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The Saturday Farmer’s Market was back and better than ever, Market Manager Desiree Silva said. 

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During these uncertain times brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, hard-working individuals need to be supported and cherished. 

The following events have been reported to us by organizers or have been taken from websites. As far as we know, these events are still set to continue as planned. Events that have been canceled or postponed will be marked as such. If an event has been canceled due to the coronavirus, please…

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Memorial Day will serve as the long-awaited soft opening for the local military museum.

The $83.6 million Simmerly Slough Bridge replacement project along Highway 70 is more than halfway done and significantly ahead of schedule, according to the California Department of Transportation.

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SYRCL, safety cohort urges safety along Yuba River during holiday weekend

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The city of Marysville hosted a video conference Tuesday with local leaders and business owners to discuss coming up with a COVID-19 playbook for how small businesses can survive given the challenges of the pandemic.

Bi-County Health Officer Dr. Phuong Luu addressed mental and behavioral health during her Friday briefing, citing a 50 percent increase in visits to the emergency room for crisis psychiatric care.

Local law enforcement officials are unhappy with an emergency order temporarily setting cash bail at $0 for misdemeanors and non-violent felonies. The order was put into effect last month by the Judicial Council of California in an effort to keep jail capacities down to limit the spread of t…

The Yuba-Sutter area’s COVID-19 count Thursday remained unchanged at 68 confirmed cases for the third day in a row, while the number of people who have recovered from the virus increased by two cases.

Jurors began deliberating late Thursday afternoon in the trial of a Marysville man charged with continuous sexual abuse of a minor.

The following events have been reported to us by organizers or have been taken from websites. As far as we know, these events are still set to continue as planned. Events that have been canceled or postponed will be marked as such. If an event has been canceled due to the coronavirus, please…

The following events have been reported to us by organizers or have been taken from websites. As far as we know, these events are still set to continue as planned. Events that have been canceled or postponed will be marked as such. If an event has been canceled due to the coronavirus, please…

The City of Marysville will be applying for a $450,000 Community Development Block Grant available under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, that if awarded would go toward supporting businesses and property owners.

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 A certified farmers market opened for business on Wednesday outside Sutter County Museum for the first time, allowing people to get out, enjoy some fresh air and the sweet aroma of fresh, local produce. 

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Some of the Yuba-Sutter area’s biggest annual events have been canceled due to the COVID-19 situation, though some could still happen, depending on what the next few weeks hold.

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A search warrant served by the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office and the Special Enforcement Detail Team at a residence in the 6650 block of Sawtelle Ave., Yuba City, led to the arrest of a Live Oak man on drug and weapons charges.

The jury trial of a Marysville man charged with continuous sexual abuse of a minor resumed in Yuba County Superior Court Tuesday, two months after it began.

Rock blasting operations are scheduled to take place today (Wednesday) on the State Highway 20 project in the Timbuctoo area, according to a press release from Caltrans.

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Marysville City Council member Stephanie McKenzie has encouraged business owners and residents to attend a rally in support of reopening Northern California businesses later this week. In some cases, that might run counter to orders from the governor’s office and/or local health officials.

Colusa County Public Health is set to receive 1,000 free reusable face shields, thanks to a regional collaboration between four area public health departments, including California State University, Chico and the Chico-based digital fabrication facility Idea Fab Labs, according to a news rel…

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As the medical field continues to fight the coronavirus, the industry has started reopening for other patients. Locally, dental offices, chiropractors, visits to primary care physicians and elective surgeries are permitted under guidelines from the state.

Labor negotiators have been going on with Sutter County officials for nearly a year over a new contract for probation, general, supervisory and professional employees. They struck a tentative deal in March, and then the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. 

Two more cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Yuba-Sutter on Monday. There have been a total of 68 cases, 40 from Sutter County and 28 from Yuba County.

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The Yuba-Sutter Economic Development Corporation is extending the deadline for businesses to apply to receive funds from the small business loan program set up by the city of Marysville, according to EDC President Brynda Stranix.