, Sutter; and South Sutter Recreation Association building on Palm Street, East Nicolaus.
Feb. 27 — Live Oak Community Center, 10200 O St.
Feb. 28 — American Legion Post 807 hall, 5477 Feather River Blvd., Linda; and the First Presbyterian Church, Sampson Street and Rideout Way, Marysville.
Recipients must have valid identification. For times and more information, call 673-3834.