Talk Back: Car dealerships; Walmart suit; casino land; cellphones
Geweke Kia and John L. Sullivan Dodge/Chrysler are relocating, leaving Marysville without a new car dealership.
Well it leaves more room for city, county, and social service offices. I'm sure they will work a free clinic in the somewhere.
— Ryan Carns
If they were to build a Hwy 70 northbound bypass it would pretty much make Marysville a ghost town. A shame that small historic towns are taking a economic beating.
— Mitch Meade
Bang, bang, bang ... (The sound of two more nails pounded into the coffin that is Marysville)
— Brad VanBibber
Marysville is a sinking ship. What can we say? Hopefully some forward thinking, innovative leadership can lead change for the town. Current leadership is the good ol boys. When leaders of marysville don't care, this is the result. Forget downtown marysville and start thinking of the bigger picture. Marysville should be trying to attractive a large manufacturer or something ... or at least TRY.
— Stacy Keenan
An Olivehurst woman is suing Walmart after buying a tomato from the retailer that cracked one of her teeth, which led her to lose 50 pounds from only consuming liquids.
Pay $2.48 to lose 50 pounds? Where do I sign up?
— Craig Bommarito
Sounds like a bunch of crap to me just another person trying to get money from a company she knows has money.
— Mattie Brown
Someone in Olivehurst would complain about a cracked tooth! Considering half the people that live there don't even have teeth.
— Kristen Waters
The US Department of the Interior has approved the placing of the Enterprise Rancheria casino project.
Why would anyone NOT want this? More jobs. More revenue. Please don't tell me it will "bring crime" to the area. That arguement is weak considering there is PLENTY of crime already here. If anything, it will help out with the 20%+ unemployment rate and perhaps bring in some additional business to the area.
— Jason Spedding
Reservation shopping at its finest! And don't give me this job creation bologna! What job do you want? Card dealer or room cleaner? Unless you will specifically take one of these minimum wage jobs don't say the casino is a good thing because it brings jobs.
— Ben Herrington
Police plan to crack down more on drivers using cellphones.
Why don't we ban passengers and radios from all vehicles too? Those seem to be more distracting to driver's than cellphones.
— Dawn Calacal-Anderson
I think the fine should be $700 for a first offense. Too many people do not take this law serious.
— Janice Hamilton