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Bi-County Public Health Office Dr. Phuong Luu said it’s been promising to see more and more residents wearing facial coverings in public, though it’s going to take more than just staying vigilant while out and about to address the issue.

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A band of Yuba City teens calling themselves “Estilo Sagrado” (Sacred Style) have been battling it out on the EstrellaTV – a Spanish-language television network – on the  show “Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento.” Over the past eight months, they made it all the way to the show’s grand finale Wedn…

“The Yuba City Police Department does not support or tolerate the use of law enforcement symbols to deface property or intimidate people for their beliefs or support of other causes,” according to a news release issued by the department.

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Bi-County Public Health Officer Dr. Phuong Luu said Wednesday it is unclear how long it will take for the state to fix the electronic system glitch that caused a statewide undercount of positive COVID-19 cases.

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Nearly 80 percent of participants in an informal, online Appeal survey said they are either very concerned or moderately concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Some Yuba-Sutter election races have started to take shape as local candidates have filed their intent to run paperwork.

The Marysville City Council met Tuesday in a closed session to review a list of names of potential interim city managers and tonight (Thursday) it will meet again about the position.

A Marysville woman turned herself in at the Yuba City Police Department Wednesday after initially fleeing the scene of an accident where she allegedly hit and killed a pedestrian.

A local off-roading club is organizing a clean-up event later this month to remove vehicles that were abandoned in the river bottoms. 

Joe Biden will not accept his party’s presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee later this month because of concerns over the still-raging coronavirus pandemic, Democratic officials announced Wednesday.

America’s public colleges and universities are facing one of their toughest financial challenges ever as the economic collapse hammers state tax collections and tens of thousands of students opt to wait out the pandemic or study online.

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump frequently says there’s a difference between absentee voting, which he once called “good” in a tweet, and mail-in voting, which he has called “inaccurate and fraudulent.”

A statewide electronic system used to relay COVID-19 lab results to local public health departments stopped working properly sometime in late July and caused an undercounting of cases, according to a press release from Yuba-Sutter Health.

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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The end of the contract date for the Fifth Street Bridge Replacement Project has been extended to Aug. 21, according to Project Manager Mehrdad Varzandeh, due in part to a cement shortage.

After battling it out on the EstrellaTV (a Spanish-language television network) show “Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento,” for the past few months, the Yuba City-based band Estilo Sagrado will compete in the show’s finale tonight (Wednesday), starting at 8 p.m.

BEIRUT – A massive explosion at Lebanon’s main port rocked Beirut on Tuesday, overwhelming hospitals dealing with the injured and dying. The blast was so large it blew out windows across the capital and was even heard from Cyprus.

SAN JOSE – Four black bears have been hit by cars in Yosemite National Park over the last three weeks, leading rangers to urge motorists visiting the famed Sierra Nevada destination to slow down in a summer in which the human traffic has been cut in half because of the coronavirus.

WHITEWATER – Ash from the massive Apple fire was falling like snow as Jack Thompson was double-checking clearances around his home at the Whitewater Preserve, a canyon wilderness about 12 miles northwest of Palm Springs.

President Donald Trump’s support among Republicans and other conservative voters has begun to erode amid the continued coronavirus pandemic and its associated economic havoc, a new poll shows.

LOS ANGELES – Californians have spent $38 million and counting trying to tilt Senate contests across the nation, making the state one of the top sources of campaign contributions in races that will decide which party controls the body next year, according to campaign finance disclosures. Tha…

WASHINGTON – Weak environmental protections, safety rules and labor and civil rights protections may be cutting lives short in conservative states and deepening the divide between red and blue states, according to a new study on links between life expectancy and state policy.

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Bi-County Health Officer Dr. Phuong Luu highlighted once again the danger of large social gatherings and their contributions to the transmission of COVID-19 in the region.

Editor’s Note: Some four months ago, we asked an array of local leaders to give us their takes on the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on our communities. We’re circling back around and asking some of the same leaders and some others about how they see things as we head for the half-year po…

The Yuba County Board of Supervisors last week unanimously approved an employment agreement with Community Development and Services Agency Director Kevin Mallen to become the next county administrator, replacing retiring CAO Robert Bendorf, according to a news release from the county.

An Olivehurst man who pleaded no contest to charges of sexual penetration by force or fear, domestic violence and resisting arrest or threatening an officer was sentenced to four years and eight months in state prison.

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…