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The Covid-19 pandemic, and what is thought of as the new norm, certainly has affected almost every aspect of our daily life. As a photography and art teacher in Yuba county I have see first hand the effect it has had on students. Some positive and some not so positive. Regardless how each st…

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This week’s Pet of the Week is Cassius.  Cassius is a beautiful 2 year old long-haired male tabby.  He has a personality to match his sweet face. Calm and loving, he would enjoy a kind and affectionate family who enjoyed grooming and spoiling him.

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Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “You must do the things you think you cannot do.” Avoiding disease may be the gift of lucky genetics, but it helps to put some work into managing your chances for health and longevity. 

Yuba River Endowment Board Members presented Wheatland 4-H Club Leaders with a $2,800 donation. The funds will reimburse the $100 enrollment fee for their 14 current members, and support the Club with an additional $1400 towards special projects and expenses.

This week’s Pet of the Week is Ezzie.  Ezzie is a pretty one year old black kitty.  Ezzie is a loving and demure girl who is ready to leave her exciting past behind.  An untreated leg injury as a kitten has given her a unique way of walking, as well as an appreciation for an easy going life.…

The American College of Cardiology has recognized Adventist Health and Rideout for its demonstrated expertise and commitment in treating patients with chest pain. Adventist Health and Rideout was awarded Chest Pain Center Accreditation with Primary PCI based on rigorous onsite evaluation of …

Adventist Health/Rideout earned the 2020 “Get With The Guidelines – Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award” and qualified for recognition on the “Target: Stroke Elite Honor Roll,” according to a news release from the American Heart Association.

DEAR ABBY: I have an extensive history of childhood trauma. I was sexually abused by my stepfather for 15 years. When I turned him in, my family turned their backs on me. I was told it could have been handled within the family, and they blamed me for acting “sexy.” My stepfather spent 10 yea…

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DEAR ABBY: Last week I was out with my family of 13 for dinner. My sister-in-law was sitting relaxed in her chair, stretching her back and extending her stomach. The waiter came over and, trying to make small talk, asked her, “What’s the occasion? Are you pregnant?” My sister-in-law isn’t pr…

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DEAR ABBY: I have a guy friend who goes from girl to girl constantly. People talk about what a player he is and say he doesn’t really like the women he’s dating. He has been called desperate – among other things. None of this ever gets to him. Even though we are just close friends, he has ev…

Anna L. Wehrly of Marysville made the dean’s honor roll at the University of Wyoming.

This week’s Pet of the Week is Daisy. Daisy is a playful two-year-old spayed lab mix. Daisy warms up to people quickly and loves to cuddle and hang out. She walks well on leash and does well with children. She has a bubbly personality and would love a yard to play in.

DEAR ABBY: Several years ago, I was diagnosed with a rare illness called Wegener’s granulomatosis. Because of the way this illness has affected me, I have a hoarse, raspy voice and probably will the rest of my life. 

Thanks to Wheatland 4-H Community Club Leader Johanna Lassaga and her family for hosting October’s meeting in their barn. The meeting welcomed new members, shared member participation in local events, and available projects for the upcoming year. The highlight of the evening was a hayride an…

YUBA CITY – When the Sutter-Yuba community needed the best technology to detect breast cancer, the Geweke family took charge in 2016 and donated $50,000 for the area’s first 3D tomography machine at Sutter Imaging in Yuba City. The community demand was so great for the state-of-the-art techn…

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity, to celebrate the birth of Jesus through Indian music, dance, and FOOD - and you don’t have to travel to India!  Our Punjabi congregation will bring India to our Fellowship Hall on Saturday, Dec. 1st at 6 p.m.