Talk Back: Brawl at Sikh Temple; Humvee; elections
A brawl erupted on Saturday night outside the Tierra Buena Sikh Temple in Yuba City.
This is sad, the temple is supposed to be a peaceful place ... so sad all the violence around it..hope this gets resolved fast!
— Sonya Escobar
Wow. What are you fighting over? Ego has no place in the temple. Shame Shame
— Bill E Joel
Sounds like typical American politics.
— Sue Alexander
All this started since the new committee been in this temple about 3-4yrs ago! They think they own and rule this place where we go to pray and be peaceful! They need to wake up and look in the mirror cause no one owns Gods Place!
— Manjeet Shanker
This kind of violent act is totally unacceptable in Sikhism. These people have disgraced our entire community.
— Tejinder S Bhullar
This is so frustrating ... can't think of one place on globe where there is peace ... God help us all.
— Parminder Takhar
So one week ago they we're all about peace and know they are killing each other!!! Talk about hypocrisy and I only mean about these folks not everyone.
— Alex Cortez
Marysville police recently acquired a Humvee.
I am glad to see that Marysvile PD finlly got a patrol car that can handle all the pot holes in thier streets.
— Tony Stam
You people complaining are too short sighted. This vehicle will be a great prevention tool for MPD. Imagine this thing showing up at schools for Red Ribbon Week or some other assembly. Especially K-7. Kids love military vehicles. They make a great attention getter and kids are more receptive to the message delivered. P
— Joe Barker
I'm sure soon some Prius freak is going to comment complaining about the fuel consumption of their new vehicle.
— Steven Amanda Nieschulz
Kash Gill and John Dukes were elected to the Yuba City City Council on Tuesday.
What has this world come to?
— Justin Rankin
Although Todd Remund finished last, I would like to say, "Well done Todd!" It is most refreshing when our younger generation takes an active step to try to become involved in our community.
— Virginia Koziol
Ricky Samayoa was elected mayor of Marysville.
For his sake, I hope Mr. Samoyoa can change things as quickly and thoroughly as he wants. I think he'll find that he's one person in a government of many.
— Scott Garrett