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Yuba City resident Robert Osborne said he has fond memories of when his father brought him home from the hospital in his 1965 Cadillac Coupe deVille -- a car that was three years old when he was born. 

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The Yuba City Police Department arrested a Yuba City man last week for allegedly sexually assaulting two minors 12 years ago while the man lived with the family of the victims.

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Members of the Protect Our South Sutter Environment (POSSE) are raising concerns over a recent truck yard study conducted on behalf of Sutter County meant to look at the operational effects of truck yards — both current and proposed — in south Sutter County.

The Pacific Gas and Electric Company is encouraging Californians thinking of starting projects that require digging to call 811 first to ensure underground utility lines are marked in advance.

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Live Oak resident Damian Wagner is a college student taking classes online. He went from table to table with Micah Henry, of Live Oak, at the Yuba-Sutter Job Fair on Thursday. Henry said he has a job but was there to support Wagner in his search. After stopping at a few tables, Wagner said n…

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While COVID-19 case numbers have improved since the winter season in the Yuba-Sutter area, case counts continue to fluctuate, according Dr. Homer Rice, director of Yuba County Public Health.

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The Yuba City-based band Cadillac Ride is gearing up to play their first show next week after the COVID-19 pandemic halted most live performances for the better part of the last 12 months.

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In an effort to collect items for victims of human trafficking and raise awareness about the issue, Soroptimist International of Marysville-Yuba City hosted a Mission Restoration Supply Drive on Wednesday in Yuba City.

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Pepsi Beverages Company donated 9,600 bottles of water to the Yuba County Office of Education to help keep students hydrated through the end of the school year.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently took action to provide $1 billion per month in additional food assistance to an estimated 25 million people in very low-income households participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

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WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden, anticipating intense negotiations with Congress over his infrastructure and jobs plan, said Wednesday that he was willing to compromise but would not slow his push for one of the most bold and expensive proposals in recent years.

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Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Tuesday that California will move away from its tier system on June 15 and fully reopen the state’s economy.

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The outer structure of the new Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints facility in Yuba City is taking shape as crews continue to piece together what will become the Feather River California Temple.

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Colusa County advanced to the orange, moderately restrictive tier of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy system last week, allowing more businesses to reopen and increased capacities and operations for those already open.

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The National Weather Service Sacramento announced a “SafePlaceSelfie Day” campaign planned for today meant to encourage organizations and the public to know where their safe locations are when hazardous weather threatens.

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In keeping with the spirit of the holiday, a community tradition was brought back to life on Saturday as several Easter egg hunts were held around Colusa County.

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LOS ANGELES – California is aiming to fully reopen its economy June 15 – the clearest end date eyed for restrictions that have besieged businesses and upended daily life throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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WASHINGTON – Earmarks appeared less likely to find their way into President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure proposal after White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Monday that states and localities will have to apply for pieces of the funding from the plan.