To honor the legendary local hero Cotton Rosser, a model of the planned bronze statue of Rosser on horseback was unveiled Saturday during an event at the Gallery at Yuba Sutter Arts & Culture in Marysville.
Colusa resident and business owner Patrick Kittle has spent more than 45 days in hospitals or inpatient rehabilitation after being hospitalized in early September with COVID-19. On Monday, he shared his story and regret of not getting vaccinated during a media availability done over Zoom.
Households that have been impacted by extreme wind and public safety power shutoffs, could be eligible for the replacement of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/CalFresh benefits.
Mini monsters, ghosts and princesses gathered for a children’s Halloween costume contest and pumpkin decorating activities at the Yuba Sutter Marketplace on Saturday in Yuba City.
SACRAMENTO — In the burned-out town of Greenville, deep on a Plumas County mountainside, the storms now battering Northern California are another trauma in a year of heartbreak.
After two and a half years, a film produced by a Yuba-Sutter resident that features the Marysville High School track and field team has been completed and is now circling film festivals across the country.
Pfizer Inc. said the COVID shot it’s developed with BioNTech SE was 90.7% effective against symptomatic cases in young kids ages 5 to 11, according to a briefing document posted on the Food and Drug Administration website.
As part of an ongoing effort to secure funding for the design and construction of a new facility, the Yuba-Sutter Transit board of directors unanimously approved applying for a grant through the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) during a Thursday meeting.
Live Oak Unified School District approved during a board meeting Thursday the ESSER III expenditure plan, a proposal addressing how federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) would be allocated.
An Olivehurst man is headed to trial on charges of attempted murder, attempted robbery, assault with a semiautomatic rifle on a person, and being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm.
River Valley Community Bancorp, which owns River Valley Community Bank, announced Tuesday that the company’s board of directors approved a five-for-four split of the company’s common stock.
Because of cooler temperatures, higher humidity and winter weather, the burn suspension that has been put in place for Nevada, Yuba, Placer and Sierra counties will be lifted Monday at 8 a.m.
The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) awarded Health and Human Services of Yuba County a $73,000 grant to help educate parents and caregivers on how to properly secure children in a safety seat.
Four candidates running in the Dec. 7 Live Oak special election will answer questions from the community during a candidate forum on Tuesday at 6 p.m.
The Sutter County Sheriff’s Office asked the public’s help in locating a man suspected of stabbing a woman in the leg on Tuesday.
Five Northern California counties filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) for injuries and damages caused by the 2021 Dixie fire, according to a news release issued by Butte County.
Local students with physical, sensory, or hearing disabilities will participate in the 20th annual Adapted Physical Education (APE) Sports Day, an event designed for individuals with physical disabilities to participate in sports, today at California State University, Chico.
Earlier this month, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 107 into law expediting the process of relicensing for various professions and vocations for military spouses, according to a California Defense Communities Alliance news release.
Fifth graders at Twin Rivers Charter School in Yuba City brought the American Revolution to life on Wednesday as students dressed up and portrayed historical figures during a reenactment event.
On Wednesday, Caltrans announced a new Clean California pilot program that will give Adopt-a-Highway volunteers up to $250 for picking up highway litter.
Yuba City Council unanimously approved rescinding the Lincoln East Specific Plan (LESP) on Tuesday to reduce barriers to development.
Because of the transition to a 988 Suicide Prevention Lifeline nationally, callers in certain area codes, such as 530, will need to use 10-digit dialing beginning Sunday for local non-mobile calls.
The Yuba City man shot and killed in an apparent drive-by shooting on Sunday has been identified as Martin Garcia Salazar, 34, according to Sutter County Undersheriff Scott Smallwood.
The Marysville City Council voted 3-2 on Tuesday to table a discussion and action on a resolution related to commercial cannabis activity in the city for another meeting.
Police unions in America’s biggest cities are resisting COVID-19 vaccination mandates, placing the officers they represent at odds with their task of protecting residents.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared a broad path for millions more Americans to receive COVID-19 vaccine booster shots, as the nation looks to bolster its defenses and prevent another virus surge.
In the true spirit of Halloween, the Teegarden Event Center in Yuba City has been transformed into a proper haunted house meant to provide not only scares, but also some help for those in need.
Congress recently blocked the Pentagon from moving more than $1 billion that defense officials had wanted to use instead on programs they consider higher priorities. More than $500 million of the money was for a handful of weapons built by powerful contractors.
The Regional Emergency Shelter Team (REST) will host their 11th annual Luau fundraising dinner on Saturday, Nov. 6, to raise money to fund a cold weather shelter in the coming months.
After two COVID-19 deaths were reported Monday for the Yuba-Sutter area, two additional deaths were reported Tuesday by county officials, pushing the virus death toll in the region to 235 since the beginning of the pandemic.
On Tuesday, the Sutter County Health and Welfare Committee recommended a contract agreement that would provide contact tracing services to the county be placed on the next regular board of supervisors agenda for a vote, according to public information officer Chuck Smith.
An Olivehurst man was sentenced to six years in state prison on Thursday after pleading no contest to one count of continuous sexual abuse.
Yuba-Sutter Transit announced Tuesday that effective today, the commuter and midday schedules will not serve the bus stop at J and 11th Street in downtown Sacramento due to construction in the area, according to a news release.
Yuba County Superior Court Judge Julia Scrogin sentenced an Olivehurst man to six years in state prison on Monday after he previously pleaded no contest to continuous sexual abuse.
A site assessment is taking place this week in Yuba-Sutter to help shape the local Blue Zones Project effort being led by Adventist Health/Rideout.